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The Beatles Albums 1963 - 1970

Pictured (from Left to Right) are the albums listed below. If anyone has any questions or comments please feel free to email us at the address listed on our contact page.

Please Please Me was presented in 1963 as an album with songs being dedicated to the fans in order for them to try and buy it. Rolling Stone magazine rated this as the thirty-ninth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++

Introducing The Beatles was laid out in the United States in 1963 as the American version of Please Please Me. This has many great songs that are in a different sequence than Please Please Me. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++

With The Beatles was another album to come out in 1963 and it presented songs from other artists as well as they're own adding that Beatle touch. Rolling Stone magazine rated this as the 420th best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++

Meet The Beatles is displayed by many as a true treasure to fans who enjoy the work of the early Beatles because it sums up the great music that was done in 1963. Rolling Stone magazine rated this as the fifty-ninth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++

The Second Album was released in 1964 to the United States as another album that had pursued many great hits of 1963. Releasing singles such as She Loves You, this album was recognized as a true success in many minds. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++

A Hard Day's Night had come out in 1964 with the Beatles first film, presenting many melodies and tunes that opened our hearts to the group many know best as the "Fab Four." Rolling Stone Magazine rated this as the 388th best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Something New came out in 1964, and presented us with old tunes that was love, and some singles that have not been released. I Want To Hold Your Hand was also released for the first time in German on this album, and was pronounced Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++ 

Beatles For Sale was the second Beatles album to be presented in 1964, and it presented many new songs, as well as some songs presented by prior artists. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++

Beatles '65 was released in 1964 to the United States. This album followed Beatles For Sale, holding the same first six tracks. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++ 

Beatles VI was released in 1965 displaying many highlights of the 1964-year. This released many familiar songs along with some singles such as Yes It Is. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++

Help! was the first Beatles album to come out in 1965, presenting their second film with many new and enjoyful songs. Rolling Stone magazine rated this as the 332nd best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++ 

Rubber Soul was introduce in 1965, and made it's way into many living rooms through the Help! Album. Still today it receives many reactions such as "Awesome," "The best work of the Beatles" "Very innovative." Rolling Stone magazine judged it as the fifth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++  The Early Beatles being released in 1965 reintroduces the world to the magic they began to create in 1963. This album once again mixes up the tracks of Please Please Me, and was at one time an American treasure. OVERALL RATING; +++1/2 out of +++++

Revolver was released in 1966, and was the first Beatles album set out for just studio songs. It's presented in many minds as a real piece of art, with Rolling Stone magazine calling it the third best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

A Collection of Beatles Oldies came out in 1966, releasing songs from the group that were originally singles. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

Yesterday And Today came out in 1966, and marks the best United States album. Summarizing the 1965-year with Rubber Soul and the 1966 beginning to Revolver and the singles of Day Tripper and We Can Work It Out, this album is a jewel to any Beatle collection. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band is recognized by many in the music business as very innovative. It was said while making this 1967 masterpiece "whoever had the best idea, is what we'd use." Rolling Stone magazine judged it as the best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

Magical Mystery Tour was the second album presented in 1967. It was mainly Paul McCartney's ideas behind it, because the band was depressed after loosing long time manager Brian Epstein. This consisted of many thoughtful and innovative pieces that managed that expressed the feelings of what was running through the changing Beatle minds. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++

The Beatles "The White Album" has many mixed opinions up to this day. It was an entire turn around from the year before where the group was all colorful, and expressing peaceful images. This album had lasting impressions on the group Metallica and rapper Jay-Z. Both had created an opposite referred to as the Black Album. Rolling Stone magazine judged this innovative album as the tenth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Yellow Submarine was an album that had come out in 1969, and had four new songs along with the songs: Yellow Submarine and All You Need Is Love. George Martin also played a large role in this bringing out many instrumentals. OVERALL RATING: +++1/2 out of +++++Hey Jude was released to the public in 1970, and consisted o scrapped up pieces from the past along with hits like Hey Jude, Revolution, and Lady Madonna. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

Abbey Road came out in 1969, and was the last album the Beatles ever worked on as a group. This album blends together extremely well, and has set with Medleys to conclude it. Rolling Stone magazine rated this as the fourteenth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Hey Jude was released to the public in 1970, and consisted o scrapped up pieces from the past along with hits like Hey Jude, Revolution, and Lady Madonna. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

Let It Be consisted of pieces that were done even before the Beatles created Abbey Road, but this extravagant album was not set for release until 1970. Rolling Stone magazine rated this album as the eighty-sixth best album of all time. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++



 


The Beatles Albums 1970 - 2003

Pictured (from Left to Right) are the albums listed below. If anyone has any questions or comments please feel free to email us at the address listed on our contact page.

