640603 You Know What To Do [demo] [Harrison] [out-take; A 1-2-19] "Roll Over Beethoven" - February 15, 1964 Long Tall Sally: 1. 640225 You Can't Do That [take 6 - A 1-2-10] [Lennon] Every Beatles Song, in Order Finally, inspired by Ian MacDonald’s landmark study Revolution in the Head , here is every Beatles song ever officially released, in chronological order … 'Quarry Men' sessions (2 songs recorded in a small studio in Kensington, Liverpool; Paul owns the acetate) 650215 Another Girl [McCartney] 690414 The Ballad of John and Yoko [Lennon] [non-LP single 30 May 1969; recorded to celebrate the marriage of John and Yoko] 630211 Boys [Dixon/Farrell; vocals Ringo] Hey!  Their 1968 self-titled album (also known as the "White Album") in particular featured a wide range of styles, including ska ("Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"), blues ("Yer Blues"), hard rock ("Helter Skelter" and the single version of "Revolution"), and a musique concrète sound collage ("Revolution 9"). 640129 Sie Liebt Dich [complete re-recording of music and German vocals to "She Loves You"] "A Hard Day's Night" - July 10, 1964 3. 651012 Norweigan Wood (This Bird Has Flown) [Lennon/McCartney; vocals John] [first version; A 2-1-14] 640301 I'm Happy Just To Dance With You [Lennon; vocals George] Blog. The Beatles Rock Band is the first game officially endorsed by the group. "And I Love Her" - July 20, 1964 Beatles For Sale: 1. Pepper") 690125 Old Brown Shoe (demo) [Harrison] [recorded on his 26th birthday; A 3-2-13] “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964, A Hard Day’s Night) More than 50 years after this single hit the top of the … 640416 A Hard Day's Night [take 9 - LP version] [Lennon], 'A HARD DAY'S NIGHT' LP SESSIONS (LP released 10 July 1964) 680605 Don't Pass Me By [Starkey] 680813 Yer Blues [Lennon] 680530 What's the New Mary Jane (demo) [Lennon] 680530 Revolution 1 [LP version] [Lennon] 650614 I'm Down [McCartney] [take 1; A 2-1-3] … 670906 The Fool on the Hill (demo) [McCartney] [A 2-2-15] 620101 Hello Little Girl [Lennon] [A 1-1-19]. 640225 I Should Have Known Better [Lennon] 630912 Hold Me Tight [McCartney] [first take recorded 630212 for "Please Please Me" but was lost], I Want To Hold Your Hand (non-LP single 29 Nov 1963) 690123 I've Got a Feeling [Lennon/McCartney] [unreleased studio version; A 3-2-1] 640416 A Hard Day's Night [take 1 (laughs at the end) - A 1-2-12] [Lennon] … 680530 Not Guilty [unreleased demo] [Harrison] [recorded for his 1979 solo LP] 640601 I'll Be Back [take 2 (failed) - A 1-2-17] [Lennon] 680530 Sexy Sadie (demo) [Lennon] 680605 Dont Pass Me By (version) [Starkey] [A 3-1-10] 641018 Mr Moonlight [re-recorded from 14 Aug; LP version] [Roy Lee Johnson; vocals John] "Love Me Do" - October 5, 1962 2. 1968: The Beatles: Helter Skelter: 70%. 690222 I Want You [Lennon] 680530 Im So Tired (demo) [Lennon] Sources of Information: 630730 Roll Over Beethoven [Berry; vocals George] 680203 Lady Madonna [McCartney] [unique remix of sevaral takes; A 2-2-19] 680530 Circles [Harrison] [unreleased demo] [revived on Georges 1982 "Gone Troppo" LP] 650614 Yesterday [McCartney] [take 1; A 2-1-7] 680530 Honey Pie (demo) [McCartney] [A 3-1-9] 641018 Kansas City/Hey! 620101 Like Dreamers Do [McCartney] [A 1-1-18] 690124 Two of Us [McCartney; vocals John/Paul] [LP version] 680809 Mother Nature's Son [McCartney] [take 2; A 3-1-19] 620904 How Do You Do It? 630211 I Saw Her Standing There [take 1 - LP version] [McCartney or Lennon/McCartney; vocals Paul] 7003xx Dig It (severly truncated by Phil Spector, and he put a short part of take 1 at the end) 641006 Eight Days a Week (sequence) [take 1-3 (incomplete) - A 1-2-24] [Lennon; vocals John & Paul] 640930 No Reply [take 8 - LP version] [Lennon] 680722 A Beginning [George Martin] [a string piece intended as as introduction to Dont Pass Me By; A-3-1-1] 7003xx Let It Be (uncertain if 25 Jan 1969 version was reworked by Phil Spector) 1996 A Day in the Life (1996 remix) [Lennon/McCartney] [combination of several takes 670119-670210; A 2-2-5] 670313 Good Morning Good Morning [Lennon] [take 11 - LP version; overdubs added] 1996 Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (1996 remix) [Lennon] [combination of several takes 670301-02; A 2-2-10] 651111 You Won't See Me [McCartney] It turns out that ranking the songs recorded by the Beatles in the 1960s is easy; you put the worst one at the top, and the best one at the bottom. 