PedroEB

The Beatles PedroEB

2020年9月4日
I just don't understand why the early US releases are listed as albums when they are obviously compilations.
skuncle

The Beatles skuncle

2020年9月16日
Because at the time, those were the official albums from Capitol in the US.
gmantoheman

The Beatles gmantoheman

2020年8月23日
編集 3 months ago
Hi. My Help! LP has the following matrix on each side:

Side A: XEX 549-2 AGG
Side B: XEX 550-2 AGR 18

PMC 1255 PCS 3071 is the code on the cover and LP centre label, but I could not find the above matrixes in any of the Discogs listings. Please help.
AllNightLong1966

The Beatles as reviewed by AllNightLong1966

2020年8月3日
編集 3 months ago
As The Beatles, the quartet of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr forever changed the face of pop music. Shortly after the group's lineup solidified in 1961, a series of wildly successful singles made them superstars, and in the mid-'60s Beatlemania swept the globe. The rest of the decade was defined by fearless experimentation, musical reinvention, and visionary recordings. Years after their 1970 breakup, The Beatles continue to be a keystone influence on countless artists. This selection of unforgettable songs—now highlighting some of the most revelatory tracks from the new super deluxe White Album collection—offers an introduction to the band's towering legacy for new listeners, and an opportunity for longtime fans to fall in love with them all over again.

The Beatles were such pop perfectionists that nearly everything they touched turned to gold; even the lesser-known gems of their catalog bested many bands' biggest songs. Dive in and check out some selections from the new super deluxe White Album with this playlist.

Underneath all that pop perfection, The Beatles boast an emotional range that is nothing short of sweeping. They could be blissful, dour, even downright ferocious. The clanging “You Can't Do That” boasts one of John Lennon's angriest vocals, while on the flipside, George Harrison's acoustic demo of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” proves more delicate than its electric counterpart.
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

The Beatles MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

2020年6月2日
Hi

Looking for the best of or anthology on cd which must contain Strawberry fields... Any suggestions please? ;)
elycwest

The Beatles elycwest

2020年10月6日
Anthology 2 has it so that could work for you
joshua.gamma

The Beatles joshua.gamma

2020年8月18日
Hello! This is the link to the CD version of the 1967–1970 best of the other two commenters referred to: https://www.discogs.com/The-Beatles-1967-1970/release/5903261
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

The Beatles MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

2020年6月10日
Could you send a link as want this on cd thanks ;)
motley101

The Beatles motley101

2020年6月9日
Definitely the 1967-1970 blue 2lp. A great collection of songs
MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

The Beatles MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

2020年6月3日
Have you got a link to it so I know for sure which one it is. Thanks ;)
AtomicSodaa

The Beatles AtomicSodaa

2020年6月2日
Beatles 1967-70 its a two disc best of their later years.
dedindi

The Beatles dedindi

2020年5月13日
The Beatles were so fond of Picardy cadence that their A Hard Day's Night contains as many as three songs in which a minor chord is unexpectedly replaced by a major one.
In Things We Said Today and I'll Be Back, the A major chord is heard at the end of each verse although both songs are set in A minor key. In And I Love Her, Picardy third is applied at the very end when at 2:24 the D major chord replaces the expected D minor with which the verse began.
Another famous The Beatles song with Picardy third is A Day in the Life that closes Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The song, set in the key of E minor, ends with a thunderous E major chord played by John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, and Mal Evans on three separate pianos at the same time.
https://musictales.club/article/picardy-third-cadence-happy-ending-classical-music-and-popular-songs
orlando928279135

The Beatles orlando928279135

2020年4月11日
The BEST GROUP of ROCK & ROLL of The PLANET EARTH
gerardtony

The Beatles gerardtony

2020年2月19日
I am buying 1988 Beatles Albums , but twice the sellers send me the wrong albums.
Don,t the no what the are selling.
I see albums 1988 Beatles on site that are wrong placed.
pardy77

The Beatles pardy77

2020年8月15日
i used to have this problem. paypal protect you not discogs so get returns sorted out through them. happy and safe buying
dustersinc

The Beatles dustersinc

2020年4月12日
Yes, I agree. These days, I always contact the seller before hand to verify if it's the correct edition before buying.
jetthroe

The Beatles jetthroe

2020年3月5日
I have stopped buying records now as it is too hard to get a refund.Most sellers haven't got a clue
Otaridan

The Beatles Otaridan

2019年1月27日
On the covers of Beatles’ 65 and The Beatles’ Greatest there is an ad for 4 Beatle albums
and this The Beatles’ Beat is one of them and below its picture is the catalogue number
(ST) 0 83 692 which indicates both a mono and stereo version. Has anyone ever seen the stereo white red and gold label stereo version?
Fascher

The Beatles Fascher

2019年12月23日
Hi,

I'm from Germany and a longtime Beatles Fan.
These ads were made in 1965 by the german EMI branch Electrola in a bit of a hurry for a planned, but never realised Stereoversion of this LP. It's a fact, that the first Stereo edition was not available in the shops under that title and in this cover design before 1969, this time it was released on the then new light blue Odeon label with its logo in the new "boxed" EMI-style with a new catalogue number, that matched the 1969 introduced EEC numbering sytem, beginning with a 1C as a prefix, used with european EMI pressing in most of its member countries thoughout the late 1960s and then ongoing in the 70s and 80s, untill the early 90s.
ELECTROLA however, did make a STEREO masterlaquer for this compilation back in 1965, but for using it with a line of record club releases at the time and way into the 1980s containing the same track list, but under different names and in different covers, e.g. "AND NOW THE BEATLES". So don't look any further, this record simply is a myth, that doesn't exist, nor has it ever existed outside the sleevebacksides of other german Beatles releases.