1962-1966 (UK version, 1973)

By The BeatlesOfficial album • Part of the collection “The Beatles • Post break-up albums

Timeline More from year 1973
Release date:
Apr 02, 1973

Related sessions

This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions






















"Help!" Session #1

Feb 15, 1965


"Help!" Session #4

Feb 18, 1965


"Help!" Session #7

Feb 23, 1965


"Help!" Session #11

Apr 13, 1965


"Help!" Session #12

Apr 18, 1965


"Help!" Session #15

Jun 14, 1965


"Help!" Session #18

Jun 18, 1965
















"Revolver" Session #5

Apr 13, 1966











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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Love Me Do

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:23 • Studio versionB1

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Tambourine
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
George Harrison :
Acoustic rhythm guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer
Andy White :
Drums
Ron Richards :
Producer

Session Recording:
Sep 11, 1962
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Feb 25, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


2.

Please Please Me

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:00 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Harmonica, Lead vocals, Rhythm guitar
George Harrison :
Harmony vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 26, 1962
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Feb 25, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


3.

From Me To You

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:54 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass guitar, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Harmonica, Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Harmony vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Mar 05, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 14, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


4.

She Loves You

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:19 • Studio versionA3 • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Lead guitar, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jul 01, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jul 04, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 08, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 53, Abbey Road


5.

I Want To Hold Your Hand

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:26 • Studio versionD • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass guitar, Handclaps, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Handclaps
John Lennon :
Handclaps, Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Handclaps, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 17, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 07, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


6.

All My Loving

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:08 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Backing vocals, Rhythm guitar
George Harrison :
Backing vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jul 30, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 29, 1963
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road


7.

Can't Buy Me Love

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:11 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar
George Harrison :
Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Second engineer
Norman Smith :
Hi-hat, Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jan 29, 1964
Studio :
EMI Pathé Marconi Studios, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France

Session Mixing:
Jun 22, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road

Disc 2


1.

A Hard Day's Night

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:33 • Studio versionC • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Bongos, Drums
John Lennon :
Electric and acoustic rhythm guitars, Vocals
George Harrison :
Lead guitar
George Martin :
Piano, Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Apr 16, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jun 22, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


2.

And I Love Her

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:29 • Studio versionC • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Congas
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar
George Harrison :
Acoustic lead guitar, Claves
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Feb 25, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Feb 26, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Feb 27, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jun 22, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


3.

Eight Days A Week

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:44 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Handclaps, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Handclaps
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar, Handclaps, Lead vocals
George Harrison :
Handclaps, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 06, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 27, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


4.

I Feel Fine

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:20 • Studio versionC

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Guitar, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 18, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 04, 1964
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


5.

Ticket To Ride

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:10 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Harmony vocals, Lead guitar
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Handclaps, Tambourine
John Lennon :
Double-tracked lead vocals, Rhythm guitar
George Harrison :
Rhythm guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Feb 15, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Feb 23, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


6.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:06 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Guitar, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer
Tony Gilbert :
Violin
Sidney Sax :
Violin
Kenneth Essex :
Viola
Francisco Gabarro :
Cello

Session Recording:
Jun 14, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jun 18, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Disc 3


1.

Help!

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:39 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Tambourine
John Lennon :
Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Backing vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Apr 13, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Apr 18, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 65, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jun 18, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


2.

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:12 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass guitar
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Maracas, Tambourine
John Lennon :
12-string acoustic guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer
Johnnie Scott :
Alto flute, Tenor flute

Session Recording:
Feb 18, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Feb 23, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


3.

We Can Work It Out

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:11 • Studio versionC • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar, Harmonium, Vocals
George Harrison :
Tambourine
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 20, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 28, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 10, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


4.

Day Tripper

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:49 • Studio versionC • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Tambourine
John Lennon :
Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Lead guitar, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 16, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 10, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 65, Abbey Road


5.

Drive My Car

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:25 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Cowbell, Drums
John Lennon :
Piano, Tambourine, Vocals
George Harrison :
Guitar, Harmony vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 13, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 26, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


6.

Norwegian Wood (this Bird Has Flown)

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:01 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Bass drum, Tambourine
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
12-string acoustic guitar, Sitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 12, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Oct 21, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 26, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Disc 4


1.

Nowhere Man

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:40 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Acoustic rhythm guitar, Lead guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Harmony vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 21, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Oct 22, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 26, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


2.

Michelle

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:40 • Studio versionB • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals
George Harrison :
12-string acoustic guitar, Backing vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 03, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 09, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 65, Abbey Road


3.

In My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:24 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Rhythm guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Harmony vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin :
Piano, Producer, Tambourine
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 18, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Oct 22, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 26, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


4.

Girl

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:30 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Acoustic guitar, Vocals
George Harrison :
Acoustic 12-string guitar, Backing vocals, Lead acoustic guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Norman Smith :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 11, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 65, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Nov 15, 1965
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


5.

