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  • The Beatles - In my Life

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    The Beatles - In my Life

    "In My Life" is a song by The Beatles written by John Lennon credited to Lennon/McCartney. The song originated with Lennon, and while McCartney contributed to the final version, the extent of his contribution is in dispute. Released on the 1965 album Rubber Soul, it is ranked 23rd on the Rolling Stone article "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time" as well as fifth on their list of The Beatles 100 Greatest Songs.[3] The song placed second on CBC's 50 Tracks. Mojo magazine named it the best song of all time in 2000. Released: 3 December 1965 Recorded: 18 October 1965 EMI Studios, London Genre: Pop,[1] rock, baroque pop[2] Length: 2:28 John Lennon -- double-tracked vocal, rhythm guitar Paul McCartney -- harmony vocal, bass, electric piano[A] George Harrison -- harmony vocal, lead guitar Ringo Starr -- drums, tambourine, bells[B] George Martin -- piano Label Parlophone, Capitol Writer Lennon/McCartney Producer George Martin


  • Strawberry Fields Forever - Restored HD Video

    Duration: 1:23 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Strawberry Fields Forever - Restored HD Video

    THE BEATLES’ VIDEOS AND TOP HITS COME TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME All-New Editions of The Beatles 1 Pair Beautifully Restored Promotional Films and Videos with Brand New Stereo and Surround Audio Mixes Preorder your copy at Beatles 1+ Deluxe Edition Celebrates the Sight & Sound of The Beatles in 50 Films & Videos London – September 15, 2015 – After The Beatles stopped touring, and because travelling around the globe to promote new releases was impossible, the band increasingly made what could be described as “mini movies”. These pioneering promotional films and videos helped to define the way we have come to watch music, not least because The Beatles approached filming with the same ease and innovative spirit they brought to the recording studio, exploring new creative possibilities with infectious delight. Showcasing the band’s filmed work to accompany their 27 No.1, U.K. and U.S. singles, The Beatles 1 is newly restored and expanded in multiple configurations for global release on November 6 by Apple Corps Ltd/UMG. The 27-track CD/DVD and CD/Blu-ray pairs beautifully restored videos for each song, with new stereo and 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS HD surround audio mixes. The brand new Beatles 1+ celebrates their career in over 200 minutes through 50 promotional films and videos. This includes the 27 No.1s, with the restored videos, along with a second disc of 23 videos, including alternate versions, as well as rarely seen and newly restored films and videos; all include new audio mixes in deluxe CD/2-DVD and CD/2-Blu-ray packages. The 27-track audio CD is also being made available with new stereo mixes. A 2 LP, 180-gram vinyl package will follow. The new editions of The Beatles 1 have been made possible following extensive research, and restoration of the original promo films, classic television appearances and other carefully selected videos spanning the band’s history. Apple Corps dug deep into The Beatles’ vaults to select a broad range of films and videos for their rarity, historical significance and quality of performance. An 18-person team of film and video technicians and restoration artists was assembled by Apple Corps to undertake painstaking frame-by-frame cleaning, colour-grading, digital enhancement and new edits that took months of dedicated, ‘round-the-clock work to accomplish. The result is a visual run down of The Beatles’ number one records, as well as the additional tracks on the bonus disc of Beatles 1+ that show the band in previously unseen standards of clarity and quality; many of the films and videos have never before been commercially released, in whole or in part. Beatles 1 and Beatles 1+ offers the restored films, including 35mm negatives scanned in 4K and digitally restored with new stereo and 5.1 surround audio remixes, produced from the original analogue tapes by the GRAMMY® winning team of Giles Martin with Sam Okell at Abbey Road Studios. For four of the videos, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have provided exclusive audio commentary and filmed introductions, respectively. The 1+ Deluxe Edition, presented in an expanded 124-page illustrated hardcover book includes ‘an appreciation’ of The Beatles’ ground-breaking films and videos by music journalist and author Mark Ellen and extensive, detailed track/video annotation by music historian and author Richard Havers. “These videos and films are spectacular reminders of the era we lived in. They also rock!” – Paul McCartney "I think it’s really interesting to see the videos we made, some of them incredible and some of them really incredible. How else would we have got to sit on a horse?" – Ringo Starr Between 1962 and 1970, The Beatles released 27 No.1 hit singles in the U.S. and the U.K. In 2000, these timeless songs were collected for The Beatles 1, which topped the charts in 35 countries and became that decade’s bestselling album worldwide. 15 years later, 1 is revisited for this entirely new, visually-inspired presentation. It’s The Beatles, as you’ve never seen them before. #THEBEATLES1 Available to pre-order now 1+ Deluxe 2Blu-ray/CD: 1+ Deluxe 2DVD/CD: CD/Blu-ray: CD/DVD: Blu-ray: DVD: 1CD:

