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Sweet Georgia Brown - The Beatles, Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers - Meet The Beat (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’ was one of two songs recorded by The Beatles for singer Tony Sheridan on 24 May The session took place at Studio Rahlstedt in the Wandsbek district of Hamburg, and the producer was Bert Kaempfert. He had recorded a number of songs with The Beatles the previous year, including ‘My Bonnie’ and ‘The Saints’.
  2. Tony Sheridan may have been a Buddy Holley/Elvis wannabe, but he did have a knack for imitation. He, like the rest of the boys, came from a traditional English music hall childhood where contempory and oldies were part of a "good show". That's why creakers like "Sweet Georgia Brown" "My Bonnie" and "Saints" were recorded/5(28).
  3. Hi. The labels on these 2 songs say The Beatles and Tony Sheridan, but it is common knowledge the Beatles were not part of these 2 tracks. Done with the Beat Brothers, his regular band at the time, doing Ruby baby from and Kansas City from KC starts similar to the Beatle version released the same year on Beatles For Sale LP. Beatle Lew.
  4. The Beatles (aka Beat Brothers) &Tony Sheridan - Meet The Beat Guitar band formed in Liverpool, UK. Former line-up comprised Paul McCartney (guitar, vocals), John Lennon (guitar, vocals), George Harrison (guitar, vocals), Stuart Sutcliffe (bass) and Pete Best (drums).
  5. In the Beginning, an Album by The Beatles Featuring Tony Sheridan. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Beat Music, Rock & Roll.
  6. The Beatles' First! is a German compilation album of songs recorded in Hamburg in 19by Tony Sheridan with the Beatles as his backing group. It has been released in in Germany, in in England, in Canada and finally in the United States in
  7. Tony Sheridan earned his place in the story of rock 'n' roll when he recorded "My Bonnie" in The song was a decent little hit, but today it is remembered because it was the first studio session featuring the Beatles, albeit, as Sheridan's backing group. The Beatles recorded a few tracks with Sheridan in Hamburg in /5(40).
  8. Sweet Georgia Brown: A2 – Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers: What I'd Say: A3 – The Beat Brothers (5) Lantern Hully Gully: A4 – The Beatles With Tony Sheridan: Nobody's Child: A5 – Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers: Let's Dance: B1 – Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers: Jambalaya: B2 – The Beatles With Tony Sheridan: Take Out /5(2).

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