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by Stephen E. Donnelly

  • ISBN: 1432769790
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Stephen E. Donnelly
  • Subcategory: Music
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (March 9, 2011)
  • Pages: 166 pages
  • FB2 size: 1265 kb
  • EPUB size: 1979 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
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The Beatles Discography book. THE BEATLES DISCOGRAPHY Presents The Beatles Recorded Legacy Like. Volume One The 60's covers the period between January 1st, 1961 through December 31st, 1970, from their first recordings with Tony Sheridan and EMI to their final original album Let It Be and the first releases of John, Paul, George and Ringo as solo artists. Section One is a chronological listing with hundreds of full-color images of the LPs, EPs and singles, packed with information about each release including title, release date, producer and more.

I bought this Beatles Discography Volume 1: The '60's book thinking it would be a good reference piece. You can find the producer for each track, and even which of the Beatles is featured in every individual listing. If you want a book just to spend that amount of money then this is well worth it, but if you want a book for reference then this is NOT worth your time or money. From Tony Sheridan to the Plastic Ono Band, you'll find it here. This is the proverbial "Dictionary" of all things "Beatles" in the 1960s.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. THE BEATLES DISCOGRAPHY - THE RELEASES presents the Beatles recorded legacy like never before. It's all the Beatles US and UK releases side by side.

Volume One The 60's covers the period between January 1st, 1961 through December 31st, 1970, from their first recordings with Tony Sheridan and EMI to their final original album Let It Be and the first releases of John, Paul, George and Ringo as solo artists.

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THE BEATLES DISCOGRAPHY Presents The Beatles Recorded Legacy Like Never Before The Beatles Discography has their US and UK releases side by side with important releases from Germany, France and more plus their solo releases in the same chronological listing, complete with release dates, record labels & numbers, full track listings with composer & producer credits, recording dates, mix variations and song lengths, all in a compact and easy to understand format with many rare images of front & back covers, picture sleeves and record labels. Volume One The 60's covers the period between January 1st, 1961 through December 31st, 1970, from their first recordings with Tony Sheridan and EMI to their final original album Let It Be and the first releases of John, Paul, George and Ringo as solo artists. Section One is a chronological listing with hundreds of full-color images of the LPs, EPs and singles, packed with information about each release including title, release date, producer and more. Section Two is a chronological listing of songs by the date of completion with a complete history of appearances on disc and all related information including mix variations, composers, lengths and more. THE BEATLES DISCOGRAPHY, Volume One The 60's is the ultimate guide to the recorded works of the greatest band in history and an essential part of every Beatles fan's library.
Reviews about The Beatles Discography: Volume One - The 60's (3):
Cemav
I bought this Beatles Discography Volume 1: The '60's book thinking it would be a good reference piece. Once I reviewed it I realized this book was NOT worth the money I paid for it. I returned it immediately for a full refund. If you want a book just to spend that amount of money then this is well worth it, but if you want a book for reference then this is NOT worth your time or money.
RUL
THE BEATLES DISCOGRAPHY Volume One: Stephen E. Donnelly has been involved in PBS and other bastions of solid craftsmanship of the arts and so it would be expected that this volume of all of the recordings and accompanying paraphernalia of the Beatles from the 1960s will be complete. After perusing the catalogue page by page it becomes more a source of nostalgia than historical document - and isn't that just what the Beatles would have wanted?

In many ways this is an art book in addition to being a listing of al the recordings, both singles and albums, the Beatles created. Yes, having a complete list of every title of the works written and performed by this extraordinary group revitalizes the interest in a group of musicians that were to change the world of pop music forever. But the art of their album covers - the variations of the same album as released in the different countries - is very much of that time also. This was the period of the flower children and the over the top fantasies that the new embracing of psychedelic drugs produced. It is all here - if you look closely. Donnelly has done a masterful job of compiling this book and while it really doesn't throw much new light on the subject, it is the memories that the book reincarnates that make it worth adding to the library. Grady Harp, November11
Mazuzahn
"The Beatles Discography: Volume One - The Sixties" is most certainly essential for Beatles collectors. As an all-encompassing anthology of literally every piece of music ever created by or with the Beatles, I guarantee you will find records and tracks you've never heard before.

As a chronological collection, its fascinating to watch the Fab Four's rise to stardom through their album artwork. How many albums can you name before "A Hard Day's Night?" Zero for me. Yet Donnelly has amassed almost 20 pages of pre-1964 records. From controversial cover artwork to motion picture soundtracks, nothing is missing here.

"Volume One" goes into intricate detail of individual track information. If you've ever heard "Sgt. Peppers" you probably are aware of the use of right and left channels in the stereo mix to create some "trippy" effects. Donnelly has taken the time to note which releases were done in mono or stereo; the UK or the US; LP, EP or 45.

If you're looking for a CD of that old album you knew you had somewhere, look no further. In section two, you'll find what songs are available for purchase on CD. You can find the producer for each track, and even which of the Beatles is featured in every individual listing.

From Tony Sheridan to the Plastic Ono Band, you'll find it here. This is the proverbial "Dictionary" of all things "Beatles" in the 1960s. And who knows, maybe that album in your garage is worth a million!

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