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I saw one for CD's but not vinyl, so here's mine, i'd like to hear about your's (my family was fairly rich and my mother loved The Beatles) (stereo unless said otherwise):

From my mother when it first came out:

Albums:

Meet The Beatles

The Beatles Second Album

A Hard Day's Night

Something New

The Beatles Story

Beatles 65'

The Early Beatles

Beatles VI

Help !

Rubber Soul

Yesterday And Today (2nd state butcher)

Revolver (one of the few who prefer the US version)

Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Magical Mystery Tour

The Beatles

Yellow Submarine

Abbey Road

Hey Jude

Let It Be

1962-1966

1967-1970

Rock And Roll Music (1976)

The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl

Solo:

Live Peace In Toronto 1969

John Lennon /Plastic Ono Band

Imagine

Shaved Fish

The Family Way

McCartney

Band On The Run

Venus And Mars

All Things Must Pass

Singles:

She Loves You

I Want To Hold Your Hand

My Bonnie (1964)

Please Please Me /From Me To You

Twist And Shout

Can't Buy Me Love

Love Me Do (1964)

A Hard Day's Night

I'll Cry Instead

And I Love Her

Matchbox

I Feel Fine

Eight Days A Week

Ticket To Ride

Help !

Yesterday

We Can Work It Out /Day Tripper

Nowhere Man

Paperback Writer

Eleanor Rigby

Strawberry Fields Forever /Penny Lane

All You Need Is Love

Hello, Goodbye

Lady Madonna

Hey Jude

Get Back

The Ballad Of John And Yoko

Come Together /Something

Let It Be

The Long And Winding Road

Got To Get You Into My Life

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With A Little Help From My Friends

The Beatles Movie Medley/I'm Happy Just To Dance With You

Solo:

Give Peace A Chance

Cold Turkey

Instant Karma

Mother

Imagine

(Just Like) Starting Over

Another Day

Jet

Band On The Run

Maybe I'm Amazed

EP's:

4 By The Beatles

Four By The Beatles

The Beatles Christmas Album

Christmas Time (Is Here Again)

The Beatles 1969 Christmas Album

Bootlegs:

A Toot And A Snore In 74'

From my older brother when it first came out:

Anthology 1 -3

Back To The Egg

McCartney II

Rock And Roll

Wonderful Christmastime

Say, Say, Say

Other sources (mainly my older brother going to yard sales or stuff that was going to be thrown away):

Introducing The Beatles (mono)

Beatlemania With The Beatles (mono)

Long Tall Sally (mono)

The Beatles With Tony Sheridan And Their Guests

The Beatles Movie Medley/Fab Four On Film

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I only own three on vinyl any more: Sgt. Pepper , Revolver , and Yellow Submarine .

The rest I have on CD.

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The Hippie Chick said
I only own three on vinyl any more: Sgt. Pepper , Revolver , and Yellow Submarine .

The rest I have on CD.  

Original pressings or reissue. Also, First gen fan or second. Wonder why you got rid of your vinyl for CD, CD isn't any better than vinyl when you think about it.

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Okay, here's mine so far.  They're pretty much all in stereo, and I'm not really sure if they're first pressings or not... A lot of these are inherited from my dad by the way.

 

Meet The Beatles

Rubber Soul (American)

Revolver (American)

All You Need Is Love (single)

Yellow Submarine

Abbey Road (first part of side two is scratched up pretty badpaul-mccartney)

1962-1966 (The Red Album )

1967-1970 (The Blue Album , very beginning of side 3 is scratched)

The Beatles 1st Live Recordings Vol. 1

The Beatles Historic Sessions

Rarities

Two Virgins (Somewhat ashamed to admit I own this onetwo-virgins)

Live Peace In Toronto 1969

Shaved Fish

Band On The Run

Wings At The Speed Of Sound

London Town (No poster)

Wings Greatest (With posterpaul-mccartney-thumb_gif)

McCartney II

All Things Must Pass (No poster, but first pressing!)

Extra Texture (Read All About It)

33 & 1/3

Somewhere In England

 

Overall, I think I'm doing pretty well, though I really want Sgt. Pepper ...

Grooving some cookie spaghetti since 1968.

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Overall, I think I'm doing pretty well, though I really want Sgt. Pepper ...  

I also recommend The Beatles (AKA the White Album ), some of their best songs are on there ("Back In The U.S.S.R.", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps ", "Happiness Is A Warm Gun ", "Yer Blues ", "Revolution 1 ", "Dear Prudence ", the list goes on). My only flaw with it is that they should've replaced Can You Take Me Back, Revolution 9 , and Good Night with Hey Jude .

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LP's

Beatles

Please Please Me (x2)

With The Beatles (x2)

Meet The Beatles (US)

A Hard Days Night Soundtrack (US)

A Hard Days Night

The Beatles Story (US)

Beatles For Sale

Beatles VI (US)

Help !

