Apparently The Beatles' 1963 Christmas Message appeared on iTunes shortly before Christmas as a special Christmas bonus. As far as I can tell it is the only one there but it can be downloaded for free from this link: admin December 19, 2017 album Comments Off on [Album] The Beatles – Fan Club Christmas Records 1963-1969 [MP3 + FLAC / Vinyl Hi-Res] 589 Views The Beatles – Fan Club Christmas Records 1963-1969 Released: 15 December 2017 The Beatles - The Christmas Records [7" Box Set] - Amazon.
com Music Interesting Finds Updated Daily. Another Beatles Christmas Record. Disc: 3 1. The Beatles Third Christmas Record. this is a superb present from Santa for the Beatles fan in your life. (The 1963 disc isn't an exact replica, as that originally came in a gatefold sleeve.
). The Beatles Fan Club Christmas Records. Each year from 1963 through 1969, the Beatles recorded a special Christmas greeting for their fans. The Official Beatles Fan Club in England sent flexi-discs containing the Christmas messages to its members each holiday season.
Before beginning work on what would become their next single, " I Want to Hold Your Hand, " the Beatles had some Yuletide housekeeping to attend to at the behest of their press officer, Tony Barrow. The first Beatles Christmas record was 1963 beatles christmas record by the Official Beatles Fan Club on December 9, 1963. Beginning in 1963, the Beatles started a holiday tradition of recording Christmas.
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Issued: 6 December 1963; Label:. The first Christmas recording from the Beatles. RECORD 63 - 69. Find great deals on eBay for Beatles Christmas in Music Records. Shop with. A flexi release of the 1963 Beatles Christmas Record. Issued by. The Beatles - Another Beatles Christmas Record. The Beatles - The Beatles' Christmas Album (All Christmas Fan Club Flexi-Singles 1963 - 1969 Plus.
Find a The Beatles - Christmas Album first pressing or reissue. Complete. Christmas Album (Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Promo) album cover. 1963, 5: 00. Dec 15, 2017. Between 1963 and 1969, the Beatles sent limited-edition Christmas singles to paid-up members of their fan club. Consisting of wordplay-laden.
1 Beatles Xmas Flexi 1963 5: 01 2 Another Beatles Xmas Flexi 1964 3: 58 3 Beatles Third Xmas Flexi 1965 6: 21 4 Beatles Fourth Xmas Flexi 1966 6: 37 5.
Dec 23, 2013. Every year from 1963 to 1969, the Beatles recorded a special Christmas greeting to their fans. It started when" Beatlemania" took off and the. Rather, at Christmas time 1964, US fans received an edited version of The Beatles' Christmas Record, which had been sent to British fan-club members in 1963. Also, as opposed to using flexi-discs, the US fan-club sent the message in a tri-fold cardboard mailer, with the" record" embedded in one of the flaps of cardboard.
Before beginning work on what would become their next single, " I Want to Hold Your Hand, " the Beatles had some Yuletide housekeeping to attend to at the behest of their press officer, Tony Barrow.
The Beatles Christmas Record Recorded October 17, 1963, Studio 2, Abbey Road, London Released to members of the UK fan club on December 6, 1963 and US member. 5: Christmas Time (Is Here Again) – The Beatles Fifth Christmas Record (1967) 6: The Beatles Sixth Christmas Record (Double Sided) (1968) 7: The Beatles Seventh Christmas Record (Double Sided) (1969) Recording: The Beatles’ Christmas Record, You Really Got A Hold On Me, I Want To Hold Your Hand, This Boy Thursday 17 October 1963 Studio 1 Comment Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road The Beatles Fan Club Christmas Records.
Each year from 1963 through 1969, the Beatles recorded a special Christmas greeting for their fans. The Official Beatles Fan Club in England sent flexi-discs containing the Christmas messages to its members each holiday season.