The Vernons Girls - We Love The Beatles mp3 flac
Yeah yeah yeah yeah!" cry the scouse girls on this closer-to-home Beatlemania cash-in.
This album puts the Beatles back together again, because suddenly there's John and George with me and Ringo," said Paul McCartney. It's kind of magical. The music is stunning. I think the most amazing thing about it is that you can pull it apart and all the elements carry with it the essence of the entire song," said Olivia Harrison
Saturday, July 06, 2019. Love Hit Me! Decca Beat Girls 1962-70. Once the British pop boom took hold in the wake of the Beatles in 1962, Decca compensated for their Fab fumble by signing a lot of acts, including a bunch of female singers.
Love is a soundtrack remix album of music recorded by the Beatles, released in November 2006. It features music compiled and remixed as a mashup for the Cirque du Soleil show of the same name. The album was produced by George Martin and his son Giles Martin, who said, "What people will be hearing on the album is a new experience, a way of re-living the whole Beatles musical lifespan in a very condensed period. The album was also George Martin's final album as a producer before his death in 2016.
The Vernons Girls were an English musical ensemble of female vocalists. They were formed at the Vernons football pools company in the 1950s in Liverpool, settling down to a sixteen strong choir and recording an album of standards. View full artist profile. Play all. Donna Douglas.
The Vernons Girls Stupid Little Girl (1964 UK). 02:03. The Vernons Girls Lover Please.
Love Songs is a compilation album that comprises love songs recorded by the Beatles between 1962 and 1970. The compilation peaked at in Billboard's Top LPs & Tape chart during a 31-week stay that began on 12 November 1977
If boiled down to a simple synopsis, the Beatles' LOVE sounds radical: assisted by his father, the legendary Beatles producer George, Giles Martin has assembled a remix album where familiar Fab Four tunes aren't just refurbished, they're given the mash-up treatment, meaning different versions of different songs are pasted together to create a new track. Ever since the turn of the century, mash-ups were in vogue in the underground, as such cut-n-paste jobs as Freelance Hellraiser's "Stroke of Genius" - which paired up the Strokes' "Last Night" with.
The Beatles, Meet The Beatles, The Beatles’ Second Album (though All Music Guide makes a good case for it), Something New, Beatles ’65, and Beatles IV. The countless repackaged retrospectives and rarities comps, from Past Masters to The Beatles Anthology, are excluded too. OK, let’s do it! 13. Yellow Submarine (1969). The Beatles’ evolution from straightlaced pop-rockers to boundary-decimating musical pioneers was subtle and gradual, but changes that had been germinating below the surface started to break through to the light of day on Rubber Soul. Not sure if the Beatles left the Abbey Road sessions feeling warm and fuzzy - if, in fact, the love they took was equal to the love they made - but millions and maybe even billions of us did come away from this album all aglow, so I’m forever grateful they set aside their differences long enough to bring it into this world.
The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil. The Lennon Bus. Ringo Starr.
|A||We Love The Beatles|
|B||Hey Lover Boy|
- Directed By – Charles Blackwell
- Producer – Peter Attwood
|Y7142||The Vernons Girls||We Love The Beatles (7", Single)||Decca||Y7142||Australia||1964|
|L. 9649||The Vernons Girls||We Love The Beatles (7", Single)||London Records||L. 9649||Canada||1963|
|F.11807||The Vernons Girls||We Love The Beatles (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||F.11807||UK||1963|
|59234||The Vernons Girls||We Love The Beatles/Hey Lover Boy (7", Single, Promo)||Challenge||59234||US||1964|