9 thoughts on “ Please Please Me - The Beatles - The Rollings Stones* - Young Years (CD) ”

  1. Apr 22,  · The Beatles attempted “Tip of My Tongue” during their “Please Please Me” session in November , but then gave it to Epstein client Tommy Quickly—wisely, as it’s the only true dud in.
  2. Feb 02,  · Rare photographs of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones are going up for sale on eBay on Feb. 2, after spending 50 years in a private archive. .
  3. – The Beatles: Please Please Me: 2 – The Beatles: All My Loving(Live) 3 – The Beatles: Do You Want To Know A Secret: 4 – The Beatles: Boys(Live) 5 – The Beatles: Misery: 6 – The Beatles: Twist And Shout/You Can,T Do That(Live) 7 – The Rollings Stones* Walking The Dog: 8 – The Rollings 5/5(1).
  4. While there, the two Beatles finished the lyrics for I Wanna Be Your Man and gave it to the Stones. The Beatles also took a stab at the track, recording it for their sophomore album - With The Beatles (). In the Stones' corner, Mick Jagger snarls the lyrics "I wanna be your lover baby, I want to be your man.".
  5. The vinyl somehow gives me a different listening experience and these days I prefer the analog to the digital. It gives me a sense of relaxation and a new level of enjoyment. The Beatles Length: Released: 04/19/ (10/19/ on remastered CD) Rating: 4 stars the Songs: 1. Love Me Do 2. Please Please Me 3. From me To You 4 /5(1).
  6. Mar 07,  · The answers here are all good in establishing that there was a general, if sporatic cameraderie between them. It’s not as if all 6 Stones (I’m including Stu) were hanging out with the 4 Beatles regularly. But the Stones looked up to the Beatles in.
  7. Jun 19,  · The Beatles Play (With) The Rolling Stones Collection - Banana Records [LB 01] (Red Tongue Records) Volume 1: the Sixties - the Beatles and Brian Jones years Demos, Backing-Tracks and Outtakes Tracklist CD 1 –The Rolling Stones Salt Of The Earth (Released CD Mix - ) –John Lennon John On The Show #1 (Session Talk.
  8. Oct 10,  · (Image credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images) The Beatles vs. the Rolling Stones was one of the great musical rivalries of the Sixties. So it was “strange,” as Mick Jagger himself said, to see the Stones pay tribute to the Fab Four at the Desert Trip festival by performing their Abbey Road song “Come Together.”.
  9. Please do not re-add individual mono remaster releases to their individual release groups. The mono remasters were never released separately, and are all already in the database as 13 mediums of the release the name "The Beatles in Mono".

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