630305 Thank You Girl [Lennon/McCartney] [B-side From Me to You; not on LP] 680716 Cry Baby Cry [Lennon] 'Ill Follow the Sun' was also recorded during the Quarry Men sessions; 660417 Doctor Robert [Lennon] 'Yes It Is' Main Writer: Lennon. Their primary songwriters were the partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, who composed most of the group's songs; lead guitarist George Harrison wrote 22 songs, including "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Something" and "Here Comes the Sun", while drummer Ringo Starr wrote two songs ("Don't Pass Me By" and "Octopus's Garden"), and was credited as co-writer for four others.  Some of these include one of the first uses of guitar feedback in music ("I Feel Fine"), the first use of a fade-in in a pop song ("Eight Days a Week"), use of tape loops ("Tomorrow Never Knows"), using the recording studio as an instrument (Revolver and Sgt. 621126 Ask Me Why [Lennon] [B-side Please Please Me; also on LP "Please Please Me"], PLEASE PLEASE ME (LP 22 March 1963) 660426 And Your Bird Can Sing [Lennon] [take 10 - LP version] 661129 Strawberry Fields Forever [Lennon] [take 7 and edit piece; A 2-2-3] 651021 Nowhere Man [Lennon] FILM SESSIONS (premiered 29 July 1965) 640301 I Call Your Name [Lennon] [out-take; on EP 19 June 1964] 640227 And I Love Her [LP version] [McCartney] 690130 Dig a Pony (live) [Lennon] [released on Let It Be without the spoken intro] Ain’t She Sweet. 690426 Octopus's Garden [Starkey] [take 32 - LP version] It wasn't just Lennon and McCartney, either -- Harrison staked out his own dark territory with the tightly wound, cynical rocker "Taxman"; the jaunty yet dissonant "I Want to Tell You"; and "Love You To," George's first and best foray into Indian music. A Beginning. 660429 I'm Only Sleeping [Lennon] [re-recording take 1; A 2-1-23] The first release of new recordings was Live at the BBC in 1994, which features live performances of mostly cover songs that were recorded on various BBC Light Programme radio shows between 1963 and 1965. 651111 Girl [Lennon] 650413 Help! 690124 Two of Us (version) [McCartney; vocals John/Paul] [A 3-2-4] the beatles. 651104 What Goes On [music: Lennon/McCartney; words: Lennon/McCartney/Starkey; vocals Ringo] 670315 Within You Without You [Harrison] (instrumental) [A 2-2-11] en-1. 1996 I'm So Tired (1996 remix) [Lennon] [combination of takes 3, 6 and 9; A 3-1-24] 630911 All I've Got To Do [Lennon] I Love You [McCartney] [B-side Love Me Do; also on "Please Please Me"] 641008 She's a Woman [McCartney] [B-side I Feel Fine; not on LP] Badges ... With the Beatles: All My Loving: 70%. Pepper's Loney Hearts Club Band (Reprise) [McCartney] [take 5; A 2-2-12] 690801 Because [Lennon; vocals John/Paul/George], I Me Mine 630305 From Me To You [Lennon/McCartney] [not on LP] 690723 The End [McCartney] [take 7; LP version] The official Beatles' canon covers all songs the Beatles recorded and authorized for publication in their years as a performing group. 7003xx Across the Universe (4 Feb 1968 version considerably reworked by Phil Spector) 640814 I'm a Loser [Lennon] Crying, Waiting, Hoping [Holly; vocals George]. 641026 Honey Don't [Perkins; vocals Ringo] 610622 Ain't She Sweet [Ager/Yellen; vocals John] [A 1-1-11] Pepper) and popularising the Indian sitar in pop music ("Norwegian Wood"); Harrison further embraced Indian music on songs such as "Love You To", "Within You Without You" and "The Inner Light". 