℗ 1964 Reprise Records
 

Dance to the Hits of The Beatles

Jack Nitzsche

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1.1
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Jack Nitzsche
2:20
1.2
She Loves You
Jack Nitzsche
2:28
1.3
Chains
Jack Nitzsche
2:35
1.4
My Bonnie
Jack Nitzsche
2:04
1.5
I Saw Her Standing There
Jack Nitzsche
2:55
1.6
Ringo
Jack Nitzsche
2:07
1.7
Please, Please Me
Jack Nitzsche
2:05
1.8
From Me to You
Jack Nitzsche
1:57
1.9
All My Loving
Jack Nitzsche
2:14
1.10
Twist and Shout
Jack Nitzsche
2:25
1.11
It Won't Be Long
Jack Nitzsche
2:08
1.12
Beatle-Mania
Jack Nitzsche
2:11
Total Playing Time    27:29
Everybody and their grandmother came out with a Beatle knockoff album once the Fab Four hit these shores, but not everybody was Jack Nitzsche, and therefore this album's full of little production touches (not to mention expert musicianship) that lift it way above the pack. And the album's not even all Beatles tunes; Jack does 'Chains; My Bonnie', and 'Twist and Shout', which the Beatles covered, and, more intriguingly, contributes a couple of original compositions, 'Ringo' (sporting a Lennon-style harmonica lick) and 'Beatle-Mania', which copped riffs from several Beatles tunes. 'I Want to Hold Your Hand'; 'She Loves You'; 'I Saw Her Standing There'; 'Please, Please Me'; 'From Me to You'; 'All My Loving', and 'It Won't Be Long' round out the record, all instrumentals given that Nitzsche-an touch.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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