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The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool, in 1960. They became the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed act in the rock music era.
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Moonpedro and the Gold Fish — The Beatles Moonpedro and the Gold Fish — The Beatles "White Album" Revisited
(Apollon Records , 2018, CD)
The Ed Palermo Big Band — The Great Un-American Songbook - Volumes I & II The Ed Palermo Big Band — The Great Un-American Songbook - Volumes I & II
(Cuneiform Rune 435/436, 2017, 2CD)
San Francisco String Trio — May I Introduce to You San Francisco String Trio — May I Introduce to You
(Ridgeway Records, 2017, CD)
Amarok — Hayat Yolunda (Path of Life) Amarok — Hayat Yolunda (Path of Life)
(Azafrán Media AP1527, 2015, 2CD)
Baraka — The Baraka Baraka — The Baraka
(Butterfly HOPE010, 2013, CD)
The Beatles — Anthology 2 The Beatles — Anthology 2
(Apple CDPCSP 728, 1995/1996, 2CD)
The Beatles — Anthology 1 The Beatles — Anthology 1
(Apple CDPCSP 727, 1994/1995, 2CD)
The Beatles — Anthology 3 The Beatles — Anthology 3
(Apple CDPCSP 729, 1970/1996, 2CD)
The Beatles — Let It Be The Beatles — Let It Be
(Apple PXS 1, 1970, LP)
The Beatles — Let It Be... Naked The Beatles — Let It Be... Naked
(Capitol Apple CDP 7243 5 95713 2 4, 1970/2003, CD)
The Beatles — Abbey Road The Beatles — Abbey Road
(Apple PCS 7088, 1969, LP)
The Beatles — Yellow Submarine The Beatles — Yellow Submarine
(Apple PCS 7070, 1969, LP)
The Beatles — The Beatles (AKA The White Album) The Beatles — The Beatles (AKA The White Album)
(Apple PCS 7067/8, 1968, 2LP)
The Beatles — Magical Mystery Tour The Beatles — Magical Mystery Tour
(Capitol MAL-2835, 2835, 1967, LP)
The Beatles — Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles — Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
(Parlophone PMC 7027, 1967, LP)
The Beatles — Revolver The Beatles — Revolver
(Parlophone PMC 7009, 1966, LP)
The Beatles — Help! The Beatles — Help!
(Parlophone PMC 1255, 1965, LP)
The Beatles — Rubber Soul The Beatles — Rubber Soul
(Parlophone PMC 1267, 1965, LP)
The Beatles — Beatles for Sale The Beatles — Beatles for Sale
(Parlophone PCS 3062, 1964, LP)
The Beatles — A Hard Day's Night The Beatles — A Hard Day's Night
(Parlophone PMC 1230, 1964, LP)
The Beatles — Please Please Me The Beatles — Please Please Me
(Parlophone PMC 1202, 1963, LP)
The Beatles — With the Beatles The Beatles — With the Beatles
(Parlophone PMC 1206, 1963, LP)

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