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The Beatles and February 1965

Friday, February 24, 2017 17:10
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Again….do we love the Beatles or are we getting old?

YES and YES!

We are looking back at 1965, the second year of The Beatles in the US, and much of the world.

We will remember some of their big hits from 1965, or many years ago!

“Eight days a week” was released 45 years ago this week. It was also included in “The Beatles VI” album!
Like everything from The Beatles, it went to #1 in the US and many other countries.
It was the second of 6 consecutive #1 songs in the US. (Nobody touched that streak until The Bee Gees in 1978-79!)

The B-side was ‘I don’t want to spoil the party”, which is actually a better song in my opinion.  However, the group decided to release it on the B-side!    

Here are the digital versions: “I feel fine” & “I don’t want to spoil the party“.


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  • Anonymous

    Pretty much 4 chord stuff back then until Faul replaced Paul and added some new talent. The music took off after 66.

  • unidentified

    their career received international fame after first appearing on the ed sullivan show, american teenagers really caught beatlemania many of them

    • Redlist Renegade

      I remember only to well !!!

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