Songs from the Yellow Submarine Book
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The music featured in The Beatles’ whimsical book Yellow Submarine covers a wide swath of the Fab Four’s songbook up to its release in 1968. We’ve gathered a cross section of those songs from 1965’s Help! to Rubber Soul, Revolver, and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Four selections from producer George Martin’s lively Yellow Submarine score are also included in a playlist that is sure to vanquish any Blue Meanies.$16.77
Name Artist Time Price 1 Yellow Submarine The Beatles 2:38 $1.29 View In iTunes 2 Pepperland George Martin 2:20 $1.29 View In iTunes 3 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles 2:01 $1.29 View In iTunes 4 Yellow Submarine In Pepperland George Martin 2:12 $1.29 View In iTunes 5 Eleanor Rigby The Beatles 2:06 $1.29 View In iTunes 6 Help! The Beatles 2:18 $1.29 View In iTunes 7 With a Little Help From My Friends The Beatles 2:44 $1.29 View In iTunes 8 All Together Now The Beatles 2:10 $1.29 View In iTunes 9 Sea of Monsters George Martin 3:36 $1.29 View In iTunes 10 Nowhere Man The Beatles 2:43 $1.29 View In iTunes 11 Sea of Holes George Martin 2:16 $1.29 View In iTunes 12 Think For Yourself The Beatles 2:18 $1.29 View In iTunes 13 All You Need Is Love The Beatles 3:48 $1.29 View In iTunes 13 Songs
Missing the Key Tracks
There were four songs in Yellow Submarine that do not appear on other Beatles albums: "All Together Now", "Hey Bulldog", "Only a Northern Song", and "It's All Too Much". These are the songs that make any of the different Yellow Submarine soundtracks worth buying. This album has only one of the four, making it pretty superfluous. All the Beatles tracks on here are classic though.
It's time for the mono
Beatles sound best in mono, it isn't opinion, it is fact. Please iTunes, put the MONO BeaTles!
Where are the rest of the songs that were in the movie? And "Help!" wasn't even featured in it! : ? Why didn't they just bring YELLOW SUBMARINE SONGTRACK back into print?
- Released: Nov 04, 2011