A BEATLES' HARD-DIE'S SITE

A Concise but Complete Beatles' History


BLACK JACKS 3/57
John Lennon & Pete Shotton

QUARRYMEN 1 4/57 - 8/57
Continuously evolving line-up:
John Lennon (vocal, guitar)
Pete Shotton (washboard)
Bill Smith (tea-chest bass)
Rod Davis (banjo)
Eric Griffiths (guitar)
Len Garry (bass)
Ivan Vaughan (tea-chest bass)
Nigel Whalley (bass)
Colin Hanton (drums)

QUARRYMEN 2 7/57 - 10/57
Eric Griffiths, Colin Hanton, Rod Davis, John Lennon, Pete Shotton & Len Garry

Paul joins the band and plays with them for the first time at New Clubmoor Hall, Liverpool, on October 18th.
QUARRYMEN 3 10/57 - 12/57
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
Eric Griffiths gtr
Len Garry bs
Colin Hanton dr

QUARRYMEN 4 Early 1958
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr
Eric Griffiths gtr
Len Garry bs
Colin Hanton dr

QUARRYMEN 5 Mid 1958
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr
John Lowe dr

The QUARRYMEN continued to play regularly as a quartet. After two performances in January 1959 the QUARRYMEN drifted apart and finally disbanded.
QUARRYMEN 6 10/58 - 1/59
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Colin Hanton dr

John Lennon and Paul McCartney stayed together and they wrote several songs. George Harrison joined the LES STEWART QUARTET.
The LES STEWART QUARTET should become the house band at the newly opened Casbah Coffee Club. When Ken Brown, who also was a member of the LES STEWART QUARTET helped to decorate the Cabash and therefore was not able to attend all rehearsals of the band, Les Stewart refused to play. Ken Brown and George Harrison called John Lennon and Paul McCartney and asked them for help. As the new band consisted of three quarter of the QUARRYMEN they resurvived the old name and played at the Cabash. After a dispute with the owner of the Cabash the Quarrymen stopped playing there in October 1959. This was the second end of the QUARRYMEN
QUARRYMEN 8 8/59 - 10/59
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Ken Brown gtr/vcl

Even though the name QUARRYMEN died after leaving the Cabash Club, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison stayed together. They played as JOHNNY & THE MOONDOGS.
JOHNNY & THE MOONDOGS 10/59 - 1/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl

Stuart Sutcliffe was an artist and a very good friend of John Lennon. he never was a skilled musician. When Stuart Sutcliffe joined the band they started to call themselves the BEATALS. The name was an idea of Stuart Cutcliffe who really liked the CRICKETS. Lennon convinced him to buy a bass guitar with the money he had made from the sale of one his paintings. He was very uncomfortable on stage and usually played with his back to the audience.
BEATALS 1/60 - 4/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Stuart Sutcliffe bs

The BEATALS still had no drummer so they started to add Tommy Moore to the line up and changed theri name to SILVER BEETLES. Tommy Moore did stay for six weeks only.
SILVER BEETLES 5/60 - 6/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Stuart Sutcliffe bs
Tommy Moore dr

After the departure of Tommy Moore the group continued as a quartet without drums. The changed the spelling of their name to SILVER BEATLES.
SILVER BEATLES 1 6/60 - 7/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Stuart Sutcliffe bs

The SILVER BEATLES were looking for a drummer and the first one they tried was Norman Chapman, but he didn't fit, so he left again after a few weeks.
SILVER BEATLES 2 7/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Stuart Sutcliffe bs
Norman Chapman dr

When Pete Best had joined the the group they shortened their name to BEATLES. In the summer of 1960 the group travelled to Hamburg, Germany, because they had got the offer to play at various clubs on the Reeperbahn. The group was playing first at the "Indra Club" from August to October 1960. They were playing several set every day. Even though their living conditions in Hamburg were miserable they started to develop a following, because of their energetic music. The reputation they built up at the "Indra Club" helped them to get another engagement at the more popular club, "The Kaiserkeller", where they played from October till November. In December the BEATLES were forced to leave Hamburg. First their was a dispute about their contract, then George Harrison was found to be under age and when he was deported, Paul McCartney and Pete Best strongly protested and they also were arrested and deported. Stu Sutcliffe had decided to leave the band. He stayed in Hamburg to live with his love Astrid Kirchherr.
BEATLES 1 8/60 - 11/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Stuart Sutcliffe bs
Pete Best dr

