Download I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles - Please Please Me (Vinyl, LP, Album) album flac mp3


1982
Label: Parlophone - PCSO 3042 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo Contract pressing • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Pop • Style: Beat
I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles - Please Please Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "I Saw Her Standing There" on Discogs/5(4).

This vinyl pressing contains the digital remaster of the album, making it sound more vibrant and electrifying than ever before. Tracks: I Saw Her Standing There. Misery. Anna (Go to Him) Chains. Boys. Ask Me Why. Please Please Me.

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. I Love You' had been discarded, the original stereo vinyl LP presented them in fake stereo/5(2).

YEAR OF RELEASE: – COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: –UK. COMMENTS: –Incredibly Rare UK first press track mono vinyl LP on the gold print Parlophone label with ‘Dick James Mus. Co.’ publishing credits for Please Please Me, I Saw Her Standing There, Misery, Do YouWant To Know A Secret & There’s A Place, front laminated flipback picture.

 · I Saw Her Standing There was the opening track on The Beatles' debut album Please Please Me. "I wrote it with John in the front parlour of my house in 20 Forthlin Road, Allerton. We sagged off school and wrote it on guitars and a little bit on the piano that I had there.".


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Please Please Me" on Discogs.

  2.  · What so few people realize today, that when one looks back on the Beatles, it’s important to remember that in , the Beatles Please Please Me was as innovative and ground shaking as were The Sex Pistols, Nirvana, or any of a number of bands who changed the face of the musical landscape. Yet with today’s ears it all sounds so unremarkable, perhaps because it’s been there for six or /5().

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