Paperback Writer

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:15 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Lead guitar, Vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
John Lennon :
Backing vocals, Tambourine
George Harrison :
Backing vocals, Rhythm guitar
George Martin :
Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Apr 13, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 31, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio One, Abbey Road


6.

Eleanor Rigby

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:02 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Vocals
John Lennon :
Harmony vocals
George Harrison :
Harmony vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Recording engineer
Tony Gilbert :
Violin
Sidney Sax :
Violin
John Sharpe :
Violin
Jurgen Hess :
Violin
Stephen Shingles :
Viola
John Underwood :
Viola
Derek Simpson :
Cello
Norman Jones :
Cello

Session Recording:
Apr 28, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 29, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Jun 06, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Recording:
Jun 22, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road


7.

Yellow Submarine

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:40 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass
Ringo Starr :
Drums, Vocals
John Lennon :
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals
George Harrison :
Backing vocals, Tambourine
George Martin :
Backing vocals, Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Backing vocals, Recording engineer
Mal Evans :
Backing vocals, Bass drum
Neil Aspinall :
Backing vocals
Pattie Harrison :
Backing vocals
Brian Jones :
Backing vocals
Marianne Faithfull :
Backing vocals
Alf Bicknell :
Backing vocals

Session Recording:
May 26, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Jun 01, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jun 22, 1966
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

About

From thebeatles.com:

The Red and Blue albums were compiled and released in the spring of 1973, a year when the legend of The Beatles was even bigger than it had been when the group was together.  Three years after the break-up, all four former Beatles were enjoying enormous solo success.

Less greatest hits collections than surveys of The Beatles’ high points, the two double albums became essential introductions for fans who came aboard after The Beatles broke up.  For millions of music lovers born after the mid-fifties, these have been and always will be where The Bealtes experience begins.

Also, by 1973 it was becoming clear that the breakup of The Beatles was not going to be, as many had believed, a temporary thing.  There was still widespread hope that they would reunite at some point, but their continued success as solo artists made it apparent that the four former Beatles were serious about going their separate ways.  The Beatles had never had a career spanning Best-Of or Greatest Hits – in a very real senses all of their LPs were Greatest Hits albums.  They had more hit singles that could fit on even a double album, and to complicate things, some of the group’s most important songs – “A Day In The Life”, The Fool On The Hill”, and in England even Yesterday – were not released as singles.

The Red and Blue albums had to tell The Beatles’ story in limited time, necessarily leaving out many big songs while conveying a sense of the whole history of the group.

 The Red and Blue albums do a  superb job of condensing a rich and complicated musical journey into four discs that move easily through a range of styles.  Through all the changes we always feel at home – because we are in the company of John, Paul, George and Ringo.  They never let us down.

Bill Flanagan

Author – Evening’s Empire

June 2010

From Wikipedia:

1962–1966 (also known as “The Red Album”) is a compilation album by the English rock band The Beatles, spanning the years indicated in the title.

Released with its counterpart 1967–1970 (“The Blue Album”) in 1973, it reached No. 3 in the United Kingdom and No. 1 in the United States Cash Box album chart. However, in Billboard, 1962–1966 peaked at No. 3, while 1967–1970 reached the top spot. The album was re-released in September 1993 on compact disc, charting at No. 3 in the UK.

The album was compiled by Beatles manager Allen Klein. Even though the group had had success with cover versions of songs, most notably with “Twist and Shout“, which made number 2 on the Billboard charts, only songs composed by the Beatles were included. Along with its 1967–1970 counterpart, it compiles every single A-side released by the band in the UK.

As with 1967–1970, this compilation was produced by Apple/EMI at least partially in response to a bootleg collection titled Alpha Omega, which had been sold on television the previous year. Print advertising for the two records made a point of declaring them “the only authorized collection of the Beatles.”

Album covers

For the group’s 1963 debut LP Please Please Me, photographer Angus McBean took the distinctive colour photograph of the group looking down over the stairwell inside EMI House (EMI’s London headquarters in Manchester Square, now demolished). The cover for the 1963 EP The Beatles (No. 1) used a picture from the same shoot.

In 1969, the Beatles asked McBean to recreate this shot. Although the 1969 photograph was originally intended for the planned Get Back album, it was not used when that project saw eventual release in 1970 as Let It Be. Instead, the 1969 photograph, along with an unused photograph from the 1963 photo shoot, was used for both this LP and the cover of 1967–1970.

The inner gatefold photo for both LPs is from the “Mad Day Out” photo session in London on Sunday 28 July 1968.

The album cover was designed by Tom Wilkes.

