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Another Hard Days Night (Instrumental) - The Beatles - The Capitol Albums Vol.2 (CD, Album)

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  1. Paul and John were the leading creative power of the band. These two worked hard enough to produce two or three monumental albums per year, apart from multitudes of worthy records left unreleased. In , The Beatles released Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, their first conceptual rock album.
  2. The Beatles MIDI/MP3 Music Homepage focuses on all the vinyl record releases in the United States. From , the Beatles were the most popuar rock band in the world and even after their breakup, they still remain as popular as ever. This website includes songs in the MIDI format, MP3 sound bytes and lyrics of every song ever written or performed on their originally .
  3. The Capitol Albums, Volume 2 is a box set compilation composed of The Beatles’ American Capitol Records releases.
  4. "You're Going to Lose That Girl" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album and film Help!, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Capitol Records originally titled the song "You're Gonna Lose That Girl" in the United States.
  5. The Beatles ‎– The Capitol Albums Vol.2 Label: Apple Records ‎– CDP 3 2 6, Capitol Records ‎– CDP 3 2 /5(21).
  6. A Hard Day’s Night Original Motion Picture Sound Track (United States, ) Buy A Hard Day’s Night Original Soundtrack on CD or on iTunes The United Artist’s version of the soundtrack to A Hard Day’s Night, released only in fuddnefolnurevibelhighwintombpregroxt.coinfo Artists, the company which released the film, had exclusive rights to the soundtrack to the film, and Capitol was forced to recreate the album .
  7. The second installment of Capitol's long-awaited, ongoing series of reissues of the Beatles ' American albums covers the four Fab Four albums Capitol released in The Early Beatles, Beatles VI, Help!, and Rubber Soul.
  8. "Hard Day's Night was the first big one that I did. I had the benefit of having a director who was a musician - Dick Lester - who was quite a good pianist. And of course we recorded the special songs for the film as, as we just do ordinary recordings, and Dick used a lot of the songs I'd already recorded, you know, the past albums.

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