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All About The Beatles

The Beatles were a band that created, perfected, and polished the sound of popular music. From soft love ballads to heavy rockers, The Beatles' music was sold in truckloads to fans of all musical tastes, and is still selling today.


Edited By: Alex2/Brian/Lew


BRIEF OVERVIEW:

Hamburg 1961
(George, Paul, John)


Cavern Club
with Pete Best 1961


1963


Ed Sullivan Show
Feb. 9, 1964


Sgt. Pepper's 1967


Magical Mystery Tour
1967


September 13, 1968


John & Paul 1968


Rooftop Concert 1969

From their humble beginnings in the slums of Liverpool, England came the band and sound that would revolutionize every aspect of music and pop culture for generations to come.

The Beatles story begins with John Winston Lennon, a rebellious young boy whose father left him and mother could not support him. During this time a new craze was sweeping through England: skiffle groups. The concept behind this was a couple of kids getting together, using cheap guitars and maybe a tin can for a drum set, trying to sound out their favorite songs. With his group the Quarry Men, named after the school he went to, John met future band members Paul McCartney and George Harrison. There were easily 15 or more temporary members of the group between 1957 and 1961, but the core of the group lay in these three, plus bassist Stuart Sutcliffe and drummer Pete Best. After forming their sound and style playing the 'Cavern' Club in Liverpool a total of 292 times, along with spending two grueling months in Hamburg, their growing fan base gave them their first taste of the insanity that would come.

On November 9, 1961, Brian Epstein went to the Cavern Club during the lunch session to see the band that was growing in local popularity. He was impressed by their sound, beat, onstage humor, and personal charm. On December 10, the Beatles agreed to let Brian be their manager. A five year contract was signed January 24, 1962. Brian proceeded to change their look from their black leather, smoking, swearing tough kids image to the matching suits, no-smoking/swearing on stage, and synchronized bow at the end of each song, "clean" image. This shrewd advice, though reluctantly accepted at first, opened doors to popular British and American television shows of the time.

In June 1962, after being rejected by every major record label, Brian convinced George Martin, head of one of EMI's smallest labels, Parlophone, to sign the Beatles. In August, Pete Best was fired and Ringo Starr joined the band as drummer. Also in August, John Lennon married Cynthia Powell whom he had met while attending the 'Liverpool College of Art'. On September 11, the Beatles entered Abby Road Studios to record "Love Me Do", and having a minor hit with the song the Beatles went on a concert tour of Scotland in January of 1963, and England in February. Also in February their second single "Please Please Me" was released, and on March 22, their first album, "Please Please Me" was released in England, on Parlophone Records. It shot directly to #1 and stayed there for 30 weeks. Beatlemania had begun, and the effect was incredible. With their next albums "With the Beatles" (21 weeks), "A Hard Day's Night" (21 weeks), "Beatles For Sale" (10 weeks), and "HELP!" (9 weeks), they took over the entire world seemingly overnight, breaking sales records and chart time records that they themselves set. These fresh tracks and classic covers gave the Beatles the biggest fan base the world had seen and a larger pop culture movement since Elvis shook his hips.

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Beatles are the best selling group of all time (est. 1 billion discs and tapes to date), with the most #1 albums (19), best selling album on the UK charts (Sgt. Pepper, 4.5 million), most simultaneous albums on the US charts (7), greatest advance sales for a single (Can't Buy Me Love, 2.7 million), fastest selling album ("1" - 13.5 million in the first week), most consecutive #1 singles (11 in a row), and most #1 singles on the US charts (20). These are mind boggling figures which are difficult for anyone to hold in their mind. Just consider this: according to EMI, there is approximately 1 Beatles album for every 6-7 people on the face of the earth.

It all changed with "Rubber Soul". Their songs became more soulful, psychedelic, trippier. The Beatles decided to trade in the collarless evening jackets for flowered robes and the twangy guitars for sitars. It is not their best album, but it was possibly the greatest turning point in music ever. The Beatles embraced the "flower power generation". Things in this album were racier, less obvious, and covering a wider variety of topics. Norwegian Wood, Michelle, and In My Life are still radio staples. Directly following this came "Revolver", an album considered to be one of the finest ever recorded.

Now comes "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". The central theme being a band on tour, who could take the place of the Beatles. The name was the result of the new idea of giving a band a long, wacky name (ex. Quicksilver Messenger Service or Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention). So what would be a good acid-band name? What else: Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band! It has topped all the lists, including Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. "Pepper" can only be truly understood if listened to. The energy, influence, and prophetic tones in this album are impossible to describe. To say the least, music was never, ever the same again.

