This is how good they were. By approximately 11 am, this three day project was finally completed. Mono tape copies were made of all the movie soundtrack songs to distribute to both American record labels that would be releasing these songs, namely Capitol Records And I Love Her - The Beatles - Hits (CD) United Artists Records. No other stereo mix was made, so therefore an editing job must have been done for some unknown reason to artificially extend the song for this release.
The guitar does appear a little softer on the left channel, but the centered vocals are a little more to the right of the And I Love Her - The Beatles - Hits (CD), which indicates that the balance was off a little and not that there was a different mix sent to Germany. This version did get released in the US on the album " Rarities.
Song Structure and Style. But as we've seen through examination of their catalog, idiosyncrasies rule the day. One difference here is that the bridge only appears once whereas, when we expect it to appear again after a third verse, a guitar solo emerges in a raised key.
We start out, though, with a four measure introduction that nicely premiers the sparse acoustic arrangement of the song. Harrison's gentle guitar runs segue appropriately into the first ten-measure verse which, as does the rest of the song, emphasizes the intimate solo vocal performance of McCartney.
A second verse then appears which mimics the first in structure and instrumentation except for George's delicate arpeggio that adds a degree of elegance to the proceedings. Since the first verse ends with the simple phrase " I love her ," this second verse is the first time we hear the title of the song " And I love her.
Harrison adds even more variance by accentuating the one-beat of each measure with a Spanish-like strum on his Jose Ramirez guitar before transitioning the bridge into a third verse with his signature guitar run.
After a third identically structured verse, which features the same delicate guitar arpeggio from the second verse although starting from the second measure to allow George to finish the introductory guitar runthe song takes a half-key shift upward for the guitar solo. This section is played to the chord structure of the verse right down to the actual melody line being performed exquisitely on acoustic guitar.
After a repeat of the final verse, which is identical except for the raised key, we now see the reappearance of the introduction to complete the cycle. This conclusion extends the concept of the introduction from four measures to six measures, ending with a Baroque-sounding twist; a resolve in a major key. This solidifies the question as to whether the song as a whole is in a major or minor key. Since all of the verses end in a major key when the title of the song is heard, as well as the song itself ending in a major key, the argument is settled.
That's my story and I'm sticking with it! Keeping in mind that this was a jumping-off point for McCartney into ballad writing, his intricate sensitiveness, such as that seen in his masterpiece " Here, There And Everywhere ," was yet to come. The entire lyric was written as if the female in question was not present, relating the singer's feelings to a third party or to all of us. This is the case throughout, except for the later-written bridge which is sung directly to his girl, as evidenced in the line " as long as I have you near me.
As stated earlier, McCartney was quite proud of the simply stated lyrics in this song. He also was quick to notice when his idea for the title of the song was used elsewhere. Tried to nick the idea. I like that. Also of note, is John's composition " And Your Bird Can Sing ," which also has a title that starts in mid sentence.
Musicianship-wise, George gets the biggest nod for his simple-but-effective acoustic lead guitar work. After three days of practice in the studio, he came through well rehearsed and impressive, adding a classy touch to an intimate ballad. Paul deserves due credit for his melancholy vocal work which comes across with convincing sincerity. His bass work, while simplistic in comparison to what he's recorded even up to this point, is suitable to the occasion and was done simultaneously with his spot-on vocal delivery.
Lennon holds down the rhythm quite nicely with acoustic guitar throughout. He strums somewhat urgently at times, such as during the last two measures of each verse, but this adds a nice quality that I'm sure we wouldn't want to do without. Ringo's obligatory bongo playing works nicely to create the perfect ambience for this delicate piece of music.
American Releases. This album got its compact disc release on January 21st,both the mono and stereo versions of the album being contained on a single CD.
Capitol Records were hot on their heels to expose America to the song in a great way. This album was also released on an individual compact disc on January 21st,both the mono and stereo versions being contained on one CD. This helped give another song from the movie exposure which, in turn, meant more sales for Capitol in the long run.
The primary attention on the singles charts was on their recently released single " A Hard Day's Night ," but "And I Love Her" still had a very good chart response, reaching 12 in Billboard. While this is not considered an actual release of the song, it is a noteworthy mention.
Surprisingly, "The Beatles' Story" was also released on compact disc on January 21st,but only as contained in the 13 album box set "The US Albums. This very successful album spent eight weeks in the top ten of the Billboard album charts, peaking at 3. The stereo mix of "And I Love Her" was included on this album as with the compact disc release in The re-release of the CD set on October 19th, features a remastered stereo mix of the song.
This didn't stop Capitol from including the song in another compilation album they wanted to spring on American record buyers. On November 21st, they released an album of Beatles ballads entitled " Love Songs ," which didn't do quite as well but nonetheless peaked at 24 on the Billboard album charts and ended up selling three million units. As mentioned above, Capitol was motivated by the British release of an album of Beatles rarities to release one of their And I Love Her - The Beatles - Hits (CD) in America.
The implication was that this was how the song was recorded, but in actuality these extra measures were edited on in Germany for some reason, creating a unique but artificial "rarity.
In order to bring in even more Beatles sales, Capitol came up And I Love Her - The Beatles - Hits (CD) another compilation idea. This was the debut of the album on compact disc, which featured the original British mono mix. The stereo edition was released on the remastered version on September 9th, The highly anticipated " Anthology 1 " album was released on November 21st, by Apple Records.
Beatles fans were all surprised to hear the only complete take of the song take 2 that was recorded on their first attempt at its recording on February 25th, It revealed how different the song originally sounded as well as showing that a good song can be done many different ways and still work well.
This track was definitely a highlight on this very successful 1 album. A sampler disc of this album was also distributed to US radio stations just before its release. This single disc also contains this version of "And I Love Her. The box set "The Capitol Albums, Vol. Paul's vocals were double-tracked throughout on this recording, And I Love Her - The Beatles - Hits (CD), him even changing the lyrics slightly in the second verse from " she gives me everything " to " she brings me everything.
This limited edition album did very well in the US, peaking at 14 on the Billboard charts. Live Performances. This song had an extremely short performance life for the Beatles. They also performed it on the British live variety television show " Blackpool Night Out " on July 19th. If I Needed Someone Money Nowhere Man Paperback Writer She's a Woman This Boy Till There Was You Too Much Monkey Business Twist and Shout Yer Blues Yesterday Cheeeek that out dude.
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