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  1. On February 7, , The Beatles arrived at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport, greeted by scores of screaming, swooning fans who rushed the gate to catch a glimpse of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr as they took their first steps on American soil/5().
  2. Meet The Beatles 1: I Want To Hold Your Hand: 2: I Saw Her Standing There: 3: This Boy: 4: It Won't Be Long: 5: All I've Got To Do: 6: All My Loving: 7: Don't Bother Me: 8: Little Child: 9: Till There Was You: Hold Me Tight: I Wanna Be Your Man: Not A Second Time: The Beatles' Second Album
  3. Si l’on oubli l’album: Introducing The Beatles qui est sorti lui aussi en et qui était le premier album de la discographie américaine. Projet qui avait été annulé au départ et finalement lancé en par le label Vee-Jay. Cet album CD est emballé dans une enveloppe de plastique avec languette pliante, comme pour les /5().
  4. "This Boy" was remastered for compact disc by George Martin and released in on the Past Masters, Volume One compilation. On 9 September it was re-released on the two CD set Past Masters, as part of the remastering of the original Beatles' catalogue, and was included in The Beatles Stereo Box Set and in The Beatles in Mono box Doo wop, pop.
  5. Further Details Title: Meet the Beatles Artist: The Beatles Catalogue Number: Barcode: Format: CD Condition: New Number Of Discs: 5 Release Date: Sub Genre: Sixties Pop Tracklist: I Want to Hold Your Hand She Loves You From Me to You Twist and Shout Love Me Do Baby It's You Don't Bother Me Please Please Me I Saw Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Meet The Beatles! on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - 4XT • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • .
  7. Meet the Beatles! wasn't the first Beatles album released in the U.S. (that would've been Introducing the Beatles, on Vee Jay), but as the first Beatles album released by Capitol Records, it was indeed the LP where many millions of Americans were introduced to the Fab Four. As an introduction, there could hardly have been one better. Largely comprised of material released on their second U.K.
  8. Largely comprised of material released on their second U.K. LP, With the Beatles -- the album art offers a blue-tinted spin on that late release -- Meet the Beatles! contains nine of that album's 14 songs, cutting out almost all the covers (all the better for publishing rights, but also an effective showcase of the group's talents; it's 5/5(2).