Perhaps because of the frenzy that followed "Sgt. Pepper's", "Magical Mystery Tour" was overshadowed and largely forgotten. However, it is still a great disc with classic tracks and deserves high recognition. It did not do well in sales.

Somewhere in all of this, two important and devastating events occurred. First, Brian Epstein, the legendary Beatles manager, died of an accidental sleeping pill overdose. Second, John's meeting and close relationship with Yoko Ono creates a rift between him and the others. Through controversy over group leadership and many failing projects, and above all, the gas tank on the Beatles energy running dangerously low, breakup seemed inevitable.

Yet through this, they made three of their most emotionally touching albums, The "White Album", "Let it Be", and "Abbey Road". Remarkably, their talents for songwriting seem to be unaffected by their tensions and mental wear. In fact, they were just as pioneering and innovative as ever. These three albums are among their best and display their talents away from the psychedelic music scene and focusing more on more rock 'n' roll and piano based music. Also, some of their music gained a new heaviness to it.

Finally, after staring into the eyes of the monster they knew as fame, the Beatles broke up. Paul McCartney announced the official breakup of the Beatles on April 9, 1970. It is easy to understand, though difficult to accept. Just watch footage of the concert at Shea Stadium, with its 56,000 screaming, crying fans. Or their first landing in America, with the mobs of frenzied teenagers, coming just to see the fab four leave their plane. Look at photos of the crowds joining for comfort after John Lennon's murder. Or, most simply, listen to a Beatles album. No one can truly grasp what a huge impact the Beatles had on everyday life, or the way they touched the souls of their fans.

On "Abbey Road", the last album they recorded together, there is a song called The End. It seems to mark the last will of the group. And, in such a Beatle-type prankster way, the resounding message to the world is, in the last lyric to the song:


"And in the end
the love you take
is equal to the love you make"
SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY - Career Albums - lable - (Release Date)

Please Please Me
- Parlophone Records (March 22, 1963)
I Saw Her Standing There
Misery
Anna (Go To Him)
Chains
Boys
Ask Me Why
Please Please Me
Love Me Do
P.S. I Love You
Baby It's You
Do You Want To Know A Secret
A Taste Of Honey
There's A Place
Twist And Shout

Introducing The Beatles
- Vee-Jay (July 22, 1963)
I Saw Her Standing There
Misery
Anna (Go To Him)
Chains
Boys
Love Me Do
P.S. I Love You
Baby It's You
Do You Want To Know A Secret
A Taste Of Honey
There's A Place
Twist And Shout

With the Beatles!
- Parlophone Records (November 22, 1963)
It Won't Be Long
All I've Got To Do
All My Loving
Don't Bother Me
Little Child
Till There Was You
Please Mr. Postman
Roll Over Beethoven
Hold Me Tight
You Really Got A Hold On Me
I Wanna Be Your Man
Devil In Her Heart
Not A Second Time
Money
Note: The first pop album to sell over a million copies.

Meet the Beatles!
- Capitol (January 20, 1964)
I Want To Hold Your Hand
I Saw Her Standing There
This Boy
It Won't Be Long
All I've Got To Do
All My Loving
Don't Bother Me
Little Child
Till There Was You
Hold Me Tight
I Wanna Be Your Man
Not A Second Time

The Beatles' Second Album
- Capitol (April 10, 1964)
Roll Over Beethoven
Thank You Girl
You Really Got A Hold On Me
Devil In Her Heart
Money (That's What I Want)
You Can't Do That
Long Tall Sally
I Call Your Name
Please Mr. Postman
I'll Get You
She Loves You


A Hard Day's Night
- Parlophone Records (July 10, 1964)
A Hard Day's Night
I Should Have Known Better
If I Fell
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
And I Love Her
Tell Me Why
Can't Buy Me Love
Any Time At All
I'll Cry Instead
Things We Said Today
When I Get Home
You Can't Do That
I'll Be Back
Note 1: First album of all original Lennon/McCartney songs.
Note 2: Nominated for 1964 Grammy for Best Original Score Written For a Motion Picture or TV Show.

