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Dec. 1966 - The Beatles - Christmas Fun With the Beatles (Vinyl)

  1. Dukinos

    Nov 15,  · Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Christmas Fun With the Beatles There are copies on eBay right now for $ free shipping green cover red vinyl Reply Notify me Helpful skullhead November 15, Report; referencing Christmas Album 4/5().
  2. Mugor

    The Beatles’ annual holiday tradition of recording jolly Christmas messages for fan club members was an important part of the band’s relationship with their most ardent supporters, affectionately referred to by them as “Beatle People.” Spanning to , The Beatles’ holiday recordings were originally pressed on flexi discs and mailed to fan club members each December.
  3. Zolojin

    Nov 01,  · “The Beatles’ Third Christmas Record” (one-sided, TRT) Recorded: 8 November – Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road, L ondon “Pantomime – Everywhere It’s Christmas: The Beatles’ Fourth Christmas Record” (one-sided, TRT) Recorded: 25 November – Dick James Music, New Oxford Street, London.
  4. Gardajinn

    The Fan Club Christmas Messages is more about the wit and humor the Beatles shared than actual musical quality. This is more about the "funny four" than the "fab four." In the their middle years (''67), these Christmas Messages might be compared to "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)."/5(27).
  5. Gardakazahn

    Beatles Christmas Album records, LPs and CDs.
  6. Tukora

    With running times between 4 and 8 minutes, the Christmas messages mirror The Beatles evolution and ultimate break-up. Starting out fun, light-hearted and madcap, the first three Christmas flexis had The Beatles reflect on the past year, take the time to perform some skits and say "Thank You" to the fans for a wonderful year.
  7. Tugar

    Dec 24,  · Hello All! Merry Christmas To Each and Every One Of You! For this occasion, I'll be showing off the Beatles Christmas records and CDs. Hope y'all enjoy this special Beatles Christmas .
  8. Fenrizahn

    The Beatles never released any Christmas songs. Instead, they chose a different path by sending out special discs to their fan club members. Originally coming on flexi discs, they were full of jokes, clowning around and snippets of songs contributing to what was unique for a fan club/5().

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