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 1 (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 is a compilation album by The Beatles that features every number 1 hit single released by the band from 1962 to 1970.
The song reached #1 in the U.K. for 3 weeks on July 23, 1964 and was #1 for 2 weeks in the U.S. on August 1, 1964.
Released on October 31, 1969 in the U.K., and on October 6 in the U.S. It reached #1 for 1 week in the U.S. on November 29, 1969. /wiki/1_(album)   (1099 words)

 The Beatles (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two compilations of Beatles material, released in 1973 as The Beatles 1962-1966 and The Beatles 1967-1970, are often referred to as "The Red Album" and "The Blue Album" respectively, with reference to their colour scheme.
Beatles albums after The Beatles occasionally had mono pressings in certain countries, but these editions – of Yellow Submarine, Let It Be, and Abbey Road– were always mono fold-downs from the regular stereo mixes.
The album was released at the height of the Beatles' popularity, and is often hailed as one of the major accomplishments in popular music. /wiki/The_Beatles_(album)   (1590 words)

 The Beatles: The Beatles 1
The Beatles produced a number of great singles but to ignore their albums (and those tracks that didn’t make number 1) is to miss the impact these essential singles had the world over.
The packaging is superior to most of the other Beatles CD reissues.
Listening to 1 is very much akin to scanning the night skies with a telescope while you may get a sharper more focused look at one particularly object you also manage to miss the majesty of the heavens. /magazine2/beatles1.htm   (861 words)

 Beatles VI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: History of the Beatles - Paul is Dead rumours - Beatlesque- Beatlemania- British Invasion- Classic rock era
Beatles VI was The Beatles sixth (technically seventh, including The Beatles' Story) American release on Capitol Records, but ninth album for that market in less than one and a half years (the first American release was Vee-Jay 's Introducing...
Beatles VI includes the remaining six tracks left off Beatles '65 from Beatles for Sale. /wiki/Beatles_VI   (861 words) : The Beatles : Biography
When the Beatles premiered their hippie anthem "All You Need Is Love" as part of a worldwide TV broadcast, they had been truly anointed as spokespersons for their generation (a role they had not actively sought), and it seemed they could do no wrong.
The Beatles hadn't fully developed at this point, and these recordings -- many of which (including a couple of Sheridan-less tracks) were issued only after the band's rise to fame -- found their talents in a most embryonic state.
Relentlessly imaginative and experimental, the Beatles grabbed a hold of the international mass consciousness in 1964 and never let go for the next six years, always staying ahead of the pack in terms of creativity but never losing their ability to communicate their increasingly sophisticated ideas to a mass audience. /artists/az/beatles/bio.jhtml   (4562 words)

 The Beatles - Wikimedia Commons
The Beatles were the most influential and successful popular music group of the rock era. /wiki/The_Beatles   (42 words)

 Open Directory - Arts: Music: Bands and Artists: B: Beatles
The Beatles - Showcase for the albums "1," "Anthology," and "Let It Be...Naked." Also, information on The Beatles first visit to the U.S. Beatles Guide UK - Discography, history of the Cavern Club, songs by Lennon and McCartney recorded by others, photo gallery, and a virtual tour of the Beatles' hometown.
I Am The Beatles - Their history, albums, songs, lyrics, and what the lyrics mean.
Beatles Mania - News, discography, photograph gallery, biography, forum, lyrics, and a section that allows fans to post reviews on songs or albums. /Arts/Music/Bands_and_Artists/B/Beatles   (547 words) - When the Beatles hit America - Feb. 10, 2004
The Beatles in Their Generation." "He'd been across [to the States], unlike the others; he knew what the place was like.
The Beatles were heading for New York for an appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," followed by a handful of concert dates.
At the time, on February 7, 1964, the Beatles were four young men heading across the Atlantic on Pan Am Flight 101. /2004/SHOWBIZ/Music/02/05/beatles.40   (1117 words)

 The Beatles
Martin was important to the Beatles in suggesting improvements in the form of their early songs (improvements they quickly came to incorporate independently into their writing) and later in guiding them in the selection of instrumental and electronic textures hitherto unused in pop music.
The Beatles were far away from the American protest movement and their ideas of pop song messages to humanity.
The Beatles integrated notes into their songs from newspapers and from the radio, which they happened to read and listen to and which fitted into their compositions. /english/cosmo12/beatles.htm   (3771 words)

 The Books: The Beatles by Bob Spitz
This version of the Beatles legend smoothed the rough edges and filled in the fault lines, and for more than forty years this manicured version of the Beatles story has sustained as truth - until now.
The product of almost a decade of research, hundreds of unprecedented interviews, and the discovery of scores of never-before-revealed documents, Bob Spitz's The Beatles is the biography fans have been waiting for - a vast, complete account as brilliant and joyous and revelatory as a Beatles record itself.
Even before the Beatles hit the big time, a myth was created. /books/55/0316803529   (246 words)

