The Beatles

  • First song

    First song
    Song "Please Please Me"
  • First album

    First album
    It was their first album. Ten of its songs were recorded all in one day, on 11 February 1963, and was an example of what they played live at the time.
  • With the Beatles

    With the Beatles
    This album In 2003, was ranked number 420 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
  • A Hard Day's Night

    A Hard Day's Night
    It is said that the title was accidentally said by Ringo Starr during the filming of the movie.
  • Beatles for Sale

    Beatles for Sale
    The original songs on the album were praised, for showing Lennon and McCartney had grown and improved as writers.
    Several live versions of the album's songs have since appeared, that the Beatles played in Germany, and for BBC Radio.
  • HELP!

    George Martin produced the Beatles's songs for the album, and all their recordings for the movie
  • Rubber Soul

    Rubber Soul
    Rubber Soul was the first Beatles album to include songs written by each band member. George Harrison's two songs were "Think For Yourself" and "If I Needed Someone". Ringo Starr co-wrote "What Goes On" with Lennon and McCartney. The album was praised its innovations in recording, and was called a "concept album", though it was not meant to be one.
  • Revolver

    Revolver came out while the Beatles were on a concert tour.
  • Yellow Submarine

    Yellow Submarine is a 1968 animated cartoon movie, based on the music of The Beatles, and was inspired by their song of the same name. It is also the title of two soundtrack albums, featuring the music used in the movie.
  • Abbey Road

    Abbey Road
    Abbey Road is the twelfth official album recorded by The Beatles.
  • Let It Be

    Let It Be
    It was the last Beatles project finished before the band broke up