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  • The Beatles "Help" Live 1965 (Reelin' In The Years Archives)

    Duration: 3:08 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles "Help" Live 1965 Reelin' In The Years Archives

    This great live version of "Help" comes from a 6-song set filmed for British television in August of 1965, two weeks before their famed Shea Stadium concert in New York. Next to Apple Records, no one has more Beatles performance footage than Reelin' In The Years Productions. From 1963-1970 we have more than 8 hours of Beatles concerts, TV appearances, interviews and b-roll, the bulk being from their touring years ('63-'66). Reelin' In The Years Productions houses the world's largest library of music footage, containing over 20,000 hours of material covering nearly every genre from the last 60 years. We have live concerts, TV appearances, interviews, in-studio segments, b-roll and more. In addition to music we have thousands of hours of interviews with the most recognizable celebrities, comedians, politicians, athletes, artists and authors of the 20th Century. If you need footage for your film, documentary, TV show, commercial, museum exhibit or presentation, we are your one-stop shop. Visit our online database at to explore our archive, but please email us as we are constantly adding new material to the archive. We do not supply material to fans or collectors under any circumstance, so please do not contact us if that is your intention.

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  • The Beatles Yesterday (Original)

    Duration: 2:25 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles Yesterday Original

    Hola todos, hoy les traigo este vídeo de The Beatles abajo mi canal para que se suscriban y mis redes sociales: Youtube Channel : Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Thank you, Grazie, Danke, Gracias and enjoy it!

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  • The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show

    Duration: 1:36 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show - An excerpt from the new DVD release "The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles." Released September 7, 2010. Available at and other fine retailers!

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  • The Beatles - I Wanna Hold Your Hand (G-Pluck Cover)

    Duration: 2:23 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles - I Wanna Hold Your Hand G-Pluck Cover

    The Beatles - I Wanna Hold Your Hand (G-Pluck Cover) Kumpulan musik-musik terbaik dari dalam negeri maupun mancanegara, yang akan menemani waktu santai anda bersama keluarga

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  • Mick Jagger inducts The Beatles - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions 1988

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    Mick Jagger inducts The Beatles - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions 1988

    Mick Jagger inducts The Beatles into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the 1988 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Visit us! Subscribe to RockHall : Facebook: Twitter: Google +: Check out all the inductees: Upcoming events:

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  • Imagine - The Beatles - John Lennon

    Duration: 3:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Imagine - The Beatles - John Lennon

    Imagine de John Lennon. The Beatles. Imagine there´s no heaven, it´s easy if you try....

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  • Oh! Darling (Reprise)

    Duration: 3:28 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Oh! Darling Reprise

