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  • Please Please Me

    0 0%
  • A Hard Day's Night

    0 0%
  • Help!

    0 0%
  • Rubber Soul

    4 19.05%
  • Revolver

    5 23.81%
  • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    2 9.52%
  • Magical Mystery Tour

    0 0%
  • The White Album

    5 23.81%
  • Abbey Road

    4 19.05%
  • Let It Be

    1 4.76%
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    The White Album imo is the Beatles best album (and one of the greatist albums ever!). Paul McCartney is such an amazing musician no matter what instument he plays. I Will and Mother Nature's Son kick the shit out of his more popular songs like Hey Jude and Let It Be. As mentioned George Martin is an amazing producer and is pretty much "the 5th Beatle."

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    I love The Beatles. Yesterday I've bought the "live at the BBC" 2CD-SET russian edition

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    Default Capitol Boxes Up More Beatles Albums

    from www.billboard.com:

    Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.
    Capitol Records will on April 11 release the Beatles' "Capitol Albums Volume 2," the companion to a 2004 collection that featured the group's first four U.S. album releases. The new edition sports "The Early Beatles," "Beatles VI," the "Help!" soundtrack and the American pressing of "Rubber Soul," all of which were originally released in 1965.

    As with the first boxed set, each track is presented in both stereo and mono mixes. Out of the 92 individual tracks, 82 are appearing here in versions previously unreleased on CD. Each album is housed in a sleeve replicating its original LP artwork.

    "The Early Beatles" boasts the stereo debut of such favorites as "Twist and Shout," "Please Please Me" and "A Taste of Honey," as well as the first CD appearances of 1963 simulated stereo mixes of "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You." This is the lone album represented in the box that did not reach No. 1 on the Billboard album chart, peaking at No. 43.

    "Beatles VI" offers the CD stereo debut of five tracks and the mono debut of four others, plus the first release of Capitol's duophonic mix of "Yes It Is." The "Help!" soundtrack includes five instrumentals from the film, plus five of George Martin's original 1965 stereo mixes. "Rubber Soul" also offers the first CD appearance of Martin's 1965 stereo mixes.

    The release of the new box is timed to coincide with the 41st anniversary of the Beatles' reign over the top five slots on the Billboard pop singles chart with "Can't Buy Me Love," "Twist and Shout," "She Loves You," "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "Please Please Me."


    Here is the track list for "Capitol Albums Volume 2":

    "The Early Beatles":
    "Love Me Do"
    "Twist and Shout"
    "Anna"
    "Chains"
    "Boys"
    "Ask My Why"
    "Please Please Me"
    "P.S. I Love You"
    "Baby It's You"
    "A Taste of Honey"
    "Do You Want To Know a Secret"

    "Beatles VI":
    "Kansas City"
    "Eight Days a Week"
    "You Like Me Too Much"
    "Bad Boy"
    "I Don't Want To Spoil the Party"
    "Words of Love"
    "What You're Doing"
    "Yes It Is"
    "Dizzy Miss Lizzie"
    "Tell Me What You See"
    "Every Little Thing"

    "Help!":
    "Help!"
    "The Night Before"
    "From Me to You Fantasy" (instrumental)
    "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away"
    "I Need You"
    "In the Tyrol" (instrumental)
    "Another Girl"
    "Another Hard Day's Night" (instrumental)
    "Ticket To Ride"
    "The Bitter End / You Can't Do That" (instrumental)
    "You're Gonna Lose That Girl"
    "The Chase" (instrumental)

    "Rubber Soul":
    "I've Just Seen a Face"
    "Norwegian Wood"
    "You Won't See Me"
    "Think for Yourself"
    "The Word"
    "Michelle"
    "It's Only Love"
    "Girl"
    "I'm Looking Through You"
    "In My Life"
    "Wait"
    "Run for Your Life"


    Anyone get the first set? I don't know how much interest I have in the early albums - but the run from Help!-Revolver is interesting to me (well, maybe not so much Revolver as I don't think there are any differences and I can just delete the three songs that weren't on the American release to recreate it.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockGod5150
    i love the beatles i think there a great band.i know how to play the intro to day tripper which i think sounds really cool.i was wondering if anyone else here likes the beatles????
    I think the Beatles are the most universally liked band ever.

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    Default I'm in!!!

    "To the topermost of the poppermost!"

    Just got done reading the new bio, just called the Beatles. Its gotten alot of flak for some inaccuracies, but I think its my fave on yet (and Ive read most of em). Check it out!

    Also, the DVD set of Anthology is just spectacular....

