I Should Have Known Better - The Beatles - Hey Jude (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 11,  · It’s an lp Stereeo AP The odds and sodds up to that point (pre red/blue) Hey Jude, Revolution,Paperback Writer I should have known better, Lady Madonna, Can’t buy me love, don’t let me down, ballad J&Y, Rain, Old Brown shoe.
  2. The Hey Jude LP had been out of print since the late s, although it remained available on cassette during the s. The album was issued on CD for the first time in , as an individual release and in a box set titled The U.S. Albums. The Beatles North American Chronology. Previous.
  3. APPLE Records SO is Hey Jude in stereo. This is a pressing. The Beatles. Ballad Of John & Yoko. All You Need Is Love. Cover is VG with moderate wear. I Should Have Known Better.5/5(1).
  4. Appearing in the U.S. just two months prior to the band's April breakup, Hey Jude is one of the odder Beatles records released during the group's lifespan. Essentially a clearinghouse for singles that never appeared on album, the record relies heavily on songs released between and , but it also stretches back to get both sides of the single "Paperback Writer"/"Rain" and "Can.
  5. Jul 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Beatles - Tell Me Why/ If I Fell/ I Should Have Known Better (HD) YouTube THE BEATLES - I Saw Her Standing There - The Ed Sullivan Show February 9th - .
  6. Hey Jude is an excellent CD with a really good selection. It arrived early and safely. Service was perfect. Only problem, and this is not due to the seller, was the order of the songs as printed on the CD cover. I can only assume, I might be wrong, that this is the order, as originally issued on LP back in But it is not the actual order /5().
  7. The compilation album Hey Jude was issued on this day in the United States, as Apple SW It brought together non-album singles and b-sides, along with ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ and ‘I Should Have Known Better’, which had previously been released on the United Artists soundtrack LP for A Hard Day’s Night.
  8. Memorably performed during a train carriage scene in the A Hard Day’s Night film, ‘I Should Have Known Better’ was written by John Lennon, and was the second song on the soundtrack album. That’s me. Just a song; it doesn’t mean a damn thing. John Lennon. All We Are Saying, David Sheff.

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