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Beatles for Sale is The Beatles' fourth album, released in late 1964 and produced by George Martin for Parlophone. The album marked a minor turning point in the evolution of Lennon and McCartney as lyricists, John Lennon particularly now showing interest in composing songs of a more autobiographical nature. "I'm a Loser" shows Lennon for the first time seemingly coming under the influence of Bob Dylan, whom he met for the first time in New York while on tour, on 28 August 1964. The album hit the UK number one spot and retained that position for eleven of the 46 weeks that it spent in the Top Twenty. Again Beatles For Sale did not surface as a regular album in the US until 1987. In its place was "Beatles ‘65” which featured eight songs from Beatles For Sale, plus the A and B-side of ‘I Feel Fine’ and ‘I’ll Be Back’ from the UK ‘s ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ album. Beatles for Sale enjoyed a nine week run at the top of the US charts beginning in January 1965.

The Beatles - 1964 - Beatles For Sale



01 - No Reply
02 - I'm A Loser
03 - Baby's In Black
04 - Rock And Roll Music
05 - I'll Follow The Sun
06 - Mr Moonlight
07 - Kansas City - Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey
08 - Eight Days A Week
09 - Words Of Love
10 - Honey Don't
11 - Every Little Thing
12 - I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
13 - What You're Doing
14 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby

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The Beatles - 1964 - The Alternate Beatles For Sale



Outtakes from the "Beatles For Sale" era, including studio alternate takes, BBC sessions, live performances and even some songs of the period as briefly appeared in The Let It Be sessions.

01 - No Reply
02 - I'm A Loser
03 - Baby's In Black
04 - Rock And Roll Music
05 - I'll Follow The Sun
06 - Mr - Moonlight
07 - Kansas City , Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!
08 - Eight Days A Week
09 - Words Of Love
10 - Honey Don't
11 - Every Little Thing
12 - I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
13 - What You're Doing
14 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
15 - Leave My Kitten Alone
16 - I'm A Loser
17 - I'm A Loser
18 - I'll Follow The Sun
19 - I'll Follow The Sun
20 - Mr - Moonlight
21 - Kansas City , Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!
22 - Words Of Love
23 - What You're Doing
24 - Mr - Moonlight , No Reply , What You're Doing ,
25 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
26 - I'm A Loser
27 - Baby's In Black
28 - Rock And Roll Music
29 - Mr - Moonlight
30 - Kansas City , Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!
31 - Kansas City
32 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
33 - Rock And Roll Music
34 - Kansas City , Miss Ann
35 - Every Little Thing

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Recorded at Tony Hall's apartament,London, George V Hotel,Paris, Sgt. Buddy Dressler's house in Miami Beach, Wellington, New Zealand hotel room, Terry Doran's apartment in London, Paul's home in St. John's Wood, John's home in Surrey, Santa Isabel, Spain, and some unknown locations.

01 - The Public Ear Bit (1)
02 - The Public Ear Bit (2)
03 - One And One Is Two
04 - If I Fell (1)
05 - If I Fell (2)
06 - If I Fell (3)
07 - If I Fell (4)
08 - If I Fell (5)
09 - Talking Guitar Blues (1)
10 - Talking Guitar Blues (2)
11 - Bouree
12 - Top Gear Promo (1)
13 - Top Gear Promo (2)
14 - Am Sonntag Will Mein Suesser Mit Mir Segein Gehn
15 - We Can Work It Out
16 - Michelle
17 - He Said He Said (1)
18 - He Said He Said (2)
19 - He Said He Said (3)
20 - He Said He Said (4)
21 - He Said He Said (5)
22 - She Said She Said (1)
23 - She Said She Said (2)
24 - She Said She Said (3)
25 - Mellotron Improvisation (1)
26 - Mellotron Improvisation (2)
27 - Mellotron Improvisation (3)
28 - Mellotron Improvisation (4)
29 - Mellotron Improvisation (5)
30 - Strawberry Fields Forever (1)
31 - Strawberry Fields Forever (2)
32 - Strawberry Fields Forever (3)
33 - Strawberry Fields Forever (4)
34 - Strawberry Fields Forever (5)
35 - Strawberry Fields Forever (6)
36 - Strawberry Fields Forever (7)
37 - Strawberry Fields Forever (8)
38 - Strawberry Fields Forever (9)
39 - Strawberry Fields Forever (10)
40 - Strawberry Fields Forever (11)
41 - Strawberry Fields Forever (12)
42 - Strawberry Fields Forever (13)
43 - Strawberry Fields Forever (14)
44 - Strawberry Fields Forever (15)
45 - Strawberry Fields Forever (16)
46 - Strawberry Fields Forever (17)
47 - Strawberry Fields Forever (18)
48 - Strawberry Fields Forever (19)
49 - Strawberry Fields Forever (20)
50 - Strawberry Fields Forever (21)
51 - Strawberry Fields Forever (22)
52 - Strawberry Fields Forever (23)
53 - Strawberry Fields Forever (24)
54 - Tape Loop And Backward Speech

