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Please Please Me - The Beatles - BBC 1962-1970 (CD)

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  1. At The BBC, The Beatles Shocked An Institution Between and , The Beatles were featured on 53 BBC radio programs. For The Beatles: The BBC Archives, executive producer Kevin Howlett had .
  2. A carefully curated collection of the surviving transcripts of the Beatles’ appearances on BBC Radio and Television from to , featuring commentary from author and Beatles expert Kevin Ho.
  3. Product description. Beatles - Please Please Me - CD seiwoodteasivanilozardcaldetangcook.xyzinfo Their first-ever album, Please Please Me is raw and rough and still very rock & roll. Having already scored two hits when this appeared, Lennon and McCartney were only just beginning to flex their writing muscles and so relied heavily on the cover material to see them through/5().
  4. A carefully curated collection of the surviving transcripts of the Beatles&#; appearances on BBC Radio and Television from to , featuring commentary from author and Beatles expert Kevin Howlett and rare photographs and memorabilia from the seiwoodteasivanilozardcaldetangcook.xyzinfo year marks the.
  5. It was inevitable that the Beatles ' two classic compilations and would be combined in one set, so the only surprise of is that it wasn’t released until , not long after the individual remastered reissues of the Red and Blue albums hit the shelves.
  6. 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,
  7. Please Please Me: Pop Go To The Beatles: One The Didn't Pen Themselves: Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby: Just Get Your Guitar And Strum It: Do You Want To Know A Secret: Do You Want To Know A Secret: We Got The Box, Harry: You Really Got A Hold On Me: Misery: The Hippy Hippy Shake: 2.
  8. The definitive word on the Beatles' BBC output remastered with state-of-the-art equipment in best-ever quality. You get - personal introduction by Paul McCartney. He talks about his lovely memories at the British Broadcasting Corporation (narrated in ) - tracks on 11 discs - gorgeous page colour booklet Comes with free bonus DVD. You get.
  9. Nearly two decades after the first volume, the second installment of the Beatles BBC recordings arrives and, like its predecessor, On Air: Live at the BBC, Vol. 2 condenses the Fab Four's voluminous BBC sessions into an easily digestible double-disc of highlights. The generous track running length is slightly misleading as this, more than the set, is peppered with dialogue, interviews.

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