A Hard Day's Night (Soundtrack)
- United Artists (June 13, 1964)
A Hard Day's Night
Tell Me Why
I'll Cry Instead
(I Should Have Known Better)*
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
(And I Love Her)*
I Should Have Known Better
If I Fell
And I Love Her
(Ringo's Theme - This Boy)*
Can't Buy Me Love
(A Hard Day's Night)*
* (George Martin Orchestra - instrumental)

Something New
- Capitol (July 20, 1964)
I'll Cry Instead
Things We Said Today
Any Time At All
When I Get Home
Slow Down
Matchbox
Tell Me Why
And I Love Her
I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
If I Fell
Komm Gib Mir Deine Hand

x

The Beatles' Story
- Capitol (November 23, 1964)
Side A:
'On Stage With The Beatles'
'How Beatlemania Began'
'Beatlemania In Action'
'Man Behind The Beatles - Brian Epstein'
'John Lennon' with extracts from the following songs:
- I Want To Hold Your Hand / Slow Down / This Boy

Side B:
'Who's A Millionaire?'
'Beatles Will Be Beatles'
'Man Behind The Music - George Harrison'
'George Harrison' with extracts from the following songs:
- You Can't Do That / If I Fell / And I Love Her

Side C:
'A Hard Day's Night - Their First Movie'
'Paul McCartney'
'Sneaky Haircuts And More About Paul'
'The Beatles Look At Life' with extracts from the following songs:
- A Hard Day's Night / And I Love Her

Side D: 'Victims Of Beatlemania'
'Beatle Medley', 'Ringo Starr'
'Liverpool And All The World' with extracts from the following songs:
- Twist And Shout (Live!) / Things We Said Today / I'm Happy Just To Dance With You / Little Child / Long Tall Sally / She Loves You / Boys


Beatles For Sale
- Parlophone Records (December 4, 1964)
No Reply
I'm A Loser
Baby's In Black
Rock And Roll Music
I'll Follow The Sun
Mr. Moonlight
Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey
Eight Days A Week
Words Of Love
Honey Don't
Every Little Thing
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
What You're Doing
Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby


Beatles '65
- Capitol (December 15, 1964)
No Reply
I'm A Loser
Baby's In Black
Rock And Roll Music
I'll Follow The Sun
Mr. Moonlight
Honey Don't
I'll Be Back
She's A Woman
I Feel Fine
Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby



The Early Beatles
- Capitol (March 22, 1965)
Love Me Do
Twist And Shout
Anna (Go To Him)
Chains
Boys
Ask Me 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
- Capitol (June 14, 1965)
Kansas City - Hey Hey Hey Hey
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 Lizzy
Tell Me What You See
Every Little Thing


Help!
- Parlophone (August 6, 1965)
Help!
The Night Before
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
I Need You
Another Girl
You're Going To Lose That Girl
Ticket To Ride
Act Naturally
It's Only Love
You Like Me Too Much
Tell Me What You See
I've Just Seen A Face
Yesterday
Dizzy Miss Lizzy

Help! (Soundtrack)
- Capitol (August 13, 1965)
(The James Bond Theme)*
Help !
The Night Before
(From Me To You Fantasy)*
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
I Need You
(In The Tyrol)*
Another Girl
(Another Hard Day's Night)*
Ticket To Ride
(The Bitter End/You Can't Do That)*
You're Going To Lose That Girl
(The Chase)*
* (George Martin Orchestra - instrumental)

Rubber Soul
- Parlophone Records (December 3, 1965)
Drive My Car
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
You Won't See Me
Nowhere Man
Think For Yourself
The Word
Michelle
What Goes On
Girl
I'm Looking Through You
In My Life
Wait
If I Needed Someone
Run For Your Life


Rubber Soul
- Capitol (December 6, 1965)
I've Just Seen A Face
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
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


Yesterday and Today

Capitol - (June 15, 1966 - "Butcher" Cover / June 20, 1966 - "Trunk" Cover)

Drive My Car
I'm Only Sleeping
Nowhere Man
Dr. Robert
Yesterday
Act Naturally
And Your Bird Can Sing
If I Needed Someone
We Can Work It Out
What Goes On
Day Tripper


About The Butcher Cover

Revolver
- Parlophone Records (August 5, 1966)
Taxman
Eleanor Rigby
I'm Only Sleeping
Love You To
Here, There, And Everywhere
Yellow Submarine
She Said, She Said
Good Day Sunshine
And Your Bird Can Sing
For No One
Doctor Robert
I Want To Tell You
Got To Get You Into My Life
Tomorrow Never Knows


