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The Beatles - Meet The Beatles! download
Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock
Title: Meet The Beatles!
MP3 album size: 1015 mb
FLAC album size: 2128 mb
Style: Beat, Rock & Roll
Released: 1964


Don't Bother Me2:28
Little Child1:46
I Want To Hold Your Hand2:24
Till There Was You2:12
It Won't Be Long2:11
Not A Second Time2:03
This Boy2:11
All My Loving2:04
Hold Me Tight2:30
I Saw Her Standing There2:50
I Wanna Be Your Man1:59
All I've Got To Do2:05


  • George HarrisonLead Guitar, Vocals

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    The Beatles - Meet The Beatles 1964. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Beatles. Meet The Beatles LP, Album, Mono, Los. Capitol Records, Capitol Records. T 2047, T-2047. Продать эту версию. The Beatles. Meet the Beatles is the second Beatles album released in the United States. It was the first US Beatles album to be issued by Capitol Records, on 20 January 1964 in both mono and stereo formats. It topped the popular album chart on 15 February 1964 and remained at number one for eleven weeks before being replaced by The Beatles' Second Album. The cover featured Robert Freeman's iconic portrait of the Beatles used in the United Kingdom for With the Beatles, with a blue tint added to the original stark. To favorites 7 Download album. Meet The Beatles - второй альбом The Beatles, выпущенный в США хотя на обложке он представлен как первый и первый битловский релиз компании Capitol Records. Диск вышел 20 января 1964 года, спустя лишь десять дней после того, как чикагский лейбл Vee-Jay Records выпустил Introducing. The Beatles, пролежавший на полке с предыдущего лета. The Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There Unavailable. The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand Unavailable. The Beatles' first album on Capitol Records was released on Jan. Meet the Beatles was mostly lost to history when the band decided to put out only the U. albums on CD in 1987, but the record still has plenty of fans. Beatles Albums Ranked. Next: The Beatles U. Album Guide. Filed Under : The Beatles. Categories : Anniversaries. MEET THE BEATLES was originally released January 10, 1964 in the U. It spent 11 weeks at No. Track Listings. Disc: 1. I've been looking for a CD of Meet the Beatles for ages, because I wanted those songs in the same order I remember listening to when I was a young teen during the early days of Beatlemania. Finally decided to bite the bullet and order it, and I'm so glad I did This CD has mono and stereo versions of all the songs. 55 лет назад в США вышел первый долго играющий альбом The Beatles Meet The Beatles. Для тех, кто привык к британским релизам, этот диск будет откровением: он начинается с первого большого хита The Beatles в США I Want to Hold Your Hand. Американцы уловили в песне элементы музыки госпел, но усиленной бигбитом. Следом идет I Saw Here Standing There, потрясающе заводной номер, что открывал дебютный LP группы в Британии Please Please Me. Но, здесь он звучит чуть быстрее и жестче. Ощутите разницу . This series explained why The Beatles Capitol albums are so different than The Beatles albums released in the U. Largely comprised of material released on their second U. LP, With the Beatles - the album art offers a blue-tinted spin on that late-1963 release - Meet the Beatles contains nine of that album's 14 songs, cutting out almost all the covers all the better for publishing rights, but also an effective showcase of the group's. talents it's hard not to view the inclusion of the one remaining cover, Till There Was You from The Music Man, as a way to illustrate how Meet the Beatles could appeal to parents in a quest to trim the LP down to 12 songs. Meet The Beatles was a huge success, capitalising on the publics growing demand for the groups music. The Beatles themselves arrived in America on 7 February 1964, two days before their famous appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. Live: Olympia Theatre, Paris. I do not see anything on this site about an album released by vee-jay records called Songs,pictures and stories of the fabulous BEATLES. There is a sticker that says Souvenir of their appearance at the Boston Gardens, Boston Sept 12 1964. Is this not considered an Album of theirs

