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9 thoughts on “ Sweet Georgia Brown - The Beatles - First (The Early Tapes Of) (CD) ”

  1. The Beatles entered a recording studio for the first time 50 years ago, in It wasn’t actually the group’s gig, since they were essentially the backing band for singer Tony Sheridan, but the way recording was done at the session and at a second session in , with instrumental parts laid down first and vocals added later, it’s possible to catch a faint, nascent glimpse of the.
  2. May 09,  · It's all true stereo (even though the previous CD version, called "The Early Tapes Of The Beatles," used the Atco mono single version of "Ain't She Sweet"). However, the CD does not include the Beatles' version of "Sweet Georgia Brown" (it's a different recording by Tony Sheridan with another backing band).
  3. Recording: Sweet Georgia Brown, Swanee River. Thursday Studio 1 Comment. The Beatles had recorded a number of songs with Tony Sheridan in Hamburg on 22 – 24 June Nearly a year later they taped two more songs with the singer. The session came about due to a contract The Beatles had signed with Bert Kaempfert, who had produced the recordings.
  4. The Early Tapes of the Beatles. The Early Tapes of The Beatles is the first digital repackaging of The Beatles' First!, the German compilation album of Tony Sheridan and The Beatles recordings. The songs were recorded in Hamburg between and Most of the tracks feature vocals by Sheridan.
  5. The other two songs by The Beatles are the first two songs on the album and they help give the listener a good impression of just how good The Beatles were back then. The first song is "Ain't She Sweet" with John singing the lead. It is a fast paced number that I think captures that early Beatles sound they would come to be known for.
  6. Sweet Georgia Brown: 8 The Beatles Featuring Tony Sheridan & Various - The Beatles' First ‎ (LP The Beatles With Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers - The Early Tapes Of ‎ (CD, Comp) Polydor: P Canada: Sell This Version: Recommendations3/5(6).
  7. Apr 03,  · Tony recorded three early versions of "Sweet Georgia Brown" with two different backings. The non-Beatles version gets circulated a lot accidentally and is the one that got out again in by mistake. The original Beatles version sounds EXACTLY like the common one but has the "normal" lyrics to the song.
  8. Additional Track Information Early Tapes album for sale: 4: Why (with The Beatles) 5: If You Love Me Baby (with The Beatles) 6: What D I Say (with The Beatles) Additional Track Information Early Tapes CD music: 7: Sweet Georgia Brown (with The Beatles) 8: Lets Dance (with The Beatles) 9: Ruby Baby (with The Beatles) Additional Track Information.
  9. The second was released as a single in during the wave of Beatlemania with Sheridan having re-recorded the vocals with tamer lyrics and the additional verse: "In Liverpool she even dares/to criticize the Beatles' hair/With their whole fan-club standing there/oh Sweet Georgia Brown".

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