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8 thoughts on “ I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles - Please Please Me (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. I Saw Her Standing There is a bootleg compilation album of songs by the English rock band the Beatles. Available as both a 2-CD and a 2-LP set, it is a collection of their early recordings, featuring songs from the band's Decca audition and performances from the Cavern Club, as .
  2. Oct 12,  · Paul McCartney seems to have a progressive attitude towards sampling. When talking to BBC’s Radio 1 about Danger Mouse’s Grey Album project that remixed Jay Z’s Black Album with White Album.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Please Please Me on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - TC PCS • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: New Zealand • .
  4. E B E E (“When I saw her standing there”) One of the more interesting aspects of the progression for the verse is the use of the minor 4th (iv) chord (A minor, noted as a lowercase a).
  5. The Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There (Live at the BBC for Pop Go The Beatles 24th September, ) Lyrics. Well, she was just seventeen If you know what I mean And the way she looked Was way beyond compare So how could I dance with another When I.
  6. Editors’ Notes From the opening chords of "I Saw Her Standing There" to "Twist and Shout," The Beatles' debut highlights the group's live energy and songwriting strength. Recorded, edited, and mixed in just over 25 hours, the mood of the album is raw and exuberant. The explosive sound of Please Please Me, with its frequent yelps and handclaps, as well as the unusual selection of American.
  7. The boys run through an early version of this album's title track, "I Saw Her Standing There"; two versions of "The One After ," which the group originally recorded in March (see ANTHOLOGY 1), and returned to the song in for the GET BACK/LET IT BE sessions; and finally conclude the rehearsal with two versions of an early Paul /5(19).
  8. O'Boy - "Please Please Me" has never sounded better to these old ears. Powerful. Crisp, wonderfully well-balanced. An audio treat. The last paragraph in this CD's enclosed booklet states " because the twin-track tapes of 'Love Me Do,' and 'P.S/5().

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