Argentina discography

Singles

From Me To You (The Crickets)
9 August 1963
Odeon POPS DTOA 3135
Odeon single sleeve, 1964 - Argentina
Please Please Me
29 November 1963
Odeon POPS DTOA 3169
Odeon single sleeve, 1964 - Argentina
She Loves You
7 February 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3185
Odeon single sleeve, 1964 - Argentina
I Want To Hold Your Hand
7 February 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3186
Odeon single sleeve, 1964 - Argentina
Twist And Shout
13 March 1964
Odeon Pops 75202 (mono, 78 RPM)
Twist And Shout single artwork - Argentina
All My Loving
30 April 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3217
All My Loving single artwork - Argentina
Roll Over Beethoven
30 April 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3218
Roll Over Beethoven single artwork – Argentina
Can't Buy Me Love
8 May 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3220
Can't Buy Me Love single artwork - Argentina
Boys
4 September 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3249
Boys single artwork - Argentina
A Hard Day's Night
4 December 1964
Odeon POPS DTOA 3274
A Hard Day's Night single artwork - Argentina
I Feel Fine
22 January 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 3279
I Feel Fine single artwork - Argentina
Eight Days A Week
5 March 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 8021
Eight Days A Week single artwork - Argentina
Honey Don't
5 March 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 8028
Honey Don't single artwork - Argentina
I Should Have Known Better
19 March 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 8030
I Should Have Known Better single artwork - Argentina
Ticket To Ride
14 May 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 8043
Ticket To Ride single artwork - Argentina
Help!
3 September 1965
Odeon POPS DTOA 8072
Help! single artwork - Argentina
We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper
14 January 1966
Odeon POPS DTOA 8137
We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper single artwork - Argentina
Michelle
13 May 1966
Odeon POPS DTOA 8162
Michelle single artwork - Argentina
Paperback Writer
22 July 1966
Odeon POPS DTOA 8191
Paperback Writer single artwork - Argentina
Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby
14 October 1966
Odeon POPS DTOA 8213
Yellow Submarine single artwork - Argentina
Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever
24 March 1967
Odeon POPS DTOA 8260
Odeon single sleeve, 1967 - Argentina
All You Need Is Love
31 August 1967
Odeon POPS DTOA 8312
All You Need Is Love single artwork - Argentina
Hello, Goodbye
15 December 1967
Odeon POPS DTOA 8364
Odeon single sleeve, 1967 - Argentina
Lady Madonna
4 May 1968
Odeon POPS DTOA 8365
Lady Madonna single artwork - Argentina
Hey Jude
11 October 1968
Odeon POPS DTOA 8427
Odeon single sleeve, 1968 - Argentina
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
4 April 1969
Apple DTOA 8427
Apple single sleeve
Get Back
30 May 1969
Apple DTOA 8483
Apple single sleeve
The Ballad Of John And Yoko
27 June 1969
Apple DTOA 8486
Apple single sleeve
Birthday
12 September 1969
Apple DTOA 8498
Apple single sleeve
Come Together/Something
23 January 1970
Apple DTOA 8539
Apple single sleeve
Let It Be
24 April 1970
Apple DTOA 8556
Let It Be single artwork – Argentina
The Long And Winding Road
9 October 1970
Apple DTOA 8617
The Long And Winding Road single artwork - Argentina

14 responses on “Argentina discography

  1. pinio65

    SP: Twist y Critos / La Vi Parada Ahi
    Twist And Shout / I Saw Her Standing There
    Odeon Pops 75202 [Mono] Argentyna
    Los Beatles
    Note: 78 RPM speed.
    7.II.1963.
    Firs Beatles single issued in Argentina.

    SP: Para Ti / Gracias Nena
    (From Me To You / Thank You Girl)
    Odeon Pops DTOA 3135[Mono] Argentyna
    Los Grillos
    Los Grillos – The Crickets.
    Next issue were name of the group as Los Beatles.

    SP: Twist y Critos / La Vi Parada Ahi
    (Twist And Shout / I Saw Her Standing There)
    Odeon Pops DTOA 3197 [Mono] Argentyna
    1964
    Reissue. Another cat. number.

  2. pinio65

    7.II.1964
    SP: Twist y Critos / La Vi Parada Ahi
    Twist And Shout / I Saw Her Standing There
    Odeon Pops 75202 [Mono] Argentyna
    Los Beatles
    78 RPM

    13.III.1964
    SP: Twist y Critos / La Vi Parada Ahi
    (Twist And Shout / I Saw Her Standing There)
    Odeon Pops DTOA 3197 [Mono] Argentyna
    The Beatles

    Nota: reissue, new cat. number, 33 RPM

  3. Rafa

    Hello, BeatlesBible

    only an accuracy: the spanish title for the argentinian LP “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, was “La banda del Sargento Pepper”, with a «l» in the word «de».

    I find beatlesbible.com one of the best webpages about the Beatles (maybe the best?). But I see many inaccurate data in the discography section, and I would contribute for the correct info.

    I’ll stay in tune. Sorry for my poor english.

    Greetings from Spain.

  4. Rafa

    The correct cat# for the LP “Help!” is LDS 2122 for mono and SLDS 2122 for stereo.

    The same stereo prefix SLDS must be on the stereo albums of “Rubber Soul”, “Revolver” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”.

  5. Sergio A. Genzon

    Other interesting translations of Beatles song titles in Argentina:
    Strawberry Fields Forever: Frutillas.
    Blacbird: Miralo ( Although the title on the centre paper label on the vinil says Mirlo, blacknird in Spanish).
    Mean Mr. Mustard: Significa Sr. Mustard, then corrected to Malo Sr. Mustard.
    Get Back: Toma Revancha, instead of Regresa or Retrocede, which would have been more in tune with the tone of the lyrics.

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