The beatles twist and shout
Twist And Shout
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It was originally recorded by the Top Notes in , although a version by The Isley Brothers released the following year became more popular. It entered The Beatles' live repertoire in — a live version from Hamburg's Star-Club in December that year is available on bootleg recordings. Unfortunately the recording has since been lost. The best-known version, of course, was recorded for the Please Please Me album. The session took place on 11 February , when it was the last of 10 songs recorded for the album that day.
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How the Beatles helped ‘Twist and Shout’ conquer the world
It's the summer of and the Beatles have been dominating the radio, the music press, and the pop singles and albums charts in Britain for most of the past four months. - It was covered by the Beatles with John Lennon on the lead vocals and originally released on their first album Please Please Me.
Twist and Shout [EP]
It was originally recorded by the Top Notes , but it became a chart hit as a single by the Isley Brothers in The song has been covered by several artists, including the Beatles on their first album Please Please Me , the Tremeloes in , and the Who in and In , one year after Phil Spector became a staff producer at Atlantic Records , he was asked to produce a single by an up-and-coming vocal group, The Top Notes. This was before Spector perfected his " Wall of Sound " technique, and the recording, at the Atlantic Studios on February 23, , arranged by Teddy Randazzo with musicians including saxophonist King Curtis , guitarist John Pizzarelli , and drummer Panama Francis , with backing vocals by the Cookies ,  lacked much of the energy the Top Notes exhibited in their live performances. Derek Martin later recorded a succession of singles, mostly on the Roulette label, in the s and early s, including a version of Otis Blackwell 's "Daddy Rollin' Stone", before moving to live in France where he has continued to perform.