Help ! Soundtrack (US)

Rubber Soul

Yesterday and Today

Revolver

A Collection of Beatles Oldies (But Goldies)

Sgt Pepper (x2)

Magical Mystery Tour

The Beatles

Yellow Submarine

Abbey Road

Let It Be (x2)

Hey Jude (UK pressing)

Red Album

Blue Album

Rock And Roll Music (Double LP and Two Single Volumes)

Love Songs

Beatles Live At The Star Club (non-official)

Live At The Hollywood Bowl

Rarities (UK Pressing x 2)

Ballads

The Beatles Box (volumes 1 - 8)

20 Greatest Hits

Reel Music

Live At The BBC  

Anthology 1 - 3

Beatles Featuring Tony Sheridan (ahdn_paul_01)

Beatles Greatest Hits Volume 2 (Australian)

20 Golden Hits (German)

The Essential Beatles (Australian)

The Beatles Greatest (Netherlands)

Abbey Road (Picture Disc)

Let It Be (Picture Disc)

 

It bugs me a little that I dont have 'Past Masters ' but if i filled in the gap it would need to be the 1988 version. Have no desire to get the others after 'Anthology 3 '

Lennon

Live Peace Over Toronto

Plastic Ono Band

Imagine  

Rock n Roll

Shaved Fish

Double Fantasy

John Lennon Collection (UK and US pressings) 

Milk And Honey

Live In New York City

Wonsaponatime (Anthology Selections)

 

McCartney

McCartney

Red Rose Speedway

Band On The Run

Venus And Mars

Wings At The Speed Of Sound

Wings Over America

London Town (x2)

Wings Greatest

McCartney

McCartney Interview

Pipes Of Peace

Give My Regards To Broadstreet

Press To Play

All The Best

Flowers In The Dirt

CHOBA B CCCP

Harrison

All Things Must Pass

Living In The Material World

Dark Horse

Thirty Three & 1/3

Best of

Cloud 9

Ringo

Ringo

Travel Wilburys

Travel Wilburys Volume 1

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@sgtpepper63 

Yeah, I love the White Album .  It's actually my favorite Beatles album!  I really want that on vinyl too, but it seems harder to find than Sgt. Pepper .  I might just get reproductions of both.

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sgtpepper63 said

Original pressings or reissue. Also, First gen fan or second. Wonder why you got rid of your vinyl for CD, CD isn't any better than vinyl when you think about it.  

They're originals, belonged to my parents except for Revolver which was the first LP I ever owned, I was seven or so years old. I didn't "get rid of" them. A lot went with my bio father in the divorce.

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LP's

Beatles

Please Please Me (x2)

With The Beatles (x2)

Meet The Beatles (US)

A Hard Days Night Soundtrack (US)

A Hard Days Night

The Beatles Story (US)

Beatles For Sale

Beatles VI (US)

Help !

Help ! Soundtrack (US)

Rubber Soul

Yesterday and Today

Revolver

A Collection of Beatles Oldies (But Goldies)

Sgt Pepper (x2)

Magical Mystery Tour

The Beatles

Yellow Submarine

Abbey Road

Let It Be (x2)

Hey Jude (UK pressing)

Red Album

Blue Album

Rock And Roll Music (Double LP and Two Single Volumes)

Love Songs

Beatles Live At The Star Club (non-official)

Live At The Hollywood Bowl

Rarities (UK Pressing x 2)

Ballads

The Beatles Box (volumes 1 - 8)

20 Greatest Hits

Reel Music

Live At The BBC  

Anthology 1 - 3

Beatles Featuring Tony Sheridan (ahdn_paul_01)

Beatles Greatest Hits Volume 2 (Australian)

20 Golden Hits (German)

The Essential Beatles (Australian)

The Beatles Greatest (Netherlands)

Abbey Road (Picture Disc)

Let It Be (Picture Disc)

 

It bugs me a little that I dont have 'Past Masters ' but if i filled in the gap it would need to be the 1988 version. Have no desire to get the others after 'Anthology 3 '

Lennon

Live Peace Over Toronto

Plastic Ono Band

Imagine  

Rock n Roll

Shaved Fish

Double Fantasy

John Lennon Collection (UK and US pressings) 

Milk And Honey

Live In New York City

Wonsaponatime (Anthology Selections)

 

McCartney

McCartney

Red Rose Speedway

Band On The Run

Venus And Mars

Wings At The Speed Of Sound

Wings Over America

London Town (x2)

Wings Greatest

McCartney

McCartney Interview

Pipes Of Peace

Give My Regards To Broadstreet

Press To Play

All The Best

Flowers In The Dirt

CHOBA B CCCP

Harrison

All Things Must Pass

Living In The Material World

Dark Horse

Thirty Three & 1/3

Best of

Cloud 9

Ringo

Ringo

Travel Wilburys

Travel Wilburys Volume 1  

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Thinking about it, if there's one thing I like about the US releases over the UK releases (besides they're what I grew up with) is that they include songs like "She Loves You ", "I Want To Hold Your Hand ", and "Hey Jude ", whereas in the UK, you have to buy the single, which therefore makes you think the albums are nothing but filler. Who's stupid idea was that, I'd sure like to tell him that it's messed up. Also, I kind of like how Beatles 65' took out most of the more rocky-ish songs and replaced them with "I'll Be Back ".

