The Beatles US albums

The Beatles US albums

The Beatles U.S. Albums To Be Released On CD

by VVN Music on December 14, 2013

in New Music,News

The Beatles US album releases will be finally released on CD in January, 2014.

The majority of reissues of the Beatles’ catalog have been using the British release discography. On January 21, their albums from Meet the Beatles to Hey Jude will be released in their American configuration with The U.S. Albums, a 13-CD set from Apple.

Note that this is NOT a complete collection of the group’s recorded works, but a set of the 13 albums that were released in the U.S. with a different track listing, art and liner notes from the British version. Not in this set are Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine, Abbey Road or Let It Be, all of which were the same in both countries.

Apple’s release coincides with the fiftieth anniversary of the start of Beatlemania in America, marked by their February 7, 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. The group had been on the charts for a year in their native Britain but were yet to make a major impact in the U.S. That all changed after that one night.

All of the albums are presented in both their mono and stereo versions except for The Beatles’ Story and Hey Jude which are stereo only.

Collected in a boxed set with faithfully replicated original LP artwork, including the albums’ inner sleeves. Yesterday And Today features the original album cover of the Beatles posing with raw meat and baby dolls. The package also comes with a collectible sticker of the subsequent Yesterday And Today cover art. The 13 CDs are accompanied by a 64-page booklet with Beatles photos and promotional art from the time, as well as a new essay by American author and television executive Bill Flanagan.

In addition, for a limited time, all of the albums (with the exception of The Beatles’ Story, an audio documentary album) will also be available for individual CD purchase. A Hard Day’s Night (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), The Beatles’ Story, Yesterday And Today, Hey Jude, and the U.S. version of Revolver make their CD debuts with these releases.

The Beatles: The U.S. Albums

Presented in mono and stereo, except where noted as stereo only
** CD debut

Meet The Beatles!
[Capitol Records: released January 10, 1964; 11 weeks at No. 1]

The Beatles’ Second Album
[Capitol Records: released April 10, 1964; five weeks at No. 1]

A Hard Day’s Night (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) **
[United Artists: released June 26, 1964; 14 weeks at No. 1]

Something New
[Capitol Records: released July 20, 1964; nine weeks at No. 2]

The Beatles’ Story [stereo only] **
[Capitol Records: released November 23, 1964; peaked at No. 7]

Beatles ’65
[Capitol Records: released December 15, 1964; nine weeks at No. 1]

The Early Beatles
[Capitol Records: released March 22, 1965; peaked at No. 43]

Beatles VI
[Capitol Records: released June 14, 1965; six weeks at No. 1]

Help! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[Capitol Records: released August 13, 1965; nine weeks at No. 1]

Rubber Soul
[released December 6, 1965; six weeks at No. 1]

Yesterday And Today **
[Capitol Records: released June 20, 1966; five weeks at No. 1]

Revolver **
[Capitol Records: released August 8, 1966; six weeks at No. 1]

Hey Jude [stereo only] **
[Apple Records: released February 26, 1970; four weeks at No. 2]
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