After their return to England the BEATLES add Chas Newby to their lineup to play a few concerts in December.
BEATLES 2 12/60
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney gtr/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Chas Newby bs
Pete Best dr

In Liverpool the BEATLES started to play at "The Cavern Club" in 1961. Brian Epstein, who owned a record shop, came along to listen to the band and he offered to become their manager, which the BEATLES accepted. The group returned to Hamburg early in 1961 to play again at the Star Club. During this time they met Tony Sheridan and together with him they did the first recordings.

In 1962 the BEATLES were invited to an audition at Decca records, but they got not recording contract,because the responsible people at Decca felt that there was no need for guitar orinentated groups. On June 4th the BEATLES finally signed a recording contract with Parlophone Records and two days later they began their first recording session. These recordings were released in 1982 by Audiofidelity Enterprises as "The Complete Silver Beatles". Shortly after their first recording session, George Martin their producer felt that the group needed a different drummer. In August 1962 Pete Best was fired.
BEATLES 3 1/61 - 8/62
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney bs/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Pete Best dr

BEATLES singles 1961-1962
1961: BEATLES with Wally - Fever (Single; Armstiock Records)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - My Bonnie (traditional) b/w (When) The Saints (Go Marching In) (Single; Polydor 24-673)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - My Bonnie (traditional) / (When) The Saints (Go Marching In) / Why (Can't You Love Me Again) (Crompton / Tony Sheridan) / Cry For A Shadow (John Lennon / George Harrison) (Maxi; Polydor E 76586)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - Cry For A Shadow (John Lennon / George Harrison) b/w Why (Can't You Love Me Again) (Crompton / Tony Sheridan) (Single; Polydor 52275)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - Ain't She Sweet (Ager / Yellen) b/w If You Love Baby ( ? ) (Single; Polydor 52317)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - Ain't She Sweet (Ager / Yellen) b/w Nobody's Child (Cohen / Foree) (Single; ATCO 6308)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - Skinny Minny ( ? ) b/w Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie / Pinkard / Casey) (Single; Polydor 52324)
1961: Tony Sheridan & BEATLES - Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie / Pinkard / Casey) b/w Take Out Some Insurance On Me Baby (Singleton / Hall) (Single; Polydor)
1962: BEATLES - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry Over You (Thomas Biggs) b/w Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) (Single; Collectables COL 1501) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Hippy Hippy Shake (Chan Romero) b/w Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) (Single; Collectables COL 1502) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Lend Me Your Comb (Kay Twomey / Fred Wise / Ben Weisman) b/w Your Feet's Too Big (Ada Benson / Fred Fisher) (Single; Collectables COL 1503) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Where Have You Been All My Life (Cynthia Weil / Barry Mann) (Single; Collectables COL 1504) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES -A Taste Of Honey (Ric Marlow / Bobby Scott) b/w Besame Mucho (Consuelo Velazquez / Sunny Skylar) (Single; Collectables COL 1505) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Till There Was You (Meredith Wilson) b/w Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby (Carl Perkins) (Single; Collectables COL 1506) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Ain't Nothing Shaking (But The Leaves On The Trees) (Cirino Colacrai / Eddie Fontaine / Dianne Lampert / Jack Cleveland) b/w Kansas City (Richard Penniman) (Single; Collectables COL 1507) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - To Know Her Is To Love Her (Phil Spector) b/w Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) (Single; Collectables COL 1508) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Falling In Love Again (Sammy Lerner / Frederick Hollander) b/w Sheila (Tommy Roe) (Single; Collectables COL 1509) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Be-Bop-A-Lula (Gene Vincent / Tex Davis) b/w Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Ray Charles) (Single; Collectables COL 1510) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Red Sails In The Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy / Will Grosz) /b/w Matchbox (Carl Perkins) (Single; Collectables COL 1511) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Talkin' About You (Chuck Berry) b/w Shimmy Shake (Joe South / Billy Land) (Single; Collectables COL 1512) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Long Tall Sally (Richard Penniman) b/w I Remember You (Johnny Mercer / Voctor Schertzinger) (Single; Collectables COL 1513) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - Ask Me Why (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Twist And Shout (Medley Russell) (Single; Collectables COL 1514) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Reminiscing (King Curtis) (Single; Collectables COL 1515) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)