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Is it just me or are you British.  

I'm Scottish.

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I saw one for CD's but not vinyl, so here's mine, i'd like to hear about your's (my family was fairly rich and my mother loved The Beatles) (stereo unless said otherwise):

Other than never owning a Butcher cover, I bought all the Canadian Capitol records in the early 70’s after I fell in love with the Red Album .  Now they are all gone.

Bought the 2009 stereo CD set and sold it.  Still have the 2009 mono set, not sure why, I don’t play CDs anymore.

Bought the 2012 stereo LP set, sold it but kept the black box. 

A Couple of years ago, I went on a mission buying all the UK original “mono" Parlophone LPs, EPs & Singles, and of course the Apple records, White Album , Yellow Submarine , Abbey Road & Let It Be . Took me 2 years, ‘cause I ain’t rich!

  Now they all live in my black box.   heart http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk38/rickdelsie/The%20Beatles/parlunread_zps28270d9d.gif

 

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I need to add, my mom has a "trunk" cover Yesterday And Today. I mentioned in the Butcher Cover thread that I was reticent to peel it and see if it's a pasted over Butcher. I don't think it is, now anyway looking at what someone in that thread said to look for. 

 

So that's four LPs here.

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I'm Scottish.  

Well, I was close. Still part of the UK though and therefore follows the UK discography.

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I'm Scottish.  

Wow, just when I thought I had you figured out!!!!!   a-hard-days-night-george-10

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Wow, just when I thought I had you figured out!!!!!   a-hard-days-night-george-10  

Suppose you'd better put it in the 'Things You Learnt Today' thread.

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Okey dokey, here's what I've got so far:

Beatles

LPs

- The White Album , 1968 pressing (with both posters a-hard-days-night-george-9)

- Sgt. Pepper (gray-pink marbled vinyl; I'm guessing that it's from the late seventies, but I'm not sure)(Edit: It also has the cutouts intact. No clue how I forgot to mention that. a-hard-days-night-john-7)

- Rock 'N' Roll Music Vol. 2

- Revolver (reissue)

- Revolver (German pressing; it has Apple labels so I'm assuming it's from the seventies or eighties or somewhere around then)

- 1962-1966 (original pressing)

- 1967-1970 (original pressing; this one is really interesting, as the second record (side 3 & 4) have the correct music on them, but side 4 has the side 2 label on it. Weird a-hard-days-night-paul-10)

45s

- My Bonnie /The Saints (Canadian pressing)

 

Paul

LPs

- Band On The Run (original; with Helen Wheels, and it has all the photo-sheet-thingies paul-mccartney-thumb_gif)

 

George

45s

- All Those Years Ago/Writing's on the Wall 

- This Song/Learning How to Love You 

- What Is Life/Apple Scruffs

 

Also Beatley I Suppose:

- Julian's Valotte (original pressing)

 

I'll come back and update when necessary, of course.

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To @Bongo

Other than never owning a Butcher cover, I bought all the Canadian Capitol records in the early 70’s after I fell in love with the Red Album .  Now they are all gone.

I know this is a weird question to ask, but do you remember The Beatles when they were around. From the information you're telling me, it's safe to assume you were born anywhere from 1958-1967 (my guess is 1965, but you're the one to know). I was born in 1963 and remember The Beatles fondly (mostly from their TV show (what got me into them in the first place) and the Yellow Submarine movie, but also of the music) and the first album I bought was Paranoid by Black Sabbath when I was 8 years old.

Bought the 2009 stereo CD set and sold it.  Still have the 2009 mono set, not sure why, I don’t play CDs anymore.

The only CD's I've bought are blank ones because I like to get it off the internet and if I'm going to buy it, I want it on vinyl (don't know what stupid drunk came up with the idea of ITunes AKA spend money on a digital file (someone must've gotten high)). Also, is it just me or does Steve Jobs like The Beatles.

Bought the 2012 stereo LP set, sold it but kept the black box.

You're kidding me. You sold the records, but kept the box.

A Couple of years ago, I went on a mission buying all the UK original “mono" Parlophone LPs, EPs & Singles, and of course the Apple records, White Album , Yellow Submarine , Abbey Road & Let It Be . Took me 2 years, ‘cause I ain’t rich!

