The Beatles US LP Vee Jay VJLP 1062 Introducing The Beatles Vinyl Record Long Play 12" United States

The Beatles US LP Vee Jay Introducing The Beatles

The Beatles US LP Vee Jay Introducing The Beatles Vinyl Record Long Play 12" United States

The Beatles US – 10/01/1964 – LP – Vee Jay VJLP 1062 – (Rare Stereo Unofficial Version)

Introducing The Beatles – Englands No. 1 Vocal Group

A:

  1. I Saw Her Standing There (Lennon / McCartney) – 2:56
  2. Misery (Lennon / McCartney) – 1:49
  3. Anna (Go To Him) (Alexander) – 2:57
  4. Chains (Goffin / King) – 2:25
  5. Boys (Dixon / Farrell) – 2:26
  6. Love Me Do (Lennon / McCartney) – 2:25

B:

  1. P. S. I Love You (Lennon / McCartney) – 2:04
  2. Baby It’s You (Bacharach / David / Williams) – 2:41
  3. Do You Want To Know A Secret (Lennon / McCartney) – 1:57
  4. A Taste Of Honey (Marlow / Scott) – 2:03
  5. There’s A Place (Lennon / McCartney) – 1:50
  6. Twist And Shout (Medley / Russell) – 2:35

P.S.

  • “McCartney – Lennon” Instead of “Lennon – McCartney”
  • Like UK “Please Please Me” except “Please Please Me” and “Ask Me Why” edited 25/02/1963 SG Vee Jay VJ-498
  • In October 1962, the Beatles released their first single in the UK, “Love Me Do”, credited to “Lennon–McCartney”. However, on their next three releases the following year (the single “Please Please Me”, the Please Please Me LP, and the single “From Me to You”), the credit was given as “McCartney–Lennon”. With the “She Loves You” single, released in August 1963, the credit reverted to “Lennon–McCartney”, and all subsequent official Beatles singles and albums list “Lennon–McCartney” as the author of songs written by the two.

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