661229 Penny Lane [McCartney] [single 17 Feb 1967], SGT. 680204 Across the Universe [Lennon] [intended as a single; released on World Wildlife Fund's LP 12 Dec 1969], 'YELLOW SUBMARINE!' Love Me Do (single 5 Oct 1962) The ultimate guide to The Beatles: A 17-hour chronological playlist of 338 songs Share The Beatles, a now-iconic group formed in 1960 and arguably one of the most influential bands of all time, Have written some of the greatest pop songs in history despite the fact that they were only active together for ten years. [McCartney; vocals John & Paul] [take 4; A 3-1-26] To Know Her Is To Love Her [Spector; vocals John], From time to time, I find myself organizing Beatles songs chronologically. 690725 Polythene Pam/She Came in Through the Bathroom Window [1st: Lennon/2nd: McCartney] 670906 Blue Jay Way [Harrison] 670614 All You Need Is Love [Lennon/McCartney] [single 7 July 1967] 680530 Blackbird (demo) [McCartney] (1965) and Let It Be (1970). 630211 Baby It's You [David/Williams/Bacharach; vocals John] Plus, Justin Bieber tallied five total weeks with three songs in the top five, a stretch that leads all soloists and is second overall only to The Beatles' eight. 660429 I'm Only Sleeping [Lennon] [rehearsal; A 2-1-22] 680530 The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (demo) [Lennon] 680814 What's the New Mary Jane [Lennon] [out-take; take 4; A 3-1-22] 630730 It Won't Be Long [Lennon] 670201 Sgt. 620904 Love Me Do [McCartney] [first version/single version: Ringo on drums] 2. Money [Gordy/Bradford; vocals John], 20 Beatles songs mashed together in chronological order! 660509 For No One [McCartney] In those years between 1962 and 1970 the Beatles released 219 songs or song variants, which are listed below in order of appearance.  The Beatles Anthology project in the 1990s featured rarities, outtakes and live performances across their entire career, along with the reunion songs "Free as a Bird" and "Real Love", which were recorded as demos by Lennon before his death in 1980 and completed by the surviving Beatles. 651012 Run For Your Life [Lennon] 620911 P.S. In addition to their main catalogue, over 100 songs that were recorded by the group have been released. 680916 I Will [McCartney] [take 67; LP version] 670511 Baby You're a Rich Man [Lennon/McCartney] [not used in film or LP; B-side All You Need I Love] 661124 Strawberry Fields Forever [Lennon] [take 1; A 2-2-2] Till There Was You [Willson; vocals Paul], 641018 I Feel Fine [Lennon] [single 27 Nov 1964; not on LP] 640227 Tell Me Why [Lennon] Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. 681008 The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill [Lennon] 640601 I'll Be Back [take 16 - LP version] [Lennon] In the UK, 30 songs were released as non-album singles, despite appearing on numerous albums in the US. Darling (first version) [McCartney] [A 3-2-9; re-recorded May-Aug 1969 for Abbey Road] Badges and Games.  During their career, the Beatles introduced more innovations into popular music than any other rock band of the 20th century. 7003xx Ive Got a Feeling (live version 30 Jan 1969) Pepper's Loney Hearts Club Band (Reprise) [McCartney] [take 9 - LP version], MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR (UK double EP 8 Dec 1967; US LP 27 Nov 1967; TV premiered 26 Dec 1967) Since their break-up, over 100 more songs by the group have been officially released, which include live songs the group never recorded in the studio and numerous outtakes. You may also find it to be useful, I hope! [Lennon] [take 1 & 2; A 2-2-8] 660427 I'm Only Sleeping [Lennon] [take 11 - LP version] 690724 Aint She Sweet [Ager/Yellen] [one of three jams recorded for fun] [A 3-2-19] Play on Spotify. 650218 You've Got to Hide Your Love Away [Lennon] [take 5; A 2-1-4] The Beatles were founded in Liverpool in 1960 and are now recognised as the most influential pop/rock act of all time.  