Beatles for Sale [Digipak] by The Beatles (CD, Sep-2009, Apple Corps)
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About this product
- Artist:The Beatles
- Release Year:2009
- Record Label:Apple Corps
- Genre:British Invasion,Oldies
- Playing Time:33 min.
- Producer:George Martin
- Distributor:EMI Music Distribution
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:n/a
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- chuckey49Aug 04, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- coffeestatOct 17, 2010by
After reading a Special Rolling Stone on all the Beatle's songs, I was driven to listen to all the collection from the beginning in order. I've heard most of the songs over my lifetime one way or another, but I really wanted to listen to all of them. I wanted to hear the progression of the song writing and evolution of the group through the 60's and 70''s. Something that I grew up on and just took for granted. So getting these CD's was really wonderful, and they came fast and in perfect condition....
- 205.moovingnste...Oct 15, 2009by
This is one of the best cds the bonus is truly awsome
This CD is about quality and technology.
The songs are are very high quality remastered
1. It Won't Be Long
2. All I've Got To Do
3. All My Loving
4. Don't Bother Me
5. Little Child
6. Till There Was You
7. Please Mister Postman
8. Roll Over Beethoven
9. Hold Me Tight
10. You Really Got a Hold On Me
11. I Wanna Be Your Man
12. Devil In Her Heart
13. Not a Second Time
14. Money (That's What I Want)
((15. With the Beatles Mini-Documentary))
the bonus is truly a 3d visual,like no other dvd or documentry I have seen.
Tells how a song got its name and is very good bonus,paul says it so well, he is trully a showman and he is a pearl and the world is his oyster,
trully a must have for any beatle fan...
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- smer2646Apr 07, 2013by
the beatles-the ultimate in music...
I grew up listening to this as well as other albums of theirs. no one will ever come close to accomplishing what they did. only 21 #1 hits but that is because a lot of their other hits were blocked by previous hits of theirs. not too many people who know them would disagree with me.
- xlz1010Jul 06, 2010by
Better than its reputation...
Many reviewers rate this toward the bottom of the Beatles' cataogue, but I think it deserves more credit. While everyone agrees that "Eight Days A Week", "I'll Follow The Sun", and "No Reply" feature the band at the top of their game, tracks like "Every Little Thing", "Baby's In Black", "I'm A Loser", and "What You're Doing" hold up well too. B-