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P.S. I Love You - The Beatles - Please Please Me - Recording Sessions Reconstructed (CD)

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  1. Mar 22,  · Besides, “Please Please Me” and its B side, “Ask Me Why,” were already in the can, as well as the Beatles’ first single, “Love Me Do,” backed by “P.S. I Love You.”.
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  2. Ringo’s version of Love Me Do is on Past Masters. Andy’s version is on the Please Please Me album along with PS I Love You. And for the record, NOBODY wanted to fire Ringo. Andy White was brought in because on the September 4th session Ringo had a mad moment where he was hitting the drums with the tambourine & maracas in his hands.
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  3. UPDATE add Love me do From India, Germany and Holland to Ringo on drums early version list I call Love me do 62! I call the Andy White version Love me do 63, based on its first release anywhere was on the PPM LP in England in early Release dates take priority over recording dates.
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  4. Recorded largely in a single day and released by Parlophone on 22nd March , Please Please Me was the first of the twelve official UK album releases by The Beatles. It was recorded in a rushed.
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  5. Official The Beatles P.S. I Love You lyrics at CD Universe. As I write this letter, send my love to you Remember that I'll a The Beatles P.S. I Love You Lyrics Please Please Me Track List. Click on a song to view its lyrics 1 I Saw Her Standing There Lyrics 2 Misery Lyrics › Vinyl LP Record.
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  6. Disc1, Tracks are mono versions, Tracks are stereo versions. Disc2, Sourced from Vee-Jay SR stereo vinyl, U.S. Disc3, Tracks dated June 6th (), Tracks dated September 4th (), Tracks dated September 11th (), Tracks dated Febuary 11th ().5/5(2).
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  7. As I write this letter, send my love to you Remember that I'll always be in love with you Treasure these few words 'til we're together Keep all my love forever P.S. I love you, you, you, you I'll be coming home again to you, love And 'til the day I do, love P.S. I love you, you, you, you As I write this letter, send my love to you Remember that I'll always be in love with you Treasure these.
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  8. "P.S. I Love You" is a song composed principally by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and recorded by the Beatles. It was released on 5 October as the B-side of their debut single " Love Me Do" and is also included on their album Please Please rotdytanseretepharrisunsenasuck.coinfo was later included on the Beatles compilation Love Songs.A-side: "Love Me Do".
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  9. The Please Please Me album came out in 63, but the Love Me Do/ Please Please Me single was released in Dario from Miami, Fl If you listen close, between and the call and response is John, Paul and George, not just John and Paul. John: "Ohhh", Paul, "You know I want you .
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