The Beatles - 1967-1970
Label: Capitol Records (Blue Label)
Catalog#: SKBO 3404
Format: 2x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Gatefold
Vinyl: VG++, clean
Cover: VG++, ( see pic)
Includes original inner lyric sleeves
Country: Canada issue
Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
A1 Strawberry Fields Forever 4:05
A2 Penny Lane 2:57
A3 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1:59
A4 With A Little Help From My Friends 2:46
A5 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 3:25
A6 A Day In The Life 5:03
A7 All You Need Is Love 3:57
B1 I Am The Walrus 4:35
B2 Hello Goodbye 3:24
B3 The Fool On The Hill 3:00
B4 Magical Mystery Tour 2:48
B5 Lady Madonna 2:14
B6 Hey Jude 7:06
B7 Revolution 3:21
C1 Back In The U.S.S.R. 2:45
C2 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 4:46
C3 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 3:10
C4 Get Back 3:09
C5 Don't Let Me Down 3:30
C6 The Ballad Of John & Yoko 2:55
C7 Old Brown Shoe 3:17
D1 Here Comes The Sun 3:04
D2 Come Together 4:16
D3 Something 2:59
D4 Octopus's Garden 2:49
D5 Let It Be 4:01
D6 Across The Universe 3:51
D7 The Long And Winding Road 3:40
Written-By - Harrison (tracks: C2, C7, D1, D3) , Lennon & McCartney (tracks: A1 to C1, C3 to C6, D2, D5 to D7)
This is the first Canadian pressing with blue Capitol labels.
1973 EMI Records Limited. Manufactured in Canada by Capitol Records-EMI of Canada Limited. Printed in Canada.
Recorded in England. Mastered at Capitol Studio & Mastering, Hollywood. Pressed at The Lacquer Channel Mastering, Toronto.
Tracks A1 to A7, B2, B5 to C1, C3 to C6, D2, D5 to D7 published by MacLen Music Inc., BMI.
Tracks B1, B3, B4 published by Comet Music Corp., ASCAP.
Tracks C2, C7, D1, D3 published by Harrisongs Music Inc., BMI.
Track D4 published by Startling Music Inc., BMI.
Matrix #s: SKBO 3404-1; SKBO 3404-2; SKBO 3404-3; SKBO 3404-4
Side One Runouts: SKBO.3404 SIDE 1 / TLC-T / JC (in cursive)
Side Two Runouts: SKBO.3404 SIDE•2• / TLC-T / JC (in cursive)
Side Three Runouts: SKBO-3-3404-G24 / ➅ (on its side) / MASTERED BY CAPITOL (upside down)
Side Four Runouts: SKBO.3404 SIDE 4 / TLC-A / JC (in cursive)
Even as the Beatles began heading toward an inevitable break-up, their prolific ways continued. Excerpts from Sgt. Pepper, Magical Mystery Tour, the white album, Abbey Road, and Let It Be compete for space with classic singles that do as much or more to prove their eclecticism: the epic ballad "Hey Jude", the plaintive "Strawberry Fields Forever", straight rock & roll of all stripes from the plainspoken "Revolution" and "Get Back" to the surreal "Come Together". Decades after the split, this (and its companion set of 1962-1966 cuts) remains a favoured introduction for young listeners and a key sampler for veteran fans.
Beatles - Come Together
The Beatles - All You Need Is Love
The Beatles - All You Need Is Love
The Beatles - Get Back
on Apple HQ rooftop
Beatles - Penny Lane
This song is so chill
The Beatles - Hey Jude
Beatles - Eleanor Rigby
The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
Beatles - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles were geniuses, the drugs wouldn't have made that much difference to their creativity, it just meant they did a few bizarre tunes and let Ringo lose on the mike.
The Beatles - Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds -
from the movie Yellow Submarine
Julian Lennon one day came home with a picture and it was lucy in the sky and diamonds around her and john lennon wrote a song about her. she was alive and she was proof but she didnt want to get involved because she hated drugs and wanted nothing to do with it and people said they made the song when they were on LSD a drug Lucy Sky Diamonds: Not true though