I will always love the earlier music from The Beatles.
The songs from this album when heard still breaks out the chills simply because I remember them as clearly today as when all of 6 years-old I heard them first.
to me was the anthem that summed up their career. And “Love Me Do” will always forever define how the world truly embraced them.
They beyond Pleased Us. They led the British Invasion like a glorious stampede we just couldn’t get enough of. Before the bitterness of Nam when for just a brief moment in time we were still thought of as innocent. But as we entered the revolution of the mid-60s it was the Beatles that continued writing the soundtrack………until they decided to pass the torch.
There is a place
Where I can go
When I feel low
When I feel blue….. I step back into a better time.
Released in the UK 1963
All songs written by McCartney–Lennon, except where noted.
I Saw Her Standing There
Anna (Go To Him)(Arthur Alexander)
Chains (Gerry Goffin, Carole King)
Boys (Luther Dixon, Wes Farrell)
Ask Me Why
Please Please Me
Love Me Do
P.S I Love You
Baby It’s You (Mack David, Barney Williams, Burt Bacharach)
Do You Want To Know A Secret
A Taste Of Honey (Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow)
There’s A Place
Twist and Shout (Phil Medley, Bert Russell)
Makes me sad for this generation. When have they ever felt the thrill we got.
2 responses to “Tuesday Time Machine ~ 1963 The Beatles ~ Please Please Me ( Full Album )”
Released in the US as Introducing The Beatles…why, I don’t know. Great stuff.
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