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The Beatles - Love Me Do flac album
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Love Me Do
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1437 mb
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At the time the Beatles’ Love Me Do was on the UK Singles chart {see next post below}. In 1962 the Empire Theater seated 2,348 patrons and was Britain's largest two-tier auditorium. At the time the quartet's "Love Me Do" was at on the United Kingdom’s Singles chart; a little over a two months later on December 23rd, 1962.

Love Me Do" is the debut single by the English rock band the Beatles, backed by ". When the single was originally released in the United Kingdom on 5 October 1962, it peaked at number 17. In 1982 it was re-promoted (not re-issued, retaining the same catalogue number) and reached number four. It was released in the United States in 1964, where it became a number one hit.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Beatles. I love the Beatles but this is nothing short of a bootleg because of it's limited release,. 3 октября 2013 г. Пожаловаться.

The Beatles' debut single. Ringo Starr told about the song's importance, "For me that was more important than anything else. That first piece of plastic. You can't believe how great that was.

Love Me Do. The Beatles. Produced by George Martin. Album Please Please Me. Love Me Do Lyrics. About Love Me Do. The Beatles' first single and track one, side two of Please Please Me. If you want to make an advert, perhaps consider using this song for the backing music. It won’t cost you a penny. Love Me Do" Track Info.

Перевод текста песни Love Me Do исполнителя (группы) Beatles, The. 3. 4. 5. Мгновенный переход к переводу: Выберите букву (цифру) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Выберите исполнителя по первой букве (цифре) . You know I love you. Ты знаешь, я люблю тебя, I'll always be true

Beatles - Love Me Do ++ - 1. Terms of Service. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. Love Me Do (Remastered 2009) · The Beatles. Please Please Me. ℗ 2009 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group). Released on: 1963-03-22.

Artist : The Beatles Song : Love Me Do Album : Please Please Me - 1963 Info : Pop - 148bpm - 4/4 Musician : Pages : 2 Version : Level : Beginner. SKU: PBSTBLMD Categories: Bass, Bass Tab Tags: Love Me Do, Please Please Me, The Beatles.

Tracklist

Love Me Do
P.S. I Love You

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Promo) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK 1962
45-R 4949 NI The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 NI Nigeria 1963
45-8980 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Odeon 45-8980 Peru 1963
R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, RP) Parlophone R 4949 UK 1963
R. 4949, CE. 17144 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(Shellac, 10", Single, Mono) Parlophone, Parlophone R. 4949, CE. 17144 India 1963
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Parlophone 45-R 4949 Norway 1964
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, 1st) Parlophone 45-R 4949 India 1964
72076 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, RP) Capitol Records 72076 Canada 1964
R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, RP) Parlophone R 4949 UK 1964
R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, RP) Parlophone R 4949 UK 1964
ED.48 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(12", Mono) Parlophone ED.48 Australia 1982
ED.48 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(12", Mono, Smplr) Parlophone ED.48 Australia 1982
45-R 4949, R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, RE) Parlophone, Parlophone 45-R 4949, R 4949 UK 1982
NZP 3585 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, RE) Parlophone NZP 3585 New Zealand 1982
S7-56785 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, Jukebox, RE) Capitol Records, CEMA Special Markets S7-56785 US 1992
9951 307 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Promo, RE) Parlophone, Apple Records 9951 307 Brazil 1992
S7-56785 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, Jukebox, MP, RE, Red) Capitol Records, CEMA Special Markets S7-56785 US 1993
45-R-4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono) Parlophone 45-R-4949 Europe 2012
45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, Ltd, M/Print, RM, RP) Parlophone, Parlophone 45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 UK, Europe & US 2012
TOJP-40002, 45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, Ltd, M/Print, RM, RP) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone TOJP-40002, 45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 Japan 2012
45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Mono, Ltd, MP, M/Print, RE, RM) Parlophone, Parlophone 45-R 4949, 45-R 4714 UK & Europe 2012
45-R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, Promo, Unofficial) Parlophone 45-R 4949 UK Unknown

