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8 thoughts on “ Misery - The Beatles - Please Please Me (CD, Album)

  1. 15 hours ago · Variation of the Orange "Side" Stereo label/pressing. Identical to The Beatles - Please Please Me except that this is a CBS Records Australia contract pressing. Identifiable by their 70mm diameter pressing ring (as opposed to an EMI pressing which has a 33mm diameter pressing ring).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Please Please Me & More on Discogs. Label: Eternal Sound - JB • Format: CD Album, Stereo, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll.
  3. "Misery" is a song performed by the Beatles on their album Please Please Me. It was co-written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. According to Lennon, "It was kind of a John song more than a Paul song, but it was written together." McCartney was to say: "I don't think either one of us dominated on that one, it was just a hacking job."Genre: Pop rock.
  4. The Beatles' Please Please Me album was rush-released by Parlophone on 22nd March, to capitalise on the enormous success of the title track which had been the group's second single and their first no. 1 in the majority of UK charts. Ten of the album's fourteen tracks were recorded in just one day - 11th February,
  5. Jun 18,  · Rhythm Guitar Cover 🎸😊 George Harrison & Ringo Starr - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Prince's Trust Rock Gala ) - Duration: Prince's Trust Music , views.
  6. Once "Please Please Me" rocketed to number one, the Beatles rushed to deliver a debut album, bashing out Please Please Me in a day. Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh, precisely because of its intense origins/
  7. And there is an innocence to Please Please Me. The Beatles may have played notoriously rough dives in Hamburg, but the only way you could tell that on their first album was how the constant gigging turned the group into a tight, professional band that could run through their set list at the drop of a hat with boundless energy.
  8. It was released on March 22, and reached the top spot in the British charts. In America it was titled Introducing The Beatles, and released on the little-known Vee Jay label. The US version didn't include 'Please Please Me' or 'Ask Me Why,' and failed to make the charts.

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