is a The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 box set compilation comprising The Beatles' 1964 American Capitol Records releases. The set, which features the first official stereo versions of a number of tracks on compact disc, was released in late 2004. The CDs were mastered from submaster tapes from the Capitol Records vaults which were prepared by Capitol A&R executive Dave Dexter, Jr, who added reverb to several tracks and simulated stereo (" fake stereo") on mono tracks.
The box set debuted on the
Billboard 200 album chart on 4 December 2004 at number 35 with sales of 37,303 copies. It spent 6 weeks on the chart. The box was certified with gold and platinum awards on 17 December 2004 by the RIAA.
Disc listing [ edit ]
Each disc in the collection contains both the
stereo and mono versions of each album. See below for links to articles pertaining to each individual album.
Promotional disc [ edit ]
In the weeks prior to the release of the box set, a
promotional sampler disc was sent to radio stations and reviewers. It included eight tracks, with a stereo (tracks 1–8) and mono (tracks 9–16) version of each. [ ] citation needed
All songs by
Lennon–McCartney, except where noted.
All My Loving" "
I Wanna Be Your Man" "
I Call Your Name" "
Roll Over Beethoven" ( Chuck Berry) "
Things We Said Today" "
If I Fell" "
She's a Woman" "
I'm a Loser"
Release details [ edit ]
Compact Disc box set was released in various countries in November 2004.
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
(drums, 1960–1962) Pete Best
(drums on Johnny Gentle tour, 1960) Tommy Moore
(drums, percussion, 1962 – August 1968, September 1968–1970) Ringo Starr
(drums, 1956–1959) Colin Hanton
(drums, session drummer before George Martin would let Ringo drum, August 1962) Andy White
(drums, sat in for Starr multiple times, from Johnny Hutchinson The Big Three, 1960s)
Norman Chapman (drums, 1960)
(tea-chest bassist, replacement for Bill Smith, 1956–1958) Len Garry
(tea-chest bassist, later became manager, 1957–1958) Nigel Walley
Bill Smith (tea-chest bassist, with the band for only three weeks, 1956)
(tea-chest bassist, 1957) Ivan Vaughan
Bert Kaempfert recordings
(with Tony Sheridan)
"La De Da"
"King of Broken Hearts"
(promo) "Mr. Double-It-Up"
"Come On Christmas, Christmas Come On"