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The Beatles' Christmas records were spoken and musical messages from English rock group The Beatles that were posted out on flexi disc at Christmas time to members of their official fan-clubs in the United Kingdom and the United States. One such record was issued each year from 1963 to 1969 Conceived as a means to appease fan-club members whose letters, due to their sheer volume, were not always being answered in a timely manner, the records included the Beatles' messages of thanks to "loyal Beatle people", along with skits, Christmas carols, and original compositions. 1963: The Beatles' Christmas Record [320k MP3] Recorded: 17 October 1963 Location: Dick James Music Writer: Tony Barrow Producer: Tony Barrow Issued: 6 December 1963 Label: Lyntone, LYN 492 Flexi disc: 7", 1 side, 33Γàô RPM Total time: 5:00 The first Christmas recording from the Beatles featured several renditions of the traditional carol "Good King Wenceslas" and individual messages from the four, ending with a closing chorus of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Ringo". This offering, as well as 1964's, was scripted by Beatles' press officer Tony Barrow, who had instigated the Christmas message programme.
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