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Live At The BBC album artwork

Written by: Phil Spector
Recorded: 16 July 1963
Producer: Terry Henebery

Released: 30 November 1994 (UK), 5 December 1994 (US)

John Lennon: vocals, rhythm guitar
Paul McCartney: backing vocals, bass
George Harrison: backing vocals, lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums

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22 February 2017
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Last night around 11pm I took a walk in the cool night air, listening to music, and this song happened to be in my playlist. 

I was floored by John's singing here - it is sublime and soulful. A fantastic version.

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22 February 2017
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Absolutely incredible song, I can feel it in my heart and my shoes when I listen to it... it's great music man....

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22 February 2017
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I absolutely love this song. One of John's best vocals, I'd say. He sounds so warm in this.... absolutely gorgeous. And one other thing I love about it is that Paul sings the bass part. You can barely hear it's him, and he rarely sings in that low a register, but he nails it. Of course, George's vocals tie it all together perfectly. If you ask me, they should have put this one one of their LP's. One of the highlights, I'd say.

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22 February 2017
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Probably my favorite of the BBC songs, and general Beatles covers. It sounds a lot like Buddy Holly when they sing it.

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22 February 2017
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When I first listened to Live At The BBC , this one really stuck out for me immediately. It's absolutely beautiful. a-hard-days-night-george-9

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23 February 2017
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One of the loveliest songs they covered in the early years. John's voice sounds so soft and calming.

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3 April 2017
Billy Rhythm
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 I always felt as though 'This Boy ' was a re-write of this song, which strongly resembles it...  The way it starts off so mellow before John lashes out during the middle bit crying out in pain as the others break off with the harmonies...  Both are great performances of two good songs...  Nice job lads...:-)

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