8 thoughts on “ Ill Be Back - The Beatles - Love Songs (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. There is very little noise, often none between songs. The LP's are flat as they are grams, and most importantly these 3 LP's sound warm and beautiful. I just sat back, closed my eyes and let the music and harmonizing soothe my soul. I did not buy the box set for $ I bought each individually/5().
  2. The Beatles recorded "I'll Be Back" in 16 takes on 1 June The first nine were of the rhythm track, and the last seven were overdubs of the lead and harmony vocals, and an acoustic guitar overdub. The Anthology 1 CD includes take two of "I'll Be Back", performed in 6 8 time. The recording broke down when Lennon fumbled over the words in.
  3. RELEASED IN IN A REPLICA MINI VINYL SLEEVE THIS CD CONSISTS OF 25 CLASSIC LOVE SONGS FROM "THE BEATLES". YOURE GOING TO LOSE THAT GIRL. EVERY LITTLE THING. WORDS OF LOVE. AND I LOVE HER. ITS ONLY LOVE.
  4. Love Songs is a compilation album that comprises love songs recorded by the Beatles between and It was released by Capitol Records in the United States on 21 October (catalogue number SKBL) and on Parlophone in the United Kingdom on 19 November (PCSP ). The compilation peaked at #24 in Billboard's Top LPs & Tape chart during a week stay that began on .
  5. Although the vinyl record contains many great Dylan tracks, the beautiful minute “Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands” was done in just one take at the end of an 8-hour recording session at 4 o’clock in the morning and is one of the greatest songs you could ever listen to on a clean cut of vinyl.
  6. The U.S. version of the soundtrack for the Beatles' ill-fated British television special embellished the six songs that were found on the British Magical Mystery Tour double EP with five other cuts from their singles. (The CD version of the record has now been standardized worldwide as the 11 tracks found on the American version.)Price: $
  7. The U.S. version of the soundtrack for the Beatles' ill-fated British television special embellished the six songs that were found on the British Magical Mystery Tour double EP with five other cuts from their singles. (The CD version of the record has now been standardized worldwide as the 11 tracks found on the American version.).
  8. The last track on Hard Day's Night, "I'll Be Back" closes the album on an almost moody, foreboding note. The song describes a state of emotional complexity -- the confusion of a "push/pull" love affair - which the music reflects by its shuffling between major and minor harmonics of the A chord.

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