Cover songs were included on five of the band's core albums: Please Please Me, With the Beatles (both 1963), Beatles for Sale (1964), Help! 650617 Wait [Lennon/McCartney] [released - with some rhythm overdubs on 11 Nov - on "Rubber Soul"], RUBBER SOUL (LP 3 Dec 1965) 680530 Junk (demo) [McCartney] [not recorded until Pauls first solo LP McCartney] [demo A 3-1-7] 650615 It's Only Love [Lennon] [take 2; A 2-1-8] 650217 The Night Before [McCartney] 3. 7003xx Get Back (27 Jan 1969 version reworked by Phil Spector) 630911 Not a Second Time [Lennon] They recorded 10 more songs during this day, all takes remain unreleased: 650614 I'm Down [McCartney] [take 7; B-side Help; not on LP] 690127 Oh! A Taste Of Honey. Hey! 640930 No Reply [take 2 (laughs) - A 1-2-23] [Lennon] 6901xx I Me Mine (unreleased filmed rehearsal version) [Harrison] [recorded again properly 700103 for the film] 670926 The Fool on the Hill [McCartney] [90 last seconds from the original film version edited out on LP version] 680606 Revolution 9 [Lennon] 670822 Your Mother Should Know [McCartney] 610622 My Bonnie [traditional; vocals Tony Sheridan] [German single Aug 1961] [A 1-1-10] 630211 Twist and Shout [Medley/Russell; vocals John], From Me To You (non-LP single 11 April 1963) 681013 Julia [Lennon] [take 3 - LP version], GET BACK (planned LP Aug 1969; released as "Let It Be" 8 May 1970, reworked by Phil Spector) 660608 Good Day Sunshine [McCartney] All My Loving: Friday, 22 November, 1963: All Things Must Pass: Monday, 28 October, 1996: All Together Now: Monday, 13 January, 1969: All You Need Is Love: Friday, 7 July, 1967: And I Love Her: Friday, 10 July, 1964: And Your Bird Can Sing: Friday, 5 August, 1966: Anna (Go To Him) Friday, 22 March, 1963: Another Girl: Friday, 6 August, 1965: Any Time At All 650218 You've Got to Hide Your Love Away [Lennon] [take 9 - LP version] March 1960 - Cayenne [McCartney] [A 1-1-8]. [Lennon] [take 9 - LP version ] 650510 Dizzy Miss Lizzy [Williams; vocals John] [on US LP "Beatles VI" and on UK LP "Help!"] 690709 Maxwell's Silver Hammer [McCartney] [take 21 - LP version] 630730 Please Mr Postman [Dobbin/Garrett/Garman/Brianbert; vocals John] FILM SESSIONS (cont.) 690122 She Came in Through the Bathroom Window [McCartney] [unreleased rehearsal version; A 3-2-2] 650216 Yes It Is [Lennon; vocals John & Paul] [not used in film; take 2; A 2-1-2] 680822 Back in the U.S.S.R. [McCartney] 680716 Cry Baby Cry [Lennon] [take 1; A 3-1-13] 680923 Happiness Is a Warm Gun [Lennon] [put together from 3 unfinished songs John had worked on] 680530 I Need a Fix (demo) [Lennon] [A 3-1-2] Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise), I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You), "Sir George Martin Talks 'Love' On World Cafe", "Mono Or Stereo: Which Beatles Box Is Better? Besame Mucho [Velazquez/Skylar; vocals Paul],  The majority of their recordings were produced by George Martin, who also played and composed string arrangements on multiple songs; his influence on the group led him to be referred to as the "Fifth Beatle". 680709 Revolution [single version] [Lennon] [B-side "Hey Jude", not on LP] [a] While songs written by Lennon or McCartney were always credited to "Lennon–McCartney",[b] the pair wrote many songs completely separately.  Artists the band covered while together included Chuck Berry ("Roll Over Beethoven", "Rock and Roll Music"), Carl Perkins ("Matchbox", "Honey Don't"), Larry Williams ("Slow Down", "Dizzy, Miss Lizzy") and Little Richard ("Long Tall Sally"). Since the remastering of the band's catalogue on CDs in the 1980s, the … 690124 Maggie Mae [traditional; vocals John] 670908 Flying [Harrison/Lennon/McCartney/Starkey] [originally 9.31 long] A Hard Day’s Night. The Beatles had five No. 690721 Come Together [Lennon] [take 1; A 3-2-17] 670317 She's Leaving Home [McCartney] 660407 Got To Get You Into My Life [McCartney] [take 5; A 2-1-18] 671012 Shirleys Wild Accordion [Lennon/McCartney] [unreleased; only used briefly in movie], Christmas Time (specially recorded for the yearly fan club Christmas record) 641018 Rock and Roll Music [Chuck Berry; vocals John] 630718 Till There Was You [Willson; vocals Paul] 690724 Sun King/Mean Mr Mustard [1st: McCartney/2nd: Lennon] June ca 1958 - That'll Be the Day [Allison/Holly/Petty; vocals John] [A 1-1-3] A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues. "I'll Cry Instead" - July 20, 1964 4. Across The Universe. 