#1
I wana get into the beatles and hopefully learn some songs on guitar what album would be a good one to start with?
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#2
DAYYYY TRIPPER! (the song)
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#3
Come Together as it's got a nice bassline etc.

Don't like the Beatles though...
#7
There's a collection called 1. It's quite good. Try and learn Sgt. Peppers lonely hearts club band, the name makes it sound like a pussy song, but it has some good guitar riffs.


#8
you dont get into the beatles the beatles get into you, while my guitar gently weeps, thats an awesome song i think only george harrison plays it
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#10
Yeah, I agree with the "1" collection, it's good- favourite songs on there are Something, Help! and of couuurse Let it Be

I came home all excited like "heeey I got this CD for 12 bucks it has 27 tracks on it, then when I showed it to my mom she had the same one I felt like a jerk.
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#14
For someone new to The Beatles, you should try the "1" album. Borrowed it from my friend's father and I loved the Beatles after that. My favourite song off the band is Day Tripper among many others.
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#16
Eleanor Rigby, great song.
Yesterday, obviously.
While my guitar gentle weeps.
Day Tripper.
Strawberry Fields forever.
Lady Madonna.
Let it be.
#17
If you're going with their early stuff, get A Hard Days Night album (and play You Can't Do That). If you want a great album with covers mixed in, get With the Beatles (and play Roll Over Beethoven [Chuck Berry ]). If you want later stuff, go with Revolver or the White Album (While my Guitar Gently Weeps).
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#18
Get 1. They're in chronological order. It's cool to see how their style changed at different periods in time. Learn to play Eight Days a Week. Great song, and very easy chords.
#19
Mister Postman, is their best song ever.
The best intro OUT.
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#20
REVOULUTION 9


lol, by the time you download that and realize you can't play it:
get day tripper, twist and shout, happiness is a warm gun. all very good
#21
The Revolver album is almost flawless in my opinion
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#22
I asked this exact same question about a month and a half ago.

It got closed and I got warned.

Thanks a lot, guys.
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#24
Abbey Road is my favourite album by The Beatles. It's just perfect. My second favourite would be The White Album, which is just as good.

The easiest to get into would probably be A Hard Day's Night. It's full of brilliant pop songs.

Alternatively you could get 1[/1], which is essentially a greatest hits album.