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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 077774643627
  • Catalog Number: 46436

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 It Won't Be Long (2:13)
  2. 2 All I've Got to Do (2:02)
  3. 3 All My Loving (2:07)
  4. 4 Don't Bother Me (2:28)
  5. 5 Little Child (1:46)
  6. 6 Till There Was You (2:13)
  7. 7 Please Mister Postman (2:34)
  8. 8 Roll over Beethoven (2:45)
  9. 9 Hold Me Tight (2:31)
  10. 10 You've Really Got a Hold on Me (3:01)
  11. 11 I Wanna Be Your Man (1:59)
  12. 12 Devil in Her Heart (2:26)
  13. 13 Not a Second Time (2:06)
  14. 14 Money (That's What I Want) (2:51)
  15. 15 With the Beatles Mini-Documentary
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Beatles Primary Artist, Primary Artist
George Harrison Guitar, Vocals
John Lennon Guitar, Harmonica, Rhythm Guitar, Hammond Organ, Vocals
Paul McCartney Piano, Bass Guitar, Vocals
Ringo Starr Drums, Maracas, Vocals
George Martin Piano
Technical Credits
George Martin Producer
Robert Freeman Cover Photo
Berry Gordy Jr. Composer
Brian Holland Composer
Alan Rouse Liner Notes
Norman Smith Engineer
Kevin Howlett Liner Notes
Georgia Dobbins Composer
Tony Barrow Liner Notes
Steve Rooke Remastering
William Garrett Composer
Guy Massey Remastering
Janie Bradford Composer
Robert Bateman Composer
Richard Dropkin Composer
Christiana Drapkin Composer
Sam O'Kell Remastering
Drew Lorimer Redesign
Freddie Gorman Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    MEET THE BEATLES!

    This is the original British version of the album that kicked off Beatlemania in the United States. Those four shadowed faces in black and white, staring back at a world that was soon to be changed forever, has got to be one of the greatest album covers of all time. Re-titled MEET THE BEATLES for the U.S. record market, (featuring a slight variation in songs) the Beatles became the first British act to crack the American top ten. It also happens to be one of the Beatles ‘ best albums. Some of Ringo’s best drumming is featured and Lennon and McCartney’s song writing is in full bloom. George Harrison contributes some amazing lead guitar as well. If you want to relive 1964 or just want to hear some great music, this is the album for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No Sophomore slump for the Fab Four!

    This is a more than worthy followup to the Beatles' excellent debut, Please Please Me. Like any good sophomore effort should, this record transcends their debut and shows the band evolving further into the pop superstars their debut suggested they would become. It is hard for me to say whether I like this record or its American counterpart, Meet the Beatles, better because they are not the same record, despite having a similar cover and somewhat similar content. I guess I would give the edge to Meet the Beatles because of the inclusion of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," but With the Beatles can and does stand on its own so maybe it would be unfair to compare the two. This record represented an unusual conceit at the time, an album that was not designed to promote, or that was not built around, a hit single. No hit singles were released from this album, though several tracks did receive a lot of radio airplay. In this case the conceit, and the gamble, worked. This record definitely shows the Beatles evolving as both performers and songwriters. The cover versions further underscore the fact that the Beatles were bar none the best live band of their time. Once the Beatles covered a song it became theirs. Their covers of the Marvellettes' "Please Mr. Postman" & Barrett Strong's "Money" clearly eclipse the original versions and their covers of Chuck Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven" & the Miracles' "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" are as good as the originals. The original numbers also stand out on this collection showing a growth and development, especially in the case of John Lennon, that was barely hinted at on their debut. Lennon's compositions really shine on this record with "It Won't Be Long," "All I've Got to Do" & "Not A Second Time" ranking among his best work. George Harrison delivers a classic right out of the box with his first composition to be featured on a Beatles' record, the dark, foreboding, "Don't Bother Me," a foreshadow of what was to come from "the quiet Beatle." McCartney would have to wait until "A Hard Day's Night" to show his development as a songwriter. Most of his contributions to this record are weak. Not even "All My Loving," his best composition on the album, can hold a candle to Lennon's work here (and please do not get me started on his oh so earnest reading of "Til There Was You:" as if "A Taste of Honey" were not enough. Thank God Paul's penchant for showtunes and standards ended here). All in all this would make a fine addition to your Beatles' collection. Even Ringo gets in the act with a rousing send up of Lennon-McCartney's "I Wanna Be Your Man." If you own Meet the Beatles, you still must buy this CD! It would only get better from here.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    this is the original version

    this is a great listen if you want some early beatles action... the reasont that the 2 first american singles were left off is because they werent on the original album from the UK. they were, however, on the american release. calm down about the music industry conspiracy theories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What? Fooled by the Packing Again

    This isn't a real album. I have the real album ("Meet the Beatles--the 33-1/3 rpm vinyl thing from 1963, when I bought it). That album has "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and "I Saw Her Standing There" on it. This is some kind of re-packaged deal to make money by not including the first two U.S. hits so those songs could be put on some OTHER album and the music industry could sell TWO CDs. Any critical observations about "musical development" and "artistic growth" are therefore highly suspect. Who decided what songs went on this CD--and when was that decided? John Lennon must be rolling over in his grave.

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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

    Listener: 15-Year-Old Beatles fan

    I LOVE this album! I feel that out of all their REALLY really early stuff, this is probably their best. There are some really great songs on here. They're very energetic, fun, loud, and just wonderful. Also there are some great cover songs on here. George Harrison's version of Roll Over Beethovan is 100% better than Chuck Berry's version! It's the best verison I've heard of the song, period! Also, there are some great Lennon/McCartney numbers on here and also George's songwritting debut song is on here, which is Don't Bother Me, which I must say is one of George's best songs, especially for it being his first! I think that this is a great album and I highly recommend this album to everyone, especially kids my age because I feel that even though a lot of these songs were written in the '60s I think that a teenager today can still relate to what Lennon/McCartney, and Harrison are talking about in their songs.

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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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