640602 When I Get Home [Lennon], Demo Recordings (3 songs demoed in all) Create. 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All I’ve Got To Do. 690130 I've Got a Feeling (live) [Lennon/McCartney] [used unchanged for "Let It Be"] 671002 Hello Goodbye [McCartney] [take 16; A 2-2-18]  Their songs have been covered thousands of times by a wide range of artists and continue to be celebrated throughout the world. [McCartney; vocals John & Paul] [take 5 - LP version] All beatles songs in chronological order By beatles201. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour). 680530 Mean Mr Mustard/Polythene Pam (demo) [Lennon] [A 3-1-4/5] (UK double EP 8 Dec 1967; US LP 27 Nov 1967; TV premiered 26 Dec 1967) 631017 I Want To Hold Your Hand [Lennon/McCartney] [not on LP] 630211 Anna (Go to Him) [Alexander; vocals John] 620606 Love Me Do [McCartney] [A 1-1-22]  The group were known for their harmonies, mostly two-part, but sang intricate three-part harmonies on "This Boy", "Yes It Is" and "Because". 670209 Fixing a Hole [McCartney] 690420 Oh! 680820 Mother Nature's Son [McCartney] [take 26; LP version] , Originally rooted in skiffle and 1950s rock and roll music, the group embraced pop music in their early years ("She Loves You", "I Want to Hold Your Hand"), but began to branch out into different genres, including folk rock (Help!, Rubber Soul), country ("Act Naturally", "Don't Pass Me By") and psychedelia (Sgt. 690702 Her Majesty [McCartney] Due to an agreement the two made before the Beatles became famous, Lead vocal credits per Castleman and Podrazik's 1976 book, "Across the Universe" originally appeared on the charity album, Originally released in 1969 as a single (with "Get Back") and credited to "the Beatles with, Originally released in 1969 as a single (with "Don't Let Me Down") and credited to "the Beatles with, The single version of "Let It Be", produced by, Three different versions of "Love Me Do" exist.  The group also composed numerous ballads, including "Michelle" and "The Long and Winding Road". 660414 Rain [Lennon] [B-side Paperback Writer; not on LP] P.S. 640601 I'll Cry Instead [Lennon] [a longer version was released on the US single/LP + on the 1981 film re-release] 680628 Good Night [Lennon; vocals Ringo] [originally intended as a lullaby for John's 5-year old son Julian] Love Me Do - Remastered 2009 The Beatles • Please Please Me (Remastered) 2:21 0:30. The most popular and influential rock act of all time, a band that blazed several new trails for … 630718 Money [Bradford/Gordy; vocals John] "All My Loving" - February 8, 1964 2. 650617 [strings added to Yesterday take 2] 650614 Yesterday [McCartney] [take 2 - LP version] 680530 While My Guitar Gently Weeps (demo) [Harrison] "Do You Want to Know a Secret" - March 23, 1964 With The Beatles: 1. Go to The Beatles LP and CD Discography Go to The Beatles Songs Cross Reference. 670217 Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite! 1995 Here, There and Everywhere (1995 remix) [McCartney] [on CDM Real Love] "Please Please Me" - January 11, 1963 3. A Day In The Life. 670425 Magical Mystery Tour [McCartney; vocals John & Paul], 'YELLOW SUBMARINE!'  Further recordings have been released on various compilation albums and deluxe editions. 690702 Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight [recorded together] [vocals on 1: Paul; vocals on 2: all four] "Eight D… 1. , Between 1963 and 1966, the Beatles' songs were released on different albums in the United Kingdom and the United States. "Twist and Shout" - March 2, 1964 4. 