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Beatles Ballads an album worth listening to

The Beatles Ballads Cover

The Beatles Ballads Track List

Side One

  1. Yesterday (1965)
  2. Norwegian Wood (1965)
  3. Do You Want To Know A Secret (1963)
  4. For No One (1966)
  5. Michelle (1965)
  6. Nowhere Man (1965)
  7. You’ve Got To Hide You Love Away (1965)
  8. Across The Universe (1970)
  9. All My Loving (1963)
  10. Hey Jude (1968)

Side Two

  1. Something (1969)
  2. The Fool On The Hill (1967)
  3. Till There Was You (1963)
  4. The Long And Winding Road (1970)
  5. Here Comes The Sun (1969)
  6. Blackbird (1968)
  7. And I Love Her (1964)
  8. She’s Leaving Home (1967)
  9. Here, There And Everywhere (1967)
  10. Let It Be (1970)

The Beatles Ballads Back

The Beatles Ballads album that I had was manufactured and printed here in the Philippines by DYNA Products Inc. under license from EMI Ltd, of London England. The cover sleeve has some tear at the sides but the front and back art is still intact and can visibly seen without any damage. the record when I first had it was very dirty  and needed some cleaning. After I cleaned it I played it on my turntable to see if the record was still fine. The dismay I felt when it played because the first track which was  Yesterday was skipping and no matter how many times I tried to clean it it was still doing it. I tried to look for scratches, but there was no visible one. The only comfort that I would have was that it was the only song that skipped. I hope that i can still find a copy like this because this album is definitely a keeper especially if you are a Beatles fan.

The Beatles Ballads is a compilation album featuring a selection of  ballad songs by The Beatles. All the songs in the album were written by Lennon and McCartney except for Across The Universe. The album wasn’t released in the United States, but released in some parts of the world. The biggest impact it had was in Australia were it spent number 1 for 7 weeks. The cover art was made by an artist named Patrick (John Byrne) and it was supposed to be used for The Beatles as a possible cover for The Beatles also known as the White Album.

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