1 («One»)

1 (album)

1 (parfois écrit One) est un album des Beatles. Il s'agit en fait d'un best of : cet album regroupe tous les titres des Beatles qui ont figuré en tête des ventes.

En date du 17 juin 2006, cette compilation commercialisée à la fin de l’année 2000 se classe à la 8e place du Top pop Catalogue Album du Billboard. Il s’agit de sa 292e semaine de classement dans les charts.

Liste des chansons

Toutes les chansons sont de John Lennon et Paul McCartney, sauf Something de George Harrison.
  1. Love Me Do
  2. From Me to You
  3. She Loves You
  4. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  5. Can't Buy Me Love
  6. A Hard Day's Night
  7. I Feel Fine
  8. Eight Days a Week
  9. Ticket to Ride
  10. Help!
  11. Yesterday
  12. Day Tripper
  13. We Can Work It Out
  14. Paperback Writer
  15. Yellow Submarine
  16. Eleanor Rigby
  17. Penny Lane
  18. All You Need Is Love
  19. Hello Goodbye
  20. Lady Madonna
  21. Hey Jude
  22. Get Back
  23. Ballad of John and Yoko
  24. Something
  25. Come Together
  26. Let It Be
  27. The Long and Winding Road
  • Portail des Beatles Portail des Beatles
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