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2 December 2014
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Anthology 1 album artwork

Written by: Leiber-Stoller
Recorded: 1 January 1962
Producer: Mike Smith

Released: 21 November 1995

Paul McCartney: vocals, bass
John Lennon: backing vocals, rhythm guitar
George Harrison: backing vocals, lead guitar
Pete Best: drums

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29 March 2018
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Listening to this right now, and have had it on repeat. Such a great song. I remember Paul picking this song as one of his Desert Island discs (he also picked John's Beautiful Boy,which is another amazing track in my opinion). 

 

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29 March 2018
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Another early Beatles song I had never heard (or even heard of) before -- proving yet again how miserably I fail at being a Beatlemaniac!

This one is quite good, to me more cleverly rocking than other early Beatles songs; although I realize they didn't write it. Paul is obviously doing an Elvis impression -- and he's doing it well. What surprised me is Lennon's voice, which sounds more Paul-like (unless they double-tracked Paul).

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21 July 2018
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I've always liked this one; I think Paul's lovely falsetto bits are what stole my attention.

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