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The Beatles' First is the first British packaging of the 1962 German album by Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers called My Bonnie. It was recorded in Hamburg in 1961. It has been released in 1964, 1967 and 2004. On 4 August 1967, Polydor officially released the album in the UK, but with a different sleeve and catalogue number (236-201).

The Beatles - No Obvious Title - First Amendment MP3 version. A1. Nowhere Man. A2. No Pakistanis. A3. What A Shame Mary Jane Had A Pain At The Party.

It is a documentary double album featuring interviews, press conferences, snippets of original or orchestral versions of Beatles songs with voice-overs

The Beatles is a 1968 album by the band of the same name, The Beatles. Its cover included no photographs, but was a simple white jacket, with the band's name die-stamped onto the paper. Early copies also included a serial number. The plain white cover led fans and listeners to call the record the "White Album". In time, even the band and their company, Apple Corps, began to use this name.

Ten of the album's fourteen tracks were recorded in just one day - 11th February, 1963. These included a mixture of stage favourites and "Lennon-McCartney originals". The four remaining songs had been committed to tape in 1962 having formed the B-side of their debut release and both sides of their second single.

The Beatles/White Album - the ninth album. Overall 9/10 - I really like this album, it’s different but yet has the same glowing Beatles sound attached. It also has my personal favourite Beatles song ‘Hey Jude’ on it so it ranks high. Yellow Submarine - the tenth album. Overall 6/10 - not really a fan of this album. It does have some high points (the title song and ‘All You Need Is Love’) but if you skip over this one it won’t do you any harm. Abbey Road - the eleventh album.

Every Beatles album has been remastered in stereo, but the first pressings were made in mono, except for the band's first release, "Please Please Me," and its last two releases, "Abbey Road" and "Let It B. Read the date on which the record was made. The date of manufacture is on both the record and the sleeve. Educate yourself about the release dates of each album and look for these dates on the record  . The first printing misspelled the song title "You Really Got a Hold on Me" as "You Really Gotta Hold on M. Look at the Matrix numbers on "Rubber Soul" and "Revolver. Matrix numbers are the numbers printed on the record at the bottom or top of the label.

A convicted debater could plausibly make the case that the Beatles aren’t the best rock band ever. What no one could reasonably argue, however, is that any other rock band has had its existence more closely dissected and analyzed. There are books - thick ones - devoted to tracking each day in the band’s brief existence, and the band’s recording archives have been almost as exhaustively picked over. In the decades since the band’s demise, Beatlemaniacs have been given three Anthology sets, two BBC albums, Let It Be alternate versions, and a Hollywood Bowl live album

Help! is The Beatles' fifth studio album and the soundtrack to their second feature length film. The 14-track record includes 10 Lennon-McCartney numbers, 2 from George, and 2 covers ( Act Naturally and Dizzy Miss Lizzy ) – a steady improvement from the cover-padded Beatles For Sale. Starting with the title song, the album offers moments of compositional and lyrically foreshadowing into a much more sophisticated and adventurous musical territory, which the group immediately began exploring with Rubber Soul


Nowhere Man
No Pakistanis
What A Shame Mary Jane Had A Pain At The Party
All My Loving
The Walk
Teddy Boy
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Besame Mucho
You Really Got A Hold On Me
Do You Want To Know A Secret
Medley: Love Me Do - Please Please Me - From Me To You - She Loves You - I Want To Hold Your Hand
White Power Promenade
Those Were The Days
You Can't Do That
A Hard Day's Night


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZAP 7853 The Beatles No Obvious Title - First Amendment ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial) Ze Anonym Plattenspieler ZAP 7853 Netherlands Unknown
ZAP 7853 The Beatles No Obvious Title - First Amendment ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial) Ze Anonym Plattenspieler ZAP 7853 Netherlands Unknown
The Beatles - No Obvious Title - First Amendment FLAC album
No Obvious Title - First Amendment
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1376 mb
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1457 mb
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1310 mb
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