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Im Down - The Beatles - Texas 66 (CD)

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  1. The Beatles: The While Album Revolution 9 The Beatles: The White Album ( Remaster) Back In The U.S.S.R. Birthday Blackbird Cry Baby Cry Dear Prudence Don't Pass Me By Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey Glass Onion Good Night Happiness Is A Warm Gun Helter Skelter Honey Pie I Will I'm So Tired Julia Long, Long, Long.
  2. American Releases. The Beatles were very anxious to release “I’m Down” to the public, so it was elected to be the b-side to their newest single “Help!,” which was released in the US on July 19th, While the a-side obviously hit the top of the charts, the b-side couldn’t quite make it into the top on the Billboard pop chart, peaking embarrassingly at #
  3. The Beatles in concert, Dallas, Kids in Dallas in were going nuts over this new music. Their first US album "Meet The Beatles!" was soon going to be at Minsky's record shop in Preston Forest Shopping Center. My friends and I would spend all afternoon at Minsky's, browsing the new releases and listening to record albums in a soundproof.
  4. Olivia from Philadelphia, Pa The Beatles are the best band the world will ever see and they are the best ever! Rick from Brick, Nj Small correction to a prevous posting. This song was recorded 6/14/65 in the afternoon session. He first laid down 6 takes of the folk-driven "I've Just Seen A Face" and then completed the rocker "I'm Down" in 7 takes.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Help / I'm Down on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - R • Format: Vinyl 7 The Beatles - Help / I'm Down (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. The Beatles opened their North American tour at Shea Stadium on 15 August, performing to a crowd of 55, – the largest audience the group ever drew. During their frenzied version of ‘I’m Down’ – which closed the concert – John Lennon played a Vox Continental organ, at times with his elbows.
  7. The official release date for the "Help"/"I'm Down" single was 19 July on Capitol Records in the United States and 23 July on Parlophone in the United Kingdom. "I'm Down" was never released on an official Beatle studio album, and was only available in the US in mono as the B-side of the "Help!" single until the summer of A-side: "Help!".
  8. Written by Paul McCartney (though credited to Lennon–McCartney) and first released as the B-side to the single “Help!” in , “I’m down” is famously one of the songs that prove.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Help! / I'm Down on Discogs/5(20).

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