We Love You, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! !
Classic Beatles karaoke songs will take you on a 'Magical Mystery Tour' where you can 'Twist & Shout' as you 'Come Together' with friends and family for an unforgettable karaoke experience.
The Beatles, John, Paul, George and Ringo remain one of the most influential and successful groups in music history.
With their mop-top haircuts, Cuban heel boots and made to measure suits, the lads from Liverpool exploded onto the scene with their debut single 'Love Me Do' in 1962 which reached No.17 in the UK charts.
The follow up singles topped the charts and created 'Beatlemania'.
'Beatlemania' was the name given to the popular frenzy surrounding The Beatles after their first appearance on British TV in 1963. Young people could not get enough of their music.
'In 1964 the group appeared on the 'Ed Sullivan Show' and the phenomenon of 'Beatlemania' swept across the United States.
When asked by one reporter what it was about them that excited the fans Paul replied 'We don't know really' followed by John saying 'If we knew we would form another group and be managers'.
With every new release their success grew and in 1965 the Beatles released their 'Rubber Soul' album which John Lennon referred to as the 'Pot Album' for good reason.
The influence of 'LSD' the mind altering drug gave the 'Fab Four' a new sense of mindfulness and freedom that was evident in their music throughout 'The Summer of Love'.
The result of these experimental 'Trips' was the release of their 7th studio album 'Revolver' which changed music history forever. The Beatles came to realize that transfering the effects of 'acid' into music was an experiment worth making.
According to journalist Philip Norman:
'Revolver' captured the confidence of Summer 1966. It was Hot Pavements, Open Windows, Kings Road Bistros and England Soccer Stripes. It was the British accent, once again all-conquering'.
Best Beatles Karaoke Songs 1963-1966
The Beatles | she loves you
Written by Lennon & McCartney and released in 1963 'She Loves You' was the song that defined Beatlemania.
Ringo's drums fill the song along with George's leading guitar and vocal harmonies are breathtaking. They smash it outta' the park again. Beatles karaoke songs are hard to beat!
The Beatles | i wanna hold your hand
In 1963 the 'Fab Four' released this song targeting their young fan base. They truly understood their fans and the innocence of touching the hand of someone you secretly liked or admired was a most special and exciting experience.
The Beatles | from me to you
The Beatles first song to top the UK charts released in April 1963 as their 3rd single and recorded at the famous 'Abbey Road Studios' in their hometown Liverpool.Another one of those popular Beatles karaoke songs that crowds love.
The Beatles | twist & shout
This was one hit that was not written by The Beatles. It was written by American songwriter Bert Burns who was responsible for writing or producing a string of iconic hits including, Twist & Shout, Hang on Sloopy, Brown Eyed Girl and many more.
The Beatles | love me do
This was The Beatles debut single released in October 1962. Although Paul had written the main structure of the song when he was in his mid teens it was another 4 years before it was recorded.
With the release of 'Love Me Do' Paul McCartney confirmed that this song was the point at which the group knew they were becoming successful. Let's hope the crowd 'Love You Too' when you perform this great track from your playlist of Beatles Karaoke songs!!
The Beatles | a hard day's night
In 1964 'A Hard Day's Night' was the third studio album by The Beatles. The album was timed to coincide with the cinema premier of their first movie of the same title. The musical comedy captured the fan frenzy at the peak of 'Beatlemania'.
The Beatles | help
Released as single in July 1965 'Help' was written by John Lennon as the title track to their second movie of the same name. The song had an energy that was a trademark of their earlier material.
It topped the charts in the US and UK for 3 weeks. John Lennon counted this song as one of his personal Beatle favorites. One of those iconic Beatles karaoke songs that always involves some crowd participation.
The Beatles | yesterday
One of the most beautiful ballads of the 60's that has been covered more than any other song in music history. A melancholy ballad about the breakup of a relationship. In a 1999 a BBC Radio 2 poll of music experts and listeners 'Yesterday' was voted as the best song of the 20th century and was voted No.1 Pop Song of all time by MTV and Rolling Stone the following year.
It is reported that 'Yesterday' was performed over 7 million times in the 20th Century alone. Unbelievable!!
The Beatles | we can work it out
Written by Lennon and McCartney this song was a huge hit in the US remaining for 12 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100.
In the UK 'Day Tripper' and 'We Can Work It Out' were a double A-Side single. The tracks topped the charts in the UK for 5 weeks. According to John Lennon the lyrics to the song in his opinion were 'Impatient' while he thought Pauls lyrics were more 'Optimistic'.
The Beatles | here, there and everywhere
Although 'Yesterday' was a popular and beautiful love ballad, this song is possibly the greatest Beatles love song.
The gentle melody, harmonies and lyrics are perfection. If you haven't heard 'Here, There and Everywhere' Go Listen Now! and get ready to perform some classic Beatles karaoke songs next time you grab the mic!!
The Beatles Karaoke Songs.
John, Paul, George and Ringo were a phenomenon and a band that influenced popular music for generations. They were integral to the development on 1960's counterculture and popular music's recognition as an art form.
Their music was new and exciting with everything from memorable love songs to 'Way Out' lyrics and musical compositions.
Their haircuts and unique style created a new and exciting fashion trend although as they said they never went out of their way to cause it!!
They encouraged both young and old around the world to strive for 'Peace & Love' and inspired young people to pursue their dreams of careers in music.
Without The Beatles The Music World Would Not Be What It Is Today!
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