Beatles discography: Spain


The Beatles
27 January 1964
Odeon MOCL 120 (mono)
Please Please Me album artwork - Spain
With The Beatles
23 May 1964
Odeon MOCL 121 (mono)
With The Beatles album artwork - Spain
Que Noche La De Aquiel Dia
10 October 1964
Odeon MOCL 122 (mono)
Que Noche La De Aquiel Dia (A Hard Day's Night) album artwork - Spain
Beatles For Sale
4 January 1965
Odeon MOCL 125 (mono)
Beatles For Sale album artwork - Spain
25 October 1965
Odeon MOCL 136 (mono)
¡Socorro! (Help!) album artwork - Spain
Rubber Soul
12 February 1966
Odeon MOCL 5300 (mono)
Odeon PCSL 5300 (stereo)
Rubber Soul album artwork
17 September 1966
Odeon MOCL 5308 (mono)
Odeon PCSL 5308 (stereo)
Revolver album artwork
A Collection Of Beatles Oldies
6 March 1967
Odeon MOCL 5314 (mono)
Odeon PCSL 5314 (stereo)
A Collection Of Beatles Oldies album artwork
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8 June 1967
Odeon MOFL 9000 (mono)
Odeon PFSL 9000 (stereo)
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album artwork
The Beatles (White Album)
30 December 1968
Odeon MOCL 5327/8 (mono)
Odeon PCSL 5327/8 (stereo)
The Beatles (White Album) artwork
Yellow Submarine
30 April 1969
Odeon 1J-062-04.002 (stereo)
Yellow Submarine album artwork
The Beatles Again
20 March 1970
Odeon 1J-062-04.348 (stereo)
Hey Jude album artwork
Abbey Road
20 October 1969
Odeon 1J-062-04.243 (stereo)
Abbey Road album artwork
Let It Be
20 June 1970
Odeon 1J-062-04.433 (stereo)
Let It Be album artwork
Por Siempre Beatles (Beatles Forever)
8 October 1971
Odeon 1J-060-04.973 (mono)
Por Siempre album artwork - Spain

8 responses on “Beatles discography: Spain

    1. Rafa

      «The Ballad of John and Yoko» was only banned on the “Hey Jude” album (1970) and on the “The Beatles/1967-1970” double album (1973). The single was, actually, released in Spain in 1969 (Odeon ?– 1J 006-04.108).

  1. Rafa

    Hello, BeatlesBible

    I would only say that the second spanish EP (“The Beatles’ Hits”) had this songs:

    Side 1:
    «Ella te ama» («She Loves You»)
    «Te tendré» («I’ll Get You»)
    Side 2:
    «Para ti» («From Me to You»)
    «Gracias chiquilla» («Thank You Girl»)

    Greetings from Spain.

  2. santi

    a couple of oddities on the spanish edition
    1. on the beatles (WA) (mono version) at the end of helter skelter, john´s scream: I´ve got blisters on my fingers) was erased.
    2. the stereo cover of splhcb, was the same as the mono one, the only difference is the word: estereofonico written on the right top hand side.
    3. also the cover of the single yellow submarine is unique.

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