Dont You Know - The Beatless - Nice Girls Need It Too (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. "I Need You" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album Help! It was written by George Harrison, the group's lead guitarist, and was the second composition of his to be released by the siaticomroundterdabicijarchosilkau.xyzinfo track appears in their film Help!, in a scene filmed on Salisbury Plain where the group were under military protection against a murderous cult.
  2. VALADIERS I Found A Girl/You’ll Be Sorry Someday £ Oriole CBA , The only single by the first white vocal group to record for Motown. One of 19 licensed to the Oriole label. VARIOUS ARTISTS Let me Tell You About The Blues £ Blue Horizon LP 2, Mega-rare compilation of outstanding blues tracks including three Howlinâ.
  3. Well worth every penny! The stereo CD's, both original and reissue, pale by comparison - the mono CD'scirca fair some what better. If you have a good turntable setup - go for the mono vinyl and hear "The Beatles" as the Beatles intended - you'll be glad you did/5().
  4. Sleeve VG with light wear (images on Discogs are my copy). Vinyl solid VG, side 1 has some light hairlines and ranges solid VG to entry VG+, side 2 is mostly the same but has a couple of more pronounced marks that cause more noticeable popping during Madrigal but nothing too bad. $8 SOLD. Savoy Brown - Looking In VG/VG Original pressing. $5.
  5. Jun 17,  · videos Play all The Complete Beatles Playlist (Every Album Track and Single) Titans vs. Olympians For No One (Remastered ) - Duration: The Beatles 3,, views.
  6. 7" Single on 45cat: The Beatles - Do You Want To Know A Secret / Thank You Girl - Oldies 45 - USA - OL
  7. Oct 23,  · If you want to quickly know if you’re going to like Giles Martin’s The Beatles remixes start with “Long, Long, Long”. If you don’t like that one, you’re probably not going to like the rest, but for me, that remix in particular is far superior to the one on the two original “Top Loader” U.K. pressings I have: more transparent and more spacious, with a holographic George front.

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