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Im A Loser (Take 3) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964 (CD)

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  1. Aug 10,  · SS / - Sessiongraphy Two: SS / - Sessiongraphy Three: SS / - Sessionography Four: SS - The Lost TV Tapes SS / - Ups & Adds: Volume 3 June, SS / - Ups & Adds: Volume 4 June SS - Broadcasts Seven: Ticket To Ride! SS / - Ups & Adds: Volume 5 October,
  2. Roy Kelton Orbison (April 23, – December 6, ) was an American singer, songwriter, and musician known for his impassioned singing style, complex song structures, and dark, emotional ballads. His music was described by critics as operatic, earning him the nicknames "the Caruso of Rock" and "the Big O". Many of his songs conveyed vulnerability at a time when most male rock-and-roll.
  3. The recordings made by the Beatles, a rock group from Liverpool, England, from their inception as the Quarrymen in to their break-up in and the reunion of their surviving members in the mids, have huge cultural and historical value. The studio session tapes are kept at Abbey Road Studios, formerly known as "EMI Recording Studios," where the Beatles recorded most of their music.
  4. Paul McCartney, Actor: A Hard Day's Night. Sir Paul McCartney is a key figure in contemporary culture as a singer, composer, poet, writer, artist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, and holder of more than 3 thousand copyrights. He is in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for most records sold, most #1s (shared), most covered song, "Yesterday," largest paid audience for a solo concert (,+.
  5. With the Beatles Deluxe Edition Vol. Two The Capitol Albums, Volume 2 Sampler UK Singles Collection Volume 3: – Rare Photos & Interview CD, Vol. 3 29 octobre Rare Photos & Interview CD, Vol. 2 19 mars
  6. The Early Beatles - Capitol This is a post-Meet The Beatles (and post-a few others, too) re-release of Introducing The Beatles with a different track order and with "Ask Me Why" and "Please Please Me" replacing "Misery" and "There's A Place," as if those weren't two of the best songs on the original album (and as if "Ask Me Why" isn't pretty much a piece of crap).
  7. Song facts. From Wikipedia: “I’m a Loser” is a song by the Beatles, originally released on Beatles for Sale in the United Kingdom, later released on Beatles ’65 in the United States. Written by John Lennon, (though credited to Lennon–McCartney), it was considered for release as a single until Lennon wrote “I Feel Fine“. According to music critic Richie Unterberger, while the.

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