I Feel Fine - The Beatles - 1962 - 1966
Label: Apple Records - PCSP 717 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: India • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll
The Red and Blue albums were compiled and I Feel Fine - The Beatles - 1962 - 1966 in the spring ofa year when the legend of The Beatles was even bigger than it had been when the group was together. Three years after the break-up, all four former Beatles were enjoying enormous solo success.
Less greatest hits collections than surveys of The Beatles' high points, the two double albums became essential introductions for fans who came aboard after The Beatles broke up. For millions of music lovers born after the mid-fifties, these have been and always will be where The Bealtes experience begins. Also, by it was becoming clear that the breakup of The Beatles was not going to be, as many had believed, a temporary thing.
There was still widespread hope that they would reunite at some point, but their continued success as solo artists made it apparent that the four former Beatles were serious about going their separate ways. They had more hit singles that could fit on even a double album, and to complicate things, some I Feel Fine - The Beatles - 1962 - 1966 the group's most important songs - "A Day In The Life", The Fool On G-Shit - Various - Hit List 11 Hill", and in England even Yesterday - were not released as singles.
The Red and Blue albums had to tell The Beatles' story in limited time, necessarily leaving out many big songs while conveying a sense of the whole history of the group. Through all the changes we always feel at home - because we The River Is Rising - Greg X Volz* - The River Is Rising (Vinyl, Album, LP) in the company of John, Paul, George and Ringo.
They never let us down. The Beatles Love Me Do. Please Please Me. From Me To You. She Loves You. All My Loving. Can't Buy Me Love. A Hard Day's Night. And I Love Her. Eight Days A Week. I Feel Fine. Ticket To Ride. We Can Work It Out.
Day Tripper. Drive My Car. Nowhere Man. In My Life. Paperback Writer. Eleanor Rigby. Yellow Submarine. The Beatles CD.