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The Beatles, album "Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany"

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Rare albums - Studio Star-Club - 1962
mono: 08.04.1977

Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany

  1. 02:22 I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 11.02.1963

    JOHN 1980: 'That's Paul doing his usual job of producing what George Martin used to call a 'potboiler.' I helped with a couple of the lyrics.'

    PAUL 1988: 'I wrote it with John.
    We sagged off school and wrote it on guitars.
    I remember I had the lyrics, 'Just seventeen/Never been a beauty queen,' which John… it was one of the first times he ever went, 'What? Must change that!' And it became, 'you know what I mean.''

    PAUL circa-1994: 'Sometimes we would just start a song from scratch, but one of us would nearly always have a germ of an idea, a title, or a rough little thing they were thinking about and we'd do it.
    'I Saw Her Standing There' was my original.
    I'd started it and I had the first verse, which therefore gave me the tune, the tempo, and the key.
    It gave you the subject matter, alot of information, and then you had to fill in.
    So it was co-written… and we finished it that day.

  2. 02:15 Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) - 30.07.1963

  3. 01:42 The Hippy Hippy Shake (Chan Romero) - 30.07.1963

  4. 02:45 Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) - 23.07.1963

  5. 01:44 Lend Me Your Comb (Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Ben Weisman) - 02.07.1963

  6. 02:18 Your Feet's Too Big (Ada Benson and Fred Fisher) - 1936

  7. 02:03 Twist And Shout (Bert Russell and Phil Medley) - 11.02.1963

    JOHN 1963: 'I always hate singing the song, 'Twist And Shout' when there's a colored artist on the bill with us.
    It doesn't seem right, you know.
    I feel sort of embarrassed… It makes me curl up.
    I always feel they could do the song much better than me.'

    JOHN 1971: 'The more interesting songs to me were the black ones because they were more simple.
    They sort of said shake-your-arse, or your prick, which was an innovation really.
    The blacks were singing directly and immediately about their pain, and also about sex, which is why I like it.'

    JOHN 1976: 'The last song nearly killed me.
    My voice wasn't the same for a long time after – everytime I swallowed it was like sandpaper.
    I was always bitterly ashamed of it because I could sing it better than that, but now it doesn't bother me.
    You can hear I'm just a frantic guy doing his best.'

    PAUL 1988: 'There's a power in John's voice there that certainly hasn't been equaled since.
    And I know exactly why – It's because he worked his bollocks off that day.
    We left 'Twist And Shout' until the very last thing because we knew there was one take.'

    RINGO 1994: 'We started (recording the album) about noon and finished it at midnight, with John being really hoarse by 'Twist And Shout.''

  8. 02:06 Mr. Moonlight (Roylee Johnson) - 18.10.1964

  9. 01:45 A Taste of Honey (Ric Marlow and Bobby Scott) - 11.02.1963

  10. 02:36 Bésame Mucho (Consuelo Velazquez and Sunny Skylar) - 06.06.1962

  11. 01:41 Reminiscing (King Curtis)

  12. 02:09 Kansas City/Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller and Richard Penniman) - Medley - 18.10.1964

  13. 01:15 Nothin' Shakin' (But the Leaves on the Trees) (Eddie Fontaine, Cirino Colacrai, Diane Lampert and John Gluck) - 14.07.1958

  14. 03:02 To Know Her Is to Love Her (Phil Spector) - 06.08.1963

  15. 03:51 Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) - 1959

  16. 01:57 Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It) (Frederick Hollander and Sammy Lerner) - 1930

  17. 02:26 Ask Me Why (John Lennon – John Lennon and Paul McCartney) - 26.11.1962

  18. 02:29 Be-Bop-A-Lula (Gene Vincent and Bill Davis) - 1956

  19. 02:10 Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Ray Charles) - 13.05.1905

  20. 02:00 Red Sails in the Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy and Hugh Williams) - 1935

  21. 02:25 Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby (Carl Perkins) - 26.11.1964

  22. 02:35 Matchbox (Carl Perkins) - 01.06.1964

    RINGO 1964: 'I'm featured on it.
    Actually it was written by Carl Perkins about six years ago.
    Carl came to the session.
    I felt very embarrassed.
    I did it just two days before I went in the hospital (with tonsilitis) so please forgive my throat.'
  23. 01:48 I'm Talking About You (Chuck Berry) - 16.03.1963

  24. 02:17 Shimmy Like Kate (Armand Piron, Fred Smith and Cliff Goldsmith) - 1960

  25. 01:45 Long Tall Sally (Richard Penniman, Enotris Johnson and Robert Blackwell) - 13.08.1963

  26. 01:54 I Remember You (Johnny Mercer and Victor Schertzinger) - 12.1941

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