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Four by the Beatles

Four by the Beatles
EP by The Beatles
Released 11 May 1964
Recorded 1963, EMI Studios, London
Genre Rock
Length 9:33
Label Capitol
Producer George Martin
The Beatles EP chronology
Souvenir of Their Visit to America
(1964)
Four by the Beatles
(1964)
Long Tall Sally
(1964)

Four by the Beatles was the second of three Beatles EPs released in the United States, and the first of two by Capitol Records (catalogue number EAP 1-2121). The album featured four songs that had previously been heavily imported into the US as Canadian singles.[1] It made #92 on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.[2]

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Lead singer Length
1. "Roll Over Beethoven"   Chuck Berry George Harrison 2:44
2. "All My Loving"   John Lennon and Paul McCartney Paul McCartney 2:03
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Lead singer Length
1. "This Boy"   John Lennon and Paul McCartney John Lennon 2:11
2. "Please Mister Postman"   Brian Holland John Lennon 2:35

Notes

  1. ^ Spizer, Bruce (2000). The Beatles' Story on Capitol Records, Part One: Beatlemania and the Singles, p. 41–2. New Orleans, Louisiana: 498 Productions. ISBN 0-9662649-1-6
  2. ^ Thompson, Dave (2002). The Music Lover's Guide to Record Collecting. Backbeat Books. p. 63.  

External links

  • The Beatles Discography 1962–1970: American EPs page
  • websiteThe Beatles' Story on Capitol Records, Part One: Beatlemania and the SinglesBruce Spizer's
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