|TRACK LISTING||MONEY (THAT'S
WHAT I WANT)
|RELEASE DATE||Proof Print (First Issue: 22nd.
|SONG WRITER'S CREDIT
||WORDS AND MUSIC BY B. GORDY
JNR. AND J. BRADFORD
|PUBLISHER'S CREDIT||DOMINION MUSIC CO.
||PRICE||2/6 (two shillings and six
|PRINT COMPANY'S NAME||Sole Selling
Agent: CAMPBELL CONNELLY & Co Ltd
|COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES||Photo: Dezo Hoffmann|
|INCLUDED:||LP||With The Beatles
|EP||All My Loving (GEP 8891)
|COMMENTS||"Money (That's What I Want)" is a
rhythm and blues song written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy
and Janie Bradford, which was the first hit record for
Gordy's Motown enterprise. Barrett Strong recorded it in
1959 as a single for the Tamla label, distributed nationally
on Anna Records. Many artists later recorded the tune,
including the Beatles in 1963 and the Flying Lizards in
The Beatles recorded "Money" in seven takes on July 18, 1963. A series of piano overdubs was later added by producer George Martin. The song was released in November 1963 as the final track on their second UK album, With the Beatles. (from Wikipedia)
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Publisher's credit "NORTHERN SONGS LTD." was printed at the front of the sheet.
Price: 2/6=two shillings and six pence
|The song writer's credit "Words and music
by Gordy Jnr. and J. Bradford" was printed at the upper of
the front sheet.
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|Publisher's credit and address were printed
at the bottom of the inside of the sheet.