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The Beatles - Early Beatles
Capitol Records Canada Purple label
Early 80`s Issue
Vg++ clean ( listen)
Cover VG+ VG++ ( cut top left ) (see our pic)
Love Me Do (Lennon-McCartney)
Twist and Shout (Medley-Russell)
Anna (Go to Him) (Alexander)
Ask Me Why (Lennon-McCartney)
Please Please Me (Lennon-McCartney)
P.S. I Love You (Lennon-McCartney)
Baby It's You (Bacharach-David-Williams)
A Taste of Honey (Marlow-Scott)
Do You Want to Know a Secret (Lennon-McCartney)
The Early Beatles is the The Beatles' fifth release on Capitol Records, and their eighth album for the American market. The album resembles more of an early compilation because most of the tracks were featured on the early 1964 Vee-Jay release. The album includes eleven of the fourteen tracks from the group's first British LP Please Please Me. Tracks not included are: "I Saw Her Standing There" (included on Meet the Beatles!), "Misery", and "There's a Place". The latter two tracks would finally get a Capitol LP release in 1980 in the American version of the Rarities album.
Even though Vee Jay had made four Beatles albums from these sessions (all of which had charted), when released on Capitol the album still sold and charted inside the top 50.
The Beatles - Please, Please Me
I think this is the most searched Beatles song on Google
The Beatles created their own legacy and wrote many of some of the greatest songs ever written
Such a hot bass riff!
Another note the Beatles were the 1st to use
reverb. So ahead of their time.
..love this songs and all the songs on the Please, please me album...
The Beatles - Love Me Do
Beatles - Twist & Shout (Live in 65)
Llisten that crowd....freakin amazing
The Beatles - Do you want to know a secret?
George my favorite Beatle
Its incredible how the beatles say many things with a few Words
... George had the best accent. This song proves it.
The Beatles-The boys discuss their beginnings