Wellp, about half these songs were on the U.S. BEATLES '65, the rest on BEATLES VI (and some of the songs on BEATLES '65 were on UK AHDN, some songs on BEATLES VI were on the UK HELP! (!) ).
We never did get BEATLES '65, though I was hankerin' for it (didn't get much allowance to speak of, lol). My local small-town radio would actually play cuts from it in the morning before school, which was surprising as it normally stuck to a pretty hardcore country & western playlist.
However, by this time, my younger brother was getting into the record buying act, and he picked up the nifty little U.S. EP, 4BY THE BEATLES. I really dug Honey Don't (IMO, it and Words of Love are the two best covers they ever did). I also thought I'm A Loser was a very decent tune, "Poor John, sounds depressed," I thought, lol. The two covers, Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby and Mr. Moonlight were OK--with a small Beatle diet, I was glad for what I could get! John's vocal opening for Mr. Moonlight is a goosebumper, and the organ sounds really cool. That EP in good condition goes for serious change nowadays, but ours wouldn't have, we played it too much!
I discovered that a neighborhood buddy had BEATLES '65, and he let me borrow it if I promised not to scratch it (which I did, slightly, yikes!). I'll Follow The Sun, I'll Be Back, I Feel Fine and No Reply were just completely sublime, utter songwritten wonders, as good as it gets.
I didn't acquire BEATLES VI until after my personal economy was improving--sometime in '68, 3 whole years later, which is like a millenium in Beatle years! But I can remember thinking to myself when I heard 8 Days A Week for the first time on the radio, "Man, these guys just keep getting better and better!"
Every Little Thing, What You're Doing, and I Don't Want To Spoil The Party were also very pleasant, very solid tunes. I wasn't that crazy about the rest of the covers, but I didn't mind them recording them either. No one else did it better.