Category: Classic Rock

Penny Lane - Paul Mauriat - Plays The Beatles (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. "Penny Lane" was a top-five hit across Europe and topped the US Billboard Hot In Britain, due to chart protocol regarding double A-sides, it was the first Beatles single since "Please Please Me" in to fail to reach number 1 on the Record Retailer chart. In November , "Penny Lane" was included on the US Magical Mystery Tour album.
  2. Mar 17,  · Paul Mauriat - Album No.1 (PHILIPS ) Side A 1 La nuit 2 Vous les femmes 3 N'avoue jamais 4 It's not unusual "Je ne fais pas d'histoire.
  3. ‘Penny Lane’ was written by Paul McCartney in the music room at his London home, 7 Cavendish Avenue, near to EMI Studios at Abbey Road. It was composed on an upright piano which he had recently had painted in psychedelic rainbow patterns by artist David Vaughan.
  4. Aug 11,  · The Beatles – Penny Lane Sequence This sequence is based on the first Piccolo Trumpet solo from Penny Lane by The Beatles. During a recording session on January 12th, , Paul McCartney couldn’t stop talking about a “tiny little trumpet” that he had seen on a late night BBC2 television series the night before.
  5. Find Paul Mauriat discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Paul Mauriat Plays the Beatles/Mamy Blue: Dutton Vocalion / Vocalion Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra: Philips.
  6. marks the eighteenth year of the Vocalion label’s existence, during which time we’ve gone from strength to strength. Starting with our acclaimed series of vintage British dance band reissues – which were the first titles to appear under the Vocalion banner in – we’ve since added the CDLK, CDLF, CDNJT and CDVS prefixes, all of which concentrate on the very best in easy.
  7. Released as a double A-sided single with “Strawberry Fields Forever” on the flip side, The Beatles ‘ “Penny Lane” hit #1 in the U.S. on March 18, , and their first Parlophone release in the U.K. to not reach #1 since (it peaked at #2). Both songs were recorded during the sessions for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and never included on an official original Beatles.
  8. Called and , each became known by the color of the album’s artwork. Just as their double LP was called “The White Album,” the collections were dubbed the “Red” and “Blue” albums. Together, they included the 26 A-sides of The Beatles’ U.K. singles and 27 catalog tracks.

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