Which songs are on the british version the beatles revolver?
I'm Only Sleeping
Love You To
Here, There & Everywhere
She Said, She Said
Good Day, Sunshine
And Your Bird Can Sing
For No One
I Want To Tell You
Got To Get You Into My Life
Tomorrow Never Knows
The Revolver album 'only' had 14 songs (11 in the US). The Beatles wrote and performed many more than 14 songs, so many Beatles' songs did not appear on their album 'Revolver'! However, if you want to know which songs are on the UK edition of Revolver but not on the US version, see Related Questions below.
I'm Only Sleeping And Your Bird Can Sing Doctor Robert These three songs were "borrowed" by Capitol Records, and released weeks ahead of Revolver, on the US compilation Yesterday and Today. (The mono version of the album used the plain mono mixes; the stereo version used Capitol's "duophonic" stereo processing.) Consequently, the US version of Revolver has only 11 tracks, but the UK version has 14. (see 'Related links' below for more information)
"Revolver" is the title of an album by the Beatles that was released in August of 1966. There is not a title track on the album. The most famous songs include Eleanor Rigby, Got To Get You Into My Life, Good Day Sunshine and Yellow Submarine. Lyrics for Beatle songs are available on Metro Lyrics, AZ Lyrics and Lets Sing It, among others.
The Beatles original records were never released in the US until the CD's in the 80's. Capital records in the US reassembled records for the public with a slightly echo-y mix and shorter song line up. Meet the Beatles The Beatles second album The Beatles Story (collection of interviews on record) something new Hard days night (United artist release with only songs from the movie, the Beatles had like 8 more songs not from the…
The UK albums made by the Beatles were: Please Please Me With the Beatles A Hard Day's Night Beatles For Sale Help Rubber Soul Revolver Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles (double album, commonly known as the White Album) Yellow Submarine Abbey Road Let It Be A number of singles and EPs were also released. In the US, Vee-Jay records and Capitol records reshuffled the Beatles songs to make "Beatles" albums with different…
Most of their early albums included cover tunes, written by other people. Carl Perkins credited the Beatles with reviving his career, after a slump in the early Sixties, because they mentioned him as an influence. He attended a session at Abbey Road where they recorded several of his songs. The UK version of A Hard Day's Night included all Lennon/McCartney songs, but the UK version of Help! included cover tunes. After 1965, the Beatles began…
Any of them that weren't on Revolver. Off the top of my head, the 14 songs on Revolver include: Taxman Eleanor Rigby Here There and Everywhere And Your Bird Can Sing Yellow Submarine For No One Love You To I Want To Tell You Doctor Robert I'm Only Sleeping She Said She Said Good Day Sunshine Got To Get You Into My Life Tomorrow Never Knows
A Hard Day's Night. All other albums from their "Beatlemania period" featured songs mostly by Lennon and McCartney, but also Harrison, and other songwriters as well. Albums from Revolver forward featured songs written by the Beatles only, but always a song or two from Harrison. The White Album and Abbey Road even featured songs by Richard Starkey (aka Ringo Starr).
The Beatles recorded and released 214 different songs on original release albums, EP's and singles, about 20 of which were not written by the Beatles. Some of these songs were recorded more than once, but a little differently and re-released. Two songs were recorded in German in the early days. The Beatles also recorded many songs that were never released. Some of these turned up on post-Beatles solo albums.
The Rolling Stones are more likely to have more songs than The Beatles, because the band was together longer. However, if you count all the songs that the Beatles recorded, during their solo careers, the Beatles probably had more songs as they recorded probably nearly the same amount of songs as a band indivually. Hope this answers your question :)