The Beatles 1962-1966 Expected 24th NovemberDouble LP reissue of The Beatles' 1962-1966 on 180 gram vinyl remastered at Abbey Road! UMC LP
The Beatles 1967-1970 Expected 24th November Double LP reissue of The Beatles' 1967-1970 on 180 gram vinyl remastered at Abbey Road! UMC LP
The Beatles Philadelphia Convention Hall - 2nd September 1964 LP on 180g 'purple marble' coloured vinyl. Hand-numbered sleeve with insert. The Beatles’ first proper US tour lasted a month, starting on August 19th 1964. They had played to ecstatic crowds all over the country by the time they reached Philadelphia. All 12,037 tickets for the date had sold out in two hours in May, and they were given a typically frenzied reception. This new release presents their performance in full, broadcast on WXPN 88.9FM, together with detailed background notes and rare images. London Calling LP
The Beatles Slipmats: Drop T Logo & Abbey Road An official licensed Slipmat Set featuring The Beatles 'Drop T Logo & Abbey Road' designs.
The Beatles The White Album The Beatles (generally known as 'The White Album' because of its cover) was a sprawling two-record set, highlighting the distinct personalities in the group as they matured and moved further away from each other. With the four Beatles playing like session men on each other's songs, the making of the album was fraught with tension. John Lennon's songs included a bitter take on people who read too much into the Beatles' lyrics (Glass Onion), reflections on loneliness and alienation (Yer Blues, 'I'm So Tired), and the avant garde sound collage Revolution 9.' George Harrison's songs offered black humour (Piggies) and tender sadness (While My Guitar Gently Weeps,' with Eric Clapton on guitar). Paul Mccartney provided both light, lyric songs (Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da,' 'Honey Pie'), and rockers (Back in the USSR, the explosive 'Helter Skelter'). Ringo Starr made his solo songwriting debut with the goofy country / ska lilt of 'Don't Pass Me By' and sang the album closer 'good night.' LP