The Early Beatles (The . Racial tensions and unemployment, then as now were societal ills that were in the forefront during the 1963-1964 period. The Beatles injected levity, original expression and just plain fun where it was sorely needed. Against such a stark historical backdrop, the Beatles were radiant, bright and just plain fun. They were also trend setters. Their clothing styles and haircuts have been emulated by countless many people and their music continues to delight audiences.
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With the Beatles was released in Canada as Beatlemania! With the Beatles and in France as Les Beatles. a b c d The original US release featured a different track listing to the UK release - The Early Tapes of the Beatles (with Tony Sheridan). Released: 10 December 1984. The Beatles' Second Album. From the Royal Variety Performance (10 November 1963) Recorded on 4 November 1963, in the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, UK. "I Want to Hold Your Hand". From Late Scene Extra (27 November 1963) Filmed on 25 November 1963, in Studio Four, Granada TV Centre.
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BEATLES TAPES II: Early Beatlemania 1963-1964 JERDEN 1980. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. The main interest in this album, is, IMO, to hear The Beatles& first recordings for a big label (Polydor in Germany). The most interesting songs are, IMO, the songs they recorded without Sheridan: "Ain& She Sweet", an old Jazz song arranged in the Rock and Roll style, sung by John Lennon, and the only Harrison-Lennon composition to appear on record, "Cry For a Shadow", which is an instrumental song on which George Harrison played the lead guitar and John Lennon the rhythm.