John lennon i should have known better

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john lennon i should have known better

Should Have Known Better: Vol. 4 in the John Lennon Series by Jude Southerland Kessler

For The Beatles, 1964 wasnt just a year—it was THE year. It saw the release of A Hard Days Night, a World Tour, and a tour of North America that officially sparked Beatlemania across the pond. They recorded Beatles for Sale, their second LP in a year; performed The Beatles Christmas Show; and spent five weeks touring the United Kingdom while recording their second Christmas Fan Club record. John Lennon wrote In His Own Write, won the prestigious Foyles Literary Award, and, with wife Cynthia and toddler in tow, explored Ireland and Tahiti while remodeling their new home. In the meantime, they did dozens of interviews, news conferences, radio shows, television specials, and photo shoots. 1964 was a career-defining year for The Beatles, and each moment is captured in vivid detail in Volume 4 of The John Lennon Series: Should Have Known Better!

Whether your love for the Beatles is casual, rabid, or somewhere in between, Should Have Known Better is a must read! Fasten your safety belts and take a wild ride through 1964 with John and the lads!
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Should Have Known Better: Vol. 4 in the John Lennon Series

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Available on: A Hard Day's Night. The song was written in January , and shows the emerging influence of Bob Dylan upon Lennon's writing. George Harrison had acquired a copy of The Freewheelin' in Paris that month, which the group greatly admired. The Beatles mimed to the song and played cards in a train, while actors, including George Harrison's future wife Pattie Boyd , looked on. The scene was actually filmed in a stationary van at Twickenham Film Studios, London, on 11 March

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The Beatles were fans of Ifield and his music, and had notably covered his recording of "I Remember You" in their Hamburg stage act in The first recording session for the song was on 25 February at EMI Studios when three takes were attempted, but only one was complete. Take 2 was aborted when Lennon broke into hysterics over his harmonica playing. The song was re-recorded the next day after making some changes to the arrangement. Lennon's harmonica playing opens the track, the last occasion the Beatles were to feature this instrument on an intro " I'm a Loser ", recorded 14 August has a harmonica solo and thus draws a line under a significant period of their early music. The mono and stereo versions have slightly different harmonica introductions. In the stereo version, the harmonica drops out briefly.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Dinah M. says:

    "I Should Have Known Better" is a song by English rock band the Beatles composed by John Lennon (credited to Lennon–McCartney), and originally issued on.

  2. Floro C. says:

    inti-revista.org - Lennon/McCartney's lyrics

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