    I sincerely hope that you enjoy my cover of this 1969 Beatles classic entitled 'Oh Darling' which the lads originally released on 'Abbey Road'. I have to say that I have a new-found appreciation for Mariah Carey, as when I was recording my cover of this song, I'm not ashamed to say that I had to 'lift the skirt' in order for me to hit that high 'D' on the bridge (heard at 2:15 into the song). However, despite my 49 years, I was thankfully able to hit the note ; ) I only hope that it passes muster. Here's a bit of a backgrounder on the Beatles' original recording of this song from the good folks at 'The Beatles Bible': This retro-style rocker, written by Paul McCartney, was originally attempted by The Beatles during the Get Back sessions, but was eventually released as an album track on Abbey Road. Having been some years since he deployed the larynx-shredding rock 'n' roll stylings of I'm Down and Long Tall Sally (1968's Helter Skelter is a notable exception), McCartney broke his voice back in carefully. Living on Cavendish Avenue, just two streets away from Abbey Road, Paul McCartney got in the habit of arriving before the other Beatles to record his vocals for the song. "Paul came in several days running to do the lead vocal on Oh! Darling. He'd come in, sing it and say, 'No, that's not it, I'll try it again tomorrow.' He only tried it once per day, I suppose he wanted to capture a certain rawness which could only be done once before the voice changed. I remember him saying, 'Five years ago I could have done this in a flash,' referring, I suppose, to the days of Long Tall Sally and Kansas City." ~ Alan Parsons, engineer The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions, Mark Lewisohn In 1969 McCartney thought his voice was too clear to do the song justice, and claimed he "wanted it to sound as though I'd been performing it on stage all week". "I mainly remember wanting to get the vocal right, wanting to get it good, and I ended up trying each morning as I came into the recording session. I tried it with a hand mike, and I tried it with a standing mike, I tried it every which way, and finally got the vocal I was reasonably happy with. It's a bit of a belter, and if it comes off a little bit lukewarm, then you've missed the whole point. It was unusual for me, I would normally try all the goes at a vocal in one day." ~ Paul McCartney Many Years From Now, Barry Miles John Lennon rated the song highly, though he was characteristically guarded in his praise. "Oh! Darling was a great one of Paul's that he didn't sing too well. I always thought that I could've done it better - it was more my style than his. He wrote it, so what the hell, he's going to sing it. If he'd had any sense, he should have let me sing it. [Laughs.] ~ John Lennon All We Are Saying, David Sheff In the studio The Beatles first rehearsed Oh! Darling on 27 January 1969, during a Get Back session at the Apple Studio in London's Savile Row. With Billy Preston on keyboards, the somewhat ragged recording turns into an improvised jam, ending with John Lennon's announcement that "I've just heard that Yoko's divorce [from Tony Cox] has just gone through. Free at last!" As preserved on Anthology 3, Lennon then sang, to the tune of Oh! Darling: "I'm free This morning Baby told the lawyer it's OK Believe me when I tell you I'll never do you no harm" The Beatles began recording the song properly at Abbey Road on 20 April. They recorded 26 takes of the rhythm track, with McCartney on bass and guide vocals, Lennon on piano, Starr on drums and Harrison on guitar. They also overdubbed a Hammond organ part, which was later wiped. On 26 April McCartney made his first attempt at a lead vocal, though this was unused. He returned to it on 17 July, beginning a series of single-take attempts in the early afternoon. The final version was recorded on 23 July. The three-part doo-wop vocal harmonies were taped on 11 August, with which Oh! Darling was complete.

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  • The Beatles Funny Moments

    Duration: 9:47 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles Funny Moments

    Part 2: Studio outtakes: If you're reading this, comment a sentence including the phrase "mashed potatoes" :')

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  • Don't Let Me Down by The Beatles – Totally Guitars Lesson Preview

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    Don't Let Me Down by The Beatles – Totally Guitars Lesson Preview Learn to play Don't Let Me Down by The Beatles with this acoustic guitar lesson preview. Full lesson found at Visit the site for free guitar lessons, TARGET program, forum, community, and contests. This awesome Beatles tune is like a master class in playing double stops. In the guitar friendly key of E major, utilizing the C#m pentatonic box comes very naturally to most players. By understanding how these simple scales can be combined to form little melodies made up of two or more notes at a time will drastically improve your playing and take you from a single-note solo player to being able to harmonize with yourself and launch your playing to the next level! Complete Free Lessons Community Chat Room Forum Your Own Blog Recommend A Lesson Membership is free join now!

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  • The Beatles - Because (Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets Trailer song)

    Duration: 3:19 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles - Because Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets Trailer song

    The Beatles - Because (Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets Theme Sound Track) All copyrights belong to their respective owners If you need a song removed from my channel, please e-mail me--- Follow me: Thanks for watching

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  • Ghaitsa Kenang "Come Together" The Beatles Expert "Do Re Mi" - Rising Star Indonesia Eps. 13

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    Ghaitsa Kenang "Come Together" The Beatles Expert "Do Re Mi" - Rising Star Indonesia Eps. 13

    Saksikan Rising Star Indonesia Setiap Hari Kamis dan Jumat Pukul 21.00 WIB hanya di RCTI ------------------------------­----------­------- Download Application Rising Star Indonesia : Google Play Store : App Store : Subscribe now for more Rising Star Indonesia videos: Visit Official Site of Rising Star Indonesia: Like Rising Star Indonesia on Facebook: Follow Rising Star Indonesia on Twitter: Follow Rising Star Indonesia on Instagram:

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  • The History of The Beatles

    Duration: 8:40 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The History of The Beatles

    The History of The Beatles Subscribe Formed in 1960 in Liverpool, England, The Beatles went on to become one of the biggest (if not, THE biggest) rock band in the world. As the Fab Four, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr conquered the world with Beatlemania and launched the British invasion of North America. They've had countless hit singles and many of their albums are considered some of the best in musical history; as such, The Beatles' influence on pop culture is immeasurable and one that will undoubtedly prevail for decades to come. In this video, we take a look at the history of The Beatles.

