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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.

The very first Beatles record, Love Me Do, was released in Great Britain on October 5, 1962. The very last Beatles record, the Let It Be LP, was released in America on May 18, 1970.

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).


Do You Want To Know A Secret
       An archive of articles about the history and behind-the-scenes info of the recordings of the Beatles from the pages of the rec.music.beatles newsgroup.

A Day In The Life
       Sgt. Pepper's has been released in many different ways in many countries. Here are a few of the stranger variations.

Glass Onion
A behind the scenes look at the LP known simply as the White Album, including trivia, censored photos and song outtakes.

She Loves You
A look into She Loves You, the very first Beatles record released in America.

Baby's In Black
A closer look at the many variations of the most common label of the Swan She Loves 45.

We Can Work It Out
Explore some interesting typos and other stange incorrect information that has showed up on the labels of various Beatles records.

Tell Me What You See
We've seen almost every Beatles record ever made, but every once in a while we still happen across one that makes us say "What the heck is THAT?!"

Not A Second Time
With the great popularity of the Beatles' music, many of their songs were re-recorded by other artists. Here are the pictures and stories of some of those cover records.

Christmas Time (Is Here Again)
The history of the Beatles Christmas records, issued to the Official Fan Clubs every December between 1963 and 1969.

I'm Looking Through You
The OOPS Effect, how to hear your stereo recordings in a whole new way, and uncover previously buried sounds, especially on Beatles records!

Every Little Thing
The Beatles Discographies, documenting all the official releases of the Beatles from 1962 to the present.

The Beatles US and UK LPs and CDs List
The Beatles World LP Variations List
The Beatles US and UK 45s and EPs List



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