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    Best songs and music of artist The Beatles. Download mp3, listen online for free, on your phone or computer. Rooted in skiffle, beat and 1950s rock and roll, the Beatles later experimented with several musical styles, ranging from pop ballads and Indian music to psychedelia and hard rock, often incorporating classical elements and unconventional recording techniques in innovative ways. The Beatles - Twist And Shout 02:35, 320Kbs. The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun 03:07, 320Kbs. The Beatles - Help 02:20, 320Kbs. The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever 04:08, 320Kbs. The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand 02:26, 320Kbs. The Beatles - Let It Be 03:50, 320Kbs. Listen to music from The Beatles Performer. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Beatles Performer. Do you know any background info about this artist Start the wiki. Do you know what kind of music this is Tag this artist. Upcoming Events. The Beatles. Biography by Richie Unterberger. Follow Artist. The most popular and influential rock act of all time, a band that blazed several new trails for popular music. Read Full Biography. The Beatles, Soundtrack: The Beatles Anthology. The Beatles were an English rock band that became arguably the most successful act of the 20th century. They contributed to music, film, literature, art, and fashion, made a continuous impact on popular culture and the lifestyle of several generations. Their songs and images carrying powerful ideas of love, peace, help, and imagination evoked. The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960. The group, whose best-known line-up comprised John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, are regarded as the most influential band of all time. They were integral to the development of 1960s counterculture and popular music's recognition as an art form. Rooted in skiffle, beat and 1950s rock and roll, their sound incorporated elements of classical music and traditional pop in innovative ways the band later explored. The Beatles: все альбомы, включая Live At The Hollywood Bowl , On Air - Live At The BBC , Love и другие. 2013 Vol. Let It Be. 2003 Remastered. 2000 Remastered. Yellow Submarine Songtrack. Anthology 3. Anthology 2. Anthology 1. Live At The BBC. 1994 Remastered. Past Masters. 1988 Vols. 1 & 2, Remastered. The Beatles: все альбомы, включая Love Me Do With Pete Best, 6Jun62 , Besame Mucho With Pete Best, 6Jun62 , AinT She Sweet Hamburg, 22Junj61 и другие. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Rock And Roll Music Remastered 2009 The Beatles Beatles For Sale 2009 Calderstone Productions of songs recorded by the Beatles. The Beatles were an English rock band from Liverpool who recorded hundreds of songs during their career. The group's main catalogue songs released between 1962 and 1970 consists of 213 songs four of which exist in different versions: 188 originals and 25 covers. Since their break-up, over 100 more songs by the group have been officially released, which include live songs the group never recorded in the studio and numerous outtakes. The Beatles tried directing and producing their own television film, 1967's Magical Mystery Tour, but the result - outside of a couple of scenes and a handful of good songs - were amateurish. In 1968, they provided the songs for the psychedelic animated feature Yellow Submarine, and made a brief onscreen appearance at the movie's conclusion. The divisions that would eventually lead to the group's break-up were chronicled in the 1969 documentary Let It Be, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, with impressive results. The Beatles' exposure to movie-making whetted their appetit
I have Meet the Beatles (brown and olive green) ST 2047. There is no number 3 on either and they are both manufactured in Canada. No mention of company who printed and both are purple labels. are these any different? thanks
Is it warped? I have been looking for a copy of this album in good condition because my copy is beat the CRAP up! If this is a good copy, I’ll get it as soon as I can.
This is the STEREO pressing to get if you want to actually enjoy the sound of the music. The original US Stereo press sounds like garbage with way too much reverb, as do subsequent pressings. The '83 Rainbow label pressings are all worth seeking out!
My copy, with matrix "ST-1-2047-A1 Same inner sleeve Indicates Stereo 12 TC 1 What dose this mean ?? lower Rt hand corner has a little # 3 any assistance would be helpful
I have a version that is identical to this one: the runout reads side 1: ST-1-2047-H14#2 ─◁side 2: ST-2-2047-J20 ─◁side 2 only : MASTERED BY CAPITOLAny idea what i have please?
mrgopalreferencing Meet The Beatles!, LP, Album, Mono, T 2047, T-2047Yes, you have a different version.
How much is Meet the Beatles! Mono, T-X-I 2047? It plays well!! I love this record and hope it's valuable.