Revolver
- Capitol (August 8, 1966)
Taxman
Eleanor Rigby
Love You To
Here There And Everywhere
Yellow Submarine
She Said She Said
Good Day Sunshine
For No One
I Want To Tell You
Got To Get You Into My Life
Tomorrow Never Knows


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
- Parlophone Records (June 1, 1967), Capitol (June 2, 1967)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
With A Little Help From My Friends
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
Getting Better
Fixing A Hole
She's Leaving Home
Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!
Within You Without You
When I'm Sixty-Four
Lovely Rita
Good Morning Good Morning
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts... (Reprise)
A Day In The Life
Note 1: The same track listings appear on both U.K. and U.S. albums from this point on.
Note 2: Album won Grammys for Album Of The Year, Best Contemporary Album, Best Album Cover, and Best Engineered (Non-Classical) Recording.

Magical Mystery Tour

- Parlophone Records (November 27, 1967) Capitol (November 27, 1967)

Magical Mystery Tour
The Fool On The Hill
Flying
Blue Jay Way
Your Mother Should Know
I Am The Walrus
Hello Goodbye
Strawberry Fields Forever
Penny Lane
Baby You're A Rich Man
All You Need Is Love


The Beatles ("White Album")
- Apple Records (November 22, 1968),
Capitol (November 25, 1968)

Side A:
Back In The USSR
Dear Prudence
Glass Onion
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Wild Honey Pie
The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Side B:
Martha My Dear
I'm So Tired
Blackbird
Piggies
Rocky Raccoon
Don't Pass Me By
Why Don't We Do It In The Road?
I Will
Julia
Side C:
Birthday
Yer Blues
Mother Nature's Son
Everybody's Got Something To Hide
Except Me And My Monkey
Sexy Sadie
Helter Skelter
Long, Long, Long
Side D:
Revolution 1
Honey Pie
Savoy Truffle
Cry Baby Cry
Revolution 9
Good Night

Yellow Submarine
- Apple Records (January 17, 1969)
Yellow Submarine
Only A Northern Song
All Together Now
Hey Bulldog
It's All Too Much
All You Need Is Love
Pepperland
Sea Of Time
Sea Of Holes
Sea Of Monsters
March Of The Meanies
Pepperland Laid Waste
Yellow Submarine In Pepperland

[Side B - All instrumentals by
The George Martin Orchestra]:
Note 1: Album was nominated for the 1969 Grammy for Best Original Score Written For a Motion Picture Or TV Special.

Abbey Road
- Apple Records (September 26, 1969)
Come Together
Something
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Oh! Darling
Octopus's Garden
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Here Comes The Sun
Because
You Never Give Me Your Money
Sun King
Mean Mr. Mustard
Polythene Pam
She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
Golden Slumbers
Carry That Weight
The End
Her Majesty
Note 1: Album won 1969 Grammy for Best Engineered (Non-Classical) Recording.
Note 2: Nominated for Album Of The Year and Best Contemporary Vocal Performance, Group.


Hey Jude
- Apple Records (February 23, 1970)
Can't Buy Me Love
I Should Have Known Better
Paperback Writer
Rain
Lady Madonna
Revolution
Hey Jude
Old Brown Shoe
Don't Let Me Down
The Ballad Of John And Yoko


Let It Be
- Apple Records (May 18, 1970)
Two Of Us
Dig A Pony
Across The Universe
I Me Mine
Dig It
Let It Be
Maggie Mae
I've Got A Feeling
One After 909
The Long And Winding Road
For You Blue
Get Back
Note 1: 'Let It Be' was nominated for the 1970 Grammy for Record Of The Year.
Note 2: Won - 1970 Grammy for Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture Or TV Special.
Note 3: Recorded in January 1969; before 'Abbey Road'. But not released until 1970.

