|TRACK LISTING||THERE'S A
||The Kestrels, The Beatles, and
Bobby Sansom and the Giants
|RELEASE DATE||11th January 1963 / First Issue
|SONG WRITER'S CREDIT
||BY JOHN LENNON & PAUL
|PUBLISHER'S CREDIT||NORTHERN SONGS
||PRICE||2/6 (two shillings and six
|PRINT COMPANY'S NAME||Sole Selling
Agent: CAMPBELL CONNELLY & CO. LTD. 10 DENMARK STREET,
|COVER DESIGN/ PHOTO/ NOTES||Photo: Dezo
|INCLUDED:||LP||Please Please Me
|EP||Twist and Shout (GEP 8882)
|COMMENTS||The Kestrels were a vocal
harmony quartet from Bristol, England, most notable as the
group through which the songwriting team of Roger Cook and
Roger Greenaway first met and started composing jointly.
They were one of the busiest vocal groups in England during
the late 1950s and early 1960s, singing back-up behind Joe
Brown, Billy Fury, Eden Kane, and Benny Hill, amongst
others, and made dozens of television appearances between
1958 and 1964.
Bobby Sansom and The Giants
A very early cover version of a Beatles song. So early that the record pressing plant have misspelt the name Lennon as Lennan on the song writers credits. The group were part of the 60's Brighton Beat scene. The other side is the Little Richard standard of the time, Lucille.
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"NORTHERN SONGS LTD. 132 CHARING CROSS ROAD. LONDON. W.C.2"
and sole selling agent's credit "CAMPBELL CONNELLY & CO.
LTD. 10 DENMARK STREET, LONDON, W.C.2" was printed at the
front of the sheet.
Price: 2/6=two shillings and six pence
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|Publisher's credit and address were printed
at the bottom of the inside of the sheet.