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The Beatles - Not For Sale FLAC album

Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock
Title: Not For Sale
Country: Germany
Released: 1985
Style: Beat, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1539 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1982 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1290 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 612

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Again, Beatles For Sale did not surface as a regular album in the US until 1987. In its place was "Beatles '65" which featured eight songs from Beatles For Sale, plus the A and B-side of 'I Feel Fine' and 'I'll Be Back' from the UK 's 'A Hard Day's Night' album. This album enjoyed a nine week run at the top of the US charts beginning in January, 1965. This too made the position, which it held for six weeks.

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Beatles for Sale is an EP released 6 April 1965 by the Beatles. It is the group's eighth official EP and contains four tracks from the parent LP of the same name. Its catalogue number is Parlophone GEP 8931. It was also released in Australia and India. Beatles for Sale' entered the EP chart on 10 April and reached the top spot on 24 April. It remained there for five weeks, and spent another week at number one from 12 June.

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Beatles For Sale was their 4th album in the UK. In the USA, eight of its tracks appeared on the Beatles'65 album and six more on Beatles VI. 9 people found this useful.

Beatles for Sale and its modified US counterparts, Beatles ’65 and Beatles VI, all reached number one on the charts in their respective countries, with Beatles for Sale taking over from A Hard Day’s Night in the United Kingdom. On 26 February 1987, Beatles for Sale was officially released on compact disc (catalogue number CDP 7 46438 2), as were three other Beatles’ albums, Please Please Me, With the Beatles and A Hard Day’s Night. Almost 23 years after its original release, the album charted in the United Kingdom for a fortnight in 1987. Beatles for Sale was their fourth album in 21 months. Recording for the album began on 11 August, just one month after the release of A Hard Day’s Night, following on the heels of several tours. Much of the production on the album was done on days off from performances in the UK, and most of the songwriting was done in the studio itself.

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Beatles For Sale is The Beatles’ fourth official LP in the UK. Released in December, 1964, it followed Please Please Me, With the Beatles and A Hard Day’s Night, all issued on Parlophone Records in Britain in quick succession in just a little over twenty months. Today, that sort of output would be considered more than just prolific. It’d be regarded as nigh on impossible for one band to produce so much content – but such was the popularity of The Beatles that they just kept the hits coming. The Songs on Beatles For Sale. The album features eight Lennon/McCartney numbers and six covers. It kicks off with three songs featuring John Lennon on vocals, story songs really, which are much more angst-ridden and autobiographical in nature than previous outings. Lennon really injects pop music with heartfelt slices of life, and talks in real terms about the pain and deceit that can riddle relationships.


A1 One After 909 3:01
A2 Catswalk 1:05
A3 Bad To Me 1:28
A4 How Do You Do It 1:55
A5 Do You Want To Know A Secret 1:54
A6 Leave My Kitten Alone 2:50
A7 If You've Got Trouble 2:44
A8 Shout 2:00
Around The Beatles Medley 4:02
A9.a Love Me Do
A9.b Please Please Me
A9.c From Me To You
A9.d She Loves You
A9.e I Want To Hold Your Hand
A9½ National Health Cow
B1 Yes It Is 2:42
B2 Paperback Writer 2:19
B3 Your Mother Should Know 2:20
B4 Birthday 2:42
B5 Goodbye 2:21
B6 I've Got A Feeling 4:08
B7 I Me Mine 1:43
B8 A Day In The Life 5:09


Mid 80s Beatleg is a compilation of track from various sources, in very good to excellent audio.

Later issued on red vinyl The Beatles - Not For Sale and other colors.

Side 1, all mono. Side 2 mono & stereo:

A1 One After 909; Ringo has confirmed playing the drums so this dates the tape to post August 1962. Jacket incorrectly states "EMI but is actually a Cavern Rehearsal.
A2 Catswalk; Ringo has confirmed playing the drums so this dates the tape to post August 1962. Also from the Cavern Rehearsal.
A3 Bad To Me; Acoustic Demo, spring 1963
A4 How Do You Do It; Take 1, 04 Sep 1962. Pre "Sessions" mix
A5 Do You Want To Know A Secret; Take 7, 11 Feb 1963
A6 Leave My Kitten Alone; Takes 4-5, 14 Aug 1964
A7 If You've Got Trouble; Take 1, External/Monitor source, 18 Feb 1965 (NOT the "Sessions" mix, it's an external recording of a studio playback)
A8 Shout; Recorded for TV special "Around The Beatles", 19 Apr 1964, at IBC Studios for a lip-synch performance on the show
A9 Medley; Recorded for TV special "Around The Beatles", 19 Apr 1964, at IBC Studios for a lip-synch performance on the show
A9½ BBC, Today, 16 Jun 1965. A snippet of John reciting his John "The National Health Cow". Listed on label as track 9½ but not on jacket.

B1 Yes It Is; Take 14, 16 Feb 1965. Dry STEREO mix. John saying "K, Oh let's go, let's get out of here" was edited onto the front, from an outtake of "I'm A Loser". The actual record was edited onto the end of this take, at the wrong speed and in mono!
B2 Paperback Writer; Take 2, 13 Apr 1966. Dry STEREO mix (no effects)
B3 Your Mother Should Know; Take 8, 22 Aug 1967. This take was used to create Take 9 (the released take) as a reduction mix onto which numerous overdubs were made. The very end of the released version is tagged on at the end. (mono)
B4 Birthday; 18 Sep 1968. The backing track is phased down, focusing on the vocals and handclaps. (mono)
B5 Goodbye; Paul's Demo for Mary Hopkin, Feb 1969 (mono)
B6 I've Got A Feeling; Get Back Sessions, 27 Jan 1969 (mono)
B7 I Me Mine; Take 16, 03 Jan 1970. Without the extra middle added in and before the Phil Spector overdubs
B8 A Day In The Life; Take 6, 7 & Edit Piece 9, 20 Jan 1967; Alternate stereo mix (# unknown) is very much like the official release except for some details: John's count in still present. Unlike the other previous attempts, this one is complete and features the Edit Piece 9 (note that some bootlegs present this version without the edit piece 9)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A): Mop 910-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B): Mop 910-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Mop 910 The Beatles Not For Sale ‎(LP, Unofficial, Bla) NEMS Mop 910 Germany 2008
MOP 910 The Beatles Not For Sale ‎(LP, Unofficial, Blu) NEMS MOP 910 Germany 2010
MOP 910 The Beatles Not For Sale ‎(LP, Unofficial, gre) Nems MOP 910 Germany Unknown
MOP 910 The Beatles Not For Sale ‎(LP, Unofficial, Red) NEMS MOP 910 Germany 2010

One of the better sounding Beatlegs. Worth it on vinyl or CD.

A10 only listed on label: The National Health Cow (excerpt), Lennon reading two verses of his poem. It's brief but there.