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 …
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.
The Beatles' sixth UK single, Can't Buy Me Love, was released on this day.
A US single, Can't Buy Me Love, was released on this day. Its b-side was You Can't Do That.
A US-only single, Twist And Shout, was released on this day. Its b-side was There's A Place.
The Beatles' fourth EP to be released in the United Kingdom contained a mix of songs from the albums Please Please Me and With The Beatles.
Please Please Me had first been released as a single in America on 25 February 1963 but failed to make an impact. To cash in on the success of …
Credited to The Beatles with Tony Sheridan, the single My Bonnie/The Saints was re-released in America on this day, to capitalise on The Beatles' growing fame. The single, which …
The Beatles' first LP on Capitol Records was released while the group were in Paris, just three days after they were told I Want To Hold Your Hand had …
Following their first night of performances at the Olympia Theatre, Paris, The Beatles arrived back at the Hotel George V where they were told that I Want To Hold …
Although it had originally been scheduled for 22 July 1963, the US label Vee-Jay finally released the Introducing The Beatles LP on this day.
The single with which The Beatles arrived in America, I Want To Hold Your Hand was released on Boxing Day 1963 by Capitol Records.
The Beatles' fifth UK single was an instant smash, with pre-orders of more than a million copies.
Precisely eight months on from the release day of their debut album Please Please Me, The Beatles released the follow-up in the United Kingdom.
The Beatles' third UK EP was a collection of four songs taken from their debut album Please Please Me.