BEATLES album 1961-1962
1961: Tony Sheridan & The BEATLES - The Beatles First (Polydor 236 201) (veröffentlicht / released 1964)
1962: BEATLES - The Complete Silver Beatles (Audiofidelity Enterprises AFELD 1047) (veröffentlicht / released 1982)
1962: BEATLES - Live! At The Star-Club In Hamburg, Germany (Lingasong Records LNL 1) (veröffentlicht / released 1977)
1962: BEATLES - The Beatles Historic Sessions (Audiofidelity Enterprises AFELD 1018) (veröffentlicht / released 1981)

Pete Best was replaced by Ringo Starr, whom the BEATLES had met in Hamburg. On October 5, 1962 The Beatles released their first single "Love Me Do". In February of 1963 they recorded their first album "Please Please Me". From this point onwards the BEATLES created music history. The group released hit after hit and in October 1963 after they had played at the London Palladium the term "Beatlemania" came up to describe the fan's hysteria. In November 1963 the Beatles played a Royal Command Performance in front of the Queen where John Lennon told the audience, "Those of you in the cheap seats, if you would clap along, and the rest of you, if you could just rattle your jewelry." At the end of 1963 the BEATLES released their second album "With The Beatles."

In 1963 the BEATLES also tried to conquer the American music market, but without success. In 1964 they finally burst onto the American scene with "I Want to Hold Your Hand" as the #1 single on the American charts. From that point onward every BEATLES release was greeted with great applause by the audiences and critics alike. The BEATLES did not only record and release singles or albums but they also started to create their own motion pictures.

In 1965 the BEATLES received MBE’s (Members of the Order of the British Empire) from the British Crown.

In 1966 The Beatles performed their last concert in Candlestick Park, San Francisco. They had not planned to stop live concerts but after the concert at Candlestick Park they announced that they would concentrate on songwriting and recording. "Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" was rerleased in 1967 and it is still regarded by many as the best album in the history of rock'n'roll.

In 1968 the BEATLES released their 9th album, simply titled "The Beatles". There had been a lot of tension during the recordings, which led to Ringo leaving the recording sessions, so that Paul McCartney had to play some of the drum parts. The tensions also led to the first solo recordings by members of the BEATLES.

The band came back together in 1969 and began shooting a film at the recording sessions for their next album "Let It Be". As the group was not content with the results they stopped the filming and recorded the album at another studio. When everything was recorded they played the famous "rooftop" concert on the top of the Apple building. The BEATLES later got back together and recorded another album, which was released as "Abbey Road" at the end of 1969. "Let It Be", the album which was released before "Abbey Road" was released in 1970 after a lot of afterproduction work. Phil Spector who had served as the producer during these recordings had added strings and sound effects to the songs. The original version with just the BEATLES and Billy Preston playing was released in 2005 as "Let It Be Naked". The official break-up of The Beatles was officially announced on April 10th, 1970.
BEATLES 4 8/62 - 4/70
John Lennon gtr/vcl
Paul McCartney bs/vcl
George Harrison gtr/vcl
Ringo Starr dr/vcl