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Live performances
K.B. Hallen, Kopenhagen, Denmark, 4 June 1964

01 - I Saw Her Standing There
02 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
03 - All My Loving
04 - She Loves You
05 - Till There Was You
06 - Roll Over Beethoven
07 - Can't Buy Me Love
08 - This Boy
09 - Twist And Shout

Cafe - Restaurant Treslong, Hillegom, Netherlands, 5 June 1964

10 - She Loves You
11 - All My Loving
12 - Twist And Shout
13 - Roll Over Beethoven
14 - Long Tall Sally
15 - Can't Buy Me Love

Veilinghal, Blokker, Netherlands 6 June 1964

16 - I Saw Her Standing There
17 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
18 - All My Loving
19 - She Loves You
20 - I Saw Her Standing There

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Recorded at John's home in Liverpool, Royal Pier Hotel in Weston-Super-Mare,  Bournemouth hotel room and unknown locations.

01 - John Tapes Julian And Cynthia
02 - Bad To Me
03 - I'm In Love
04 - Reading From The First Book Of Kings
05 - Singing From The First Book Of Psalms
06 - Asking For Directions
07 - Asking For More Directions
08 - Still Asking For Directions
09 - Still Asking For More Directions
10 - Tammy
11 - Over The Rainbow
12 - Fragment (1)
13 - Instrumental (1)
14 - Fragment (2)
15 - Instrumental (2)
16 - Michelle
17 - Instrumental (3)
18 - Instrumental (4)
19 - Instrumental (5)
20 - Three Coins And A Fountain
21 - Mary Mary Quite Contrary
22 - Rockin' And Rollin' (1)
23 - Fragment (3)
24 - Rockin' And Rollin' (2)
25 - Fragment (4)
26 - Rockin' And Rollin' (3)
27 - Rockin' And Rollin' (4)
28 - Fragment (5)
29 - Listening To Music And Talking
30 - Beatle Speech
31 - Fragment (6)
32 - Don't Bother Me (1)
33 - Don't Bother Me (2)
34 - Guitar Exercise (1)
35 - Guitar Exercise (2)

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The Move, from Birmingham, England, were one of the leading British rock bands of the 1960s. They scored nine Top 20 UK singles in five years, but were among the most popular British bands not to find any success in the United States. Although bassist-vocalist Chris "Ace" Kefford was the original leader, for most of their career The Move was led by guitarist, singer and songwriter Roy Wood. He composed all the group's UK singles and, from 1968, also sang lead vocals on many songs, although Carl Wayne was the main lead singer up to 1970. Message from The Country is the fourth and last album by The Move, as well as its only album for EMI's Harvest Records. This album has long had the reputation as The Move's best album, although it was recorded while the band was transitioning itself into the Electric Light Orchestra.

01 - Message From The Country
02 - Ella James
03 - No Time
04 - Don't Mess Me Up
05 - Until Your Moma's Gone
06 - It Wasn't My Idea To Dance
07 - Minister
08 - Ben Crawley Steel Company
09 - Words Of Aaron
10 - My Marge
11 - Tonight
12 - Chinatown
13 - Down On The Bay
14 - Do Ya
15 - California Man
16 - Don't Mess Me Up
17 - Words Of Aaron
18 - Do Ya

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Moby Grape is an American  rock  group from the 1960s, known for having all five members contribute to singing and songwriting and that collectively merged elements of folk music, blues, country, and jazz together with rock and psychedelic music. Due to the strength of their debut album, several critics consider Moby Grape to be the best rock band to emerge from the San Francisco music scene in the late sixties. The group continues to perform occasionally. As described by Jeff Tamarkin, "The Grape's saga is one of squandered potential, absurdly misguided decisions, bad-luck, blunders and excruciating heartbreak, all set to the tune of some of the greatest rock and roll ever to emerge from San Francisco. Moby Grape could have had it all, but they ended up with nothing, and less. Wow is the Moby Grape's second album. It was unusual and significantly different from most double-album releases. It was released in 1968 with Grape Jam as two completely different albums in separate covers but packaged together and sold for the price of a single LP.

