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The Beatles 100 Best Songs

The legendary Beatles band originated in 1959 in the UK, in the city of Liverpool. The very first line-up of the group included Paul McCartney (bass, guitar, vocals), John Lennon (guitar, vocals), George Harrison (guitar, vocals), Stuart Sutcliff (bass), Pete Best (drums).
At first, the group was known only in Liverpool, then, when in 1960 the musicians left for Germany, they were attracted to the attention of Tony Sheridan, who at that time was a very famous rock and roll performer. Together with The Beatles, Sheridan recorded the studio album Tony Sheridan and The Beatles. It was then that in the creative biography of The Beatles the first serious debut at the international level took place.
After a joint project with Sheridan, Brian Epstein, the owner of the record store, became interested in the group. Since the fall of 1961, he became their manager. When Stuart Sutcliffe left the band in December 1961, the Beatles became a quartet. Then the composition of the group underwent another change: the recording company, with which Epstein was negotiating, demanded to change the drummer Pete Best for his agreement to collaborate with the Beatles.
The first Beatles single, titled Love Me Do, was recorded at the then-unknown Parlophone Recording Studio in December 1962. Brian Epstein, trying to arouse public interest in the new hit of the group, took a rather risky step – he bought the first ten thousand copies. This commercial trick was a success – interest in the instantly scattered record attracted a lot of buyers. The Beatles’ first independent album was released in early 1963. By 1964, the whole world was crazy about the Beatles.
The official “birthday” of the Beatlemania phenomenon is considered to be the day the Beatles performed in the London Palladium Hall on October 13, 1963. Their concert was broadcast on television and attracted about fifteen million viewers. At the same time, thousands of fans of the group instead of watching a TV show preferred to gather at the concert hall building, hoping to see their idols in life.
On November 4 of that year, the Beatles performed at the Prince of Wales Theater. Their performance was the highlight of the Royal Variety show program. The Queen Mother herself admired the Beatles song “Till There Was You You”.
This time, the journalists of the British edition of “New Musical Express” did not make their categorical choice, but asked the famous musicians to choose their favorite song of the “Liverpool Four” and as a result amounted to TOP 100.

Among those interviewed by the NME were Arcade Fire, Johnny Marr, Royal Blood, Alt-J, Matt Bellamy, Jake Bagg, Bob Dylan, Noel and Liam Gallagher, The Killers, St Vincent, The Cribs, Fat White Family, Palma Violets, The Vaccines and many, many others.

The 100 best songs of The Beatles:
1. Strawberry Fields Forever
2. A Day In The Life
3. I Want To Hold Your Hand
4. Here Comes The Sun
5. Blackbird
6. Tomorrow Never Knows
7. Across the Universe
8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
9. I Am The Walrus
10. Hey Jude
11. Hey Bulldog
12. In My Life
13. Let It Be
14. Something
15. Abbey Road Medley
16. Ticket To Ride
17. Paperback Writer
18. For No One
19. A Hard Day’s Night
20. Come Together
21. Revolution
22. Yesterday
23. Twist and Shout
24. All You Need Is Love
25. We Can Work It Out
26. Norwegian Wood
27. Eleanor Rigby
28. Got To Get You Into My Life
29. Penny Lane
30. And Your Bird Can Sing
31. I Saw Her Standing There
32. Get Back
33. Michelle
34. She Loves You
35. All My Loving
36. Taxman
37. Dear Prudence
38. Here, There and Everywhere
39. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
40. Rain
41. Help!
42. Two Of Us
43. Can’t Buy Me Love
44. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)
45. Nowhere Man
46. ​​Long, Long, Long
47. She’s Leaving Home
48. Julia
49. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
50. With a Little Help from My Friends
51. Day Tripper
52. Eight Days A Week
53. Because
54. Helter Skelter
55. Don’t Let Me Down
56. Girl
57. Back In The USSR
58. Happiness Is a Warm Gun
59. I Should Have Known Better
60. I’m Only Sleeping
61. I Feel Fine
62. Love You To
63. Mother Nature’s Son
64. The Long And Winding Road
65. Yellow Submarine
66. Savoy Truffle
67. You’re Going To Lose That Girl
68. Drive My Car
69. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
70. Martha My Dear
71. The Fool On The Hill
72. Run For Your Life
73. I Want To Tell You
74. I’ve Just Seen A Face
75. Wait
76. I’m So Tired
77. Birthday
78. The Word
79. Glass Onion
80 yer blues
81. I Need You
82. You Really Got A Hold On Me
83. Do You Want To Know A Secret?
84. And I Love Her
85. Honey Pie
86. A Taste Of Honey
87. Getting Better
88. Baby It’s You
89. Real Love
90. Oh Darling!
91. Hello Goodbye
92. Like Dreamers Do
93. Dig A Pony
94. I Me Mine
95. You Know My Name (Look Up My Number)
96. When I’m Sixty-Four
97. Blue Jay Way
98. Anna (Go To Him)
99. Now And Then
100. Wild Honey Pie

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