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Title: Not For Sale
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Beatles for Sale is the fourth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 4 December 1964 in the United Kingdom on EMI's Parlophone label.

Again, Beatles For Sale did not surface as a regular album in the US until 1987. In its place was "Beatles '65" which featured eight songs from Beatles For Sale, plus the A and B-side of 'I Feel Fine' and 'I'll Be Back' from the UK 's 'A Hard Day's Night' album. This album enjoyed a nine week run at the top of the US charts beginning in January, 1965. This too made the position, which it held for six weeks.

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Original UK pressing, laminated gatefold sleeve, with emitex inner. UK 25p PER EXTRA ITEM. Sampler album not for sale. Near Mint : Record should look unplayed, shiny, glossy no visible marks a. British Import.

Beatles For Sale is The Beatles’ fourth official LP in the UK. Released in December, 1964, it followed Please Please Me, With the Beatles and A Hard Day’s Night, all issued on Parlophone Records in Britain in quick succession in just a little over twenty months. Today, that sort of output would be considered more than just prolific. It’d be regarded as nigh on impossible for one band to produce so much content – but such was the popularity of The Beatles that they just kept the hits coming. The Songs on Beatles For Sale. The album features eight Lennon/McCartney numbers and six covers. It kicks off with three songs featuring John Lennon on vocals, story songs really, which are much more angst-ridden and autobiographical in nature than previous outings. Lennon really injects pop music with heartfelt slices of life, and talks in real terms about the pain and deceit that can riddle relationships.

Beatles For Sale was their 4th album in the UK. In the USA, eight of its tracks appeared on the Beatles'65 album and six more on Beatles VI. 9 people found this useful.

The beatles,beatles for sale album,vintage 12" lp 33,excellent condition. The Beatles - Beatles For Sale Parlophone PMC1240 LP Album Cover Only.

The Beatles' fourth EMI album was recorded at the height of their fame. In 1964 they recorded and released two new albums and an EP, starred in their first feature film, gave countless interviews, radio sessions and television appearances, and toured the world. As with Please Please Me and With The Beatles, Beatles For Sale contained six cover versions. The group's familiarity with the songs meant they were able to work quickly, with three of the covers – Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby, Rock And Roll Music and Words Of Love – recorded in a total of five takes at the end of a session on 18 October 1964. While Lennon had dominated the songwriting on A Hard Day's Night, Beatles For Sale was more of a collaborative effort.


A1 Help!
A2 Paul & John Speaking
A3 I'll Be On My Way
A4 Ringo's Help / Help Promotion
A5 Ticket To Ride
A6 Rock 'N' Roll Music
A7 Kansas City / Hey Hey Hey Hey
B1 I'm A Loser
B2 I'll Follow The Sun
B3 Honey Don't (Ringo)
B4 Dizzy Miss Lizzy
B5 Every Little Thing
B6 Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
B7 I'm Down
B8 Honey Don't (John)
B9 (not listed)
B10 Christmas Message Yesterday


A1: Sounds like the album version
A2: Interview w/Paul playing piano, 19 November 1967, Los Angeles Hilton Hotel, CA
A3: BBC, Side By Side, Paris Theatre, London, 4 April 1963
A4: Promotional TV spot for the "Help!" movie (wrongly listed as two separate tracks)
A5: Incomplete, possibly BBC "The Beatles (Invite You To Take A Ticket To Ride)", 7 June 1965, rec. 26 May 1965
A6-A7: Possibly Saturday Club #10, 26 December 1964, rec. 25 November 1964
B1: Live, incomplete
B2: Sounds like the album version
B3-B4: BBC "The Beatles (Invite You To Take A Ticket To Ride)", 7 June 1965, rec. 26 May 1965
B5: Outfake! Someone playing a 12-string guitar along to the album version. Taken from The Beatles - 20 X 4
B6: ?
B7: Excerpt from Hollywood Bowl 1965
B8: Pop Go The Beatles #12, 3 September 1963, rec. 1 September 1963, John on vocals
B9: unidentified - very short acoustic guitar sound and John's voice
B10: Excerpt from fan club flexi The Beatles - The Beatles Third Christmas Record, 1965

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BD-3561 The Beatles Not For Sale ‎(LP, Unofficial) Quarter Apple BD-3561 Unknown