    Just two of our boys left now

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    Beatles will release new album to mark opening of Las Vegas extravaganza
    By Hugh Davies
    (Filed: 10/04/2006)

    An album by the Beatles featuring "completely new music" is in production and will be released to coincide with the first authorised theatrical show of the group's work.

    The Beatles ‘did with words what Cirque de Soliel do with images’
    After decades of wariness about how to handle their hit legacy on stage, a summer opening in Las Vegas is planned for the extravaganza, with the acrobats of the Cirque du Soleil interpreting the songs.

    Neil Aspinall, the head of Apple Corps, the Beatles' record label, said the show was an ambitious project with "a huge investment". "It involves the creation, by the re-mixing and re-mastering of the Beatles' recorded performances, of completely new music, which will be featured in the show, and which should lead to the release of the show album." The producers will have the pick of the Beatles' catalogue, which has long been protected.

    Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the surviving members of the group, are helping to shape the production, but will not appear on stage.

    Sir George Martin, the producer of the Beatles' records, is overseeing the music. He said that after spending "40 years of my life" working with the Beatles, he was thrilled to be involved in what he imagined would be "a unique and magical experience".

    However, care is being taken not to make the show a nostalgic run through of the band's number ones, but to reflect their "uniqueness" as a rock phenomenon. The project was initially the idea of George Harrison two years before his death from cancer in 2001. He met Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque, at a party and, after an impromptu rock jam, they became friends. Harrison then saw the Cirque show "O", and became excited about a joint stage production.

    Laliberte, originally a fire-breathing street performer, said that the Beatles "did with words what we do with images". In the theatre he wanted to mix the magic of his acrobats with the "spirit and passion" of the band to create a "single statement of delight".

    The 90-minute show, at the Mirage on the Las Vegas Strip, will be a homecoming of sorts. The band was paid £15,000, with no percentage of the gross, for their last visit, during their 1964 US tour. They performed twice at the Las Vegas convention centre, on a bill with The Righteous Brothers and Jackie De Shannon.

    Now, their music is back, with the production set for a casino with a volcano that belches fire every 15 minutes after dark. But Apple Corps, formed in 1968 to manage the creative affairs of the band, is keen to avoid tackiness.

    The company has long refused offers of stage productions. However, this deal was considered too good an opportunity to pass up, with punters willing to pay £143 per ticket for a show.

    The producers will have access to unreleased archival material, including 200 hours of recorded conversations between the Beatles in the recording studio.

    Mamma Mia, based on the songs of Abba, is already playing in Las Vegas, as is the Queen musical, We Will Rock You.
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    The Beatles - Rooftop Expedition 1969

    The Beatles and the famous gig on the rooftop of the Apple offices in 1969, where the police ended up stopping the gig.

    Tracklist:
    1.Get Back version 1
    2.Get back version 2
    3.Don't Let Me Down version 1
    4.I've Got a Feeling version 1
    5.The One After 909
    6.Dig a Pony
    7.I've Got a Feeling version 2
    8.Don't Let Me Down version 2
    9.Get Back version 3
    10.Rocker
    11.Save The Last Dance
    12.Don't Let Me Down version 3
    13.Dig a Pony version 2
    14.I've Got a Feeling version 3

    http://storeandserve.com/download/17..._roof.zip.html
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    "Watch what people are cynical about, and one can often discover what they lack.” -- Gen. George S. Patton

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    Rubber Soul
    Revolver
    Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    White Album
    Abbey Road

    Arguably the greatest run of Album releases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombattt
    Rubber Soul
    Revolver
    Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    White Album
    Abbey Road

    Arguably the greatest run of Album releases.
    Magical Mystery Tour was released in between Sgt. Peppers and White album

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    Magical Mystery Tour is one of my favorite albums.

    I love the Beatles so much, I have two Beatle replica Rickenbackers that I love to play.
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    The Pilgrims/Americans/Somersets whatever you want to call them, have NEVER displayed "SOX" anywhere on their caps, jerseys, or merchandise, therefore they shouldn't be referred to as such. However, the White Sox have used "SOX" since 1912.

    The SOX are in Chicago...we just allow the Pilgrims/Americans/Somersets to use the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheInside1985
    Magical Mystery Tour was released in between Sgt. Peppers and White album

    Oops, Your right....still wouldn't change my original statement though.

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    I love this:

    A few years back an interviewer asked Ringo where he ranked himself among other drummers, his response after thinking a sec:

    "Greatest Rock Drummer Ever"

    Gotta love Ringo!!

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