|1||Ask Me Why|
Written By – Lennon-McCartney
|2||Please Please Me|
Written By – Lennon-McCartney
Released, 1963. Black labels with Vee-Jay brackets logos. Artist spelled correctly as THE BEATLES. Thick print. These label backdrops were first printed by Ivy Hill Lithograph Corp. in Great Neck, New York. Record manufactured by Monarch Records. Only 1,650 copies of the record were pressed and sold in early 1964. The MR symbol machine stamped in the trail off areas. Job numbers ∆46527 hand etched on the A side and ∆46527-X on the B side. "AudioMatrix" stamps on the both sides.
Side A (hand etched): 63-2967
Side B (hand etched): 63-2968.
Accompanied by original 1963 Vee-Jay generic "circular logo" sleeve.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Ask Me Why Remastered. Please Please Me. 2009 Calderstone Productions Limited a division of Universal. THE BEATLES - BEATLES FOR SALE Original - Продолжительность: 34:58 BeatlesLOVERS 338. Ask Me Why is a song by the English rock band the Beatles originally released in the United Kingdom as the B-side of their single Please Please Me. It was also included on their 1963 debut album Please Please Me. Ask Me Why. I love you, Cause you tell me things I want to know, And it's true that it really only goes to show That I know that I-I-I-I should never, never, never be blue. Now you're mine, My happiness still makes me cry. And in time you'll understand the reasons why If I cry it's not because I'm sad But you're the only love that I've ever had. I can't believe it's happened to me. I can't conceive of any more misery. Ask me why I'll say I love you and I'm always thinking of you. I love you, Cause you tell me things I want to kn. The song was included on The Beatles debut album Please Please Me, released on 11 January 1963. In the US it was included on an early reissue of the Vee-Jay album Introducing The Beatles, which replaced Love Me Do and PS I Love You from the initial running order, replacing them with Ask Me Why and Please Please Me. The reissue went on sale around 10 February 1964. In the studio. The Beatles recorded an unknown number of takes of Ask Me Why during their 6 June 1962 debut session at Abbey Road. Unfortunately EMI considered the songs to be of little consequence, and later destroyed the. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The : Please Me Please Me By The Beatles 1963, 1. I Saw Here Standing There Go to Him Me Why Please Me Me Do . I Love You . E nC Gm Fm E I love you, 'cause you tell me things I want to know. nC Gm Fm E And it's true that it really only goes to show, G That I know, C Am F B That I, I, I, I should never, never, never be blue. nC Gm Fm E Now you're mine, my happiness still makes me cry. nC Gm Fm E And in time, you'll understand the reason why, G If I cry, Cm Am E It's not because I'm sad, but you're the only love that I've ever had. The Beatles - Please Please Me 1963. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. The Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There. The Beatles - Misery. The Beatles - Ask Me Why. The Beatles - Please Please Me. The Beatles - Love Me Do. The Beatles. Released March 22, 1963. Please Please Me Tracklist. I Saw Her Standing There Lyrics. Recorded largely in a single day and released by Parlophone on 22nd March 1963, Please Please Me was the first of the twelve official UK album releases by The Beatles. It was recorded in a rushed fashion after debut single Love Me Do had reached a high of 17 on the UK chart the previous October. Some songs were fully captured in a single live take, and the album features very few overdubs. This is in keeping with the bands raw live sound that had built them a reputation in local Liverpool nightspots like The Cavern Club. Please Please Me lyrics. The Beatles Lyrics. You don't need me to show the way, love Why do I always have to say love C'mon C'mon, c'mon C'mon, c'mon C'mon, c'mon C'mon Please please me, oh yeah, like I please you. I don't wanna sound complaining But you know there's always rain in my heart In my heart I do all the pleasing with you, it's so hard to reason With you, oh yeah, why do you make me blue. This song is the title track off of The Beatles' debut album. The band's producer George Martin told in an interview for Music Week magazine that he wasn't impressed when the Beatles played this song to him for the first time. Please Please Me is the debut studio album by English rock band The Beatles, released on 22 March 1963 by Parlophone