BEATLES singles 1962-1970 plus
1962: BEATLES - Love Me Do (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w P.S. I Love You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 4949)
1963: BEATLES - Please Please Me (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Ask Me Why (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 4983)
1963: BEATLES - From Me To You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Thank You Girl (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5015)
1963: BEATLES - She Loves You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w I'll Get You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5055)
1963: BEATLES - Twist And Shout (Twist And Shout (Phil Medley / Bert Russell) / A Taste Of Honey (Ric Marlow / Bobby Scott) / Do You Want To Know A Secret (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / There's A Place (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8882)
1963: BEATLES - The Beatles' Hits (From Me To You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Thank You Girl (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Please Please Me (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Love Me Do (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8880)
1963: BEATLES - The Beatles No. 1 (I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Misery (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Anna (Go To Him) (Arthur Alexander) / Chains (Gerry Goffin / Carole King) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8883)
1963: BEATLES - I Want To Hold Your Hand (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w This Boy (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5084)
1964: BEATLES - Can't Buy Me Love (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w You Can't Do That (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5114)
1964: BEATLES - All My Loving (All My Loving (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Ask Me Why (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Money (That's All I Want) (Janie Bradford / Berry Gordy) / P.S. I Love You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8891)
1964: BEATLES - Long Tall Sally (Richard Penniman / Enotris Johnson / Robert Blackwell) b/w I Call Your Name (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; D: Odeon O 22745)
1964: BEATLES - Long Tall Sally (Long Tall Sally (Richard Penniman / Enotris Johnson / Robert Blackwell) / I Call Your Name (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Slow Down (Larry Williams) / Matchbox (Carl Perkins)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8913)
1964: BEATLES - Komm gib mir Deine Hand (John Lennon / Paul McCartney / Camillo Felgen) b/w Sie liebt Dich (John Lennon / Paul McCartney / Camillo Felgen) (Single; D: Odeon 22671)
1964: BEATLES - A Hard Day's Night (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Things We Said Today (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5160)
1964: BEATLES - Extracts From "A Hard Day's Night" (I Should Have Known Better (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / If I Fell (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Tell Me Why (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / And I Love Her (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8920)
1964: BEATLES - Extracts From "A Hard Day's Night" (Any Time At All (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / I'll Cry Instead (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Things We Said Today (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / When I Get Home (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8924)
1964: BEATLES - I Feel Fine (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w She's A Woman (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5084)
1965: BEATLES - Beatles For Sale (No Reply (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / I'm A Loser (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Rock And Roll Music (Chuck Berry) / Eight Days A Week (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8931)
1965: BEATLES - Beatles For Sale (No. 2) (I'll Follow The Sun (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Baby's In Black (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Words Of Love (Buddy Holly) / I Don't Want To Spoil The Party (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8938)
1965: BEATLES - Ticket To Ride (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Yes It Is (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5265)
1965: BEATLES - Help (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w I'm Down (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5305)
1965: BEATLES - Day Tripper (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w We Can Work It Out (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5389)
1965: BEATLES - Million Sellers (She Loves You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / I Want To Hold Your Hand (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Can't Buy Me Love (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / I Feel Fine (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8946)
1966: BEATLES - Yesterday (Yesterday (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Act Naturally (Johnny Russell / Vonie Morrison) / You Like Me Too Much (George Harrison) / It's Only Love (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8948)
1966: BEATLES - Nowhere Man (Nowhere Man (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Drive My Car (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Michelle (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / You Won't See Me (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (Maxi; Parlophone GEP 8952)
1966: BEATLES - Paperback Writer (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Rain (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5452)
1966: BEATLES - Eleanor Rigby (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Yellow Submarine (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5493)
1967: BEATLES - Penny Lane (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Strawberry Fields Forever (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5570)
1967: BEATLES - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Baby You're A Rich Man (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Parlophone R 5620)
1967: BEATLES - Hello Goodbye (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w I Am The Walrus (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; PaRLOPHONE R 5655)
1967: BEATLES - Magical Mystery Tour (Magical Mystery Tour (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / The Fool On The Hill (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Flying (John Lennon / Paul McCartney / George Harrison / Richard Starkey) / Blue Jay Way (George Harrison) / Your Mother Should Know (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / I Am The Walrus (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)) (2-Maxi; Parlophone SMMT 1 / 2)
1968: BEATLES - Lady Madonna (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w The Inner Light (George Harrison) (Single; Parlophone R 5675)
1968: BEATLES - Hey Jude (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Revolution (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Apple R 5722)
1968: BEATLES - Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison) (Single; D: Apple O 24004)
1969: BEATLES - Get Back (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Don't Let Me Down (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Apple R 5777)
1969: BEATLES - The Ballad Of John And Yoko (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w Old Brown Shoe (George Harrison) (Single; Apple R 5786)
1969: BEATLES - Something (George Harrison) b/w Come Together (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Apple R 5814)
1970: BEATLES - Let It Be (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Apple R 5833
1970: BEATLES - The Long And Winding Road (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) b/w For You Blue (George Harrison) (Single; D: Apple 1C006-04514)
1995: BEATLES - Baby It's You (David / Bacharach / Williams) / I'll Follow The Sun (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Devil In Her Heart (Richard B. Drapkin) / Boys (Luther Dixon / Wes Farrell) (Live At BBC) (Maxi: Apple 7 2438 820 73 2 4)
1995: BEATLES - Free As A Bird (John Lennon) / I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / This Boy (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (John Lennon / Paul McCartney / George Harrison / Richard Starkey) (Maxi: Apple 7 2438 825 87 2 2)
1995: BEATLES - Free As A Bird (John Lennon) / Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (John Lennon / Paul McCartney / George Harrison / Richard Starkey) (Single: Apple R 6422)
1996: BEATLES - Real Love (John Lennon) / Baby's In Black (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Yellow Submarine (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) / Here There And Everywhere (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Maxi; Apple 7 2438 82 45 2 2)
1996: BEATLES - Real Love (John Lennon) / Baby's In Black (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) (Single; Apple R 6425)