So, mine has a "3" at bottom right near RIAA logo. But the rest the same. Any idea whether I have a different version?
Please take a look to this copy i found:
My copy, with matrix "ST-1-2047-A5" in dead wax matches all of the aforementioned details, including the single BMI credit on side A, except the BEATLES on the cover is in army green. I'm assuming this is still a 1st West Coast pressing, but the green text makes me uncertain. Anybody have any clue? Thanks!
as far as I know the olive green "beatles" ARE the west coast ones. There will likely be a "5" or "6" on the back bottom right corner that shows this also.
I have a T-2047 #6 RIAA West Coast Olive Green Copy with a 2nd Press Vinyl & Side 1 Label, and 3rd Press Side 2 Label, meaning one BMI listed on side one and one BMI listed on Side 2. How rare might this be?
Im not sure, but I would love to know also.. I can promise you there are at least 2 :P that is if you still have yours.
This version, unlike the first, has the Apple Records logo printed on the back cover
So can someone point me to this record only with BMI on 1st two songs and a small number 3 on the back lower right corner of cover
Any pictures available of cover and labels to ensure accuracy
Mine appears to be just like this one. All photos match exactly, all criteria specified in the notes seems to match, EXCEPT, the numbers in the matrix/runout on mine for side 1 are: ST-1-2047-A1 and for side 2 are ST2-2047-A1. It also has the "I AM" in a triangle, which is the Scranton pressing stamp. Nothing else on Discogs comes close to matching mine this exactly. Any idea why the matrix numbers are listed differently on this entry? Mine definitely does not have the "W9 0" or "X10 0" thing going on in either of the matrix numbers.
No, I have not yet gotten a response to my question.
Did you get a response? I have the same album that you have described.
This is a unique album because though it is a stereo pressing, it has a code of T-2017 which Capitol used for its mono LPs.
I have the same copy but the matrices/runouts on A and B sides are ST-1-2047 W16 and ST-2-2047 X16, respectively, which I haven't found anywhere. Maybe rare?
I copied this from:'s a couple of years old, I'm surprised that I haven't seen any reference to this label variation on Discogs.Since Capitol Records were in such a rush to release Meet The Beatles!, they did not wait around to receive performance rights information prior to ordering up the initial batch of labels to be used on the records. Consequently, the first labels were printed without BMI or ASCAP designations following each track. This run of labels can be easily identified by looking at the time printed after each song. As an example “(2:11)” appears after the track “This Boy” on the first labels. On all subsequent labels “This Boy is followed by “(ASCAP – 2:11).” All of the album’s tracks on the subsequent labels will have an ASCAP or BMI credit within the parenthesis and preceding the time, but these first labels only had the times within the parenthesis by themselves. Because only a small number of these first-run labels were printed, records without the BMI or ASCAP designations are quite scarce and worth significantly more than the records with labels printed afterwards. As of this writing the only confirmed Meet The Beatles! pressings with the earlier labels are East-Coast pressings which are identified by the lack of serifs on the “1” indicating side 1 of the record. Jacksonville, IL and West Coast pressings have serifs on the side 1 designator (see photos above).Since less stereo pressings of Meet The Beatles! were manufactured than mono pressings, the stereo first-run labels version of the record is worth more than it’s mono counterpart. Specifically, it is valued at around $2200 in near mint condition. This album like other sixties copies of Meet The Beatles! came with a blue inner sleeve promoting other Capitol albums (the plain white sleeve David mentions in his question is not original). The labels are black with a circular color band and have no text stating “Subsidiary of Capitol Industries” as later pressings have. The mono version of this record has similar labels, identical inner sleeves and is worth around $1500 in near mint condition.
We need photos of the labels to identify the year. There were three different orange capitol labels between 72 and 76.
