Recorded: 18, 30 July 1963
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Norman Smith
Released: 22 November 1963 (UK), 20 January 1964 (US)
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15 February 2015
Not crazy at all. It’s a wonderful solo.
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24 March 2014
haha..yeah, the song is kinda corny. I’d like that George uses a lot of jazzy chords and stuff because it shows that they were not only kids playing their instruments and doing whatever countryesque or rockandroll cover song. They listened to quite a lot of different styles and did study the records they listened to. And they learned the chords, so they put a lot of work and effort into it. They were serious about it, and they were kids. That’s the most amazing thing.
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1 December 2009
All this, plus the fact that the Hamburg versions are so much fun
Paul: Here’s another number, one that John’s gonna hate…
John: No I love it!
And it turns into a comedy act!
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14 June 2016
Love Paul’s vocals on this. It’s a nice, gentle song.
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26 January 2017
The solo in this one is so great. I know they didn’t compose it, but George does a great job with it. This is one of those songs I’d love to play if I ever joined a jazz group.
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17 June 2021
Till There Was You is one of my favourite covers The Beatles did. I love Paul’s vocals on it and the instrumental break.
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