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The Beatles Anthology
The Beatles Anthology
THE BEATLES' STORY AS TOLD BY THE BEATLES THEMSELVES. THE ORIGINAL 8 VHS TAPE SET SPANS 4 DVDS AND THE 5TH DISC CONTAINS PREVIOUSLY UNSEEN MATERIAL EXCLUSIVE TO THIS DVD PACKAGE.

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Beatles for Sale (1990)
Beatles for Sale (1990)
The Beatles Beatles For Sale Dutch CD album

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The Beatles Multiselection Box Set
The Beatles Multiselection Box Set
For the ultimate Fab Four collection, here's all of their original EMI (UK) albums in an attractive black oak rolltop box and with an exclusive booklet. Includes every track they originally released from 1962-1970.

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The Beatles [White Album] - Black Vinyl - Complete
The Beatles [White Album] - Black Vinyl - Complete
The Beatles The Beatles [White Album] - Black Vinyl - Complete French 2-LP vinyl set

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The Beatles (Black Album)- 3 LP Set
The Beatles (Black Album)- 3 LP Set
3 LP Set w/ Interviews, Rarities and more.

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Black Foliage: Animation Music By The Olivia Tremor Control
Black Foliage: Animation Music By The Olivia Tremor Control
Black Foliage: Animation Music by the Olivia Tremor Control is a triumph of an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink production, and by track 14 even the sink is fair game. Like 1996's Dusk at Cubist Castle: Music from the Unrealized Film, Black Foliage merges Beatles-esque melodies, lyrics, and quirky instrumentation, such as odd bleats of trumpet, crazy xylophone tinkling, toy pianos, and anything else within arm's reach. Stretching this sort of trip-out to more than an hour is a bit much--hell, even the Beatles only tried to do that once--but if broken up into smaller bites, Black Foliage has its rewards. On the ether-dizzy "Paranormal Echoes" OTC manages to play with all of their toys at once and yet keep them in line to produce a mind-numbingly beautiful and strange composition. The whole shebang is tied together with aurally disorienting interludes, occasionally disrupting the flow but never for long. In other words: happy songs, crazy arrangements, terrific fun. --Jason Josephes

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Field Music (Measure) [Vinyl]
Field Music (Measure) [Vinyl]
Following a self-imposed three-year hiatus, the UK's Field Music returns with a new 20-track double-album of artful English pop. Powered by brothers and co-frontmen Peter and David Brewis, Field Music's line-up now includes Kev Dosdale (guitar and keys) and Ian Black (bass).The new album (self-titled but identified as Field Music (Measure) to distinguish it from their debut album) is a gloriously rich LP that entwines the brothers' renewed love of the rock music canon with a rediscovery of some of pop's overlooked adventurers. If one listens closely, one might hear echos of Led Zeppelin, Bela Bartok, Prince, Fleetwood Mac, Miles Davis, The Beatles, Bowie, Richard Thompson, PJ Harvey, Crazy Horse, Erik Satie, Kate Bush, Talk Talk, Lou Reed, Brian Eno, The Blue Nile, Pierre Schaeffer, Roxy Music, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Todd Rundgren, and Discipline-era King Crimson. In terms of breadth and quality, it trumps the band's first two well-received albums, 2006's self-titled and 2007's Tones of Town, as well as the brothers' solo efforts--Peter's The Week That Was and David's School of Language project Sea from Shore.Standout tracks are the dissonant funk of Let's Write a Book (a call-to-arms for the perpetually apologetic), the mutated blues rock of "Each Time Is a New Time" (a riposte to misplaced faith in repetition), the driving, splashing pop number Them That Do Nothing (about a valiant willingness to make mistakes), the multilayered melodic riffery of The Rest Is Noise, and the epic found-sound song-cycle that starts with See You Later.

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The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray]
The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray]
Available for the first time on Blu-ray, A Hard Day's Night includes new footage, enhanced picture, digitally restored soundtrack, and a 12 page collectible photo insert. Special features includes hours of rare and new material. Video is in 1080i 16x9 high definition with 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and 5.1 Dolby Digital audio. Amazon.com essential video The Fab Four from Liverpool--John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr--in their first movie. Nobody expected A Hard Day's Night to be much more than a quick exploitation of a passing musical fad, but when the film opened it immediately seduced the world--even the stuffiest critics fell over themselves in praise (highbrow Dwight Macdonald called it "not only a gay, spontaneous, inventive comedy but it is also as good cinema as I have seen for a long time"). Wisely, screenwriter Alun Owen based his script on the Beatles' actual celebrity at the time, catching them in the delirious early rush of Beatlemania: eluding rampaging fans, killing time on trains and in hotels, appearing on a TV broadcast. American director Richard Lester, influenced by the freestyle French New Wave and British Goon Show humor, whips up a delightfully upbeat circus of perpetual motion. From the opening scene of the mop tops rushing through a train station mobbed by fans, the movie rarely stops for air. Some of the songs are straightforwardly presented, but others ("Can't Buy Me Love," set to the foursome gamboling around an empty field) soar with ingenuity. Above all, the Beatles express their irresistible personalities: droll, deadpan, infectiously cheeky. Better examples of pure cinematic joy are few and far between. --Robert Horton

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