Feb 11, · "Love Me Do" will always bring back fond memories to most Beatles' fans, but the music is uninteresting. In retrospect, it's amazing how weak 'Introducing the Beatles' (UK's 'Please Please Me') is as the first Beatles' album. Especially considering how powerful their 'Meet the Beatles' is/5(16). It was released in Canada by Capitol on 4 February , but not in America until 27th April , when the tiny Tollie label put it out. By this time Beatlemania was in full swing, following several other hit single releases, and it reached number one, displacing Mary Wells' My Guy from the top position/5(23). View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Love Me Do on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - A • Format: Vinyl 7 The Beatles - Love Me Do (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
We laughed when we heard the Ruttles and Spinal Tap singing fake Beatle songs, but this is for real. Beatlemania was so big back in the 60's that it spun off dozens of cheap imitations like this one. With an album jacket screaming "Beats!!! The New Beat from Britain!
Were Beatle fans so stupid that they didn't realize they were being taken? Or were records like this aimed at their parents, who weren't paying enough attention to know the difference? I don't know, but one thing is for sure: the music on "Beats!!! Pick up a copy at a thrift store or eBay auction near you and listen for yourself.
You'll be thankful that Love Me Do - The Bearcuts - Swing in Beatlemania (Vinyl) and McCartney had some actual talent to back up the phenomenon they started. Send a Postcard! Your Kind of Love Real Audio. While the performances are mediocre at best I actually like most of the originals.
They are, for the most part, well written tunes and could really benefit from a more talented group of musicians! I have a canadian issue on International Artist which is a sub of Pickwick. Very thick pressing. I never hate this album. Not the best vocals, but not bad either, very Post Pubescent vocals, like frat brothers singing almost garage at times but not quite.
The non Beatles tracks trump the covers, but even they are not bad. Others have said and I agree, this is one of the better Beatles cover groups of Great soundstage mix. I always thought the connection of the Faul rubbish hoax was just that, I thought it was a band from New York, out of Pickwick and possibly connected to Lou Reeds time there. The Family cat squashes that, and they really did record in UK!
Please Family cat if you read this again, can you cite your source reference? That would be cool. I agree with the Remo Four feel for sure. Pre 66 though, Love Me Do - The Bearcuts - Swing in Beatlemania (Vinyl). ON top of the pickwick connection, the Lou Reed thing was spurred by seeing a few reissues of the Primitives "do the ostrich" with the exact same cover picture featured on the Billy Pepper LP, which in Canada is simply called "the mersey beats" Must have confused lots of kids in Canada, because there was a series on ARC canada of unknown group called the Mersey beats doing archaic versions of UK pop rock songs, some killer.
Again Cat, can you site the source for your info? I recall liking about half the tunes, anyway. Yeah, they were took at first, and got real Beatles records after that. This thing WAS cheaper. Made me want an electric guitar, so it wasn't all bad. I still remember the songs, and want a copy. In the States the album was credited to the Beats. Can't see anything wrong with this album-it does what it set out to do and has ended up as a collectable anyway Anthony Giannotti says: I actually like this album.
I'm very confused by the anger so many of you give this band. The Sex Pistols and The Smiths have been the chief benefactors from this, with a steep rise in their values, whereas The Beatles and Pink Floyd have seen a levelling off in prices.
Psych and Folk are also strongly represented, and the 30th anniversary of punk has underscored the growing value of this genre.
The true value, of course, is in the grooves. Even the most obsessive collectors were originally inspired by a love of the music itself, and we still are. Never forget that most of the discs here are great records, as well as great collectables. You never know, you might already have one or two of the beauties listed on the next 13 pages. Let the countdown begin….
With interest in the history of The Beatles increasing in the late 70s, Quarry Men drummer Duff Lowe approached several dealers inoffering to sell his prized acetate see No 1. Featuring the longer version of Anarchy 4. Recorded at Abbey Road, only three copies are currently known to exist.
Before Marc Bolan reinvented himself as an elfin flowerchild in Tyrannosaurus Rex, he made a brief and altogether more Mod appearance as guitarist with this Surrey band. He wrote both songs on this release, which was mysteriously cancelled, though a few copies were sold at live gigs.
Another of the Abbey Road acetates which have surfaced recently, this is a one-sider featuring the 3. These two tracks started life as Beatles tracks but Lennon decided to put them out under the Plastic Ono Band banner. The enduring legend of Marc Bolan has seen the value of this, his earliest known recording, almost double in two years. Although copies of this simple, blues-based strummer were pressed up inthis is the original scratchy acetate, one copy only. Only six UK copies of this fairly run-of-the-mill rockabilly single are known to exist.
This first XTC single in a picture sleeve was withdrawn before official release and, therefore, only a handful of stock copies were pressed up. Raw, rampaging rockabilly tribute to the girl Cochran had briefly married in Alabama when he was just 14!
Planned for release just before Christmasthis anti-sexism rant was still assigned a catalogue number, despite proving too controversial for a single release in the UK.
The white-label test pressing now rates as on of the prime Lennon rarities. The record with transformed Marc Bolan from a fading underground figure into the androgynous King Of Glam Rock started life as a brace of test pressings for a record label that never existed.
