The Smithereens - B-Sides The Beatles (2008)

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MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps 44100 Stereo | 25:39 | 58.11MB
2008 | Genre: Pop | British Invasion

Release Note

KOCH Records is happy to announce the release of "B-Sides The Beatles," The Smithereens' highly anticipated follow up to their critically acclaimed 2007 release, "Meet The Smithereens." The album will be released on September 2, 2008. The album includes some very special surprises for dedicated Beatles fanatics. For "B-Sides The Beatles," Andy White, who in 1962 played drums on The Beatles' original version of "P.S. I Love You," reprises his role as surrogate stickman for The Smithereens in 2008. The September 11, 1962 session that produced "Love Me Do" and its B-side "P.S. I Love You" featured session drummer White, with the newly recruited Ringo Starr relegated to tambourine and maracas duties. Upon release in America, the A-side shot to #1, and the B-side made the top-10 as well. "B-Sides The Beatles" also includes fantastic in-depth liner notes by Beatles author/historian Bruce Spizer, as well as "Beatle" Tommy Frangione (Joe Johnson's Beatle Brunch), and the Smithereens' own Dennis Diken.

Track List

01. Thank You Girl
02. There's A Place
03. I'll Get You
04. You Can't Do That
05. Ask Me Why
06. Cry For A Shadow
07. P.S. I Love You
08. I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
09. If I Fell
10. Slow Down
11. I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
12. Some Other Guy

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