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It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. This album, like its parent album, contains both original Beatles songs, as well as covers (including its namesake, Twist and Shout), denoted in the track listing.
Shout, shout, let it all out These are the things I can do without Come on I'm talking to you, come on. Shout, shout, let it all out These are the things I can do without Come on I'm talking to you, come on. In violent times You shouldn't have to sell your soul In black and white They really, really ought to know
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2. The Satisfied Mind. 3. Don't Rescue Me. 4. The 4th Dimension. 6. Here to Go. 7. Jurisdiction of Love. 8. Puppet Boy. 9. Please Please.
Shout" is a popular American song, originally recorded by the Isley Brothers. Released in 1959, it was written by the brothers themselves as a call and response answer to Jackie Wilson's "Lonely Teardrops", which they would occasionally cover in live performances. YouTube Encyclopedic. The Isley Brothers - Shout. The Isley Brothers - Shout! Lyrics. Isley Brothers - Twist and Shout.
Released after the success of the title track, the group were rushed into a recording studio to record much of the album, which included another Isley standard, the uncharted "Respectable", which like "Shout", was also covered by rock acts. The album was re-released in 1990 on the Collectables label after the album went out of print in the years since its release. The album was remastered and expanded for inclusion in the 2015 released CD box set "The RCA Victor & T-Neck Album Masters, 1959-1983".
Twist and Shout was written by Phil Medley and Bert Russell. It was originally recorded by the Top Notes in 1961, although a version by The Isley Brothers released the following year became more popular. Twist And Shout continued to be part of The Beatles' live set following the album's release. It was the final song at their Sunday Night at the London Palladium performance on 13 October 1963, widely held to signal the start of Beatlemania. They also performed the song at the Royal Command Performance on 4 November 1963, and for their February 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.
|A||Shout (Vocal Drum & Bass)
Remix – C. Bläser*
|B1||Shout (Club House)||5:09|
|B2||Shout (Dream Dub)||6:48|
|LOC 247||The Boy That Could||Shout (CD, Maxi)||Logic Records||LOC 247||Germany||1997|