Octopus was merely a working title for a new company formed when music publisher David Platz joined forces with Track Records bosses Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp in the summer of This was a contract pressing made by Decca and manufactured for export. It is the yellow and black labels that get Beatles fans panting so heavily.
We can thank one Huggy Boy Hugg for this beautifully simple slice of doo wop pop. He was the West Coast DJ who, in mid declared Gee to be a load of rubbish and threw his copy in the bin.
His girlfriend salvaged the record and fell in love with it, only to walk out on Hugg after an argument. Hugg found another copy and played it repeatedly over the air in an effort to win her back. The Crows composed Gee in just 10 minutes. Starr is interviewed by Bob Mercer on one side of this Love Me Do - The Bearcuts - Swing in Beatlemania (Vinyl) single which hardly ever shows up.
This unreleased piece of Brum proto-prog was pressed only as a demo, with silver and pink labels. There are a just six copies, as it was recalled by MGM, who had little faith in the band. Having a bit of seasonal fun, Virgin records pressed up these flexi-discs and sent them out to journalists at Christmas This Apple single is so rare, many have never seen one fall from the tree.
Zep were renowned for not putting out singles, and most of their collectable 45s are promos, test pressings, or, as in the case of this one, withdrawn before release.
Floyd laid down the psych template with this, with its phasing, reverb and a distinctly rattly drum sound. The demo copy, with its unique promo-only sleeve, is the one that commands the big bucks. Like many private pressings, this one was limited to 99 copies to avoid paying tax.
Their three Decca singles are sought after as prime examples of 60s psychedelia, bubblegum and Beach Boys-style sing-along. In the mids, this test pressing LP was found, with a laminated colour sleeve, containing these three gems and a lot of rather more throwaway bubblegum fillers. Still, the Tinkerbell mystique endures. Riding high on the crest of the private-pressing wave, Oak Records trio The Plebs are as elusive now as they were inwhen their Bad Blood single was released.
The growing collectability of British jazz explains the high value for the avant-garde pianist, featured here with Barry Guy and John Hiseman. There were autographed and numbered copies of this set, which includes the Complete Vision LP of non LP tracks, two booklets and a map. Bluegrass singer turner rocker and a 45 that was withdrawn because Parlophone feared it would flop in the wake of the original Buddy Holly hit version.
Hence, only demo versions exist, and these are very rare indeed. A mis-pressed blue negative sleeve makes this one of the most collectable records by the greatest UK band of the 80s. Elvis was one of the last artists to appear on both 45 and An unreleased four-LP set of test pressings, this exists in several forms but the big one comes in a plain white box. One of a clutch of UK issues of the first Stones album, and the key to its worth lies in the accuracy of your stopwatch.
The track Tell Me, snuggled away on the second side, was edited from the four-minute, plus full-length for the earliest issue of the album, thus ensuring a future collectable. Doo wop classics like this are collectable for their quality alone, but as ever this gains in kudos by being a on London, and b in 45rpm format at a time when 78s were still king. Classic slap-bass rockabilly, with a great stuttering, hiccupping vocal. A group of American servicemen based in Germany cut this at the height of the Doowop boom.
Madonna endlessly reinvents herself and her back catalogue keeps growing in collectability. Short-lived punk band with a vague connection to comedian Roland Rivron, this lot fell out with the label and their record was never released. The fact that this was withdrawn Love Me Do - The Bearcuts - Swing in Beatlemania (Vinyl) a negative review on Jukebox Jury, plus its appearance on the Electric Sugar Cube Flashbacks compilation, has given it a certain notoriety among connoisseurs of the mids mod-psych scene.
There are seven tracks on the limited numbers of this music publisher sampler disc by Elton and four by Linda Peters. Only 30 sets of this deluxe 4AD box Love Me Do - The Bearcuts - Swing in Beatlemania (Vinyl) sold to the public, with the remaining 70 being given to the bands featured. It comprised a CD, an LP and a cassette in a wooden box with an etching, a screen print and a video.
Fantastic Icelandic freak-beat from a band who became a bit of a legend on the UK mids underground scene. Fewer 45rpm records than 78s were pressed inso collectors covet this London gold label.
The only single by the first white vocal group to record for Motown. One of 19 licensed to the Oriole label. David and Keith Dowland hailed from Bournemouth and were signed up by producer Joe Meek who saw potential in their Everly Brother imitiations.
The Beatles - Love Me Do - sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address. Consequently original issues of Love Me Do & Please Please Me were the only Beatles singles, released in the '60s in the UK, with these red labels. The red labels included the prefix in the catalogue number, to differentiate from 78 RPM records, even though Parlophone had ceased the production of these by the late '50s. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Love Me Do (Remastered ) · The Beatles Please Please Me ℗ Calderstone Productions Limited (a division o.
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Beatlemania was in full swing and the lads had just completed shooting their first movie A Hard Day's Night. This was their first live performance for 15 weeks and the 10, strong audience at the Empire Pool Wembley (now known as the Wembley Arena) witnessed The Beatles received awards (presented by Roger Moore) for 'Outstanding Vocal Group.
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