Dr Ebbetts Cd - Beatles Box Vol 1 (Archive Series)

Dr Ebbetts Cd -  Beatles Box Vol 1 (Archive Series)
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Dr Ebbetts Cd -  Beatles Box Vol 1 (Archive Series)
1. Love Me Do (Lennon/McCartney) 2:24

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RM Take 15 - Mono Copy #1 4 Sep 1962 SS.PPM.08.15.RM.a The Beatles Ringo on drums. No tambourine. 1980 direct mono copy of the original vinyl single. Appeared on both UK/US "Rarities" LP. Another copy, made in 1982, of =another= single was made and was later included on "Past Masters 1".

2. P.S. I Love You (Lennon/McCartney) 2:05

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RM Take 10 11 Sep 1962 SS.PPM.09.10.RM The Beatles Andy White on drums, Ringo on maracas.

Released on UK: Parlophone R4949 single 1962, Parlophone PMC 1202 Please Please Me 1963. US: Vee Jay VJLP 1062 Introducing first issue 1963, Tollie 9008 single 1964. CD: EMI CDP 7 46435 2 Please Please Me 1987, EMI single 1988.

3. I Saw Her Standing There (Lennon/McCartney) 2:55

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 9 & 12 11 Feb 1963 SS.PPM.01.09/12.RS The Beatles Combination of Take 12 (handclap overdubs onto Take 1) and the count-in of Take 9.

Released on "Please Please Me" stereo LP (UK). Also on "Introducing The Beatles" (US) but the count-in has been edited and only the "4" of "1-2-3-4" survived.

4. Please Please Me (Lennon/McCartney) 2:01

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Edit Of Takes 16, 17 & 18 26 Nov 1962 SS.PPM.07.16/17/18.RS Edit of the three last takes recorded on 26 Nov 1962. Lewisohn states that 18 takes were recorded that day INCLUDING John's harmonica overdub, so it seems that either take 16, 17 or 18 is the harmonica overdub.

Released on UK: Parlophone PCS 3042 Please Please Me 1963, Apple PCSP 717 The Beatles 1962-1966 1973. US: Vee Jay VJSR 1062 Introducing second issue 1963.

5. Misery (Lennon/McCartney) 1:50

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 16 11 Feb 1963 SS.PPM.02.16.RS The Beatles Stereo mix used on the UK "Please Please Me" LP (PCS 3042) and US "Introducing The Beatles" LP (VJSR 1062). Take 16 is take 11 + piano overdubs by George Martin.

6. Do You Want To Know A Secret (Lennon/McCartney) 1:58

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 8 11 Feb 1963 SS.PPM.11.08.RS The Beatles Released on UK: Parlophone PCS 3042 Please Please Me 1963. US: Vee Jay VJSR 1062 Introducing 1963.

7. A Taste Of Honey (Marlow/Scott) 2:04

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 7 11 Feb 1963 SS.PPM.12.07.RS The Beatles Released on UK: Parlophone PCS 3042 Please Please Me 1963. US: Vee Jay VJSR 1062 Introducing 1963.

8. Twist And Shout (Russell/Medley) 2:35

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 1 11 Feb 1963 SS.PPM.14.01.RS The Beatles Stereo mix used on "Please Please Me" stereo LP (1963 - UK) and "Introducing The Beatles" (1963 - US).

9. From Me To You (Lennon/McCartney) 1:59

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Edit Of Take Unknown 5 Mar 1963 SS.PM1.02.xx.RS The Beatles Stereo mix based on an edit of unknown takes.

This stereo mix is the one used on ALL releases (US, UK, Germany, etc). No other commercially available stereo mix exist.

Brennan: Capitol missed this song somehow so the Vee Jay issues were the only US release until 1973. Vee Jay did not have the stereo mix and used the mono version on the stereo LP VJSR 1085 (Thank You Girl is also mono there). US had to wait 1973 to see a stereo version (released on "1962-1966" stereo LP)

10. Thank You Girl (Lennon/McCartney) 2:05

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles UK mono mix, edit of takes 6, 13, 17, 20, 21 & 23. Released on: UK: Parlophone R5015 single 1963; UK: Parlophone PSLP 261; UK: PCM 1001 Rarities 1978-79; US: Vee Jay VJ 522 single 1963; US: Vee Jay VJ 587 single 1964; US: Vee Jay VJLP 1085; US: VJSR 1085 The Beatles and Frank Ifield on Stage 1963; CD: EMI CDP 7 90043 2 Past Masters 1 1988.

11. She Loves You (Lennon/McCartney) 2:22

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RM1 From Unknown Takes 1 Jul 1963 SS.PM1.04.RM1 The Beatles Released on: UK: Parlophone R5055 single 1963; UK: Parlophone PMC 7016 Oldies 1966; US: Swan 4152 single 1963; CD: EMI CDP 7 90043 2 Past Masters 1 1988.

The sonic restoration by Peter Mew, made originally for the EP set in 1992, sounds much better than this version. The edits became much more noticeable in the first CD appearance in 1988. There is no 'true stereo' mix of this song.

Taped on two-track, it proved surprisingly complex to make, the master tape being a complicated edit from a number of takes.

12. It Won't Be Long (Lennon/McCartney) 2:13 Regular Stereo UK 1963

The Beatles

13. Please Mister Postman (Holland/Bateman/Gorman/Dobbins/Garrett) 2:35

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 9 (date unknown) SS.WTB.07.9.RM The Beatles E: Norman Smith 2E:Geoff Emerick & B.T. (full name unknown)

14. All My Loving (Lennon/McCartney) 2:10

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The Beatles with "hi-hat-intro"

15. Roll Over Beethoven (Berry) 2:46

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Edit Take 7/8 (date unknown) SS.WTB.08.7/8.E.RS The Beatles E: Norman Smith 2E:Geoff Emerick & B.T. (full name unknown)

16. Money (That's What I Want) (Bradford/Gordy) 2:52

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RS Take 7 (date unknown) SS.WTB.14.7.RS The Beatles Engineer: Norman Smith 2nd Engineer: A.B. Lincoln