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  • The Beatles - Long and Winding Road (Plus Lyrics) (1970) [HIGH QUALITY COVER VERSION]

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    The Beatles - Long and Winding Road Plus Lyrics 1970 HIGH QUALITY COVER VERSION

    This is a cover version by Top of the Poppers. To buy this song from Amazon, click here Subscribe to our you tube channel for more music videos. Become a fan of our facebook page "The Long and Winding Road" is a ballad written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) that originally appeared on The Beatles' album Let It Be. It became The Beatles' 20th and last number-one song in the United States on 23 May 1970, and was the last single released by the quartet. "The Long and Winding Road" was listed with "For You Blue" as a double-sided hit when the single hit number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1970. While the released version of the song was very successful, the post-production modifications to the song by producer Phil Spector angered McCartney to the point that when he made his case in court for breaking up The Beatles as a legal entity, McCartney cited the treatment of "The Long and Winding Road" as one of six reasons for doing so. New versions of the song with simpler instrumentation were subsequently released by both The Beatles and McCartney. McCartney originally wrote the song at his farm in Scotland, and was inspired by the growing tension among the Beatles. McCartney said later: "I just sat down at my piano in Scotland, started playing and came up with that song, imagining it was going to be done by someone like Ray Charles. "I have always found inspiration in the calm beauty of Scotland and again it proved the place where I found inspiration." McCartney recorded a demo version of the song, with Beatles' engineer Alan Brown assisting, in September 1968, during the recording sessions for The Beatles. The song takes the form of a piano-based ballad, with conventional chord changes. The song's home key is E-flat major but it also uses C minor. Lyrically, it is a sad and melancholic song, with an evocation of an as-yet unrequited, though apparently inevitable, love. The "long and winding road" of the song was claimed to have been inspired by the B842, a thirty-one mile (50 km) winding road in Scotland, running along the east coast of Kintyre into Campbeltown, and part of the eighty-two mile (133 km) drive from Lochgilphead. In an interview in 1994, McCartney described the lyric more obliquely: "It's rather a sad song. I like writing sad songs, it's a good bag to get into because you can actually acknowledge some deeper feelings of your own and put them in it. It's a good vehicle, it saves having to go to a psychiatrist. " The opening theme is repeated throughout, the song lacks a traditional chorus, and the melody and lyrics are ambiguous about the opening stanza's position in the song; it is unclear whether the song has just begun, is in the verse, or is in the bridge.

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  • The Beatles - I'm So Tired (Take 14 with unused overdubs)

    Duration: 2:16 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles - I'm So Tired Take 14 with unused overdubs

    From: BeatOuts Vol. 10 - WhiteOuts! Disc Three Recorded: 8 Oct 1968

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  • The Beatles - Lucille

    Duration: 3:41 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles - Lucille

    On Air Live at the BBC Volume 2 1963


  • The Beatles Twist and Shout with Lyrics (intro by John)

    Duration: 3:16 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles Twist and Shout with Lyrics intro by John

