Title: Something new
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Something New is a 1964 album by English rock band the Beatles. Originally scheduled for 1 August 1964, the album was rush-released on 20 July 1964, ten days after the British release of A Hard Day's Night.
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They knew the thirst that US teenagers had for anything "Beatles," as witnessed by the extraordinary sales of records on MGM and Atco Records that featured The Beatles as a back-up band for lead singer Tony Sheridan
fans (and topped the charts). In the meantime, in addition to doing a tour of the . the group had released their debut movie, A Hard Day's Night - but the . rights to the soundtrack were owned by United Artists Records (that was, in fact, the basis for United Artists' original interest in producing the movie), which had duly released its.
It contained eight songs originally released on the UK album A Hard Day's Night, plus a selection of other recordings. All but two (including five hits from the picture) are written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, the two busy Beatles who just keep on turning out smash songs not only for their own foursome but for other singers as well.
The Beatles - Something New Mini LP Sleeve. only album from the Fab Four housed in a replica mini LP sleeve.
Album: Abbey Road (1969). Charted: 4 3. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Something" and "Come Together" spent one week at on Billboard's Hot 100 chart when the compilers of the chart changed its ranking method and stopped giving separate rankings for the two sides of a single. It was also gave Harrison representation among the 27 tracks. He often performed it in the '70s, at one point wrongly attributing it to Lennon and McCartney rather than Harrison. Oldpink from New Castle, InThe Fab Four made scores of excellent songs, but this one takes the biscuit. Nice singing, and George's beautiful note bending is so tranquil. Fabulous work, George, wherever you are.