Narrowing down The Beatles catalog to just 50 songs and then ranking those 50 songs is both enjoyable and torture. After all, we’re trying to rank The Beatles.

Much like snowflakes, it’s unlikely any two rankings will shake out the same, but isn’t that the beauty of lists like this? So, without further ado, here are The Beatles’ top 50 songs ranked. Let the debating begin!

But First, The Latest Beatles News

In February 2024, The Fab Four continue pumping out film content, with the latest project being a unique biopic movie series.

Per TheBeatles.com, the biopic movie series will be broken up into four separate feature films. Each film will tell the story of the legendary band from the perspective of each member. Tentatively, these films will receive a global theatrical release in 2027.

The series is the first time Apple Corps Ltd., The Beatles and their families/estates have agreed to such a project. This project has also acquired music rights permissions. The concept of this series was thought of by director Sam Mendes. He will be helming the films in a joint venture with Sony Pictures Entertainment and Neal Street Productions.

In a statement, Mendes said, “I’m honored to be telling the story of the greatest rock band of all time, and excited to challenge the notion of what constitutes a trip to the movies.”

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One of the latest major film projects about the Fab Four was The Beatles: Get Back. The project was a lengthy three-part, six-hour documentary of the making of the Let It Be album. It was led by Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson for Disney+.

The Beatles: Get Back was met with critical and commercial acclaim. The doc was nominated for and won five Emmy Awards. Among the honors it won were Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series.

The other Beatles-related film was If These Walls Could Sing, which was also a Disney+ title. The film chronicles the history of Abbey Road Studios and is directed by Mary McCartney, the daughter of Paul and Linda McCartney. Mary says in the trailer below, “Abbey Road Studios has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember.” As evident by the trailer, Mary clearly has a tremendous amount of love for the legendary recording studio.

The documentary features new interviews with Elton John, Nile Rodgers, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Noel Gallagher, George Lucus, Roger Waters, David Gilmour and many more.

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