The Beatles, With The Beatles


Friday, 22 November 1963 is still remembered by many who lived through it as the day that President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Earlier on that eventful day, Parlophone released The Beatles second album. With The Beatles carried on where Please Please Me had left off, melding more Lennon-McCartney originals with further highlights from their stage set. It also included the song-writing debut of their 20-year-old, lead guitarist, George Harrison. None of the tracks from With The Beatles was released as a single in the UK, and the distinctive black-and-white cover, shot by Robert Freeman, also broke new ground for a pop album. Like Please Please Me, it didn’t receive a US release until 1987, but the cover shot was used on their debut album for Capitol, Meet The Beatles which also included nine of the tracks from the British release, plus three other songs, including their first US hit, I Want To Hold Your Hand.

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