 The Internet Beatles Reference Library
Beatles on Ed Sullivan- A rundown of the entire Ed Sullivan show on February 7, 1964, on which the Beatles appeared, and some relevant comments, by Saki, and a posting of all the songs the Beatles played on all four Ed Sullivan appearances.
Beatles Bibliography - A very comprehensive list of most of the books about the Beatles that are currently in print in the US and the UK, updated April 1996.
Goldman and Beatles Fans - Articles by saki and Allan Kozinn about author Albert Goldman and why he is not liked by Beatles fans because of the innaccuracies in what he writes. /breflib.html   (1926 words)

 Today in Odd History: John Lennon Proclaims Beatles "More Popular than Jesus" (March 4, 1966)
Although the Beatles would remain together for 4 more years, the American tour that followed the Jesus incident would be their last.
Beatles albums were banned from the airwaves in Spain and Holland.
Written by Barry Tashian, the leader of the Remains, who opened for the Beatles in 1966, this book is a chronicle of that last tour, illustrated with journal entries, photographs, and concert tickets. /article1012.html   (1020 words) The Beatles : 1) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band : News
The Beatles' exploitation of multitracking on Sgt. Pepper transformed the very act of studio recording (the orchestral overdubs on "A Day in the Life" marked the debut of eight-track recording in Britain: two four-track machines used in sync).
Michael Cooper's photo of the Beatles in satin marching-band outfits, in front of a cardboard-cutout audience of historical figures, created by artist Peter Blake, is the most enduring image of the psychedelic era.
Off the road for good, the Beatles were free to be a band away from the hysteria of Beatlemania. /news/story/_/id/6595610   (1013 words) Anthology 1: Music
The Beatles hold their own here comedically with 2 very seasoned veterans and the results are really quite funny.
But for any true Beatles fan who grew up in the Sixties awaiting each new release, this first volume in the series presents a treasure trove of musical memorabilia from the Fab Four's genesis as the Quarry Men through 1964, when they spearheaded the British Invasion and forever changed popular music.
From the album THE BEATLES' SECOND ALBUM (1964). /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000002TYX?v=glance   (2755 words) The Beatles : The Immortals: 1) The Beatles : News The Beatles : The Immortals: 1) The Beatles : News
Before the Beatles, you had guys in lab coats doing recording experiments in the Fifties, but you didn't have rockers deliberately putting things out of balance, like a quiet vocal in front of a loud track on "Strawberry Fields Forever." You can't exaggerate the license that this gave to everyone from Motown to Jimi Hendrix.
You can hear that Kurt Cobain listened to the Beatles and mixed them in with punk and metal in some of his songs. /news/story/_/id/5939206   (975 words)

 Notes On The Cover Songs Appearing On The 'Help!' and 'Beatles VI' Albums (COVERS4)
Alas, the Beatles of the mid '60s would seem from our politically correct vantage point to have labored under the uneccessary, even misguided presentiment that it was a virtue for a white singer, in performing the works of a black artist, to resort to raspy shouting in order to hit the mark.
This is not to say that such Beatles covers are entirely without either merit or success, but I'd dare say that on some level they sound a bit more parodistic and less interpretive than intended.
The reverb that seems to have been gratuitously added to the CD remix of this track is among the more infamous "recording anomolies" of the Beatles annals. /millennium/other/awp/covers4.html   (975 words)

 One Learned Scholar
The Beatles citations are all to the American-release LP's; these songs appear on different albums on the original British-release LP's, (the latter arrangement is used for the new CD Issues).
Those familiar with the Beatles' music and history will be amused, but those who are intimately familiar with the Beatles story are frequently delighted by the film; the more one knows about the Beatles, the more fun one has with the Rutles.
But the Beatles model presents two versions of the progression; while the intro uses IV, the chorus (on "with a love like that, you know you should be glad") employs a iv - V progression. /articles/scholarly.htm   (975 words)

 Song Versions on US LP's and Singles
Also included on Beatles VI was the b-side of their newest single, "Yes It Is," a song that was not released anywhere in true stereo until its appearance on the UK giveaway cassette, Only the Beatles in 1986.
Also included on Beatles VI was the b-side of their newest single, "Yes It Is." Naturally, this song appears in rechanneled stereo on the stereo record.
Notes: The remaining songs from Beatles For Sale are on this album, but there's some new material as well. /btls/variant2.htm   (975 words)

 The Beatles' influence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The popularity of the individual Beatles combined with their considerable instrumental skills led to a better knowledge in the general public of the musical contributions made by lead guitar, rhythm guitar, drums, and particularly bass guitar.
It should at least, they say, be noted that many of The Beatles' influences on culture have been distinct from their actual talents as musicians of course - witness the oft-emulated moptop haircuts and Rickenbacker guitars for examples.
Others would argue that The Beatles' influence, although great, is little or no greater than that of many other artists (see Robert Johnson and Miles Davis) and that The Beatles' influence has simply been stated more often, and with greater enthusiasm, than that of arguably equally important artists. /wiki/The_Beatles'_influence   (2728 words)