ADDED TO MEET THE BEATLES ST 2047 on coverST-2047 on labelRIAA #12 (Los Angeles Plant)No Gold Record Award logo and "Beatles" in olive green on cover.Apple Label with "Mfd. by Apple Records, Inc." on A-side and no Capitol Logo on B side.A-side has Composed by John Lennon And Paul McCartney, while B-side has John Lennon & Paul McCartney.Lennon/McCartney songs are BMI, the others are ASCAP , NOTES; all characteristics are the same but I have different Matrix / Runout (A-Side - Etched):ST-1-2047-H14 ─◁, Matrix / Runout (B-Side -Etched): ST-2-2047 R17 ─◁ If it ıs wrong I can remove ıt, thanks your helping
Early ' 64LP: Conozca A The BeatlesOdeon LP-12-19084 [ Mono only] EcuadorThe Beatles
I have a mono pressing from 10-16-66 with black rainbow labels. The ASCAP/BMI attributions* are different, and the sleeve advertises Help and Rubber Soul but not Revolver! *(ASCAP: all of SIde One except A1, A2; all of SIde Two except B5 - the exceptions are BMI.)
Everything matches what I have except there is a producer credit on the cover. I don't see this variation in other listings.
Everything here matches what I have, but the number '9' is on the right bottom rear corner next to RIAA. Also includes inner sleeve with yellow/ orange tint "Capitol '66 Sounds Great!"
The one I have has bmi listed beside "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "I Wanna Be Your Man". Help !!!!
Help! Everything stated above matches my lp except mine has subsidiary of Capitol Records and on the back lower right corner by the RIAA label is the number 16, not the number 4. Any clue? Thanks.
I am perplexed by a variation of Meet The Beatles! I have.Matrix / Runout (Label A): ST-X-1-2047Matrix / Runout (Label B): ST-X-2-2047Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1): ST-1-2047-A5Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2): ST-2-2047-A5RIAA 6 on the back signifying a Los Angeles.In fact, everything matches this pressing: for two things.First, the word "Beatles" on the front is the later army green color. Second, two songs are credited to BMI instead of three: A1 I Want To Hold Your HandB5 I Wanna Be Your ManA2 I Saw Her Standing There is ASCAP, as are all the other tracks. Any ideas?
I have bmi on the same 2 tunes. Very confusing
I own the mono T 2047 Capital records Meet the BEATLES! (Recorded in England) Pat. No. 2,631.859 T-X-2-2047 and T-X-1-2047 my cover is unique because apparently the person that bought it was named Lupe Diaz and she wrote under the High Fidelity logo March 1964 also under Paul's printed name she wrote Lupe under John's she wrote Kita on George's Linda and on Ringo's she wrote Pennies. I can't imagine how they or she must of felt hearing this album by the very first time. I imagine her being a teenager and in love with the Beatles.
the year of this edition is 1969 - 1970:
Hi guys, I'm new to this, I have a version where the labels say "Capitol" in a taupe color on the bottom of a coral label. I can't seem to find it listed here, can somebody please help? It's a mono and the cover has "Beatles" in a lighter brown than the other one I have. Thanks!
Can you take photos of your copy as it sounds like it could be a 1976 pressing.
Goldmine lists value at around $150NM or roughly $40 VG
I have a copy of this, but it's a misprint. The actual "Meet the Beatles Album cover is glued over the top of another cover - yet the back is the correct back cover. Looks like capital made a printing mistake and instead of printing new records covers, printed just sheets to be glued on the top. The misprint is of a band called David Guarrd and the Whiskeyhill Singers. Maybe they were trying to salvage the misprint on that cover, as its off center, and printed the Beatles over the top and on the back. Hope that makes sense? Does this have any value because its a misprint?
Thanks for the reply. Do you know where I can get further information on this or who I should have appraise it?
A friend of mine from New York found the same album in a second hand store in Queens. It was appraised at 3200$ USD
The album starts off with the Beatles latest single, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," followed by its US b-side, "I Saw Her Standing There," and its UK b-side, "This Boy." Since mono mixes of the UK single had been sent to Capitol, there are two songs on this album which appear in "rechanneled" stereo.Several songs were removed from the With the Beatles album (to appear later), but the rest of the selections for Meet the Beatles! come from With the Beatles and appear in the same order as they do on the UK album.The album's front cover features the same picture of the Beatles in half-shadow as does the UK album, but US copies are tinted blue. The cover blurb falsely claims that this was the "first" album by the group. Apparently, Capitol wanted American fans to ignore the release on Vee Jay records.
