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The Beatles - She Loves You / I'll Get You Album

Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock
Title: She Loves You / I'll Get You
Country: France
Released: 1973
Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock
Label: Odeon
Catalog Number: 2C 006-04.452, 2C 006-04452, 2C006-04452
FLAC version ZIP size: 2335 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2037 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1459 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 423


1I'll Get You2:04
2She Loves You2:20


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R 5055The Beatles She Loves You ‎(7", Single, Mono)ParlophoneR 5055UK1963
S-4152The Beatles She Loves You ‎(7", Single, Unofficial)Swan S-4152USUnknown
GMSP 42The Beatles She Loves You ‎(7", Single)ParlophoneGMSP 42GreeceUnknown
72162Die Beatles Sie Liebt Dich ‎(7", Single)Capitol Records72162Canada1964
45-SPD 278The Beatles She Loves You ‎(7", Single, Tri)Parlophone45-SPD 278Southern Rhodesia1963


  • ArtworkJCT
  • Photography By [Photo]X
  • ProducerGeorge Martin
  • Written-ByJ. Lennon - P. McCartney


℗ 1973
Made in France


  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): C 006 - 04.452 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): C 006 - 04.452 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 04452 A 21 M3 290 188
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 04452 B 21 M3 290 189
  • Price Code: Ⓙ


  • Record Company – Pathé Marconi EMI
  • Record Company – EMI
  • Published By – Northern Songs
  • Printed By – I.D.N.
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 290188
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 290189


I'll Get YouRemastered 2009. It's you she's thinking of And she told me what to say. She says she loves you And you know that can't be bad. Yes, she loves you And you know you should be glad. Ooh She said you hurt her so She almost lost her mind. She said to let you know You're not the hurting kind. She Loves YouLive At The BBC For Saturday Club, 5th October, 1963. The Beatles. I'll Get You is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by LennonMcCartney, and released by the Beatles as the B-side of their 1963 single She Loves You. The song was initially titled Get You in the End. Typical of the Beatles' vocal style of that period, John Lennon and Paul McCartney sing in unison for the majority of the track, allowing the few occasions when they do harmonise to stand out. But unlike most Beatles songs of the time there is no lead guitar break the lead guitar. I'll get you She loves you. Gerardo Sta. She Loves You Live At BBC For Pop Go The Beatles, 10th September, 1963. As with She Loves You, Ill Get You was full of yeahs The Beatles use of the word in the songs earned them the nickname The Yeah-Yeahs throughout Europe. Ill Get You became one of Paul McCartneys favourite Beatles tracks. That was nicked from a song called All My Trials which is on an album I had by Joan Baez: Theres only one thing that money cant buy. Its like D, which goes to an A minor, which is unusual, youd normally go from a D to an A major. In the studio. The Beatles recorded Ill Get You on 1 July 1963, after theyd finished taping She Loves You. It originally had the working title Get You In The End. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The said you hurt her so She almost lost her mind And now she says she knows You're not the hurting kind She says she loves you And you know that can't be bad Yes, she loves you And you know you should be glad, ooh. She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah And with a love like that You know you should be glad. You know it's up to you I think it's only fair Pride can hurt you too Apologize to her Because she loves you And you know that can't be bad Yes, she loves you And you know you should be glad, ooh. I'LL GET YOU. Oh yeah, oh yeah Oh yeah, oh yeah. Track 10 On. The Beatles Second Album. View Tracklist. Ill Get You. The b-side to She Loves You, this song is almost ironic in its levels of twee, Beatlemania-pandering pop sensibility. Indeed, the band later made jokes out of the fact that Read More. I'll Get You. Oh yeah, Oh yeah, Oh yeah Oh yeah. Imagine I'm in love with you, It's easy 'cause I know I've imagined I'm in love with you Many, many, many times before. It's not like me to pretend, But I'll get you, I'll get you in the end Yes, I will, I'll get you in the end. Oh yeah, Oh yeah. I think about you night and day, I need you and it's true When I think about you, I can say, I'm never, never, never, never blue. So I'm telling you, my friend, That I'll get you, I'll get you in the end Yes, I will, I&. Album by The Beatles. She Loves You. was sampled in. All You Need Is Love by The Beatles 1967. was covered in. She Loves You by 101 Strings 1968. She Loves You Twits Version by Peter Sellers 1993. see 125 more connections. I'll Get You by Golden Bloom 2009. She Loves You is a song by The Beatles, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It was released as a single in 1963, and is one of the band's most famous songs. Paul and John composed She Loves You on June 26, 1963 in a Newcastle-upon-Tyne hotel room after a concert opening for Roy Orbison. Inspired by Bobby Rydell's Forget Him, Paul's initial idea was to have an answering song, him singing She Loves You and the others calling back yeah yeah yeah. John persuaded him to drop the idea


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Oh god I nearly chocked and spat my coffee out this morning SLY Stereo France 7" what utter nonsense impossible add the word "Fake" and I may believe you.
The stage tapes were wiped after SLY was finally mixed and spliced and cut from umpteen edits to create the mono single. It was not untill 1966 when a compilation album of oldies but goldies was in the pipline as a new christmas albun
they knew about LMD being 100% always mono and both Ringo and Andy White versions, SLY came as a bolt out of the blue that too was now 100% mono forever!
(Really important to note that various USA recording engineer experts have created a faultless Stereo mix of SLY using the one channel backing track from the stereo German language release and the on the other the mono UK english vocal, hours and hours of tweaking digital extraction correcting the slight out of tempo edits making the UK single and bang! SLY as it should and would have been in Stereo, This should be finally recognized by UMG/Calderstone and can easily be the official version, it sounds amazing and is dead easy to find on line, knocks that very basic hi and lows fake mix created in 1966 out of sheer desperation and of course total embarrassment to George Martin re something that should never have happened wiping and or loosing such important tapes!)
This vile looking label single must be that fake mixed version obviously marked up as stereo master tape for Oldies But Goldies Collection>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> who knows, only that this is not and can not be stereo! It's a lie and a joke. Avoid putting stylus to groove is there any point!