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With the Beatles [Remastered]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    All I've Got To Do Is Tell You About This Album

    It Won't Be Long until you decide to buy this awesome hit by the Beatles. Little Child, you're stupid if you don't like it! Please, Mr. Postman, deliver my order of With The Beatles soon!! Don't Bother Me once you've got it! I'll bet all my Money that this album is so good that you'll love it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Beatlemania begins

    There was definitly a different rock and roll sound in this record than in any previous rock and roll records from other artists. It was the beatle sound that started the mania. You can clearly see that John Lennon was in charge of the group in that moment because most of their original compositions were his. Although Paul McCartney had a major influence also and was begining to stand out from the others with extraordinary compositions such as ''All my loving''. The covers on the album are also very good.'' Please Mr Postman'' and ''Money (that´s what I want) are the ones that stand out for me. I also can say that their next effort ''A hard days night'' was much better for me because I feel it had a more pop oriented direction and the compositions are much better. Songs like ''Can´t buy me love'', ''Tell me why'', ''And I love her'' and '' I´ll be back'' show their genius.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Destined for Greatness

    Coming off the good cheer of 'Please, Please Me', piano playing producer George Martin gathered the Fabs back into EMI/Abbey Road No.2 Studio for an incredibly strong follow up. Performing many self-penned numbers along with some magnificently interpreted MoTown covers, we finally hear the definitive Merseyside Sound that made the jaded American charts totally surrender to the Fabs and grab Ed Sullivan's ever prescient ear. Good and timeless as it is, the best was a breathless yet to come! MARVELOUS!!!

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    Posted January 11, 2009

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