8 Reply to “ You Better Move On - The Beatles & Tony Sheridan - Cry For A Shadow (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. A3 –Tony Sheridan And The Beat Brothers Let’s Dance Written-By – Jim*, T. Sheridan* A4 –The Beatles With Tony Sheridan My Bonnie Arranged By – T. Sheridan* Vocals – Tony Sheridan Written-By – Trad.* A5 –The Beatles With Tony Sheridan If You Love Me, Baby Vocals – Tony Sheridan Written-By – Ch. Singleton*, W. Hall*
  2. Tony Sheridan Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 28 ratings. Keep in mind that this album is not really about the Beatles. Sure, "Cry for a Shadow" is the sole Beatles piece ever credited to Lennon and Harrison, and the instrumental sounds as much like the Shadows as the Shadows themselves. あまり知られていないが、このCDは /5(28).
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: The Beatles With Tony Sheridan - My Bonnie / Cry For A Shadow - Atlas - Germany - 80
  4. LP: My Bonnie Polydor LPHM 46 [Mono] Niemcy Zachodnie Tony Sheridan & The Beat Brothers Nota: orange label. Tony's first album, also called My Bonnie, would be released in June, (as Polydor LPHM [mono] This fact is evidenced by the "6. 62" date found on the back covers of .
  5. The Early Tapes of The Beatles, an Album by The Beatles With Tony Sheridan. Released 25 October on Polydor (catalog no. P; CD). Genres: Rock & Roll, Merseybeat.
  6. In The Beginning - The Beatles and Tony Sheridan. This compilation album has been released numerous times and under numerous names by Polydor Records since , generally as a single LP compilation format, however in thru Polydor reissued the compilation in France, Germany, Netherlands, Yugoslavia and New Zealand as a high end 2 LP pressing specifically under the titles "In .
  7. The eight songs The Beatles recorded with Tony Sheridan were released on a album titled The Beatles’ First. Three songs from the session, My Bonnie, Ain’t She Sweet and Cry For A Shadow – the latter a Harrison–Lennon instrumental, were released in on the Anthology 1 album. Cry For A Shadow and Ain’t She Sweet, although.
  8. Beatles without Tony Sheridan recorded not merely "Ain't She Sweet" and the instrumental but three other songs as well, none of which were liked by the Deutsche Grammophon people. Tony Sheridan remembered "Rock and Roll Music," "Kansas City," and "Some Other Guy" as the unreleased tracks, the former of which John Lennon sang.

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