Although their United Kingdom releases were The Beatles' core focus throughout their career, the albums, singles and EPs released in America were significant, even if the tracklisting was often quite different to how John, Paul, George and Ringo had envisaged.
The Beatles' early releases were on the Vee-Jay, Swan and Tollie labels, before EMI's US counterpart, Capitol, sat up and took notice.
The four piece (comprising John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr) disbanded in 1970.
From time to time, I find myself organizing Beatles songs chronologically.
Some of these are available on the Capitol Albums volumes, and are worth investigating for anyone interested in variations in tracklisting and packaging across The Beatles' canon.