5 episodes

The Beatles UK discography from 1962 to 1970 which includes singles and albums. For each song we indicate the release date, the recording date, the recording studios, the songwriters or the songwriter, the label, the producer, voices and instruments and other interesting information.

The Beatles songs Beppe Brocchetta

    • Music

The Beatles UK discography from 1962 to 1970 which includes singles and albums. For each song we indicate the release date, the recording date, the recording studios, the songwriters or the songwriter, the label, the producer, voices and instruments and other interesting information.

    5. There's a Place

    5. There's a Place

    It has been defined as a melancholic song, a discomfort that is clearly found in the text: I feel sad. The lyrics are written as if it were a narrative and are very different from those of their first songs. The music and the rhythm make one imagine a moment of weakness that could have a happy ending.

    • 2 min
    4. Ask Me Why

    4. Ask Me Why

    The song Ask Me Why was mainly composed by John Lennon. The song was recorded in a short time. The Beatles performed Ask Me Why on the BBC radio program Teenager's Turn (Here We Go) on June, 15 1962. Ask Me Why is a song that the Beatles have been playing in their live concerts since the Beatles' time in Hamburg in 1962. 

    • 2 min
    3. Please Please Me

    3. Please Please Me

    Please Please Me is the second single in the UK, the song was included in the Beatles debut album Please Please Me released on March 22,  1963. John Lennon wrote the song when he lived in Mendips, in his bedroom at Aunt Mimi's house. At the end of the final recording, George Martin said: Please Please Me was sure to be a hit. The Beatles performed the song on Saturday 19 January 1963 on the Saturday night television show Thank Your Lucky Stars, the Beatles' first UK television appearance. Tours begin, visibility in BBC programs, the press and sales have brought the Beatles to the top of the national charts.

    • 3 min
    2. P.S. I Love You

    2. P.S. I Love You

    P.S. I Love You is a song composed by Paul McCartney in 1962 during the period of the Beatles in Hamburg. Paul McCartney denies having composed the song for his Liverpool girlfriend Dorothy known as Dot Rhone with which he had a 3 year engagement from 1959 to july 1962. Cynthia Powell and Dorothy Rhone followed John and Paul to Hamburg when the Beatles went to play at Top Ten from 1 April to 1 July 1961.

    • 3 min
    1. Love Me Do

    1. Love Me Do

    The single Love Me Do is the A-side, P.S. I Love You is the B-side. The song was released on 5 October 1962 at EMI Studios, 3 Abbey Road, London. The recording dates: on 6 June 1962 with Pete Best as drummer, on 4 September 1962 with Ringo Starr as drummer, on 11 September 1962 with Andy White as session drummer. Songwriters: Lennon-McCartney. Label: Parlophone. Producer: George Martin.

    • 5 min

Top Podcasts In Music

The Joe Budden Network
iHeartPodcasts
Barstool Sports
Hollywood Records
REVOLT
The Ringer