100 GREATEST BEATLES SONGS
  1. Hey Jude
  2. She Loves You
  3. A Day In the Life
  4. Let It Be
  5. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  6. Yesterday
  7. Twist and Shout
  8. I Saw Her Standing There
  9. Strawberry Fields Forever
10. Revolution
11. A Hard Day's Night
12. Help!
13. Something
14. Penny Lane
15. In My Life
16. Eleanor Rigby
17. Come Together
18. Ticket To Ride
19. Please Please Me
20. All You Need Is Love
21. Can't Buy Me Love
22. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
23. I Feel Fine
24. Get Back
25. Here Comes the Sun
26. The Long and Winding Road
27. Day Tripper
28. We Can Work It Out
29. Hello Goodbye
30. Eight Days a Week
31. Norwegian Wood
32. Love Me Do
33. With a Little Help From My Friends
34. All My Loving
35. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
36. Paperback Writer
37. Lady Madonna
38. Back In the U.S.S.R.
39. I Am the Walrus
40. Got To Get You Into My Life
41. Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds
42. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
43. Here, There and Everywhere
44. Helter Skelter
45. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight
46. I Should Have Known Better
47. Nowhere Man
48. And I Love Her
49. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
50. Rain
51. Tomorrow Never Knows
52. If I Fell
53. From Me To You
54. Birthday
55. Good Day Sunshine
56. Across the Universe
57. Rock and Roll Music
58. She's a Woman
59. Drive My Car
60. Michelle
61. Magical Mystery Tour
62. Do You Want To Know a Secret
63. Yellow Submarine
64. P.S. I Love You
65. Don't Let Me Down
66. Happiness Is a Warm Gun
67. I'll Follow the Sun
68. Fool On the Hill
69. Ballad Of John and Yoko
70. Blackbird
71. Girl
72. Getting Better
73. Oh! Darling
74. Roll Over Beethoven
75. No Reply
76. I Want You
77. You're Going To Lose That Girl
78. When I'm 64
79. It Won't Be Long
80. I'll Be Back
81. I'm a Loser
82. This Boy
83. She Said She Said
84. She's Leaving Home
85. And Your Bird Can Sing
86. You Can't Do That
87. Taxman
88. You Won't See Me
89. Thank You Girl
90. For No One
91. Baby You're a Rich Man
92. Octopus's Garden
93. I'll Cry Instead
94. I'm Only Sleeping
95. Lovely Rita
96. Rocky Raccoon
97. For You Blue
98. Dear Prudence
99. Julia
100. I've Just Seen a Face

Filmography:
•A Hard Day's Night (1964)
•Help! (1965)
•Magical Mystery Tour (1967)
•Yellow Submarine (1968)
•Let It Be (1970)
PLACEMENT ON DDD LISTS (as of 2/07):
Greatest Rock Artists - # 1
Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Artists of the 60s - # 1
Greatest Rock Songwriters - # 1 (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
Most Influential Rock 'n' Roll Artists - # 2
Greatest Lyricists Of Rock N' Roll - # 4 (John Lennon), #12 (Paul McCartney), #49 (George Harrison)
Greatest Rock Bass Guitarists - # 8 (Paul McCartney)
Greatest Rock Pianists - # 18 (Paul McCartney)
Greatest 'Male' Rock Vocalists - # 33 (Paul McCartney)
Greatest Rock Drummers - # 47 (Ringo Starr)
Greatest Rock Guitarists - # 57 (George Harrison)
Greatest Rock Albums -
     # 1 (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)
     # 5 (Revolver)
     # 10 (Rubber Soul)
     # 19 (Abbey Road)
     # 26 (The White Album)
     # 71 (A Hard Day's Night)
Greatest Rock Albums Of The '60s -
     # 1 (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)
     # 3 (Revolver)
     # 5 (Rubber Soul)
     # 8 (Abbey Road)
     # 11 (The White Album)
     # 20 (Please Please Me)
     # 22 (A Hard Day's Night)
     # 39 (Magical Mystery Tour)
     # 46 (With The Beatles)
     # 55 (Help!)
Greatest Rock Albums Of The '70s - # 73 (Let It Be)
Greatest Lyric Albums - # 7 (Rubber Soul), #15 (The White Album), #21 (Abbey Road) #30 (Revolver)
Greatest Rock Songs (top 100) - #11 (Hey Jude), #27 (She Loves You), #34 (A Day In The Life), #57 (Let It Be), #70 (I Want To Hold Your Hand), #80 (Yesterday), #97 (Twist And Shout)
Greatest Rock Ballads - # 3 (Let It Be), #7 (Hey Jude), #10 (Yesterday), #13 (Something), #17 (In My Life)
Greatest Psychedelic Songs -
     # 2 (Tomorrow Never Knows)
     #10 (Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds)
     #46 (Strawberry Fields Forever)
Related Links:
Beatles.com (Official Website)
The Cavern Club Timeline
Beatles Timeline
JohnLennon.com
John Lennon FBI Files
Mersey Beat (UK)
The Beatles Butcher Cover - What You NEED To Know!

Beatles (It was forty years ago today) (DDD Article)
Top Ten Most Valuable Records (DDD Article)
Happy 40th Birthday To Abbey Road (DDD Article)
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