Early Beatles Albums Boxed Up For The Holidays

Remember the good old days when The Beatles sang songs about holding hands and a girl named Long Tall Sally? Fed up with all of those trippy, drug-induced, change the face of popular music forever Beatles tunes from their post-getting-bitched-at-by-Bob Dylan-for-writing-meaningless-songs days? Well then, Capitol Records has just thing for you this holiday season. The Beatles' first four US releases will hit shelves as The Capitol Albums Volume 1 on November 16. In case you're not a trivia buff, Meet The Beatles, The Beatles Second Album, Something New, and Beatles '65, were all released in 1964.

According to Billboard, all of the albums have been remastered from the original tapes and include stereo and mono versions of each song. A 48-page booklet that chronicles the band's rise to stardom in the US and the phenomenon known as Beatlemania will be included as well. Check the track listing below.

Meet The Beatles
"I Want To Hold Your Hand"
"I Saw Her Standing There"
"This Boy"
"It Won't Be Long"
"All I've Got To Do"
"All My Loving"
"Don't Bother Me"
"Little Child"
"Till There Was You"
"Hold Me Tight"
"I Wanna Be Your Man"
"Not a Second Time"

The Beatles Second Album
"Roll Over Beethoven"
"Thank You Girl"
"You Really Got a Hold on Me"
"Devil in Her Heart"
"You Can't Do That"
"Long Tall Sally"
"I Call Your Name"
"Please Mr. Postman"
"I'll Get You"
"She Loves You"

Something New
"I'll Cry Instead"
"Things We Said Today"
"Any Time At All"
"When I Get Home"
"Slow Down"
"Tell Me Why"
"And I Love Her"
"I'm Happy Just To Dance With You"
"If I Fell"
"Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand"

Beatles '65
"No Reply"
"I'm a Loser"
"Baby's in Black
"Rock and Roll Music"
"I'll Follow the Sun"
"Mr. Moonlight"
"Honey Don't"
"I'll Be Back"
"She's a Woman"
"I Feel Fine"
"Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby"

Early Beatles Albums Boxed Up For The Holidays