BEATLES album 1962-1970 plus
1963: BEATLES - Please Please Me (Parlophone PCS 3042)
1963: BEATLES - Introducing The Beatles (US: Vee Jay VJLP 1062)
1963: BEATLES - With The Beatles (Parlophone PCS 3045)
1964: BEATLES - Meet The Beatles (US: Capitol ST 2047)
1964: BEATLES - Second Album (US: Capitol ST 2080)
1964: BEATLES - A Hard Day's Night (Parlophone PCS 3058)
1964: BEATLES - A Hard Day's Night (US: United Artists UAS 6366)
1964: BEATLES - Something New (US: Capitol ST 2108)
1964: BEATLES - Beatles For Sale (Parlophone PCS 3062)
1964: BEATLES - Beatles '65 (US: Capitol ST 2228)
1964/1965: BEATLES - At The Hollywood Bowl (Parlophone EMTV 4)
1965: BEATLES - The Early Beatles (US: Capitol ST 2309)
1965: BEATLES - Beatles VI (US: Capitol ST 2358)
1965: BEATLES - Help! (Parlophone PCS 3071)
1965: BEATLES - Help! (US: Capitol SMAS 2386)
1965: BEATLES - Rubber Soul (Parlophone PCS 3075)
1965: BEATLES - Rubber Soul (US: Capitol ST 2442)
1966: BEATLES - Revolver (Parlophone PCS 7009)
1966: BEATLES - Revolver (US: Capitol ST 2576)
1966: BEATLES - Yesterday And Today (US: Capitol ST 2553)
1967: BEATLES - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Parlophone PCS 7027)
1967: BEATLES - Magical Mystery Tour (D: Hör Zu / Apple SHZE 327)
1968: BEATLES - The Beatles (White Album) (Apple PCS 7067)
1969: BEATLES - Yellow Submarine (Apple PCS 7070)
1969: BEATLES - Abbey Road (Apple PCS 7088)
1970: BEATLES - Let It Be (Apple PCS 7096)
1970: BEATLES - Let It Be Naked (EMI) (veröffentlicht / released 2005)
1994: BEATLES - Live At The BBC (Apple 7 2438 31796 2)
1995: BEATLES - Anthology 1 (Apple 7 2438 34445 2)
1996: BEATLES - Anthology 2 (Apple 7 2438 34448 2)
1996: BEATLES - Anthology 3 (Apple 7 2438 34449 2)

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