 The Beatles bootlegs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beatles bootleg records began showing up in the late 1960s, usually containing material that was illegally recorded, stolen or leaked from the band's record label EMI.
One of the first Beatles bootlegs to be sold illegally was Kum Back, which was created from an early acetate put together by engineer Glyn Johns on March 10, 1969.
The Beatles are one of the most bootlegged bands in music history. /wiki/Beatles_bootlegs   (2146 words)

 The Beatles Are Coming!
The Beatles have the top three songs with "She Loves You," "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "Please Please Me." These songs will soon be joined by "Twist And Shout," which was recently released on a 45 on a company called Tollie Records.
Most adults I know were impressed with how the Beatles took America by storm, but they think that by the summer everyone will have forgotten the group and move on to the next fad.
Tonight the Beatles were once again on the Ed Sullivan Show. /blog.html   (1157 words)

 Get Back! Rockument's History of the Beatles
Stars and fans around the world are mourning the death of the former Beatles guitarist, Traveling Wilburys member, and solo artist, who died aged 58 after a long fight against cancer.
Beatles: The Beatles 1 (repackaged number one songs)
Rockument's History of the Beatles by Tony Bove /Beatles1.html   (251 words) The Beatles: the White Album: Music
THE BEATLES (generally known as "The White Album" because of its cover) was a sprawling two-record set, highlighting the distinct personalities in the group as they matured and moved further away from each other.
With the four Beatles playing like session men on each other's songs, the making of the album was fraught with tension.
The White Album was meant to be the record that brought the Beatles back to earth after three years of studio experimentation. /exec/obidos/ASIN/B000026B01   (1532 words)

During the Beatles’ last tour in the States, the crowds surged forward and viciously bashed in the roof of the limousine they thought the Beatles were in.
At a concert in Manila in 1966, the Beatles were kicked and punched by the crowds because they were perceived to have been discourteous to the President’s wife.
The Beatles were powerfully influenced by American bluesmen and Elvis Presley, and they formed a rock band called the Quarrymen in the mid-1950s. /fbns/beatles.htm   (8589 words)

 The Beatles
Nearly half a century after the Fab Four first came together, the story of the Beatles has passed into something like mythology, a hero cycle for moderns, legendary history from the distant days before the iPod.
Bob Spitz's vast biography of the band, called, simply enough, "The Beatles," has its worshipful moments as befits a story with its world-changing moments and larger-than-life players.
"The Beatles" has a few puzzling moments, mostly when Spitz crosses from commerce into criticism. /thr/reviews/review_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001434699   (558 words)

 Beatles Timeline
The Beatles and Brian Epstein all sign their names to a full page advertisement in The Times declaring "the law against marijuana is immoral in principal and unworkable in practice." The list of names also included a variety of authors, painters, and politicians.
And to those of you who have recently discovered the Beatles, this historical presentation should provide enough insight for you to develop an appreciation of why Beatle fans, music lovers and historians all agree that the Beatles were the greatest rock 'n' roll band to emerge out of the twentieth century.
Beatles resume filming the "Let It Be" sessions but this time at Apple Headquarters, 3 Savile Row in their studio basement. /timeline.html   (16888 words)

 Beatles albums
It starts from their beatles shop to first sleeves album covers pictures record all the way up to the break-up in 1970.
Like the beetles dealings and biographies on, Linda McCartney, Stuart Sutcliffe, The biography has the recording history and session details for every single, beetles including all the writers, musicians, producers, Pete Best and all the others like Patti Boyd and Hollywood Bowl, and all their appearances at the Cavern Club beetles George's visits to India.
It has the album covers and cover pictures for all the Beatles albums. /beatles-albums.html   (203 words)

 The Beatles
It is the first Beatles album conceived as an album, not just a bunch of songs (their first released identically in the US and the UK), and the first rock album where the songs blend into each other with no breaks.
Only six Beatles tracks, two of them are recycled from earlier records (title track; "All You Need Is Love"), and the entire second side consists of assorted George Martin elevator music instead of the pile of additional tunes that appear in the film.
It all was recorded in one marathon session, and although the Beatles were up to the challenge, the material seems thin so many decades later. /beatles.html   (3574 words)

 The Beatles
In 1964, she introduced me to the music of The Beatles, and my life changed forever.
When she died, she left no inheritance, as all of her money was tied up in the nursing home.
I have been collecting Beatle material since 1964 and have been doing mail-order since 1988. /sc/rarebeatles   (299 words)

 Sci-Fi Hi-Fi: Beatles Christmas Records
The Beatles recorded them and sent them out to their adoring fans every year, finally collecting them all on one album for the 1970 edition.
f you were fortunate enough to have been a member of the official Beatles fan club between 1963 and 1969, then you likely have heard one or more of these records.
Features the Beatles' amusing mockery of a prepared script and Ringo's decidedly upbeat interpretation of Good King Wenceslaus. /beatles   (329 words)

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