Tracklist

A Love Me Do
B PS I Love You

Notes

Star Shaped

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5055748511221

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T 9008 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single) Tollie Records T 9008 US 1964
TOKP-7085 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Mono) Odeon TOKP-7085 Japan 1992
XP10-2051, CD3R 4949 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(CD, Mini, Single, Mono) Odeon, Odeon XP10-2051, CD3R 4949 Japan 1988
OL-151 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(7", Single, RE, Unofficial) Oldies 45 OL-151 US 1975
BEAT4 The Beatles Love Me Do ‎(12", Shape, Single, RE, Unofficial, Blu) Mischief Music BEAT4 Europe 2013


Reviews:
  • Black_Hawk_Down
on ebay now.....https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/THE-BEATLES-Love-Me-Do-7-Inch-DEMO-PROMO-McArtney-Spelling-Parlo-Rim-M24/382819865902?hash=item5921d7952e%3Ag%3AT9gAAOSw2hhcfE8O&fbclid=IwAR25w0ki3xsBK8AHj05Ur55Fuauu2M2DnNf7TzHngtdTi70Lw1TF7pGEK3M . . . . . . . .
  • Rollers from Abdun
Not sure if this is posted in the right place?I have a copy of this (and also similar "Please Please Me") but they may be re-issues?Each says "SIDE A" and "SIDE B" on them, and I can provide the matrix numbers if there is any value to these?Can I post pix? Where?
  • Tam
This nigerian release of "Love Me Do" has the version with Ringo Starr on drums. In fact, the mispelled credit Lennon-McArtney comes from the UK demo disc of the first version of the song, imported to Nigeria to made posible the manufacturing of a local single of "Love Me Do".Also, the mispelled credit appeared on the "Love Me Do" single in Pakistan and Norway, too.
  • Cala
Is this the Andy White on Drums and Ringo Starr on Tambourine version on Side A with Ringo Starr on maracas on Side B? Thanks In Advance.
  • The Rollers of Vildar
People are still listing the wrong matrix runout numbers , why is this
  • Coidor
Sellers of this record, please re-read the matrix runout information again, because I see some that are selllng the wrong version under this release.
  • Jeyn
Note EMI in a cash in attempt had 45-R 4714 re-releaased also by Optimal Germany, also sold centre small hole (Optimal did not have a 4-pin OC Dinker at the time>>>>>they do now!) also a tight low volume groove BUT daa daah!Its Stereophonic!!! Yes a Stereo Silver on Red EMI Parlophone! Note the sleeve with the Matt Monro release should be the earlier Red Green Yellow and Blue Triangles die-cur sleeve, not the later Beach Towel stripes die-cut sleeve that LMD originally came in!
  • Berenn
I would like a copy of this red record but they only issued 1500 so I expect it to be expensive
  • Ximinon
"Love Me Do" will always bring back fond memories to most Beatles' fans, but the music is uninteresting. In retrospect, it's amazing how weak 'Introducing the Beatles' (UK's 'Please Please Me') is as the first Beatles' album. Especially considering how powerful their 'Meet the Beatles' is. The Beatles were great from the get-go with 'I Saw Her Standing There', 'Please Please Me', 'Ask Me Why', 'There's a Place'. This single is backed by 'P.S. I Love You', which stands up well as a pretty, early Lennon-McCartney song.Their reliance on covers for their first album is not surprising for a group's first album, but I find practically all of the covers on this first Beatles' album weak and dated. Not nearly as fun as the covers the Rolling Stones pull off on their first album release. The contrast of the Beatles' look on 'Introducing the Beatles' and the famous 'Meet the Beatles' shadow photograph is amazing. The Vee-Jay cover shows a very young and almost goofy looking Beatles. The Capitol cover is as artistic as the Beatles' music would become. And the music inside of 'Meet the Beatles', with the exception of Meredith Willson's 'Til There Was You', were all Lennon-McCartney originals.I am certainly aware of the historical significance of 'Love Me Do'. I just don't play it anymore.
  • Mikale
