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Some would say that might make it harder - you're working without much reference. After enjoying more of my favorite beverages and ripping off my sleaves to complete the Patrick Dempsey look, I started thinking about putting this song information into some kind of database.
Can't Buy Me Love meant the first disappointment for me. John & George...* The highest charting American act were the Four Seasons, their "Dawn (Go Away)" was at #5. Chloe and Leah: You have to remember that Marketing wasn't as Mass or Media based as it is today.
After the singles 1963 Please Please Me, From Me to You, She Loves You and I Want to Hold Your Hand, with much Lennon music, they released this! On May 23rd 1964, Ella Fitzgerald's covered version of "Can't Buy Me Love" entered the United Kingdom's charts, thus becoming the first American artist to make the UK chart with a covered version of a Beatle song... And on this week in 1964 when Ella's version entered the UK chart, the Beatles' original version was at #23 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart... During the 60s some DJs weren't even playing Beatles music at all..how else would you know about the Beatles?
With hindsight, it looks like it was easy to come up with those riffs. i guess,im mean he wasnt that great at guitar, back in the sixties there werent that many riffs that were already used so it was easy to write a cool part, but anyways this is one of the beatles best earlier songs Yes! There are some 'Greatest Guitarists of All Time' lists, like Rolling Stone's lists and whatnot, that totally underestimate him! Could George come up with some great guitar licks, or what? So I put Filemaker on my Powerbook 2400 and started entering in song information.
One list said he was #21, and it said that Jack White of the White Stripes was #18 or so! His contribution to this like some of the other songs, I saw her standing there, and Til there was you, is pure genious. Of course, the first song had to be the one that gave me the idea in the first place.