    In the intro to the song about copulation, listen to John tell royalty to flake off. Like so many before, BWW asked self: why isn't this one up yet? There's just too many great ones. "Twist and Shout" is a song written by Phil Medley and Bert Berns. It was originally titled "Shake It Up, Baby" and recorded by the Top Notes and then covered by The Isley Brothers. It was covered by The Beatles with John Lennon on the lead vocals and originally released on their first album Please Please Me. The song was covered by The Mamas & the Papas (in the style of a ballad) in 1967 on their album Deliver, and on a film soundtrack by Cliff Richard. It was also covered by The Tremeloes. Most recently Chaka Demus and Pliers (featuring Jack Radics and Taxi Gang) reached No. 1 on the UK charts with their version in January 1994. The Who performed it throughout their career, most notably on Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 and 1982's Who's Last. In 1961, a year after Phil Spector became a staff producer at Atlantic records, he was asked to produce a single by an up-and-coming vocal group, the Top Notes (sometimes named "Topnotes"): "Twist and Shout." This was before Spector perfected his "Wall of Sound" technique, and the recording lacked all of the energy the group exhibited in its live performances. Songwriter Bert Berns felt Spector had ruined the song, and went out to show Spector how the song should be done.[1] When the Isley Brothers decided to record the song in 1962, Berns opted to produce, and thus demonstrate to Spector what he had intended to be the "sound" of the record.[1] The resulting recording captured the verve of an Isley Brothers performance, and became the trio's first record to reach a Top 20 position in the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The Isley Brothers' version, with Ronald Isley on lead vocals, was the first major hit recording of the song, peaking at No. 17 on the U.S. pop top 40 charts, and No. 2 on the US R&B charts. The song quickly became a frequently covered R&B tune in the early 1960s. According to Ronald, the song was supposed to be the b-side to the Burt Bacharach standard, "Make It Easy On Yourself", which had been a hit for Jerry Butler. When the Isleys recorded "Twist and Shout", the brothers did not think the song would do well, as they had not had a hit in the three years since "Shout" established them. To their surprise, the song became their first Top 40 hit on both the pop and R&B charts, and for a time established the group's reputation for producing fast-paced songs during their earlier career. The Beatles released the song on their first UK album, Please Please Me, the recording of which on 11 February 1963 was their first album session and is notable for 11 songs recorded in a mere 10 hours. "Twist and Shout", with John Lennon on lead vocals, was the last song recorded; producer George Martin knew Lennon's voice would suffer from the performance, so he left it until last, with only 15 minutes of scheduled recording time remaining. Lennon was suffering from a cold, and was drinking milk and sucking on cough drops to soothe his throat. His coughing is audible on the album, as is the cold's effect on his voice. Even so, he produced a memorable vocal performance: a raucous, dynamic rocker. He later said his voice was not the same for a long time afterward, and that "every time [he] swallowed, it felt like sandpaper".[2] A second take was attempted, but Lennon had nothing left and it was abandoned.[3] George Martin said, "I did try a second take ... but John's voice had gone."[4] The Beatles' cover was released on 2 March 1964 in the U.S. as a single, with "There's a Place" as its B-side,[5] by Vee-Jay Records on the Tollie label. It reached No. 2 on 4 April 1964, during the week that the top five places on the chart were all Beatles singles. (In the Cashbox singles chart for the same week, "Twist and Shout" was No. 1.) In the United States, "Twist and Shout" was the only million-selling Beatles single that was a cover record, and the only Beatles cover single to reach the Top 10 on a national record chart. In the UK, "Twist and Shout" was released by Parlophone on an EP with three other tracks, "Do You Want to Know a Secret", "A Taste of Honey", and "There's a Place", from the Please Please Me album. Both the EP and album reached No. 1 (see Twist and Shout (EP)). In Canada, it became the title track to the second album of Beatles material to be issued by Capitol Records of Canada, on February 3, 1964. It is regarded as one of the finest examples of British rock and roll for its vocal performance.[6] The song was used as a rousing closing number on Sunday Night at the London Palladium in October 1963 and at The Royal Variety Show in November 1963, the former signalling the start of "Beatlemania".

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  • The Beatles - Rain Bassline (Original Speed)

    Duration: 3:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles - Rain Bassline Original Speed

    The backing track is a rare bootleg version of Rain that doesn't have the bass guitar or lead vocal overdubs on it and is at its original speed before the track was slowed to it's released speed. Recorded with a Ric 4003 direct into Logic Pro 9. I no longer own this bass. "The Beatles recorded Rain over two sessions. On 14 April 1966, the same day Paul McCartney taped his bass part for Paperback Writer, the group taped five takes of Rain's rhythm track, performed quickly and later slowed down. They finished the song on 16 April, adding overdubs including tambourine, bass and extra vocals. It is likely that the backwards vocals were added on this day, when they also carried out the mono mixes that appeared on the Paperback Writer single."

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  • The Beatles Take good care of my baby (subtitulada)

    Duration: 2:23 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Beatles Take good care of my baby subtitulada

    The beatles take good care of my baby es un cover... Fue escrita por Carole King y Gerry Goffin. "Take Good Care of My Baby" es una canción escrita por Carole King y Gerry Goffin y se hizo famosa por Bobby Vee, cuando fue lanzado en 1961. Rápidamente se hizo popular, alcanzando el # 1 en los EE.UU. Billboard Hot 100 en septiembre.

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  • Karaoke Twist And Shout - The Beatles *

    Duration: 3:38 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Karaoke Twist And Shout - The Beatles *

    Download MP3: Sing Online: * This version contains a low volume vocal guide to help you learn the song. The karaoke version without the vocal guide is available on This recording is a cover of Twist And Shout as made famous by The Beatles - This version is not the original version, and is not performed by The Beatles. This instrumental/playback version contains a vocal guide, the lyrics and backing vocals. All the assets on KaraFun channels are used by permission under licensing agreement with rights holders (music composition, sound re-recording).

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  • Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (live) - The Beatles

    Duration: 4:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds live - The Beatles

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