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Twist And Shout
by The Beatles
No. 3 of a little series showing off The Beatles at their "Rock N' Roll Best". This was usually the closing number of their live shows circa 1962-63 and so was the last song on their "Pseudo-Live" first album Please Please Me". "Twist and Shout" was also The Beatles's first EP on the Parlophone label with the tracks "Twist And Shout/A Taste Of Honey/Do You Want To Know A Secret/ There's A Place" on it. The information posted here about The Beatles records refers to the UK only. Releases were very different in the USA and elsewhere.

The version of the song posted here was part of "The Royal Variety Performance" of November 1963 in the presence of the heavily bejewelled British Royal Family and includes the famous cheeky introduction by John Lennon. It is a cover of a song written by Phil Medley and Bert Berns that had been a US hit for The Isley Brothers in 1962. For more details of the song see this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twist_and_Shout
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Posted: 7th January 2016
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