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  1. Beatles VI also included: the remaining six tracks from Beatles for Sale (i.e., those left off Beatles '65, although 2 such songs had been released on a single in February ) "Yes It Is", the B-side to the single "Ticket to Ride". This is a "duophonic" stereo remix from the original mono track, with additional echo and reverb.
  2. The extent to which the Beatles were capable of transcending the nominal bounds of the cliché is effectively brought home by comparing our current song with one of the more popular examples in this model done by another roughly contemporaneous "artist"; I'm thinking of the one about "my party" and "I'll Cry If I Want To" — yes, go ahead and.
  3. Mar 01,  · It is Beatles complete copy band, and a BEATLES OMC of Japan. Recording in May, George Takahasi (Vo, E-Gt, A-Gt, Ba, Cho) Ringo Sato (Dr, Cho) The main use instruments RICKENBACKER /
  4. The Beatles – I Don't Want To Spoil The Party Lyrics from album: Beatles VI () I don't want to spoil the party so I'll go, I would hate my disappointment to show.
  5. I Don't Want To Spoil The Party: A4: Words Of Love: A5: What You're Doing: A6: Every Little Thing: B1: Eight Days A Week: B2: You Like Me Too Much: B3: Yes It .
  6. It was released on the album Beatles for Sale in the United Kingdom in “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party” was also released on the Beatles for Sale (No. 2) EP. In the United States, Capitol released the song as the B-side of the single “Eight Days a Week“, and later on the Beatles VI album, both in
  7. Waxed on 5/10/65, "Bad Boy" is one of two songs slated exclusively for BEATLES VI. Paul doubles on Hohner Pianet and Ringo on tambourine. The country-flavored "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party" was written for Ringo, although John ended up double tracking the vocal. The 19th and final 9/29/64 take was used for the master/5(42).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Yellow label PlayTape release of Beatles VI on Discogs.

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