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8 thoughts on “ Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey - The Beatles - The Capitol Albums Vol.2 (CD, Album)

  1. Mezizilkree
    The Beatles ‎– The Capitol Albums Vol.2 Label: Apple Records ‎– CDP 3 2 6, Capitol Records ‎– CDP 3 2 /5(21).
  2. Faujora
    The Beatles MIDI/MP3 Music Homepage focuses on all the vinyl record releases in the United States. From , the Beatles were the most popuar rock band in the world and even after their breakup, they still remain as popular as ever. This website includes songs in the MIDI format, MP3 sound bytes and lyrics of every song ever written or performed on their originally .
  3. Zulkizilkree
    However, as "Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey" was released in —with the writing credited solely to Richard Wayne Penniman (Little Richard)—the public perceived it as an earlier recording than "Kansas City". In , The Beatles released the albums Beatles for Sale (in the UK) and Beatles VI (in the US) featuring an arrangement of "Kansas City" based on.
  4. Zolonos
    The Beatles - Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey Hey) Lyrics. Ah, Kansas City Going to get my baby back home Yeah, yeah I'm gonna Kansas City Going to .
  5. Nera
    US: Capitol T Beatles VI CD: EMI CDP 7 2 For Sale [b] stereo 26 Oct UK: Parlophone PCS For Sale US: Capitol ST Beatles VI [a] fades a little earlier. Paul McCartney recorded “Kansas City” in for inclusion on his Choba B CCCP album. From the liner notes of Choba B CCCP: Kansas City/Lucille.
  6. Mazukree
    The Beatles had mostly dropped Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey! from their live set by , although they were performed for a BBC radio session that year on 16 July, first broadcast on 6 August. Recorded for Pop Go The Beatles, this version was released in on the Live At .
  7. Grolrajas
    The Beatles The Beatles In Stereo Album. Chartentry: (3) Letzte Chartposition: (54).
  8. Jushicage
    Kansas City is a song written by Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller. It was covered by The Beatles when they were performing as Tony Sheridan's backing group under the name "The Beat Brothers", and later to be put on their album Beatles for foodstikeanadethincoufikarorota.coinfo Beatles are only known to have performed this song in a medley with Richard Penniman's Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey, never .