As The Beatles were the first band
I was interested in I have opened this page especially about
them Even today 40 years on I still love the music they
Here you will find a very small
portion of the huge mount of sites dedicated to the Fab Four
covering their music, track lists, and photographs. If you like
The Beatles then this is for you.
- Brennans Newsnet Beatles
A marathon and indeed the very best Beatles site covering recordings, books etc. Lists and Essays.
Their original records as released in
the United Kingdom , the United States ,
The UK list has recording dates, and the US list has a key to where the songs ended up on CD.
- The Usenet Guide to Beatles Recording
VERSION 2 (Brennan). An in-depth guide to differences between
mono and stereo, and so forth.
- The Beatles'
Recordings (Brennan). A guide to the early appearances of the
1961 recordings made for Polydor.
Strawberry Fields Forever:
Putting Together the Pieces (Brennan). How a complicated recording
was made from two takes and many overdubs.
- Songs the Beatles
Didn't Do (Brennan). The songs written by Lennon-McCartney or
Harrison during the Beatles years that were given to other
artists... or to no one.
- A modest proposal for better
What Goes On (Weiss and Brown) is a
guide to mistakes and odd sounds heard on recordings. Some of these
things vary in different mixes, so they get into the Variations guide
too. Variations lovers will want to check
Across the Universe
by Frank Daniels for more detail on US pressings, Capitol and
otherwise. For links I suggest going to
The Internet Beatles Album by
Dave Haber, an excellent and long-running general Beatles page with
lots of articles and pictures.
Rolling Stone has some superb Beatle pictures. You ca even
view in "super size" so it really is a site to visit.
No1: This is an official site
to launch the album of the same name. For such a huge band the site
is not really exciting.
Beatles Page is a superb listing of all things Beatles. Record
listings, values and other items are all here. It is a great and
comprehensive site, definitely not MEAGRE!
- Beatles Tracks
The first Beatles song, Love Me
Do, was recorded at EMI Abbey Road Studio 2 on September 11, 1962. The
last time all four Beatles gathered together in the studio where they
made history was on August 20, 1969, to supervise the Abbey Road mix
and running order. The last Beatles recording session, with John
missing, was on January 3, 1970, to record I Me Mine. Between 1962 and
1970, the Beatles released 221 individual tracks on 19 albums in the
US (14 in the UK) and 39 singles (24 in the UK). There all here!
Photos is the site that enabled me to brigten up this page.
They have pictures to sell and are a must in that catagory.