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Hey Jude (original title: The Beatles Again) is a 1970 collection of non-album singles and B-sides by the Beatles.
Hey Jude topped the charts in Britain for two weeks and for 9 weeks in America, where it became The Beatles longest-running N. in the US singles chart as well as the single with the longest running time. The Beatles did not record their promotional film until Hey Jude had been on sale in America for a week. They returned to Twickenham Film Studio, using director Michael Lindsay-Hogg who had worked with them on Paperback Writer and Rain
It was originally titled Beatles Again but was changed - however, the first printing of the album features that title on the record. Albums box set but featuring reworked EMI masters
Aah! You say you want a revolution Well, you know We all want to change the world You tell me that it's evolution Well, you know We all want to change the world But when you talk about destruction Don't you know that you can count me out. Don't you know it's gonna be Alright Alright Alright. The B-side of The Beatles' best selling single Hey Jude, Revolution has John Lennon expressing doubt in regard to some of the tactics used by the 1968 protests. Thus Revolution was re-recorded as a distortion-heavy hard rock track.
Hey Jude was initially issued in the UK in 1968 as a 7″45 c/w Revolution. It was recorded at the same time as The Beatles aka The White Album, but was not included on that album, whereas a different take of Revolution was included. Several people answering on here have stated that the compilation LP Hey Jude aka The Beatles Again was not released in the UK, which is correct. The 1967–1970 aka The Beatles Blue compilation 2LP that was released in 1973 is the first UK album with Hey Jude on it. In the rest of the world, Hey Jude was the first album it appeared on. A UK pressing of Hey Jude!.
The Beatles - Hey jude/Revolution, Apple 2276, 1975. All Rights Reserved label print. The Beatles Hey Jude, Revolution 45 Apple Vinyl Record. Part of an estate and sold as untested. 45 RPM Record Beatles Hey Jude, Revolution Apple 2276.
When the Beatles' catalog was first issued on CD in 1987 using only the British album titles and sequences, their non-LP songs were compiled in a two-volume set called Past Masters which rendered Hey Jude and those later collections redundant. However, there is one aspect of the record that remains historically relevant: Its front and back cover photos were taken at John Lennon's Tittenhurst Park estate on Aug.
Army) for duty with the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. Linc from Beaumont, TxThis is the first Beatles record I listened to. Revolution/Hey Jude. My mom still has i. When my sister and I were little we would listen to my parents' 45s.
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