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8 thoughts on “ How Do You Do It - The Beatles - Bare It All Vol.3 & 4 (CD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bare It All Vol.1 & 2 on Discogs. Label: MasterJedi - MJ/2 • Format: 2x, CD Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop •.
  2. Todo Lo Que Tengo Que Hacer (All I've Got To Do) B3: Hasta Que Llegaste (Till There Was You) Written-By – M. Wilson* B4: Por Favor Señor Cartero (Please Mr. Postman) Written-By – Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman, Georgia Dobbins, Robert Bateman, William Garrett: B5: Me Has Atrapado (You've Really Got A Hold On Me) Written-By.
  3. May 10,  · The Beatles may have never released “How Do You Do It” as a single, nor did they enjoy recording the song. However, the track demonstrates how the group possessed an innate ability to create “hooks,” rewriting and rearranging a song to appeal to audiences. Their rewrite vastly improved the track, better matching their sound and style.
  4. Jul 24,  · Two new Fleetwood Mac box sets are to be released on September 4 through Rhino Records which will focus on the band’s early years.. The first is an 8CD set titled Fleetwood Mac and will include remastered versions of Then Play On, Kiln House, Future Games, Bare Trees, Penguin, Mystery To Me and Heroes Are Hard To Find.. Among the standard album tracks will be .
  5. Dec 01,  · Here is what I think of the Beatles CD's as compared to other sources: PPM - good, I like it better than my Y/B mono vinyl WTB - ok, but not nearly as good as my Y/B which has a nice fat midrange sorely missing from the CD AHDN - sounds good to me. No mono vinyl to compare but the CD .
  6. It's All Too Much. The Beatles 1 (CD) Apple CDP 5 2 - November 14, Tracks denoted with † are the second time stereo versions of these songs have been available on CD. (5 tracks previously only on CD in mono, including these three, were also released in stereo on The Beatles CD.) Love Me Do From Me To You She Loves You.
  7. The Beatles “Bare It All volumes 3 & 4” (Masterjedi MJ – 3/4) Volume 3 – That Means A Lot (Take 1) / That Means A Lot (Take 2) / Norwegian Wood (Take 1) / Norwegian Wood (Take 2) / Norwegian Wood (Take 4) / I’m Looking Through You (Take 1) / I’m Looking Through You (Take 4) / Bar Original (Takes ) / How Do You Do It / One After.
  8. Compared to the austere and bare bones debut solo LP in "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" – Noyer rightly concludes that "Imagine" did feel like George Harrison’s "All Things Must Pass" – the actual launch of a solo career and not the noodlings and experimentation that preceded it/5().

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