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The Beatles' Second Album is The Beatles' second Capitol Records album, and their third album released in the United States including Introducing... The Beatles released three months earlier on Vee-Jay Records. The Beatles' Second Album went to number one on the album charts in the US, knocking off Meet the Beatles!, the first time an artist replaced itself at number one on the US album charts. In 2004 this album was re-released for the first time on Compact Disc number as part of The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 box set. MONO - Track Listing [320k MP3] "Roll Over Beethoven" "Thank You Girl" "You Really Got a Hold on Me" "Devil in Her Heart" "Money (That's What I Want)" "You Can't Do That" "Long Tall Sally" "I Call Your Name" "Please Mister Postman" "I'll Get You" "She Loves You" --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Worth noting is the inclusion of the stereo version of "Thank You Girl," as The Beatles' Second Album featured the only "true" stereo version of the song released on any US or UK album for over 40 years, until another stereo version of the song was released on the 2009 remastered edition of Past Masters (The Beatles Second Album stereo version of "Thank You Girl" was also included on The Beatles Beat, a German release). Since some echo was added, this version remains a bit of a rarity. The Capitol album mix is also unique in that its version contains three additional harmonica riffs, two during the bridge and one at the very end of the song. For its American-album debut, Capitol took this stereo version and transferred it into a two-to-one stereo-to-mono mixdown for the mono album release, thus creating an alternative mono mix of the song. The stereo version of "Money" also underwent the same two-to-one stereo-to-mono mixdown for this album, thus creating another alternative mono mix. In the mono version of "I Call Your Name", the cowbell comes in at the very beginning of the song, whereas in the stereo version it comes in after the beginning of the vocal. Harrison's opening 12-string guitar phrase is also different between the mono and stereo versions. In "Long Tall Sally", the stereo version has echo while the mono version is lacking it. The mono version of "You Can't Do That" is different to the one released on the British album "A Hard Day's Night" for unknown reasons.
|01 Roll Over Beethoven.mp3||8.234 MB|
|02 Thank You Girl.mp3||6.579 MB|
|03 You Really Got A Hold On Me.mp3||8.918 MB|