The Beatles 1963 -1966 is commonly referred to as the Red Album, and was released to the public in 1973. This contains some of the Beatles greatest hits throughout this time period, and is a must for those who enjoy a wide range of sound. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles 1967 - 1970 is commonly referred to as the Blue Album, and was released in 1973. This album consists of various different hits from this time, and displays a group that has matured to a new level. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Rock And Roll Music was released for the first time in 1976, and it was put out to display all of the Beatles songs with a rocky melody to it. This album is highly recommended for those who enjoy an upbeat sound. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++  

The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl presents the songs that they began their careers with. This album was originally was released in 1977, and is a fine album to start learning about the Beatles successful journey. OVERAL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

The Beatles Love Songs was a double album that was released in 1977. This album was intended to bring out more of the early Beatles, expressing their feelings toward the fans with a variety of love songs. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

The Beatles Box came out in 1980, and presented the world with many songs that we learned to love and cherish. It also brought out many songs in different versions that we were not necessarily accustomed too. When this was first released to the public it had come out in eight albums, and it has been seen as a great album to buy. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Ballads - 20 Original Tracks came out in 1980, and represents yet another superb greatest hits album. The album cover was originally going to be considered for the album Golden Oldies and later The Beatles. It allows many to get into they're later career. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles "Reel Music" was another greatest hits album that came out in 1982. It was intended to represent some of the best songs that they've put out in some of their films. The "Beatles Movie Medley" also came out on this album OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles - 20 Greatest Hits came out in 1982 and represented twenty of the best songs that were released in the 1973 1963 - 1966 (Red Album) and the 1967 - 1970 (Blue Album). OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Past Master Volume 1 came out in 1988 with many Beatles songs, and other singles that had been released for the first time. This album has many high remarks, and ratings and is fantastic for trying to look at an older less commonly heard of version of the Beatles. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Past Masters Volume 2 is the second set of songs that was released from the British catalog. This album was brought out to the public for the first time in 1988, and its newly released songs once again captured the Beatles in the spotlight. OVERALL RATING ++++1/2 out of +++++

The Beatles Live At The BBC had material that was released for the first time in 1994. This double album takes a superb look at the lifestyle of this band, which many recognized as the "Fab Four." This double album takes a look at a few goofs on the Beatles part, and their works on developing early songs such as Ticket To Ride. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Anthology 1 was released for the first time in 1995. This double album presents two new songs titled: Free As A Bird and The Sheik Of Araby. This album also reflects more on the Beatles early career with a little humor and some goofy outtakes that many cherish with a laugh. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Anthology 2 takes a closer look at the rise of their career as a super group. This double album was released in 1995, and gives many a little more of an emphasis on what was going on through the Beatles minds during this time, and releases the song Real Love. Time magazine was quoted calling it "Tonic for the soul." OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

The Beatles Anthology 3 came out in 1996, as the final project of the double anthologies. This album reflects the closing times of a legendary band. It presents what many refer to as a new song, but it's more like an instrumental called A Beginning. One can easily recognize the reflections from the albums Abbey Road, and Let It Be, along with the Beatles study with the Maharishi. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++ 

The Beatles Yellow Submarine (Songtrack) was released in 1999, and was basically seen as a remake of the original Yellow Submarine in 1969 (SEE REVOLVER). This album does not include the George Martin tracks such as the March Of The Meanies, Pepperland, etc. All of those instrumentals were replaced with other hits of the time such as Baby You're A Rich Man. OVERALL RATING: ++++1/2 out of +++++

The Beatles #1 was released in 2000 and has all twenty-seven of the Beatles hits that had peaked to No. 1 in the charts. This album is a great one to start any Beatles collection. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++

Let It Be...Naked came out in 2003 as a redevelopment of the Let It Be album that had come out in 1970. This album has the same tracks with the exception of Maggie Mae, and Dig It being taken off, and Don't Let Me Down being added from the Hey Jude album. This album is a replication of how the songs actually sounded in the studio during the time, and without the editations that Phil Spector had made in the previous Let It Be. Included with this album is a bonus disc titled 'Fly On The Wall,' which consists of the Beatles coming back after break to do some jam sessions and what not. OVERALL RATING: +++++ out of +++++



 



In 2004 The Beatles released a new album with their monos and echoed tones. From what people are telling me this album is good for those who don't have Beatles albums. It's relatively expensive, but has some good new tunes to it. OVERALL RATING: ++++ out of +++++

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