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Boys Beatles on Guitar

How To Play “Boys”

“Boys” is a song by Luther Dixon and Wes Farrell, originally performed by The Shirelles . The Beatles’ version was recorded at Abbey Road Studios on February 11, 1963, in a single take, and is Ringo Starr’s first recorded lead vocals with the Beatles; and, as the fifth track on the Beatles first album, Please Please Me, represents the first time many fans heard Starr singing on a lead vocal.[1] February 11 was a marathon day for the Beatles, as they recorded 10 of the 14 tracks they needed for Please Please Me.

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How To Play “Every Little Things”

“Every Little Thing” is a song written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and performed by the Beatles on their 1964 British album Beatles for Sale. In North America, Capitol released it as the last track on Beatles VI. McCartney wrote the song in a music room at the home of Jane Asher, where he was living at the time. McCartney initially hoped it would be the follow-up single to A Hard Day’s Night, although this wasn’t to be

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How To Play “Eight Day’s A Week”

“Eight Days a Week” is a song by the The Beatles written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon based on McCartney’s original idea, The song was issued in the U.K. December, 1964 on the album Beatles for Sale.

The song was issued in the U.S. February, 1965 as a single with the B-side I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party where it went to No. 1 for two weeks on March 13 1965. The song was also issued June, 1965 on the U.S. album Beatles VI and reissued worldwide in 2000 on the Beatles number one compilation album 1.

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How To Play “Dizzy Miss Lizzy”

“Dizzy, Miss Lizzy” is a song composed and recorded by Larry Williams in 1958. It shares many similarities with the Little Richard song “Good Golly Miss Molly”.

Dizzy Miss Lizzie had been a part of The Beatles’ live repertoire since their earliest days. It was originally released as a single by Williams in 1958, with Slow Down on the b-side.

Although it wasn’t intended for the Help! LP, The Beatles evidently decided their version was good enough to be included.

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How To Play “Baby’s In Black”

“Baby’s in Black” is a song by the Beatles, co-written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

“Baby in Black” performs at a 6/8 time signature with a moderate tempo that makes it sound like 3/4 (waltz-time).

“Baby’s in Black” was recorded by the Beatles on 11 August 1964, and was the first song recorded for Beatles for Sale. Lennon and McCartney sang their vocal parts simultaneously through the same microphone. This was done at their own insistence in order to achieve a closer feel to the performance. McCartney was subsequently contacted by their music publisher in 1964 inquiring as to which melody line was the main tune (i.e. Paul’s higher or John’s lower melody). McCartney later said that he told the publisher they were both the main melody.

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How To Play “I Need You”

“I Need You” is a song by the Beatles and appears on the album Help!. It is the second George Harrison song the band released[2] after two albums without any songwriting contribution from Harrison. The song was performed in their second film, Help! and is the second video produced showing George Harrison singing lead vocal on a song (after “I’m Happy Just To Dance With You” from A Hard Day’s Night).

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How To Play “Twist and Shout”

Released on the Beatles’ first UK album, Please Please Me (1963), the recording of which on February 11, 1963 was their first album session and is notable for 11 songs recorded in a mere 10 hours. “Twist and Shout”, with John Lennon on lead vocals, was the last song recorded; producer George Martin knew Lennon’s voice would suffer from the performance, so he left it until last, with only 15 minutes of scheduled recording time remaining.

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How To Play Act Naturally By The Beatles

Act Naturally

Written by: Morrison-Russell
Recorded: 17 June 1965
Released: 6 August 1965 (UK), 13 September 1965 (US)

Ringo Starr: vocals, drums, sticks
Paul McCartney: harmony vocals, bass
John Lennon: acoustic rhythm guitar
George Harrison: lead guitar

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How To Play Act Naturally By The Beatles




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“Act Naturally” is a song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison, originally recorded by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, whose version reached number 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963, his first chart-topper. In 2002, Shelly Fabian of About.com ranked the song number 169 on her list of the Top 500 Country Music Songs

This is one of those songs in the Beatles’ career that they did not write by their own. They have a number of songs from their decade of career, specially in their early years that they did a cover of those songs.

How To Play Act Naturally By The Beatles

Act Naturally – Lyrics

They’re going to put me in the movies
They’re going to make a big star out of me
We’ll make a film about a man that’s sad and lonely
And all I got to do is act naturally

Well, I’ll bet you I’m going to be a big star
Might win an Oscar you can never tell
The movie’s going to make me a big star
‘Cause I can play the part so well

Well I hope you come and see me in the movies
Then I’ll know that you will plainly see
The biggest fool that ever hit the big time
And all I got to do is act naturally

We’ll make the scene about a man that’s sad and lonely
And begging down upon his bended knee
I’ll play the part but I won’t need rehearsing
All I have to do is act naturally

Well, I’ll bet you I’m going to be a big star
Might win an Oscar you can never tell
The movie’s going to make me a big star
‘Cause I can play the part so well

Well I hope you come and see me in the movies
Then I’ll know that you will plainly see
The biggest fool that ever hit the big time
And all I got to do is act naturally