The Beatles’ fifth album on Capitol Records included the majority of songs from Beatles For Sale, and added I’ll Be Back, She’s A Woman and I Feel Fine.
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The Beatles’ fourth Parlophone/EMI album, Beatles For Sale, contained a mix of Lennon-McCartney originals and cover versions.
I Feel Fine, The Beatles’ eighth Parlophone single was a standalone release not intended for their forthcoming album Beatles For Sale.
On this day Capitol Records in America issued a documentary album, The Beatles’ Story.
Four days before its UK release, Capitol Records in America issued The Beatles’ single I Feel Fine/She’s A Woman, as well as a documentary album, The Beatles’ Story.
The second Beatles EP released this week was Extracts From The Album A Hard Day’s Night.
Two Beatles EPs were released this week in the United Kingdom. The first was Extracts From The Film A Hard Day’s Night.
Ringo Starr gained his first lead vocal on a Beatles single, with the US release of their version of Carl Perkins’ Matchbox.
Two Beatles singles were released on this day by Capitol, an unusual move but one calculated to cash in on the public’s insatiable hunger for Beatles products in 1964.
The Beatles’ fifth US album – their third on Capitol Records – contained eight songs originally released on the UK album A Hard Day’s Night, plus a selection of other recordings.
The title track of The Beatles debut feature film and fourth US album was released as a single on this day in America.
Both the A Hard Day’s Night single and album were released on this day in the United Kingdom.
The Beatles’ fourth US album was the soundtrack for their debut film A Hard Day’s Night.
The Beatles’ fifth EP release in their home country was the first to feature previously unreleased material.
This curious release coupled the German-language version of She Loves You with its original b-side, I’ll Get You.
The first of two Beatles EPs released by Capitol Records was issued on this day. Four By The Beatles had the serial number Capitol EAP 1-2121, and was released only in mono.
Eighteen months after it was released in the United Kingdom, The Beatles’ single / was issued in America.
The follow-up to Meet The Beatles! was issued on this day by the group’s US label Capitol.
The first of three Beatles EPs was released on this day. Simply titled The Beatles, it was issued in mono by the Vee-Jay label as VJEP 1-903.
A single, Do You Want To Know A Secret, was released on this day in the USA.