Twist and Shout (album)
|Twist and Shout|
|Studio album by The Beatles|
|Released||3 February 1964|
|Studio||EMI Studios, London|
|Genre||Rock and roll, rock, pop, Merseybeat|
|The Beatles North American chronology|
Twist and Shout was the Beatles' second album released in Canada, in mono by Capitol Records (catalogue number T 6054). It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom.
|1.||"Anna (Go to Him)"||Arthur Alexander||John Lennon||3:00|
|2.||"Chains"||Gerry Goffin, Carole King||George Harrison||2:25|
|3.||"Boys"||Luther Dixon, Wes Farrell||Ringo Starr||2:28|
|4.||"Ask Me Why"||McCartney/Lennon||Lennon||2:28|
|5.||"Please Please Me"||McCartney/Lennon||Lennon and McCartney||2:00|
|6.||"Love Me Do"||Lennon/McCartney||McCartney and Lennon||2:22|
|7.||"From Me to You"||McCartney/Lennon||Lennon and McCartney||1:56|
|1.||"P.S. I Love You"||McCartney/Lennon||McCartney||2:06|
|2.||"Baby It's You"||Burt Bacharach, Hal David, Barney Williams||Lennon||2:40|
|3.||"Do You Want to Know a Secret"||McCartney/Lennon||Harrison||1:59|
|4.||"A Taste of Honey"||Ric Marlow, Bobby Scott||McCartney||2:05|
|5.||"There's a Place"||McCartney/Lennon||Lennon and McCartney||1:53|
|6.||"Twist and Shout"||Phil Medley, Bert Russell||Lennon||2:33|
|7.||"She Loves You"||McCartney/Lennon||Lennon and McCartney||2:19|
|Canada (Music Canada)||3× Platinum||300,000^|
^shipments figures based on certification alone
Differences from Please Please Me
- "I Saw Her Standing There" (the opening track of Please Please Me) and "Misery" were omitted from Twist and Shout. They both appear on the next Canadian LP release, The Beatles' Long Tall Sally.
- "From Me to You" and "She Loves You" were added to Twist and Shout. They were issued as the A-sides of singles in the UK.
A stereo version of this album was released in the 1970s, catalogue number ST 6054, but having the mono jacket of T-6054
- "Canadian album certifications – The Beatles – Twist and Shout". Music Canada. Retrieved 15 September 2013.
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