Impressive, what albums did you find in stereo. What I did with me and my older brother's collection handed down from our mother (long story, pretty much I live with him because it's hard to pay rent nowadays) is I got all the albums (Meet The Beatles, The Beatles Second Album, A Hard Day's Night , Something New, The Beatles Story, Beatles 65', The Early Beatles, Beatles VI, Help !, Rubber Soul , Yesterday And Today, Revolver , Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour , The Beatles, Yellow Submarine , Abbey Road , Hey Jude , Let It Be , 1962-1966, 1967-1970, Rock And Roll Music , The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl, and Anthology 1 -3 (bought by my older brother)) and we made homemade picture frames to put them on the wall and show off (we did the same with the singles too, I also have ones in my room for Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath, Paranoid, Master Of Reality, Volume 4, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Sabotage, We Sold Our Soul For Rock And Roll, Technical Ecstasy, Never Say Die, Heaven And Hell, The Mob Rules, Live Evil, and Born Again), Queen (Queen, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night At the Opera, A Day At The Races, News Of The World, Jazz, Live Killers, The Game, and Flash Gordon), AC/DC (High Voltage (US), Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (US), Let There Be Rock (US), Powerage, Highway To Hell, For Those About To Rock (We Salute You), and 74' Jailbreak), and Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin III, Led Zeppelin IV, Houses Of The Holy, Physical Graffiti, Presence, The Song Remains The Same, In Through The Out Door, and Coda)). All of my friends thought it looked cool.

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Okey dokey, here's what I've got so far:

Beatles

LPs

- The White Album , 1968 pressing (with both posters a-hard-days-night-george-9)

- Sgt. Pepper (gray-pink marbled vinyl; I'm guessing that it's from the late seventies, but I'm not sure)

- Rock 'N' Roll Music Vol. 2

- Revolver (reissue)

- Revolver (German pressing; it has Apple labels so I'm assuming it's from the seventies or eighties or somewhere around then)

- 1962-1966 (original pressing)

- 1967-1970 (original pressing; this one is really interesting, as the second record (side 3 & 4) have the correct music on them, but side 4 has the side 2 label on it. Weird a-hard-days-night-paul-10)

45s

- My Bonnie /The Saints (Canadian pressing)

 

Paul

LPs

- Band On The Run (original; with Helen Wheels, and it has all the photo-sheet-thingies paul-mccartney-thumb_gif)

 

George

45s

- All Those Years Ago/Writing's on the Wall 

- This Song/Learning How to Love You 

- What Is Life/Apple Scruffs

 

Also Beatley I Suppose:

- Julian's Valotte (original pressing)

 

I'll come back and update when necessary, of course.  

I'm impressed you have all the original posters, I have all the posters too (not in the sleeve, but you get the point). Sadly, we actually cut out the Sgt. Pepper cutouts and used them as toys (I was 4 and my older brother was 5 at the time, so it made perfect sense to us then, plus, there weren't a lot of Beatles toys in America (at least as far as I remember)). I still have the cutouts though, but there all cut up.

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To @Bongo

I know this is a weird question to ask, but do you remember The Beatles when they were around. From the information you're telling me, it's safe to assume you were born anywhere from 1958-1967 (my guess is 1965, but you're the one to know). I was born in 1963 and remember The Beatles fondly and the first album I bought was Paranoid by Black Sabbath when I was 8 years old.
The only CD's I've bought are blank ones because I like to get it off the internet and if I'm going to buy it, I want it on vinyl (don't know what stupid drunk came up with the idea of ITunes AKA spend money on a digital file (someone must've gotten high)). Also, is it just me or does Steve Jobs like The Beatles.

Impressive, what albums did you find in stereo. 

Too funny, you sound like me.  Ya I was born in ’63.  My 3 teenage sisters where Beatles nuts in the 60s, but I started liking them due to my older brother playing their records, so I had to have my own.  They were all stereo except for the 1st 3 Canadian LPs were mono only.  There was no stereo option with those 3.

And later on, I got into those heavier bands (Sabbath, Zeppelin etc, then Heavy metal in the 80’s).  I had some 8-Tracks, but I got into making my own cassettes. Remember those?  Then I burned my own CDs, like most people.

The reason I sold my 2009 stereo CDs, was because I had them all in iTunes and wasn’t playing them, and I hated those stupid stereo CD covers. Also sold off the Capitol CD box sets too.

The plan to collect the original UK LPs was the reason I sold off my 2012 LPs, and I knew that black box was a perfect place to store them, instead of an old record crate.

From what I’ve heard/read, Steve Jobs loved the Beatles and was thrilled when the controversy was over regarding the Apple name, and the Beatles finally agreed to release their stuff on iTunes.  I’m glad they did, but I already had my Beatles CDS in iTunes before that finally happened anyways.

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