|Ticket To Ride|
|Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)|
|We Can Work It Out|
|A Hard Day's Night|
|And I Love Her|
|I Want To Hold Your Hand|
|Can't Buy Me Love|
|All My Loving|
|2870 408||The Hobos||Sounds Like The Beatles (LP)||Contour||2870 408||UK||1974|
|30 cv 1324||Carnaby Group||Integral Cover Version Of Beatles (LP)||Musidisc||30 cv 1324||France||1976|
|LP 6258||Morrison's Green Group||Beatles Vol. 2 (LP, Cov)||Les Tréteaux||LP 6258||France||1976|
Original 1974 LP - THE HOBOS SOUNDS LIKE THE BEATLES. CONTOUR RECORDS 2870-408. CONDITION: The vinyl has couple of tiny surface marks that don't affect play. B4 I Want To Hold Your Hand. The inner sleeve and labels are excellent. Sounds Like The Beatles LP. Release Date: 1974. Record Type: LP. Sleeve has ring/edge wear, corner creasing, G. 2870 408 Sleeve Condition:GOOD. 10 - I Want To Hold Your Hand.
Original 1974 LP - THE HOBOS SOUNDS LIKE THE BEATLES. BEATLES Christmas album LP Rare orig Fanclub album Bell Sound stamp Authentic. VG /VG s1. Artist The Beatles. Sounds Like The Beatles LP by The Hobos.
Revolver is the seventh studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. Released on 5 August 1966, it was the Beatles' final recording project before their retirement as live performers and marked the group's most overt use of studio technology up to that time, building on the advances of their late 1965 release Rubber Soul.
Disques Festival – ALBUM 234, Disques Festival – 10. 80. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP. Country: France. 1976 LP1 The Hobos: Sounds Like The Beatles. LP2 Carnaby Group – After The Beatles 1969-1974. Despite having similar title and artwork (ish) to Integral Cover Version Of Beatles it is in fact a release of After The Beatles 1969-1974.
Never before had a rock record been so self-reflective, or so ironic; the Beach Boys send-up "Back in the .
The album Corridor of Faces by Lazy Smoke is what Sgt. Pepper would have sounded like if John had been in charge and got rid of all the Edwardian musical hall stuff but only had a recording budget of four dollars and 98 cents. The album is ridiculously rare, but it is so good that collectors considered it to be undervalued, because once a collector acquires it, it never sees the light of day again until the estate sale.
Hello, Beatles Jen again. Are you sick of me talking about the Beatles yet? Good, because it’s now time for me to talk about a band that sounds exactly like the Beatles, only NEW! (This is your chance to get out now, readers, while you still can!). Well, that’s not entirely true. If I am to be completely honest, this new band, who have really been around since 2012, sound more like a mix of 1968 Beatles (mainly the Lennon stuff), T-Rex, and a little bit of cosmic David Bowie thrown in there for good measure. The long and the short of it, they’re as British as British can come
It sounds more like Sgt Peppers, thoughtfully produced and sparkling end to end. The Esher demos are a great historical document, too, and well worth the price. but really it's the new mix of the official release that carries this. The Beatles met at George Harrison's estate to demo the songs for their next album. These simplfied arrangements bring a fresh quality to material that has been listened to over the last fifty years and the sound quality is a huge upgrade compared to what we had before.
In their native United Kingdom, between 1962 and 1970, the Beatles released 12 studio albums, 13 extended plays (EPs) and 22 singles. The Beatles' discography was originally released on the vinyl format, with full-length long plays (LPs), shorter EPs and singles.