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When The Saints Go Marching In - The Beatles, Tony Sheridan - First Beat


2004
Label: Spectrum - 550 401-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock •
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8 Comments to When The Saints Go Marching In - The Beatles, Tony Sheridan - First Beat

  1. Zulkijin says:
    The Saints (When The Saints Marching In) Arr. Tony Sheridan Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers Recorded In Europe By Deutsche Grammophon / Polydor Series The matrix numbers stamped into the matrix by machine: Side A - 45 DGGA; Side B - 45 DGGB. Artists credited as Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers.5/5(1).
  2. Maule says:
    The first known recorded version was in by the Paramount Jubilee Singers on Paramount Although the title given on the label is "When All the Saints Come Marching In", the group sings the modern lyrics beginning with "When the saints go marching in". No author is shown on the label.
  3. Shaktinris says:
    The b-side was The Saints, a beat version of When The Saints Go Marching In. The single, credited to Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers, was released in October , and reached number five in the German charts. With The Beatles’ fanbase growing in Liverpool, demand grew for .
  4. Kajibei says:
    “The Saints” is the B-side of a single by Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers. Of course, The Beat Brothers are basically The Beatles before they had a name change. They released this record in Germany in the Autumn of , then in the UK on the 5th January,
  5. Guran says:
    Jan 29,  · They released “My Bonnie” as a single in Germany on the 23rd October, , with credit to Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers. The B-side was “The Saints” (Oh when the saints, go marching in.) and the single reached number Brian Epstein. This single became the first commercially available disc by The Beatles.
  6. Bragrel says:
    A rock ‘n’ roll version of When The Saints Go Marching In was the b-side of My Bonnie, The Beatles’ first commercially-released record. The songs were recorded in Hamburg in , after German bandleader Bert Kaempfert suggested that The Beatles recorded some songs as the backing group to .
  7. Sabar says:
    The first commercial record released that the Beatles played on was Tony Sheridan's My Bonnie /The Saints (When the Saints Go Marching In) (Polydor NH), released in Germany in the fall of The first commercial release of a record bearing The Beatles' name was My Bonnie / The Saints, released as a single in the U.K. on 5 January,

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