Don’t let me down
All the songs on this EP appear on the A-side of the album A Hard Day’s Night and in his movie as well, the EP has a combination of songs that are romantic ballads such as “If I Fell” and “And I Love Her”, and more “rock” songs such as “I Should Have Known Better” and “Tell Me Why”. This EP contains songs from the A-side of A Hard Day’s Night.
This EP has a follow-up Extracts from the album “A Hard Day’s Night”. This EP is also known as A Hard Day’s Night Vol. 1, and its follow-up A Hard Day’s Night Vol. 2. The cover of this EP is the same as the A Hard Day’s Night album, only that in the upper right corner it says MONO indicating that it is played in mono, besides having the title changed.
In 1981 Extracts from the Film “A Hard Day’s Night” was compiled on The Beatles EP Collection in vinyl record format, and later in 1992 on The Beatles Compact Disc EP Collection in multi-CD format.
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“I want her everywhere / And if she’s beside me I know I need never care / But to love her is to need her everywhere/ Knowing that love is to share /Each one believing that love never dies/ Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there.”
[“I love her everywhere / And if she’s by my side I know I’ve got nothing to worry about / But to love her is to need her everywhere / Knowing that love is to share / Knowing each one believing that love never dies / Watching her eyes and hoping I’m always there”.]
[“There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done / Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung / Nothing you can say, but you have to learn the rules of the game / It’s easy / All you need is love”].
It occurred to one of its members, Stuart Sutcliffe, originally the band’s bass player, that he wanted the name to have a double meaning. They started from the word beetle and changed an “e” for an “a”, to allude to their ‘rhythm’ (which translates as beat). Apparently, the idea was inspired by one of Stuart’s favorite bands, “The Crickets”, who had sought a name with a double meaning, since cricket is an English word that alludes simultaneously to a popular British game and to a noisy insect, the cricket.
2:37the beatles – i want to hold your hand – performed live on the ed thebeatlesvevoyoutube – 7 apr 2016
What has been your most difficult song to perform.scared or what? with Karol G and Danny Ocean.What has been your most unexpected hit?Borracha, with Felix Klain.Five songs that define your artistic life?Ahora me llama, Adán y Eva, Te vi, Tusa and Inolvidable.What songs take you back to your adolescence? Aguanile, by Héctor Lavoe; Rat Race, by Bob Marley, and Modern Talking, by Brother Louie.What song do you most like to perform?several, but I really like to rap Mis ojos lloran por ti.what did your parents hum to you?my dad always played me a lot of Bob Marley, so I remember Rat Race a lot.
What song do you never get tired of listening to?I haven’t stopped listening to Borracha since it came out.who is better: the Beatles or the Rolling Stones?the Beatles.what is the first record you bought?one by Selena Quintanilla.what is the best sound in nature?the sound of birds.who speaks in your ear?the muse.LILIANA MARTÍNEZ POLOREDACCIÓN DE CULTURA@Lilangmartin