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RARE OLDE PICTURES OF THE BEATLES BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS! - RINGO ENTERS

Enter Ringo Starr

Aug 16th, The Beatles persuaded Brian Epstein to fire Best; Jimmy Hutchinson was first offered the drumming spot but declined, and Ringo Star was hired, due in part because of his superior drumming, and his more compatible personality. Although, he had an offer from Gerry and the Pacemakers, he finally settled on The Beatles because they had gotten a record contract.

Sept 4th,Producers George Martin and Ron Richards began their first Beatles recording session in which "Love Me Do" -written by Paul in 1958- was recorded in Mono on a two-track tape, with Ringo on Drums. Martin complained about Ringo's timing to John, Paul and George, and indicated that he would hire a session drummer, and suggested that John include the harmonica solo.
"How Do You Do It" was Martin's choice for their first single, however "Love Me Do" won out and "How Do You Do It" was offered to Gerry and the Pacemakers. This lineup was on the initial Parlophone 45 release of October 5, 1962.

Sept 11th, A new Mono recording session for "Love Me Do" & "PS I Love You" with Session Drummer Andy White, and Ringo on the Tamborine and Maracas. This lineup was on the album version, and the U.S. release on April 27, 1964 on Tollie Records. "Please Please Me" was originally planned for the B-side, however George Martin insisted it's pace was too slow. Although The Beatles attempted a faster-paced version, they were not satisfied with the results, and put off re-recording their first number 1 song until Feb 11th 1963.

Love Me Do
U.K. Chart Entry Date : 11th October 1962
Highest Position : 17 Weeks on Chart : 18 Weeks

During Oct. '62, The Beatles performed in England on the bill with Little Richard - who was backed on organ by sixteen-year-old Billy Preston.
They again performed with them in Hamburg during Nov and Dec '62.
 

RARE OLDE PICTURES OF THE BEATLES BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS! - RINGO ENTERS







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