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|1. I Saw Her Standing There|
|3. Anna (Go To Him)|
|6. Ask Me Why|
|7. Please Please Me|
|8. Love Me Do|
|9. P.S. I Love You|
|10. Baby It's You|
|11. Do You Want To Know A Secret|
|12. A Taste Of Honey|
|13. There's A Place|
|14. Twist And Shout|
|15. Please Please Me Documentary|
Within each CD's new packaging, booklets include detailed historical notes along with informative recording notes. For a limited period, each CD will also be embedded with a brief documentary film about the album. The newly produced mini-documentaries on the making of each album, directed by Bob Smeaton, are included as QuickTime files on each album. The documentaries contain archival footage, rare photographs and never-before-heard studio chat from The Beatles, offering a unique and very personal insight into the studio atmosphere."
If you were a fan of the early Beatles this is one of the best albums to have.
This album not only re-inivgorated rock music at a time when it had become woefully anemic, but it also ushered in one of the most creative periods in popular music.
Songs like I Saw Her Standing There, P.S. I Love You, Love Me Do, and Ask Me Why are just as good as any of the covers on the album.
Sexual intercourse began in 1963 with 'A 1,2,3,4', and Paul McCartney in his dirtiest performance on record, summoning all of the lust and sex that had been repressed everywhere... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Michael K
THIS WAS MY FIRST BEATLES ALBUM WHEN I WAS 12 years old and I have always wanted to get it again. Why it took me so long, I have no idea. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah-Anne Morgan
Very good, but being as I am an avid Beatles fan, I'm probably a bit prejudiced! Brought back an earlier, more innocent time and I was reminded of what talented harmonizers they... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Madeleine M. Koeppen
I expect more exciting sound for Gold Parlophone replicated vinyl as a very first pressing one, but it sounded much gentle one.Published 2 months ago by Fumihiro Ishikawa
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|Love Me Do in Please Please Me LP and Past Masters||
Standard procedure at Abbey Road Studios at the time was to erase the original two-track session tape once it had been "mixed down" to the master tape used to press records. However, at some point the mixdown master tape for this song was also lost, and apparently no backup copies had... Read More
Oct 5, 2009 by Ryan | See all 3 posts
|Please Please Me - First Album??||
Please Please Me was their first album in Britain for EMI records. Meet the Beatles was the first Capitol Album in the US. It took some cuts from the Please Please Me album and their single I Want To Hold Your Hand. It was released almost a year after Please Please Me. SO actually Please Please... Read More
Sep 5, 2009 by Ahab345 | See all 6 posts
|Please Please Me (Remastered stereo) 1:44 to 1:52||
This 'distortion' was really an attempt to fatten up the take used to end the stereo mix by syncing another take to the recording - a very difficult thing to due with the technology of the time. What you should be more surprised to hear in the stereo mix (if all you are used to is mono) is the... Read More
Sep 11, 2009 by Keith Paynter | See all 4 posts
You can find it on "Past Masters".
Oct 10, 2010 by Pamela McNeill | See all 2 posts
|Please Please Me - available in Mono individually?||
The only remastered Beatles CDs that will be sold individually are the stereo versions. If you want the mono versions, you must buy the Beatles in Mono boxed set.
Sep 9, 2009 by bjoecool | See all 5 posts
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