Release variations

The British and American versions of the vinyl album contain notable differences; for example, “Help!” on the American edition includes the same pseudo-James Bond intro as the mix found on the American Help! soundtrack LP, while the same song on the British edition does not. Also, the British LP uses the stereo “whispering intro” mix of “I Feel Fine“, while the US LP uses the mono mix from Beatles ’65, which is drenched in additional reverb. (See Mix Variations below.)

The first compact disc version was released on 20 September 1993. It was released on two discs for the price of two albums, though it could have fit on to a single disc; EMI stated that this was done to match the release of 1967–1970. The CD version used new digital masters. The first four tracks on the CD release are in mono; the rest of the tracks are in stereo. The tracks “All My Loving“, “Can’t Buy Me Love“, “A Hard Day’s Night“, “And I Love Her” and “Eight Days a Week” made their CD stereo debut with this release.

2010 remastered version

EMI announced on 10 August 2010, that the album had been remastered for a second time and, once again, would be released as a two-CD package. The album was released worldwide on 18 October 2010, and 19 October 2010 in North America.

2014 mastered vinyl

The album was reissued on 180 g vinyl in 2014, prepared from the original UK 1973 compilation master. The fake stereo mixes of “Love Me Do” and “She Loves You” were replaced by the true mono versions. […]

Certifications

In the US, the album sold 1,215,338 double LPs by December 31, 1973 and 3,475,942 double LPs by the end of the decade. […]

Mix variations (from Wikipedia):

SongMix used on 1973 UK vinyl editionMix used on 1973 US vinyl editionMix used on 1993 & 2010 CD reissues
“Love Me Do”1963 fake stereo mix
from Please Please Me (stereo version)
1963 fake stereo mix
from The Early Beatles (stereo version)
same as UK vinyl album
1962 mono mix
from Please Please Me (mono version) and later single releases
“Please Please Me”1963 stereo mix
from Please Please Me (stereo version)
1963 stereo mix
from Introducing… The Beatles (stereo version); The Early Beatles (stereo version)
same as UK vinyl album
1963 mono mix
from Please Please Me (mono version) and single release
“From Me to You”1963 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)
1963 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies first appearance on an American LP
same as UK vinyl album, except reversed channels
1963 mono single mix
“She Loves You”1966 fake stereo mix from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)1966 re-EQed mono from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (mono version)1963 mono single mix same as US vinyl album
“I Want to Hold Your Hand”1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)
1964 fake stereo mix
made for the US Meet The Beatles! (stereo version)
1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)
same as UK vinyl album
“All My Loving”1963 stereo mix
from With the Beatles (stereo version)
1963 stereo mix
from Meet the Beatles! (stereo version)
same as UK vinyl album
1963 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“Can’t Buy Me Love”1964 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of A Hard Day’s Night
1964 stereo mix
first released in the US on the Hey Jude album
same as UK vinyl album
1964 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“A Hard Day’s Night”1964 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of A Hard Day’s Night
1964 mono mix
from mono version of A Hard Day’s Night
1964 stereo mix
same as UK vinyl album
“And I Love Her”1964 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of A Hard Day’s Night
1964 stereo mix
from stereo version of Something New
same as UK vinyl album
1964 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“Eight Days a Week”1964 stereo mix
from Beatles for Sale (stereo version)
1964 stereo mix
from Beatles VI (stereo version)
same as UK vinyl album
1964 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“I Feel Fine”1964 stereo mix (with “whispering” intro) made from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)1964 mono mix with additional reverb
from Beatles ’65 (mono version) and US single version
1964 stereo mix
same as UK vinyl album; whispering intro edited out on both CD versions
“Ticket to Ride”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Help!
1965 mono mix
from single and US mono version of Help! album
1987 stereo remix
“Yesterday”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Help!
1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Help!”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Help!
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Help!
same as UK vinyl album but with a “James Bond” intro
1987 stereo remix
“You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Help!
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Help!
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“We Can Work It Out”1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)
1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today
1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version) same as UK vinyl album
“Day Tripper”1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today same as US vinyl album
1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today
1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version); with glitch corrected on the 2010 CD reissue
“Drive My Car”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Rubber Soul
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Nowhere Man”1965 stereo mix
made for UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from stereo version of Yesterday and Today
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Michelle”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Rubber Soul
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“In My Life”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Rubber Soul
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Girl”1965 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Rubber Soul
1965 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Rubber Soul
same as UK vinyl album
1987 stereo remix
“Paperback Writer”1966 stereo mix
from A Collection of Beatles Oldies (stereo version)
1966 stereo mix
from Hey Jude
same as UK vinyl album, except reversed channels
1966 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“Eleanor Rigby”1966 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Revolver
1966 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Revolver same as UK vinyl album
1966 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums
“Yellow Submarine”1966 stereo mix
from UK stereo version of Revolver
1966 stereo mix
from US stereo version of Revolver same as UK vinyl album
1966 stereo mix
same as both vinyl albums

Last updated on May 14, 2021

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