- "She Loves You" (1963) The Beatles began recording "She Loves You" on a tour bus in England in late June 1963. They recorded it on July 1, 1963, less than a week later.
- "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (1963) The Beatles wrote "I Want To Hold Your Hand" in October 1963, and it was their first song to be recorded on four-track equipment.
- "Twist and Shout" (1964) "Twist and Shout" is arguably the best cover song of the Beatles' career. For early releases, they recorded a number of covers.
- "Can't Buy Me Love" (1964) The Beatles recorded "Can't Buy Me Love" January 29, 1964, just as "I Want To Hold Your Hand" was nearing the top of the US pop chart.
The Beatles were an English rock band from Liverpool who recorded hundreds of songs during their career. The group's "main catalogue"—songs released between 1962 and 1970—consists of 213 songs (four of which exist in different versions): 188 originals and 25 covers.
- The 50 greatest Beatles songs. Though the band was only together for a little less than a decade, their catalog is arguably the most influential collection of popular music since the advent of rock 'n'roll.
- "In My Life" It's one of the band’s loveliest songs (heightened by a sped-up piano bridge that sounds like a harpsichord), and also one of the most disputed in terms of authorship.
- "Yesterday" Paul McCartney claims he rolled out of bed, and the entire melody spilled out of his subconscious onto a piano. What he didn’t have initially were the lyrics (the working title was “Scrambled Eggs”), but once those got sorted out he came away with a song for the ages, one that expanded the Beatles audience to adult radio and, via George Martin, brought a symphonic quality to their music.
- "Hey Jude" Opinions vary among Beatles fans, save for in regard to “Hey Jude." This is a top-five track from the Fab Four regardless of which era or style you prefer.
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- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" Photo : ITV/Shutterstock. Writer: Harrison. Recorded: September 5 and 6, 1968. Released: November 25, 1968. Not released as a single.
- "A Day in the Life" Photo : David Magnus/Shutterstock. The ultimate Lennon-McCartney collaboration, “A Day in the Life” wasn’t recognized as the band’s masterwork until the Eighties, after Lennon’s death.
- "I Want to Hold Your Hand" Photo : CBS/Getty Images. “I Want to Hold Your Hand” was the first exposure most American had to the songwriting magic of Lennon and McCartney.
- "Strawberry Fields Forever" Photo : AP/Shutterstock. Lennon once said growing up “was scary because there was nobody to relate to.” Strawberry Field, a Liverpool youth’s home near where Lennon grew up, represented those haunting childhood visions.
In their prime, The Beatles were one of the biggest and most popular bands to ever entertain the world. Selling over 500 million records during their span, there are very few musicians who come close to their financial and pop culture success.
- Hey Jude. My absolute favorite song... It's just the message knot only for Julian) but everyone's movement is on his/ her shoulder. And nobody can stay silent at the Nananas.
- A Day in the Life. This song is so excellently performed with john lennon's low, depressed, sad vocals, then there's a loud symphany that is like the whole world is spinning faster and faster and faster like a twister and then it takes us to Paul McCartney's positive, up-beat, voice.
- Let It Be. Such an appropriate song to go out on. Of course we all know that the song is about Paul's mother, but it has a nice final message to Beatles fans.
- Here Comes the Sun. This song is the best, it's so good I can't stop listening to it. George Harrison is the best singer on The Beatles, My favourite Beatles Member