Do You Love Me (Without Intro)
Lennon was so impressed that night with Channel's harmonica player, Delbert McClinton that he later Do You Love Me (Without Intro) him for advice on how to play the instrument. There was a terrible thing called "I Remember You", and we did those numbers; and we started using it on "Love Me Do" just for arrangements". Paul McCartney recalled, "John expected to be in jail one day and he'd be the guy who played the harmonica.
Martin then decided that as "Love Me Do" was going to be the group's debut release it needed to be re-recorded with a different Do You Love Me (Without Intro) as he was unhappy with the 4 September drum sound  Abbey Road's Ken Townsend also recalls McCartney being dissatisfied with Starr's timing, due probably to his being under-rehearsed; Starr had joined the group only two weeks before the 4 September session.
Ron Richards, placed in charge of the 11 September re-recording session in George Martin's absence, booked Andy White whom he had used in the past. Starr was expecting to play, and was very disappointed to be dropped for only his second Beatles recording session: Richards remembers "He just sat there quietly in the control box next to me.
Then I asked him to play maracas on 'P. I Love You'. Ringo is lovely—always easy going". On my first visit in September we just ran through some tracks for George Martin. We even did "Please Please Me".
I remember that, because while we were recording it I was playing the bass drum with a maraca in one hand and a tambourine in the other. I think it's because of that that George Martin used Andy White, the "professional", when we went down a week later to record "Love Me Do". The guy was previously booked, anyway, because of Pete Best. George didn't want to take any more chances and I was caught in the middle. I was devastated that George Martin had his doubts about me.
I came down ready to roll and heard, "We've got a professional drummer. Paul McCartney: "George got his way and Ringo didn't drum on the first single. He only played tambourine.
I don't think Ringo ever got over that. He had to go back up to Liverpool and everyone asked, 'How Do You Love Me (Without Intro) it go in the Smoke? Early pressings of the single issued with a red Parlophone label are the 4 September version—minus tambourine—with Starr playing drums. But later pressings of the single on a black Parlophone labeland the version used for the Please Please Me album, are the 11 September re-record with Andy White on Do You Love Me (Without Intro) and Starr on tambourine.
This difference has become fundamental in telling the two recordings of "Love Me Do" apart. Regarding the editing sessions that then followed all these various takes, Ron Richards remembers the whole thing being a bit fraught, saying: "Quite honestly, by the time it came out I was pretty sick of it.
I didn't think it would do anything. There are major discrepancies regarding the White session, and who produced it. In his book Summer of LoveMartin concedes that his version of events differs from some accounts, saying: "On the 6 June Beatles session audition I decided that Pete Best had to go [and said to Epstein] I don't care what you do with Pete Best; but he's not playing on any more recording sessions: I'm getting a session drummer in.
Martin says, "My diary shows that I did not oversee any Beatles recording sessions on 11 September—only the one on 4 September. In his memoirs, assistant engineer Geoff Emerick supports the Lewisohn version, recounting that Starr played drums at the 4 September session Emerick's second day at EMI and that Martin, Smith, and McCartney were all dissatisfied with the underrehearsed Starr's timekeeping.
Andy White confirms that he was booked by Ron Richards for the 11 September session, not by George Martin, who he Do You Love Me (Without Intro) "could not make the session, could not get there till the end, so he had Ron Richards handle it".
White also says that he recognises his own drumming on the released version of "Please Please Me", recorded that same session with him on drums. The song was the fourth of six songs by the Beatles to hit number one in a one-year period; an all-time record for the US charts. That remains an all-time record on the US charts for writing the most songs to hit number one in the same calendar year.
The title was inspired by the name of the letters section of the New Musical Expresswhich they had been reading: "From You to Us". In his interview with PlayboyLennon recalled writing the song:. We were writing it in a car I think, and I think the first line was mine. I mean I know it was mine. It was far bluesier than that when we wrote it. The notes—today you could rearrange it pretty funky.
Before that interview, Lennon had stated, "We nearly didn't record it because we thought it was too bluesy at first, but when we'd finished it and George Martin had scored it with harmonica, it was alright. McCartney also talked about rearranging the song in In five years' time we may arrange the tunes differently. But we'll probably write the same old rubbish! Singer-songwriter Roger Greenaway recounted a story: [ further explanation needed ].
John and Paul were sitting at the back of the coach and Kenny Lynchwho at this time fancied himself as a songwriter, sauntered up to the back of the coach and Kenny Lynch After a period of about half-an-hour had elapsed and nothing seemed to be coming from the back, Kenny rushed to the front and shouted, 'Well, that's it. I am not going to write any more of that bloody rubbish with those idiots. They don't know music from their backsides. That's it! No more help from me!
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He just plays harmonica and background vocals. Mike Saturday 18 October Biased John Lennon fan Monday 6 April Daniel Siddall Tuesday 7 April Algold Sunday 23 August I think you should credit handclaps to the song, as they are clearly heard on 4 September version in the harmonica solo Cheers Loading Joe Sunday 23 August Bongo Tuesday 13 October Lex Lewis Tuesday 24 November Graham Paterson Sunday 5 June Ian Hossack Friday 23 December Love Me Do: 3 recordings released 1.
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