Classical

Yes It Is (Take 14) - The Beatles - Sessionography Three: 1965 (CD)

You Might Also Like
8 Comments
  • Mijar
    says:
    "Rain" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released on as the B-side of their "Paperback Writer" single. Both songs were recorded during the sessions for Revolver, although neither appear on that album."Rain" was written by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. He described its meaning as "about people moaning .
  • Tezil
    says:
    Original pressing, Rainbow label, RCA-pressed with a Parrs sleeve as identified by "Litho in Canada" and Parrs logo along bottom left corner on front cover. Pressed with Capitol's US mono master for this release which includes the Scranton factory IAM triangle stamp in the run-outs.
  • Shaktik
    says:
    Oct 09,  · EMI Studios, Abbey Road, 16 February The Beatles' second recording session of involved work on two songs for the Help! album, plus the completion of Yes It Is, the b-side for the Ticket.
  • Akitaxe
    says:
    The Beatles compilation I Saw Her Standing There (Rock Melon Music LTD. RMMCD, released ) > Eac > Flac 1. My Bonnie 2. Skinny Minnie 3. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On.
  • Mauran
    says:
    Last Beatles recording session 3/4 January Paul, George and Ringo ‘Let It Be’ album tracks: Paul McCartney the first to publicly quit 10 April Let It Be film release 20 May: The Beatles partnership legally dissolved 26 April with final effect 1 .
  • Nesho
    says:
    Anthology 2 is a compilation album by The Beatles, released on Apple Records in March It is the second of a three-volume collection, all of which tie-in with the televised special The Beatles Anthology, and contains "Real Love," the second of the two recordings that reunited the Beatles by means of magnetic tape. Like its predecessor it topped the Billboard album .
  • Samumi
    says:
    "Yes It Is" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. Written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon–McCartney) it was first released in as the B-side to "Ticket to Ride".It features some of the Beatles' most complex and dissonant three-part vocal harmonies and showcases George Harrison's early use of volume pedal guitar. Ian MacDonald describes the song as having "rich Genre: Pop.
  • Dashura
    says:
    Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 2 () Label: Yellow Dog: Catalog number: YD Packaging: Jewel Case: Volume: Volume 1 / Volume 2 / Volume 3 / Volume 4 / Volume 5 / Volume 6 / Volume 7: Format.
Leave a Reply