Technically, this is the second pressing. The second pressing, R 4949, autumn 1963. Standard procedure at Abbey Road Studios at the time was to erase the original two-track session tape for singles once they had been “mixed down” to the (usually monaural) master tape used to press records. This was the fate of two Beatles singles (four songs): “Love Me Do”, “P.S. I Love You”, “She Loves You”, and “I’ll Get You”. However, at some point the mixdown master tape for this song was also lost, and apparently no backup copies had been made. Thus, for many years the only extant recorded copies were the red label Parlophone 45 rpm vinyl records pressed in 1962. By the time the tapes had disappeared, the song’s 11 September 1962 remake featuring Andy White had been released. EMI would not have been too concerned about the loss of the 4 September take, therefore, as it was now considered obsolete, and they may not have anticipated ever having any use for it again anyway.The original tape of ‘Love Me Do.’ It was removed at the time the Beatles’ Hits EP came out (August-September 1963). Therefore, for the second press “Love Me Do” was used Andy White version. In 1967, when Ringo’s version was discontinued from the EMI catalog, the lacquer, mother, and all stampers for the UK 45 were destroyed, thus making it impossible to press any further first-generation releases.Black label with silver print. The publishing year was printed on the label, as “RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1962″. “Parlophone Co. Ltd.” printed at the start perimeter print. Can be found with PT, MT, MPT or KT tax code. Push-out center. Matrix numbers: Side A: 7XCE 17144-1N, Side B: 7XCE 17145-1N. The difference between the 2nd pressing and 3rd pressing is the Tax Code 3rd pressing is KT only, there you have it!
  • Risteacor
None of the USA or Canadian 1982 + retro releases are Stereo (LMD was never mixed to stereo the stage tapes were foolishly wiped for re-use once the mono mixes were done BOTH of the Original Ringo verison and the substituted 1963 released album tie-in Andy White version).They are all a vile David Dexter "Duophonic" re-creation of the Andy White version and are pointless and worthless.Only the Capitol-CEMA Juke Box (red vinyl pressed in error) copies contain the original and MONO Ringo Version of LMD.
  • Taur
I've got 2 copies of this one and would like to sold one, how can I identify the re-issue version I get ??
  • Nidora
Are you guys sure there is a version with corrected cat-no. on the B-side? Thanks for comments.
  • Made-with-Love
This withdrawn release has BC88258-01A1 etched in the run-out groove of the A Side and BC88258-01B1 etched in the run-out groove of the B Side.22nd October 2012 release: EMI reissued the single on 22nd October with the version of Love Me Do that features Ringo on drums, although the B Side still carries the wrong catalogue # R 4714.This release has BC91232-01A etched in the run-out groove of the A Side, but retains BC88258-01B1 etched in the run-out groove of the B Side as per the 5th October release.
  • Quemal
Yep they do, they only changed the track. The Parlophone branding is also slightly different, I have both and the misprint is grey and the new press is silver.
  • Loni
The new pressings still have the wrong cat no on the Bside, this wasn't altered, only the track was. You can hear clearly if it is the wrong track by the addition of the tambourine. If you not sure check YouTube. I'm sure they will have both versions on there.
  • Hugighma
So, are there 3 different variations of this re,re re-issue or was there never a "Correct" verion ie B-side with correct Cat No
  • Best West
LOL No there has not been an absolute correct version of this retro 50th Anniversary release..........Yet!On contacting some silly department at what's left of EMI the first person I spoke to was totally disinterested and cut the call, the later call I made this person was horrified and in disbelief. I have no doubt Paul and Ringo will be yet again astounded at the total incomptence that accountants have at running a record company (God wasn't United Artists and Transamerica Corp fair warning enough!!)If this second and now repeated silly cock-up/gaff/error negligence and attention to simple detail is not enough for Sir Paul to buy up EMI lock stock and barrel I don't know what is! It makes andEMI a joke and an industry laughing stock, they clearly have zippo control and couldn't give a flying figg, Had Sir Joseph still been alive and in charge heads would have rolled. Wages would have been docked.Would be interesting to establish who the pressing plant is, who the label printers are/were and was this continued B side print error because there were stocks of labels left and they were to be used up first maybe? Time will no doubt tell.It's beyond a joke really it is actually pathetic and defies logic.
