Save Cancel. Really delete this comment? Yes No. A Hard Day's Night. All My Loving. Can't Buy Me Love. From Me to You.
I Saw Her Standing There. I Want to Hold Your Hand. If I Fell. Long Tall Sally. Customer Review Release Date Bestselling. Sample this song. Title Artist. Boogie Oogie Oogie Remastered Boogie Oogie Oogie Remastered. Boogie Oogie Oogie. Funky Dance. Boogie Oogie Oogie on Essential 80's. Sukiyaki Remastered.
Sukiyaki Remastered on Classic Masters. Sukiyaki Remastered on Twice As Sweet. Rescue Me Remastered. The Early Beatles Stereo. Star Club - Hamburg, Germany - December Have you spotted an error on the page? Do you want to suggest new content? Or do you simply want to leave a comment? Their rapport with the audience was typical of that Cavern intimacy. Also, the bass line at that part really gets the song rolling and pulls you in. This song is much schweeter than wine!
But, your point about esses is correct. The Beatles obviously liked it a lot, all of them. It was last played in Eskilstuna, Sweden, October 29 Great early Beatles song. Well sung by Paul. The chord that the song finishes on… C m? Not sure if that was their idea.. Probably one of my absolute least favorite Beatles tracks.
These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website.
He was introduced to this stuff through his cousin so he has said during the mid fifties or so. I think he meant he acquired the taste for the genre then. I see that you have commented anonymously here before on this. Any thoughts from others on this first? Thanks for pointing out my error of omission. I never intend to edit or comment anonymously.
Petershank talk , 20 February UTC. I have now removed the kitchen sink bit because it didn't really fit without a section devoted to the Beatles version. I have split the article into the instrumental versions Herp Alberts version being the best known and most notable cover and vocal versions The Beatles version being the best known and most notable cover version.
While only the Tony Bennet version charted in the US, I think it is safe to say, had The Beatles released it as a single it would have charted higher! Also it is by far the most well-known and the best selling as part of Please Please Me as well as IntroducingAccording to Paul McCartney, the fact that George's then wife, Pattie Harrison, liked this piece a great deal sealed its inclusion. Writer’s Opinion: The first non-song and ‘Wild Honey Pie’ is our lowest ranked. If this truly is the Beatles worst of the worst; then we’ve got off light.