Please Please Me" is a song released by the English rock band The Beatles. It was their second single in the United Kingdom, and their first in the United States. John Lennon: "Please Please Me is my song completely.
Please Please Me is the debut studio album by the English rock band the Beatles.
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Ten of the album's fourteen tracks were recorded in just one day - 11th February, 1963. These included a mixture of stage favourites and "Lennon-McCartney originals". The four remaining songs had been committed to tape in 1962 having formed the B-side of their debut release and both sides of their second single.
Please, Please Me (оригинал The Beatles). Пожалуйста, доставь мне удовольствие (перевод Lisa). Please please me, whoa yeah, like I please you". Пожалуйста, доставь мне удовольствие, о да, как это делаю . "You don't need me to show the way, love. Не нужно ждать, пока я попрошу тебя, любимая, Why do I always have to say "love"? Почему я всегда должен говорить "люблю"? C'mon (C'mon) C'mon (C'mon).
Please Please Me was recorded on a two-track BTR recording machine, leaving little opportunity for overdubs or elaborate arrangements. The album contained both sides of The Beatles' first two singles – Love Me Do, PS I Love You, Please Please Me and Ask Me Why – plus 10 new recordings made on 11 February 1963. That day's recording cost just £400 and lasted for just under 10 working hours. There wasn't a lot of money at Parlophone.
Please Please Me. The Beatles. Released March 22, 1963. Please Please Me Tracklist. 1. I Saw Her Standing There Lyrics. Recorded largely in a single day and released by Parlophone on 22nd March 1963, Please Please Me was the first of the twelve official UK album releases by The Beatles. It was recorded in a rushed fashion after debut single Love Me Do had reached a high of on the UK chart the previous October. Some songs were fully captured in a single live take, and the album features very few overdubs. This is in keeping with the band’s raw live sound that had built them a reputation in local Liverpool nightspots like The Cavern Club.
|A||Please Please Me||2:00|
|B||Ask Me Why||2:22|
NotesOriginal first italian pressing with catalogue number under the name of the band and the titles of the songs placed just under "The Beatles". Later pressings have a different layout as far as these two details are concerned.
Original first pressing record comes with a dark green label, not to be confused with later dark green label re-pressings. Original first pressings do not have a Biem or Mecolico simbol on either label.
Two variants :
1) large font for "Marchio di fabbrica", runout down titles
2) little font for "Marchio di fabbrica", runout at top of labels
|45-R 4983||The Beatles||Please Please Me (7", Single, 1st)||Parlophone||45-R 4983||UK||1963|
|SPD 261||The Beatles||Please Please Me (7", Single, Tri)||Parlophone||SPD 261||Rhodesia||1963|
|XP10-2052, CD3R 4983||The Beatles = ザ・ビートルズ*||The Beatles = ザ・ビートルズ* - Please Please Me = プリーズ・プリーズ・ミー (CD, Mini, Single, Mono, RP)||Odeon, Odeon||XP10-2052, CD3R 4983||Japan||1989|
|QMSP 16346||The Beatles||Please Please Me / Ask Me Why (7", Single, Pal)||Parlophon||QMSP 16346||Italy||1963|
|R 4983||The Beatles||Please Please Me (7", Single, RE, 20t)||Parlophone||R 4983||Ireland||1983|