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Ask Me Why - The Beatles - The Beatles Collection



Label: Parlophone - none • Format: 14x, Vinyl LP, Album Box Set Compilation Blue Box • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock
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It was also included on their debut album Please Please Me. Paul McCartney said, "It was John's original idea and we both sat down and wrote it together, just did a job on it. It was mostly John's. Structurally, the song is complex and, as Alan Pollack states, contains three different variants of the verse. As the session was a 'commercial test', none of the performances recorded that day were deemed suitable for release, and the two quarter-inch tape reels from that session were thought to be destroyed by EMI.

However two songs survived. Engineered by Norman Smith. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. B-Sides the Beatles at AllMusic. Retrieved 27 December Harry, Bill The Ultimate Beatles Encyclopedia.

London: Virgin Books. Lewisohn, Mark The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions. London: Hamlyn. The Beatles: All These Years. Volume one - Tune In Extended Special ed.

London: Little, Brown. MacDonald, Ian London: Pimlico Rand. Miles, Barry London: Vintage. Pollack, Alan W. Notes On Series. Please Please Me. Rubber Feathers - Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill Live (Laserdisc) Revolver Sgt. The Beatles singles discography. I Love You ". The Beatles portal. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

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6 comments

  1. The Beatles. Capitol eventually released "Ask Me Why" in on The Early Beatles when Vee-Jay's rights expired. A live version from December was released on the German/UK version of Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; album in , but was left off the initial US granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo: Pop.
  2. Please, Please Me / Ask Me Why, Parlophone R The records were housed in Type 1 or Type 2 company sleeves. Red label with silver print. R prefix in record number. These labels have “PARLOPHONE” in large stylized letters at the top and the Parlophone £ logo at 3 o’clock. The publishing year was printed on the label.
  3. Barry from New York, Nc This is one of the few Beatles originals that can be found on the infamous LP: THE BEATLES LIVE AT THE STAR CLUB IN HAMBURG GERMANY Nessie from Sapporo, Japan NN, I agree. A good one with a fine 50's feel. That augmented E gets me every time. Nn from Atlanta, Ga This song is underrated. see more comments.
  4. No Beatles song is downright bad, though, and "Ask Me Why" is an okay romantic song that never quite settles between a ballad and uptempo number. Perhaps its most distinguishing feature is its unusual calypso-like stop-start rhythm, the verse often coming to dead .
  5. In the studio. The Beatles recorded an unknown number of takes of Ask Me Why during their 6 June debut session at Abbey Road. Unfortunately EMI considered the songs to be of little consequence, and later destroyed the master tapes. They remade the .

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