01 - Murder In My Heart For The Judge
02 - Bitter Wind
03 - Can't Be So Bad
04 - Three-Four
05 - The Place And The Time
06 - Motorcycle Irene
07 - Rose Colored Eyes
08 - Funky-Tunk
09 - Miller's Blues
10 - He
11 - Just Like Gene Autry - A Foxtrot
12 - Naked, If I Want To

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The Doobie Brothers is an American  rock  band. Drummer John Hartman arrived in California  in 1969 determined to meet Skip Spence of Moby Grape and join an aborted Grape reunion. Spence introduced Hartman to singer, guitarist  and songwriter Tom Johnston and the two proceeded to form the nucleus of what would become The Doobie Brothers. Johnston and Hartman called their fledgling group "Pud," and experimented with lineups (occasionally including Spence) and styles as they performed in and around San Jose. They were mostly a power trio (along with bassist Greg Murphy) but briefly worked with a horn section. In 1970 they teamed up with bass player Dave Shogren and singer, guitarist and songwriter Patrick Simmons. They have sold over 30 million albums in the United States from the 1970s to the present. The Doobie Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004. Toulouse Street is the second studio album by The Doobie Brothers, released in 1972.

01 - Listen To The Music
02 - Rockin' Down The Highway
03 - Mamaloi
04 - Toulouse Street
05 - Cottonmouth
06 - Don't Start Me To Talkin'
07 - Jesus Is Just Alright
08 - White Sun
09 - Disciple
10 - Snake Man

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Don and the Goodtimes were a Pacific Northwest group formed in 1965 by Don Gallucci (keyboards) and Bobby Holden (drums), veterans of the band scene in Portland and the surrounding area. They cut records for Scepter Records' Wand label and for the Jerden label, and had some local success with the latter label. The group didn't find a national audience, however, until Dick Clark chose them as the house band on his 1967 ABC afternoon program Where The Action Is. They made the move to Los Angeles and a contract with Epic Records followed that year, along with a single and an album. Their debut single, "I Could Be So Good To You," only got to No. 56 nationally, although it did better in several key markets, ascending to No. 15 in Los Angeles and reaching the top 40 in New York, indicating that its impact was far greater on the two coasts than in the middle of the country.

01 - I Could Be So Good
02 - The Music Box
03 - I Could Never Be
04 - Gimme Some Lovin'
05 - If You Love Her
06 - With A Girl Like You
07 - My Color Song
08 - And It's So Good
09 - Sweet Sweet Mama
10 - Good Day Sunshine

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Eddie & the Showmen were a surf rock band of the 1960s. Formed in Southern California by Eddie Bertrand, formerly of The Bel-Airs, they released several singles on Liberty records though never a full album. Their highest-charting single in Los Angeles was Mr. Rebel, which reached #4 on the Wallichs Music City Hit List on February 10, 1964. The band originally formed because Eddie Bertrand wanted to move on from the Bel-Airs. While the Bel-Airs focused more on guitar interplay and a moderate sound, Eddie & the Showmen played more in the style of Dick Dale with a prominent lead guitar and heavy sound. The band's original drummer was ex-Mousketeer Dick Dodd, who later joined The Standells. Interestingly enough, one of Eddie & the Showmen's biggest hits, Squad Car, was a cover of the Bel-Airs. Squad Car is also one of the most covered surf instrumentals among modern surf bands, and most versions sound more like the Eddie & the Showmen version than the Bel-Airs version. Squad Car is a complete singles-collection with bonus tracks.

01 - Toes On The Nose
02 - Border Town
03 - Squad Car
04 - Scratch
05 - Las Olas
06 - And The Angels Sing
07 - Showmen Stomp
08 - Movin'
09 - Mr Rebel
10 - Lanky Bones
11 - Far Away Places
12 - Dark Eyes
13 - We Are The Young
14 - Young And Lovely
15 - Break Time
16 - Then He Kissed Me
17 - Wayward Wind

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Formerly known as Picadilly Line, Edwards Hand are a musical group formed by Englishmen Rod Edwards (keyboards and vocals) and Roger Hand (acoustic guitar and vocals). After a 1968  album released under their former name, in 1969  Edwards Hand released an eponymous album (this album) produced by George Martin who, taking a break from working on The Beatles' White Album, described their music as "exceptional". The online CD vendors Freak Emporium (UK) and Forced Exposure (US) tentatively compare it to certain works by Kaleidoscope and Fairfield Parlour.

01 - Banjo Pier
02 - Friday Hill
03 - Episodes, Being The First Part
04 - Close My Eyes
05 - House Of Cards
06 - If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind
07 - Characters No. 1
08 - Orange Peel
09 - Sing Along With The Singer
10 - Magic Car
11 - Days Of Our Life
12 - The Handed Down - Outta My Mind
13 - The Handed Down - Last Night's Girl
14 - The Handed Down - Loves A Game For One
15 - The Handed Down - Goodbye Girl

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