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A Collection of Beatles Oldies. The 20 Greatest Hits. Various Artists. The Compleat Beatles [Video]. Past Masters, Vol. Past Masters. Ready Steady Go! British Rock: 1st Wave. We had about three days left to write a song. We had a recording date set for three days from this date. So we went to the hotel and we booked in a room, and we just decided that we have to write a song very quickly. So we sat down, no ideas came for a bit.
But eventually, we got an idea. It was just lucky. But we know this much: in one form or another, past scholarship has insisted that the composition of "She Loves You" occurred on one, singular day, in one hotel room, in one inspired or lucky sitting.
But both John and Paul have offered facts that conflict with that later story, and the facts do not bear out the "miraculous conception" theory. When examining what is known about the lengthy and involved composition process of "She Loves You," researchers begin to comprehend that John and Paul discussed, honed, and refined the song over a period of weeks.
He says, "At the back of the bus, Roy would be writing something like 'Pretty Woman,' so our competitiveness would come out, which was good.
He would play us his song, and we'd say, 'Oh great, Roy. We used to get a lot of original 60's publications pass through our hands before we sold them on. Many of them were copies of the monthly 'Beatles Book' that we often used to save until we had collected a full set of all 77 issues. I am now going to stretch my memory back nearly 30 years. My memory is pretty good but of course there is a chance that I might be wrong. I remember reading a magazine, it could well have been one of the first few Beatles Books.
In it there was an article written by somebody who was at the session for 'She Loves You' in July possibly Johny Dean. Of course by the end of the session the writer was convinced that it was destined to be a number one.
Now this is the important bit; I seem to recall that the article mentioned that the whole days session was removed and stored at the EMI headquarters Manchester Square, London I guess for posterity. Could this be what happened to the session tapes? I'm serious, it might explain a lot.
I no longer have the magazines to confirm my memory, but as I said before, it is pretty good. If it isn't in a very early edition of 'The Beatles Book' then it's in another early 60's UK publication. Location: Florence, SC.
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Monthly magazines. Introspection Koss / Henriksson* / Mullaert* - The Möllan Sessions (CD, Album) Night Partying. Mosaico Cubano - Trio La Rosa - En Su Época De Oro Vol. Ⅱ (Vinyl, LP, Album) e dischi. Swedish Albums Sverigetopplistan . John states, "We'd written the song, and we needed more, so we had 'yeah, yeah, yeah,' and it caught on. Namespaces Article Talk. Retrieved 20 August I don't recall anything mentioned about tapes or archiving. Archived from the original PDF on 6 January
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