|published||29. Juli 2012|
|description||The Beatles - "A Collection of Beatles Oldies (But Goodies)" (UK Stereo LP - Parlophone) [Full Album]
01, 00:00 "She Love You" 02, 02:22 "From Me to You" 03, 04:20 "We Can Work It Out" 04, 06:36 "Help!" 05, 08:59 "Michelle" 06, 11:44 "Yesterday" 07, 13:52 "I Feel Fine" 08, 16:12 "Yellow Submarine" 09, 18:55 "Can't Buy Me Love" 10, 21:09 "Bad Boy" 11, 23:31 "Day Tripper" 12, 26:20 "A Hard Day's Night" 13, 28:58 "Ticket to Ride" 14, 32:09 "Paperback Writer" 15, 34:29 "Eleanor Rigby" 16, 36:38 "I Want to Hold Your Hand"
From: Doctor Ebbett's Vinyl Transfer,,, Enjoy!
A Collection of Beatles Oldies (subtitled But Goldies!) is a compilation album featuring a selection of songs by The Beatles recorded between 1.963 and 1.966, The album was released in the United Kingdom and Australia in both mono (catalogue number PMC 7.016) and stereo (PCS 7.016,)
The release of this album was the result of EMI not having any new material by the Beatles for the 1.966 Christmas season in the manner of the previous three years,
The sole new track. a cover of Larry Williams' "Bad Boy". had not yet appeared on a Beatles LP in the UK. but had already been released in the United States on the Capitol album Beatles VI,
The album only reached number 6 in the UK album chart. perhaps because most fans already owned most of the tracks on other releases, However. the album continued to sell reasonably well. remained in print for many years. and was only deleted when the compact disc age approached (and made obsolete by the Past Masters compilations), It was also the longest album that the Beatles had released to that point. totaling almost 40 minutes of music,
It is noteworthy that six of the tracks on this LP ("From Me to You". "We Can Work It Out". "I Feel Fine". "Day Tripper". "Paperback Writer" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand") make their debut here as both album tracks (they were previously issued only as singles) and with stereo mixes (some done so especially for this compilation), "She Loves You" also made its debut on a long-playing record here. but it was a re-processed stereo mix. as the multi-track tape had vanished and remains missing to this day, The song is complete on both the first pressing mono and stereo issues. the Fame budget label reissue from the 1.980s. and the resequenced pre-recorded cassette,The cover of this album contributed to the "Paul is dead" hoax as the road shown on the cover seems to lead into the head of the man sitting on the cover,
|title||The Beatles - "A Collection of Beatles Oldies" (UK Stereo LP - Parlophone) [Full Album]|