It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. This album, like its parent album, contains both original Beatles songs, as well as covers (including its namesake, Twist and Shout), denoted in the track listing.
Опубликовано: 8 апр. 2016 г. The Beatles - Twist & Shout - Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show 2/23/64. The Beatles Now Streaming. For the many who witnessed The Beatles’ early appearances on British television, this song is synonymous with those exciting era–defining times. For their debut album, John recorded his vocal in one take at the end of a marathon recording session on February 11th 1963. In July 1963, ‘Twist And Shout’ became the title track of the band’s first EP to be released in the UK. According to the advert on the front of New Musical Express, it was The record you’ve been asking for. A week after Twist And Shout was released it made the EP best-seller list and a week after that topped the same chart staying there for ten weeks.
Twist And Shout" lyrics. Twist And Shout" (originally by The Top Notes). Well, shake it up, baby, now (Shake it up, baby) Twist and shout (Twist and shout) C'mon c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, baby, now (Come on baby) Come on and work it on out (Work it on out). Well, work it on out, honey (Work it on out) You know you look so good (Look so good) You know you got me goin' now (Got me goin') Just like I knew you would (Like I knew you would). The Beatles chose this song to open their Shea Stadium performance on the 15th of August 1965. It was the first rock concert held in a stadium. This song was featured in the film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986).
Twist And Shout (Sunday Night at The London Palladium 13th October 1963).
Twist and Shout was written by Phil Medley and Bert Russell. It was originally recorded by the Top Notes in 1961, although a version by The Isley Brothers released the following year became more popular. Twist And Shout continued to be part of The Beatles' live set following the album's release. It was the final song at their Sunday Night at the London Palladium performance on 13 October 1963, widely held to signal the start of Beatlemania. They also performed the song at the Royal Command Performance on 4 November 1963, and for their February 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Produced by George Martin. Album Please Please Me. Twist and Shout Lyrics. Well, work it on out (Work it on out) You know you look so good (Look so good) You know you got me goin', now (Got me goin') Just like I knew you would (Like I knew you would). Twist and Shout was originally by The Top Notes in 1960; the band The Isley Brothers did a cover of it in 1962. The Beatles did a second cover of the song in 1963. This song was made popular by The Beatles with John Lennon’s diverse vocals, which for being the last track recorded in an exhausting day-long session show some wear and tear in his voice.
Twist and Shout (album). Studio album by The Beatles. It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. Lennon and McCartney.
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