My label is the same but Beatles in brown
Does anyone know when the 2nd pressing was actually released? I just bought a 2nd pressing last week at a local antique store. My copy meets the 2nd pressing description to a tee. Album is in good condition and cover itself is in VG condition, but has some writing on the back at the top with a Feb.'64 date (almost looks like a phone message someone wrote on it). Am curious if the 2nd pressing was released as early as Feb '64 due to the hoopla of Beatle-mania at the time.
The very first pressing records were issued on 20th January 1964 in Scranton plant only, and had The Beatles! in brown or tan. The Beatles! in dark green were released in Los Angeles plant later this month. So the either the given record image in not the right one, or the release date should be different.
Mine copy of 1969 has "Beatles" in brown.
Mine Also! They might have been using up old covers since the Apple releases were coming soon.
Easily America's most beloved Beatle album, this first Capitol release ensured years of upcoming Beatlemania. There's not much wrong with this album. Plus, we actually got TWELVE Beatles' tracks on this lp. Capitol would soon start shortchanging American fans with the miserly eleven song per lp format."I Want to Hold Your Hand" is of course, classic Beatles' pop. "I Saw Her Standing There" is truly one of the Beatles best rock and rollers. "This Boy" could have easily been a trifle, if not for the beautiful harmonies. "All I Got to Do", along with "Little Child" may be the weakest cuts from the album."All My Loving" still sounds great, thanks to that frantic rhythm guitar provided by Lennon."Don't Bother Me" is George Harrison's writing debut for the group. Frankly, I'm not all that impressed by Harrison's contributions on Beatle lps. "Don't Bother Me" may be one of his best offerings."Till There Was You" defines McCartney from the start as a crowd pleaser. This is the one non-Beatles' song, coming from Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man". It's a lovely tune, and McCartney handles it well. Although I'm still trying to figure out the british accent that leads to "I never sore them winging....""Hold Me Tight" is often overlooked, but McCartney gives a fine vocal performance and the tune rocks steady.Ringo's "I Wanna Be Your Man" works fine in its way. But to be honest, after I heard the Stones' version of this tune, the Beatles' take seems rather insignificant."Not a Second Time" is a lovely, moody John Lennon tune. Like "Hold Me Tight", I think this song is underrated.This album is easily in my top five Beatle albums. This is a huge step from "Introducing the Beatles", which has very few Lennon-McCartney compositions. In the vast scheme of things, I have a feeling that historically "Meet the Beatles" is more important than "Sgt. Pepper's". The Beatles may have been a hype, but unlike so many hypes these days, the Beatles DELIVERED. In short, Beatlemania was REAL.
I have a feeling that historically "Meet the Beatles" is more important than "Sgt. Pepper's". You cannot be serious. Pepper will go down in history as ahead of it's time. 100 years from now, it will still be current. IMHO
1st pressings have black label with colorband. 'Beatles' on cover in tan to brown print. No producer credit on back cover. 'ASCAP' and 'BMI' credits are missing on the label.2nd pressings have black label with colorband. 'Beatles' on cover in tan to brown print. Label has 'ASCAP' after every title except "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (BMI). No producer credit on back cover.Later 1964 pressings have black label with colorband. 'Beatles' on cover in tan to brown print. Some labels have 'ASCAP' after every title except "I Want To Hold Your Hand"; other labels have 'ASCAP' after every title except "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "I Saw Her Standing There" and "I Wanna Be Your Man". Still other labels have 'ASCAP' after every title except "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "I Wanna Be Your Man". Most back covers add 'Produced By George Martin in lower left.1965 pressing has black label with colorband. 'Beatles' on cover in green print. Most have 'Produced by George Martin' in lower left of back cover. Many have 'BMI' credit to every song except "Don't Bother Me" and "Till There Was You".(Source: Tim Neely, Goldmine Record Album Price Guide, 5th Edition, p89)
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