We've gathered a wealth of information on the Beatles' discography both home and worldwide.
This discography lists US and UK regular-issue Beatles albums (LPs/records/CDs) as well as releases outside of the UK and US (many of which had little or no input from the Beatles, as was even the case with many of the US LPs).
An EP is a short album consisting of about four songs - more than a single but less than an LP or album. Several EPs were released in Britain and were notable for promoting well known songs which were not released as singles, such as Nowhere Man and Yesterday, but they were most common in other markets such as France, where The Beatles had little to no input in the planning of releases.
No One's Gonna Change Our World is a World Wildlife Fund benefit album released in the UK on December 12, 1969. It is the only multiple-artist compilation album to contain a recording made by the Beatles, Across The Universe.
The recent Apple release “The U.S. Albums” should have been great. It should have been important, and it should have filled a void. It is none and does none of those things.
Each year, from their inception until their breakup, the Beatles released a Christmas record through their fan club on a flexidisc record - a flimsy record roughly the size of a 45. These records were typically filled with Christmas songs and skits. These releases were given out to the U.K. fan club; the U.S. fan club sometimes did not receive recordings at all as noted below. Contained here is a list of all of the Christmas flexidiscs with rough track listings, recording notes, cover photos, and more.