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Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: The Edit Versions Of Monophonic Greatest Collection
Released: 1995
FLAC version ZIP size: 1309 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1833 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1467 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 858

Greatest Hits Volume 1 is a greatest hits compilation album by The Beatles which was exclusive to Australia, Singapore and New Zealand. The album was compiled by EMI Australia to fill in the gap between Rubber Soul and Revolver (much like A Collection of Beatles Oldies would in 1966 in between Revolver and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)

This is a private records collection of The Beatles. The owner of this collection is sure that this site will provide lots of useful information for people interested in collecting of Beatles vinyl. Information - is the main purpose of the site, however some things will be released for sale. All rights reserved copying, broadcasting and the publication of materials from this site is possible from the sanction of the owner of the site only. The collection will be always updated. For any contact information use: ionl. Small album title and The Beatles band name: 4. Fourth pressing, summer 1969 until November 1969. Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. front laminated cover, with small stereo on front.

They had the rights to the biggest group in the world ever, the Beatles, and the only way to make any new money out of them was to either rely on steady but unspectacular sales of all their catalog albums or put together a new version of a greatest-hits. When, in 1966, there was a gap in the Christmas market between Revolver and Sgt. Pepper, which wouldn't appear for a further six months, they had released the compilation A Collection of Beatles Oldies, and it hadn't worked.

This policy also extended to not issuing songs as singles once they had already appeared on albums. When EMI sought to standardise The Beatles' canon in 1987, their UK albums were issued worldwide. The following year the two Past Masters volumes were released; until Live At The BBC in 1994, and the Tony Sheridan recordings from the early 1960s, these CDs constituted all the officially-released Beatles songs. These included the single versions of Get Back and Let It Be, as well as the pre-Phil Spector version of Across The Universe originally issued on the World Wildlife Fund's 1969 charity LP No One's Gonna Change Our World.

This is a private records collection of The Beatles. The album sleeve manufactured by Garrod & Lofthouse ltd. The sleeve is not as cheap looking as some previously produced and is basically the same for both albums and is also the first Beatles album sleeve ever to feature recording dates, release dates and chart positions achieved. Inner sleeve: 1. First pressing October 18, 1982.

The best album list includes records from the 1950s through today and include the best in rock, rap, jazz, r&b and more. In all 236 different albums were eligible for the list of greatest albums ( was Different Class by Pulp), and they span from the earliest days of rock in the 1950s through today, covering many different genres and styles of music. In the end these are the must have albums that every serious music fan should have in their vinyl, CD or mp3 collection. Below you will find a short list of the top albums by decade and a chart of the entire top 100 list. You can also start at Axis: Bold as Love by Jimi Hendrix and work your way through the list. Top Three Great Albums of the 1950's.

Almost all of us grew up with at least one greatest hits collection in the house. Not only are they the perfect way to look back at your favourite artist's material, they're also a fantastic introduction to their work for anyone either too young to appreciate them first time round or never interested enough to care until now. Greatest hits retrospectives are more than just stocking-fillers; they sell in their millions. MORE: Check out the Beatles' record breaking chart history in their archive. Abba – Greatest Hits (1976). A collection of 29 tracks, including then hard-to-find non-album singles and special duets, the former one-half of Wham! scored the biggest selling album of his incredible career with this 1998 set. It was the mist-have Christmas present of that year, staying at Number 1 for eight weeks over the festive period.

Greatest Albums The Greatest Albums of All Time. Originally by Ranker Community. Greatest Albums Of All Time. This is a list of the greatest albums of all time, created and ranked by music fans worldwide. Music is as subjective as any art form, but most people can agree that there are works that rise above the rest and go down as the best albums of all time, regardless of their genre.

The Beatles, Meet The Beatles, The Beatles’ Second Album (though All Music Guide makes a good case for it), Something New, Beatles ’65, and Beatles IV. The countless repackaged retrospectives and rarities comps, from Past Masters to The Beatles Anthology, are excluded too. OK, let’s do it! . The Beatles hadn’t yet helped to cement the concept of the album as a band’s predominant artistic statement when With The Beatles dropped in 1963. Rock ‘n’ roll was still a singles-driven enterprise. Revolver has probably topped more all-time greatest albums lists than any other Beatles LP, and a lot of that has to do with its historical significance: They really blew the doors off with this shit. The Beatles became the biggest band in the world partly by participating in the highly systematic big-budget teenage music industry.


1-1 Love Me Do (Take 15)
1-2 Love Me Do (Original Mono Mix)
1-3 Please Please Me (Original Mono Mix)
1-4 Please Please Me (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-5 I Saw Her Standing There (Original Mono Mix)
1-6 Do You Want To Know A Secret (Original Mono Mix)
1-7 Money (That's What I Want) (Take 6/7 Edit)
1-8 Money (That's What I Want) (Japanese Single Mono Mix)
1-9 Little Child (Original Mono Mix)
1-10 Not A Second Time
1-11 I Should Have Known Better (1964 UK Mono Mix)
1-12 I Should Have Known Better (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-13 A Hard Day's Night (Original Mono Mix)
1-14 If I Fell (1964 UK Mono Mix)
1-15 If I Fell (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-16 Tell Me Why (Take 8 RS1)
1-17 Tell Me Why (1964 US Mono Mix)
1-18 Can't Buy Me Love (1964 UK Mono Mix)
1-19 Can't Buy Me Love (1964 US Mono Mix)
1-20 I'll Cry Instead (Take 6/8 Edit)
1-21 And I Love Her (RM Take 21)
1-22 I Call Your Name (Japanese Single Mono Mix)
1-23 I Call Your Name (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-24 Slow Down (Take 6, RM1)
1-25 Slow Down (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-26 Matchbox (Take 5, RM1)
1-27 Matchbox (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
1-28 Any Time At All (RM3 Take 11)
1-29 When I Get Home (1964 US Mono Mix)
1-30 When I Get Home (1964 UK Mono Mix)
2-1 Mr. Moonlight (Mono)
2-2 Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey (Mono)
2-3 Words Of Love (Mono)
2-4 Every Little Thing (Mono)
2-5 Help! (Mono)
2-6 Ticket to Ride (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
2-7 Yesterday (Japanese EP Collection Mono Mix)
2-8 Drive My Car (Mono)
2-9 Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (Mono)
2-10 You Won't See Me (Mono)
2-11 Michelle (Mono)
2-12 What Goes On (Mono)
2-13 I'm Looking Through You (Mono)
2-14 Run For Your Life (Mono)
2-15 Taxman (RM 5, 6 Edit)
2-16 I'm Only Sleeping (Alternate Mono Mix)
2-17 Love You To (RM 1, 2, 3, Edit)
2-18 Here, There And Everywhere (Mono)
2-19 Yellow Submarine (Mono)
2-20 She Said She Said (Mono)
2-21 Good Day Sunshine (Mono)
2-22 Doctor Robert (Mono)
2-23 Got To Get You Into My Life (Mono)
2-24 Tomorrow Never Knows (Mono)