They soon made their film debut with A Hard Day's Night (1964). After the group's break-up in 1970, all four members enjoyed success as solo artists. United Artists released a full soundtrack album for the North American market, combining Beatles songs and Martin's orchestral score; elsewhere, the group's third studio LP, A Hard Day's Night, contained songs from the film on side one and other new recordings on side two. According to Erlewine, the album saw them "truly coming into their own as a band.
This article is a list of cover versions recorded and released by the Beatles as a band or solo artists. Ya Ya" (Lee Dorsey) – Walls and Bridges, 1974. Be-Bop-A-Lula (Gene Vincent) – Rock 'n' Roll, 1975. Stand by Me" (Ben E. King) – Rock 'n' Roll, 1975. Rip It Up"/"Ready Teddy" (Little Richard) – Rock 'n' Roll, 1975. You Can't Catch Me" (Chuck Berry) – Rock 'n' Roll, 1975. Ain't That a Shame" (Fats Domino) – Rock 'n' Roll, 1975
Welcome to the Beatles Bible song list . Examine the Beatle album Love Songs and check the release dates of the song. ost of the personal – singer to listener – love songs are pre-Revolver.
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Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the most acclaimed rock album ever and the apogee of the Beatles’ cultural influence in the 1960s, is a time for all those chestnuts and more. But Pepper’s doesn’t make sense if it’s not put in context. And the only way to do that, given the weight of the Beatles’ presence, is to take a look at everything the band put on record over its eight-year recording career. It turns out that ranking the songs recorded by the Beatles in the 1960s is easy; you put the worst one at the top, and the best one at the bottom. The list is based on the band’s British releases,.
This is definitely one of the Beatles best songs. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the album Past Masters Volume 1. For me one of the best songs ever made. One of the greatest songs ever! Its very dark. At the end when it starts to get more and more distorted is just amazing! - dragon13304.
And some Beatles solo albums rank right up there with the band’s best records. It should come as a surprise to no one that John Lennon and Paul McCartney made the best of them. And that George Harrison was responsible for one of the earliest solo classics. But even Ringo Starr made a great album, with a little help from his famous friends and former bandmates. Our list of the Top 10 Beatles Solo Albums mostly comes from the decade following the group’s split, proving that the Fab Four still had some great music in them. Source: Ultimate Classic Rock.
The Beatles' Movie Medley (1982). The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (1968). We ring the Hell's Bells to see what songs and rockers are sincere in their Satanism, and how much of it is an act. James Williamson of Iggy & the StoogesSongwriter Interviews. The Stooges guitarist (and producer of the Kill City album) talks about those early recordings and what really happened with David Bowie. Rosanne CashSongwriter Interviews. Rosanne talks about the journey that inspired her songs on her album The River & the Thread, including a stop at the Tallahatchie Bridge. Steely DanFact or Fiction
That Beatles album is a compilation of the best songs from all four of their solo careers. It seems hard for fans to even remember the solo careers of all four Beatles after their official breakup in 1970. The magic all four men made together was gone and only a reunion could bring it back. And that dream became impossible with the untimely deaths of John Lennon in 1980 and George Harrison in 2001. Since the breakup the only official Beatles songs made were in the mid-1990s when Paul, George and Ringo added their voices and instruments to old demos of John’s songs Free as a Bird and Real Love. For decades, fans have lamented the breakup of The Beatles thinking about what more they could have done together. But the fact that their breakup also gave us many classic solo songs such as Imagine, makes their breakup almost a blessing in disguise.
|1||–George Harrison||All Things Must Pass|
|2||–The Beatles||Hot As Sun|
|3||–The Beatles||Every Night (Version 1)|
|4||–The Beatles||Every Night (Version 2)|
|5||–John Lennon||Gimme Some Truth|
|6||–Paul McCartney||Back Seat Of My Car|
|7||–George Harrison||Hear Me Lord|
|8||–Paul McCartney||Another Day|
|9||–John Lennon||Jealous Guy|
|10||–The Beatles||Teddy Boy|
|11||–George Harrison||Let It Down|
|14||–John Lennon||Bring It On Home To Me|
|15||–John Lennon||Sweet Little Sixteen|
|16||–Paul McCartney||Slippin' And Slidin'|
|17||–The Beatles||Midnight Special (Prisoner's Song)|
|18||–Paul McCartney||Stand By Me|
|19||–The Beatles||Act Naturally|
|20||–The Beatles||The Inner Light|
|21||–Paul McCartney||Strawberry Fields Forever|
|22||–John Lennon||Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey (Birthday Singalong)|
|23||–John Lennon||My Sweet Lord|
|24||–Paul McCartney||Oh! Darling|
|25||–Paul McCartney||Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Vocal Booth)|
|26||–George Harrison||It's All Too Much (Vocal Booth)|
|27||–John Lennon||Rain (Vocal Booth)|
|28||–The Beatles||The Inner Light (Instrumental Backing Track Only)|