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A Hard Day's Night is the third studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, released on 10 July 1964, with side one containing songs from the soundtrack to their film of the same name. The American version of the album was released two weeks earlier, on 26 June 1964 by United Artists Records, with a different track listing.
Released on 10th July, 1964, the Beatles third album in less than eighteen months was timed to coincide with the cinema opening of their first movie. Of the album's 13 tracks seven were featured in the soundtrack of the film. It was also quite remarkable that for the first time on a Beatles album that all of the titles had been composed by John and Paul.
A Hard Day's Night became their first album to consist solely of original material, and was The Beatles only release to consist solely of songs written by Lennon-McCartney. The title of A Hard Day's Night had been coined by Ringo Starr, and first appeared in John Lennon's short story Sad Michael in his first book In His Own Write. When film director Richard Lester announced it would be the title of The Beatles' first film, Lennon took up the challenge to write the theme song. Lennon sand ballads, love songs, screaming rock, any style you can think of, and play acoustic guitar, and his customary rhythm guitar which drove Beatles songs and created their sound.
They had certainly found their musical voice before, but A Hard Day's Night is where it became mythical. In just a few years, they made more adventurous and accomplished albums, but this is the sound of Beatlemania in all of its giddy glory - for better and for worse, this is the definitive Beatles album, the one every group throughout the ages has used as a blueprint
Think of it this way - how many songs do you know, and could identify, by listening to one opening chord? We were lucky enough to see Paul McCartney a couple of years ago at MetLife Stadium in Newark. McCartney hit that chord and the place erupted - thousands of people jumping to their feet, dancing, singing along - filled with the same joy of life I felt when the movie started with that same distinctive clang back in 1964. Technically or musically, you might ave another song that you find more satisfying. The sheer genius of the Beatles lyrics is unbelievable and like all of their catalog, this album is full of that genius. It’s almost surreal just how good The Beatles were at composing. They were outstanding lyricists.
The Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night' was released in July 1964. Because George Harrison, who made his entry into the songwriting world on With the Beatles' "Don't Bother Me," would soon become more prolific, A Hard Day's Night is the only Beatles album to consist solely of Lennon-McCartney originals. More importantly, it showcased precisely how quickly they were growing as composers
Released June 26, 1964. A Hard Day’s Night Tracklist. 1. A Hard Day's Night Lyrics. That all changed with A Hard Day’s Night, which was composed solely of original songs. The Beatles became the second pop musicians to record a whole album of original material, after Bob Dylan. Although the album is still rooted very much in The Beatles' early pop sound, the arrangements are more complex than the material from Please Please Me or With The Beatles
|1||A Hard Day's Night (UK Stereo)|
|2||I Should Have Known Better (UK Stereo)|
|3||If I Fell (UK Stereo)|
|4||I'm Happy Just To Dance With You (UK Stereo)|
|5||And I Love Her (UK Stereo)|
|6||Tell Me Why (UK Stereo)|
|7||Can't Buy Me Love (UK Stereo)|
|8||Any Time At All (UK Stereo)|
|9||I'll Cry Instead (UK Stereo)|
|10||Things We Said Today (UK Stereo)|
|11||When I Get Home (UK Stereo)|
|12||You Can't Do That (UK Stereo)|
|13||I'll Be Back (UK Stereo)|
|14||Twist And Shout (Live 1964)|
|15||You Can't Do That (Live 1964)|
|16||All My Loving (Live 1964)|
|17||She Loves You (Live 1964)|
|18||Things We Said Today (Live 1964)|
|19||Roll Over Beethoven (Live 1964)|
|20||Can't Buy Me Love (Live 1964)|
|21||If I Fell (Live 1964)|
|22||I Want To Hold Your Hand (Live 1964)|
|23||Boys (Live 1964)|
|24||A Hard Day's Night (Live 1964)|
|25||Long Tall Sally (Live 1964)|