|1||Love Me Do|
|2||I Want To Hold Your Hold|
|3||She Loves You|
|31C 016 06816, 7 ID-4087||The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (7", RE)||Odeon, Odeon||31C 016 06816, 7 ID-4087||Brazil||1982|
|7ID-4087||The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (7", EP, Mono, RE)||Odeon||7ID-4087||Brazil||1968|
|7ID-4087||The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (7", EP)||Odeon Pops||7ID-4087||Bolivia||1964|
First edition of the Brazilian EP, on the Odeon "Alta Fidelidade" (High Fidelity) blue label. "Love Me Do" is actually the version with Ringo on drums.
Текст песни: Oh yeah, Ill tell you something I think youll understand When I say that something I wanna hold your hand. I Want to Hold Your Hand is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and recorded on 17 October 1963, it was the first Beatles record to be made using four-track equipment. With advance orders exceeding one million copies in the United Kingdom, I Want to Hold Your Hand would have gone straight to the top of the British record charts on its day of release 29 November 1963 had it not been blocked by the group's first million-seller She Loves You. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your HandHDYouTube. THE BEATLES - I Saw Her Standing There - The Ed Sullivan Show February 9th 1964 - First US on 29 November 1963, I Want To Hold Your Hand sold more than a million copies on advanced orders alone. It became The Beatles first US number one, and kick-started the British Invasion of America. The song was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the basement of Jane Ashers parents house in Wimpole Street, London. We wrote a lot of stuff together, one-on-one, eyeball to eyeball. In the UK the song was a standalone single it didnt feature on the groups second album, With The Beatles, which was released a week before the single. A version of I Want To Hold Your Hand was included on the 2006 album Love. The Beatles singles chronology. She Loves You 1963. I Want to Hold Your Hand 1963. Can't Buy Me Love UK-1964 - Twist and Shout US-1964. Alternative covers. 1992 CD issue. With advance orders exceeding one million copies in the United Kingdom, I Want to Hold Your Hand would ordinarily have gone straight to the top of the British record charts on its day of release 29 November 1963 had it not been blocked by the group's first million seller She Loves You, the Beatles' previous UK single, which was having a resurgent. spell in the top position following intense media coverage of the group. In England, the norm was 14 tracks per album, while in the USA, the the video for I Want to Hold Your Hand from The Beatles's 1 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and recorded in October 1963, it was the first Beatles record to be made using four-track equipment. McCartney and Lennon did not have any particular inspiration for the song. Instead, they had received specific instructions from manager Brian Epstein to write a song with the American market in mind. According to the I Want To Hold Your Hand Songfacts, John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote this in Jane Asher's basement. Asher was an actress who beca read more. Album: Meet The Beatles 1963. Charted: 1 1. The Beatles celebrated madly when they found out they were 1 in America. They came to America for the first time on February 7, 1964, greeted at the airport by screaming fans. I Want To Hold Your Hand was the 1 song in the country at that time, and it stayed on top for seven weeks, until their next single, the re-released She Loves You, replaced it. And on January 26th, 1964 it was the Beatles themselves with I Want to Hold Your Hand that knocked Mr. Vinton out of the number one spot. On the same 'Jury' show the Beatles really liked Elvis' Kiss Me Quick it would peak at 34 on the Top 100 chart. I Want to Hold Your Hand is a song by The Beatles. It is not only the song that introduced The Beatles to America but also the first song released by the group to be recorded on a 4-track machine. John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote this in Jane Asher's basement. John Lennon played this song for his friend Gerry Marsden from the band Gerry and the Pacemakers when they were on tour together with The Beatles. Gerry recalled that John