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8 thoughts on “ You Know My Name (Look Up My Number) - The Beatles - Rarities (Vinyl, LP)

  1. You know my name Look up the number You know my name Look up the number You, you know, you know my name You, you know, you know my name Good evening and welcome to Slaggers Featuring Denis O'Bell Come on Ringo, let's hear it for Denis Good evening You know my name Look, look, look up the number You know my name That's right, look up the number You, you know, you know my name You, you know, you.
  2. The LP copy I have of The Beatles - Rariites has a variation in the Side 2 runout that is not listed above. SHALG gene MASTERED BY CAPITOL ["target" logo]. There is no number 1 or 2 after the G.
  3. Beatles vinyl records (album and single) discography on all labels. Artist: Beatles - value of Beatles vinyl records. Do you want to know a secret. GB, 0 releases. From me to you. GB, 1 release max $ NaN. You know my name (look up my number) GB, 0 releases. I want you (she's so heavy) GB, 0.
  4. Planned for release just before Christmas , this anti-sexism rant was still assigned a catalogue number, despite proving too controversial for a single release in the UK. The white-label test pressing now rates as on of the prime Lennon rarities. BEATLES Love Me Do/ PS I Love You £ Parlophone R ,
  5. You know my name Look up the number You know my name Look up the number You you know you know my name You you know you know my name Good evening and welcome to Slaggers Featuring Denis O'Bell Come on Ringo, let's hear it for Denis Good evening You know my name Look look look up the number You know my name That's right, look up the number.
  6. You know my name, look up the number You know my name, look up the number You, you know, you know my name You, you know, you know my name {Good evening and welcome to Slaggers, featuring Denis O'Bell Come on Ringo, here we go Let's here it for Denis, ha hey, good evening} You know my name, better look up my number You know my name, that's right.
  7. "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)" was the last Beatles song from the group's official canon to be included on an album, issued on an LP for the first time on Rarities (which had been included as a bonus disc in the British and American boxed set, The Beatles Collection in , and released separately as an album in the United Kingdom in A-side: "Let It Be".
  8. Rarities, a Compilation of songs by The Beatles. Released 28 March on Capitol (catalog no. SHAL; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: George Martin (producer), John Palladino (aka_text editor role_id aka_text), Gene Thompson (mastering), Henry Marquez (art direction, design), Roy Kohara (art direction, design).

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