The Beatles - Yesterday mp3 flac
It was originally issued only in the United States and Canada, in June 1966.
Complete your The Beatles collection. This release is notorious for its controversial original cover photograph, known as the "Butcher Cover".
Yesterday", with the B-side "Act Naturally", was released as a single in the United States in September 1965. While it topped the American chart in October the song also hit the British top 10 in a cover version by Matt Monro
the Beatles Yesterday And Today Vinyl 12" Record Album, ST 2553. The covers are in terrible shape, but the vinyl looks good. the Beatles Yesterday And Today Vinyl 12" Record Album, ST 2553. The Beatles Yesterday and Today Record Vinyl LP Album Columbia Records.
Yesterday by The Beatles song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position. A string quartet was brought in to play on this track. In addition to the strings, this is notable as one of the first pop songs to use elements of classical music. We are a rock 'n' roll band and I don't think it's a good idea
Released in North America in 1966, Yesterday And Today is a compilation of songs that were removed from the North American release of other Beatles albums, without input from the band. The Beatles' displeasure with the process led to an infamous album cover art controversy. Act Naturally and Yesterday were removed from the American release of Help. Drive My Car, If I needed Someone, Nowhere Man, and What Goes On were left off the American release of Rubber Soul. And Your Bird Can Sing, Doctor Robert, and I’m Only Sleeping were culled from the not-yet-released album, Revolver. Day Tripper"and "We Can Work It Out had been previously released together as a single
About Yesterday And Today album. Album Yesterday And Today (1966).
The Beatles recorded Yesterday on June 14, 1965. The string-laden ballad, written by Paul McCartney, was recorded on June 14, 1965. That day was, in fact, dominated by McCartney compositions. In the afternoon session, from 2:30-5:30PM, the Beatles banged out I’ve Just Seen a Face and I’m Down, the latter of which served as the b-side of Help! But it was during the three hours later that evening, from 7-10PM, that history was made
When confronted with what should have been a routine matter, the proposed 11-song . and Today, assembling a bunch of single sides and leftover . like this one seemed to chop up pieces of their history and repertory.
|Yesterday = Ayer|
|She Loves You = Ella Te Ama|
|01-0474||The Beatles||Yesterday (7", Single)||Odeon||01-0474||Nicaragua||1970|
|01-0474, M-0474||The Beatles||Yesterday = Ayer / She Loves You = Ella Te Ama (7")||Odeon, Odeon||01-0474, M-0474||Nicaragua||1970|
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Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
|B||I Should Have Known Better||2:39|
NotesA-Side: 1965 EMI Records Ltd.
B-Side: 1964 EMI Records Ltd.
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|R 6013||The Beatles||Yesterday c/w I Should Have Known Better (7", Single, Bla)||Parlophone, Apple Records||R 6013||UK||1976|
|SPAR 88895, R 6013||The Beatles||Yesterday / I Should Have Known Better (7", Single, RP)||Jugoton, Parlophone||SPAR 88895, R 6013||Yugoslavia||1976|
|1C 006-06 103||The Beatles||Yesterday / I Should Have Known Better (7", Single)||Odeon||1C 006-06 103||Europe||Unknown|
|R 6013||The Beatles||Yesterday (7", Sol)||Parlophone||R 6013||UK||Unknown|
|R 6013, SPAR 88895||The Beatles||Yesterday / I Should Have Known Better (7", Single)||Parlophone, Jugoton||R 6013, SPAR 88895||Yugoslavia||1976|