Someone thought this may be the 6th thread, and suggested using "Beatles VI" as the title. I was thinking it was closer to being the 9th thread and was thinking of calling it "#9", so I compromised, thus the title.
I didn't want the title to be based only on the number of threads so, on a hunch, I decided to count their Capitol and Parlophone albums.
Check this out......
#1. Please Please Me ~ Parlophone ~ March 22, '63
#2. With The Beatles ~ Parlophone ~ Nov 25, '63
#3. Meet The Beatles ~ Capitol ~ Jan 20, '64
#4. The Beatles Second Album ~ Capitol ~ Apr 10, '64
#5. A Hard Day's Night ~ Parlophone ~ Dec 4, '64
#6. Something New ~ Capitol ~ July '64
#7. Beatles For Sale ~ Parlophone Dec 4, '64
#8. Beatles '65 ~ Capitol ~ Dec 15, '64
#9. Beatles VI ~ Capitol ~ June 14, '65
Coincidence or another "clue"?
Either way it's interesting.
Feb 9th marks 49 years since The Beatles' first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show and the beginning of The British Invasion. American r&b, rock&roll and blues influenced The Beatles and other British bands. In turn, British bands helped reinvigorate American rock. The 60s were a time when artists from both sides of the ocean were influencing each other, creating a revolution in music and culture.
The discussion continues on The Beatles, their music and all the other great artists and music we love....and some we may not like so much. lol!
Everyone is welcome to join in. Enjoy!
Yeah I know. I unintentionally left out EARLY BEATLES, as a couple of people were kind enough to inform me. That's what I get for relying on Wikipedia, which left it off the list of studio releases. After someone mentioned I had left it out, I looked and it was listed under "compilations".
Oh well! So I made a mistake.
The title of the thread was meant to be humorous or tongue-in-cheek. We all know about "#9" and the other "clues" concerning "Paul Is Dead", most of which are not based on fact. If you're looking for fact, maybe you should stick to historical documents like this;
Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison
Sometimes it's best not to take everything so seriously. I don't know about everyone else but I'm on here to relax and have some fun.