71 Songs, 2 Hours 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Beatles began their long-running relationship with the BBC in 1962, after passing an audition to earn a spot on Teenagers Turn—Here We Go. The string of sessions recorded during the three years that followed—dozens of live-in-the-studio appearances that included performances of early hits, rarities, and a variety of covers—is compiled on this double-length collection. The energy of the young quartet throughout is electrifying, whether they’re blasting through versions of songs by Carl Perkins, Little Richard, Elvis, and Chuck Berry, harmonizing tunes by The Teddy Bears (“To Know Her Is To Love Her”) and The Crickets (“Don’t Ever Change”), covering R&B singer Arthur Alexander (including an impeccable take on "Soldier of Love”), or playing freshly written originals by Lennon and McCartney.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Beatles began their long-running relationship with the BBC in 1962, after passing an audition to earn a spot on Teenagers Turn—Here We Go. The string of sessions recorded during the three years that followed—dozens of live-in-the-studio appearances that included performances of early hits, rarities, and a variety of covers—is compiled on this double-length collection. The energy of the young quartet throughout is electrifying, whether they’re blasting through versions of songs by Carl Perkins, Little Richard, Elvis, and Chuck Berry, harmonizing tunes by The Teddy Bears (“To Know Her Is To Love Her”) and The Crickets (“Don’t Ever Change”), covering R&B singer Arthur Alexander (including an impeccable take on "Soldier of Love”), or playing freshly written originals by Lennon and McCartney.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
240 Ratings
240 Ratings
pock64 ,

Far out !!

No studio trickery ..No autotune..No fancy overdubs..Just pure Rock n Roll talent and youthful energy by The greatest band in the universe..Even on these early recording you can hear the talent..Plus Paul Mccartney shows that he was bass genius even back then..

Whiz2347 ,

Lay down your arms!

And listen to this.

Rolling Stoned Bealte ,

Beatles Rock

Album made my day Thank you

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