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  1. Roll Over Beethoven This song is by The Beatles and appears on the album With the Beatles () on the live album Live at the BBC () on the compilation album Anthology 1 () This song is a cover of "Roll Over Beethoven" by Chuck Berry. We're gonna write a little letter Gonna mail it to my local DJ It's a rockin' little record I want my jockey to play Roll over, Beethoven.
  2. Roll Over Beethoven (Anthology 1 Version) · The Beatles Anthology 1 ℗ The Swedish Broadcasting Corporation, under exclusive license to Apple Corps Ltd. Released on: Producer: Klas Burling Studio Personnel, Engineer: Hans Westman Composer Lyricist: Chuck Berry Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (The Beatles) - DP • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release Digipak • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock.
  4. „Roll Over Beethoven“ (ჩაკ ბერი) ჰარისონი: 2. „Hold Me Tight“ მაკ-კარტნი: 3. „You Really Got a Hold on Me“ (სმოუკი რობინსონი) ლენონი და ჰარისონი: 4. „I Wanna Be Your Man“ სტარი: 5.
  5. Their version of “Roll Over Beethoven” was recorded on July 30, for their second British LP, With the Beatles, and features Harrison on vocals and guitar. In the United States, it was released April 10, as the opening track of The Beatles’ Second Album. and May 11, as the opening track of the second Capitol EP “ Four by the Beatles “.
  6. Check out Roll Over Beethoven (Live / Remastered) by The Beatles on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfo The Beatles. From the Album Live At The Hollywood Bowl May 4, Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited.
  7. Their version of "Roll Over Beethoven" was recorded on July 30, , for their second British LP, With the Beatles, and features Harrison on vocals and guitar. [9] [10] In the United States, it was released April 10, , as the opening track of The Beatles' Second Album.
  8. I may have been a little kid to my classmates, but “I” had a Beatles album and I was more than willing to skip lunch, slip into the Music Room to give it a spin, mostly to impress my classmates, yet all the while I was actually being drawn into the magic that was The Beatles and what they were showing me.

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