651016 Day Tripper [Lennon; vocals John & Paul] [recorded for a single, released 3 Dec 1965; not on LP] All the rules fell by the wayside with Revolver, as the Beatles began exploring new sonic territory, lyrical subjects, and styles of composition. 660428 Eleanor Rigby [McCartney] 640227 If I Fell [Lennon] 12-Bar Original A Beginning A Day in the Life A Hard Day's Night A Shot of Rhythm and Blues A Taste of Honey A World Without Love Across the Universe Act Naturally Ain't She Sweet All I've Got to Do 680530 Julia (demo) [Lennon] 670525 It's All Too Much [Harrison] [originally over 8 minutes; LP version has one verse less than film version], All You Need Is Love (recorded for the "Our World" TV programme, premiered live 25 June 1967) it lists all different recordings that has been released legally (except bbc recordings), in the order in which they were recorded. 670625 All You Need Is Love (live) [Lennon/McCartney] [performed live in TV to 400 million viewers], MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR (cont.) 680530 Back in the U.S.S.R. (demo) [McCartney] 680611 Blackbird [McCartney] [take 4; A 3-1-14] 630701 She Loves You [Lennon/McCartney] [not on LP] 651024 I'm Looking Through You [McCartney] [first version; A 2-1-15] 650510 Bad Boy [Williams; vocals John] [only on US LP "Beatles VI"], 'HELP!' Login. Follow -> Walk Off The Earth <- for more musical journeys like this. 630911 I Wanna Be Your Man [Lennon/McCartney; vocals Ringo] 690124 Teddy Boy [McCartney] [demo; A 3-2-6] [later properly recorded for his first solo LP] 690122 Dig a Pony [Lennon] [unreleased studio version; A 3-2-3] LP SESSIONS (LP released 6 Aug 1965) 338 songs. 680530 Cry Baby Cry (demo) [Lennon] 661206 When I'm Sixty-Four [McCartney] 630305 The One after 909 [Lennon] [A 1-1-26], She Loves You (non-LP single 23 Aug 1963) 680911 Glass Onion (first version, in mono) [Lennon] [A 3-1-20] List of Beatles Songs The Beatles are perhaps the best know music group in the world and despite the fact that they split up some time ago Beatles records are still selling very very well. 640811 Baby's in Black [Lennon or Lennon/McCartney] 690130 Don't Let Me Down (live) [Lennon] [unreleased] 680820 Wild Honey Pie [McCartney] DATES REFER TO THE DATE WHEN THE RECORDINGS OF A PARTICULAR SONG BEGAN. 1969: Let It Be: Across the Universe: 70%. 680703 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (first version) [McCartney] [originally intended as a single] [A 3-1-11]  Between 1962 and 1968, the Beatles released their songs in both mono and stereo versions; Abbey Road and Let It Be were mixed and released only in stereo. I Love You - Remastered 2009 The Beatles • Please Please Me (Remastered) 2:04 0:30. 700401 I Me Mine (3 Jan 1970 version reworked by Phil Spector - he extended it by almost one minute) Love of the Loved [McCartney], 651018 In My Life [Lennon] 7003xx Dig a Pony (live version 30 Jan 1969; Phil Spector deleted a short spoken introduction by John and Paul) 660614 Here, There and Everywhere [McCartney] All You Need Is Love: b/w : Baby, You're A Rich Man: 24/11/67: 7" Parlophone: R 5655: Hello, Goodbye: b/w : I Am The Walrus: 15/12/67: 7" Lyntone: LYN 1360: Christmas Time (Is Here Again) 15/03/68: 7" Parlophone: R 5675: Lady Madonna: b/w : The Inner Light: 30/08/68: 7" Apple: R 5722: Hey Jude: b/w : Revolution: 20/12/68: 7" Lyntone: LYN 1743/4: The Beatles Sixth Christmas Record: 11/04/69: 7" Apple: … 651013 Drive My Car [McCartney; vocals John & Paul] 690506 You Never Give Me Your Money [McCartney] 670223 Lovely Rita [McCartney] Hey! 640129 [recording of German vocals to "I Want to Hold Your Hand"] Welcome to a listing of Beatles recording dates. 681001 Honey Pie [McCartney] 680112 The Inner Light [Harrison] [B-side Lady Madonna; not on LP] 6709 Jessies Dream [Beatles] [home recording for the gluttony scene in the movie] Quizzes .