  • Felolune
IMPORTANT WARNING!The re-issue of this miss-pressing arrived today 25th October 2012 the re-pressing now has the correct original September 4th 1962 Ringo Starr on drums version.........BUT......however, the B side label is still showing the wrong and offending catalogue number 45-R 4714 so still a serious error and gaff on the part of EMI which should have been corrected and new correct labels for the B side shipped. so are we now going to get re-press # 2 thus making 2 instant global collectables:The visual difference between the two A side pressings is quite clear and simple (thank goodness) The WRONG Andy White version has #4 @ 11 o'clock long set of numbers @ 4 o'clock and more numbers @ 7 o'clockThe new CORRECT Ringo version still has #4 inscribed @ 11 o'clock BUT (phew!!) the two sets of numbers @ 4 o'clock and 7 o'clock respectively have been switched place. making it easy to check in "the dead wax" on the run-off.Note: that the sound spiral is still very close/tight the G.P.I. is rather pointless in 2012 we are not back at EMI and Decca 45 7" mastering of 1954! The is a whole wide area to use to create volume and less vulnerability to micro dirt-static : Pops clicks and scratches. The re-used card sleeves are rough inside and are going to cause scuffing and scratches, The singles need to go into the old style EP polythene shaped inner sleeves used to protect the extra fine grooves cut on a tight G.P.I. (Grooves Per Inch) spiral.Still no die-cut-head Dinker has been used to cut the original OC's (Optional Centres) but at least unlike the Magical Mystery Tour re-issue retro mono EP's a Dinked OC impression has not been included in the still failed artwork-labels.
  • Arlana
My 22 Oct 2012 re-reissue copy still has B-side Cat No 45-R4714 any comments
  • Naktilar
Yep they do, they only changed the track. The Parlophone branding is also slightly different, I have both and the misprint is grey and the new press is silver.
  • Clodebd
My 22 Oct 2012 re-reissue still has misprinted Cat No on B side, any comments
  • Lestony
I have both copies and they both have the wrong catalog number.
  • Lost Python
I have the exakt same question. Does anyone have the answer? I Can't find any info on that anywhere.
  • Capella
I just got The Beatles "Love Me Do", USA release from Amazon. It appears to have all the hallmarks of the UK release. It shows that it is UK made. Is this the "error" 45 or is it a freshly pressed issue with corrections? Even the catalog number on the back is the same as the "error".
  • Otiel
Although all copies of this 45 were to have been pressed only in carbon-black vinyl there was a run of Red vinyl copies pressed in error.This highly collectable USA originated and intended 45 has been the only ever USA pressing of the long "lost" Ringo version. EMI United Kingdom making the global choice to only offer and go with the Andy White version to all teritories.NB: Carbon-Black is a colour, original PVC pellets/pucks/cakes/patties naturally are clear, Carbon is added to the PVC and black dye to help lubricate and assist the stylus in it's path, what they have always kept quite is that a by-product of Carbon in the PVC is to cause grinding and stylus wear, and naturally the record companies wanted us and require us to buy styli as an industry necessity! :)
  • Simple
This is the "Andy White" re-recording only the original 1962 "Red" labels and the 1982 limited edition 12" Red labels contain the original "Ringo" version. the 1982 7" does not and is easly distinguishable by it's label text stating "mono" and reference to McCartney's MPL communications.All original Black label pressings had no EMI resale label text all later re-presses do have "sold in UK etc"later-later re-presses have no EMI resale label text but carry additional boxed EMI logosall final vinyl runs are IEP painted silver automated injection moulds
  • RED
Updated correction for review
  • Manona
Not to be confused with the black vinyl release of this song from the CEMA SPECIAL SERIES.