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Performer: The Beatles
Title: Beatles Greatest
Country: Germany
Category: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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1963 - Please Please Me. 1963 - With The Beatles. 1964 - A Hard Day& Night. 1964 - Beatles For Sale. 1967 - Sgt. Pepper& Lonely Hearts Club Band. 1969 - Yellow Submarine.

Appears On: Beatles for Sale. Related, The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time: Paul McCartney, Photos: The Beatles on the Cover of Rolling Stone, Fifty Years Ago Today: The Beatles First Played Liverpool's Cavern Club. McCartney liked it too - at one of the Let It Be sessions in 1969, the Beatles recorded an informal, jokey version with McCartney singing lead.

20 Greatest Hits is a compilation album featuring a selection of songs by The Beatles that were number one singles in the UK and US. It was released on 11 October 1982 in the United States and 18 October in the United Kingdom and marked the 20th anniversary of The Beatles' first record release, "Love Me Do," in the UK in October 1962

Greatest Hits Volume 1 is a greatest hits compilation album by The Beatles which was exclusive to Australia, Singapore and New Zealand. The album was compiled by EMI Australia to fill in the gap between Rubber Soul and Revolver (much like A Collection of Beatles Oldies would in 1966 in between Revolver and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)

The Beatles’ eighth LP and perennial ‘best album ever’ chart-topper Sgt Pepper’s only managed a fourth place spot in your list. But while some might call it overrated, it is, without a doubt, a defining record of psychedelic rock which invented, reinvented and simultaneous wrote and ripped up the rule book of experimental recording. In third place with a well-deserved 16% of the overall vote is The Beatles ninth, self-titled LP, often referred to as The White Album. The album features George Harrison’s arguably best song to date While My Guitar Gently Weeps while Yoko Ono’s influence also becomes apparent with Revolution 9.

The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.

Fifty years ago, The Beatles’ ninth album ‘made a fitting capstone for one of the most wildly eventful years of the 20th Century’ but remains as mysterious and elusive as Moby-Dick. Whether or not you consider it the best Beatles album (I do), it’s certainly the most Beatles album. There’s something about The White Album that invites listeners to mess around with it. Joan Didion stole its title for her 1979 essay collection, an elegy for the dreams of 1960s California. The producer Danger Mouse chopped it to pieces and recombined the fragments with vocals from Jay-Z’s The Black Album to create his 2004 mash-up The Grey Album. The jam band Phish covered all 30 songs on stage on Halloween night, 1994. Charles Manson, notoriously, had his own theories

The Beatles' final album, which was actually recorded before 'Abbey Road' but released after, was mired in confusion. After the sprawling and tension-filled sessions for 'The White Album,' in which the four members basically became each other's backing bands, the Beatles secluded themselves in the studio, hoping to rekindle their passion for music and each other. It didn't work out that way. The album sat on the shelves for more than a year, until producer Phil Spector tried assembling a record from the aborted sessions

You could call it Beatles Revolution. Back in 1970, the Beatles were breaking apart. John and Yoko were together, Paul was with Linda, George found spirituality, and Ringo, well, he was and still is the coolest man ever. Up until this point, the Beatles had been master architects and craftsmen in the studio with the help of producer, George Martin. Specifically, Abbey Road was released on September 26, 1969, and was really the Beatles last album. It would not only arguably be the Beatles' greatest album but the greatest album of all time. Here is our case for what could have been the greatest album that never was, which we would call Beatles Revolution. Just like Sgt. Pepper’s was a breakthrough concept album, Revolution would be a concept album leading the listener through the story of the Beatles' final goodbye.


1 I Want To Hold Your Hand
2 Twist And Shout
3 A Hard Day's Night
4 Eight Days A Week
5 I Should Have Known Better
6 Long Tall Sally
7 She Loves You
8 Please Mr. Postman
9 I Feel Fine
10 Rock And Roll Music
11 Ticket To Ride
12 Please Please Me
13 It Won't Be Long
14 From Me To You
15 Can't Buy Me Love
16 All My Loving (Alternate Mix)
17 Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand (Clean Intro)
18 Twist And Shout (Swedish Radio)
19 A Hard Day's Night (Takes 2-4)
20 I Should Have Known Better
21 Long Tall Sally (From Us To You #4)
22 She Loves You (Live In Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl, 23rd August 1964)
23 Please Mr. Postman
24 If I Fell (1964 Demo)
25 I Feel Fine (Live In Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl, 23rd August 1964)
26 Rock And Roll Music (Saturday Club, 26th December 1964)
27 Ticket To Ride (Take 2)
28 From Me To You (Take 7)
29 All My Loving (Live In Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl, 23rd August 1964)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMO 83991 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp) Odeon SMO 83991 Germany 1965
OMHS 3001 The Beatles Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Gol) Parlophone, Odeon OMHS 3001 Netherlands 1975
OMHS 3001 Beatles* Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Parlophone Odeon, Odeon, Parlophone OMHS 3001 Netherlands Unknown
1C 062-04 207 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Odeon 1C 062-04 207 Germany Unknown
1C 062-04 207 The Beatles The Beatles' Greatest ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Odeon, EMI Electrola 1C 062-04 207 Germany 1973