The Beatles ‎– The Beatles' Second Album

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A1 Roll Over Beethoven
Written-By – C. Berry*
2:44
A2 Thank You Girl 2:01
A3 You Really Got A Hold On Me
Written-By – W. Robinson*
2:58
A4 Devil In Her Heart
Written-By – Drapkin*
2:23
A5 Money (That's What I Want)
Written By – Berry-Gordy-BradfordWritten-By – Berry Gordy, Janie Bradford
2:47
A6 You Can't Do That 2:33
B1 Long Tall Sally
Written By – Johnson-Penniman-BlackwellWritten-By – Enotris Johnson, Richard Penniman, Robert Blackwell
2:03
B2 I Call Your Name 2:09
B3 Please Mister Postman
Written-By – Holland*
2:34
B4 I'll Get You 2:04
B5 She Loves You 2:19

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  • Matrix / Runout ((Side A - Runout)): ST-1-2080-A1
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side B - Runout)): ST-2-2080-B2

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T-100345 The Beatles The Beatles' Second Album(LP, Album) Odeon T-100345 Colombia Unknown Sell This Version
07243 875397 2 3 The Beatles The Beatles' Second Album(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial) Apple Records (3), Capitol Records (2) 07243 875397 2 3 Russia 2004 Sell This Version
ST 2080 The Beatles The Beatles' Second Album(LP, Album, RE, pur) Capitol Records ST 2080 Canada 1980 Sell This Version
ST 2080 The Beatles The Beatles' Second Album(LP, Album, RE) Apple Records ST 2080 US 1971 Sell This Version
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tristan1956

tristan1956

January 19, 2016
THE SAME PHOTO IT IS INCORRECT . MAKE ATTENTION PLEASE
thewigman

thewigman

July 20, 2015
Hi, i picked up an unopened copy - is there a way of identifying what colour label its likely to have inside without opening ?!? the rear cover has a '18' printed just to the left of the rear RIAA logo
caddy050

caddy050

May 19, 2015
edited 8 months ago
anyone know where i can find the version i have?
st-1-2080-j23
also has a maroonish brownish label??
Please help!
kristeencooper

kristeencooper

February 3, 2015
My Cover is stamped "Property of Capital Records Inc." This album is on loan for PROMOTIONAL USES ONLY. Holder agrees to return it on demand. Attempted sales are void and in violation of law.
desoxynman

desoxynman

January 30, 2011

The album cover listed for this item, The Beatles Second Album, is incorrect. The picture shown is a mono cover not a stereo cover.
jadedtom

jadedtom

June 24, 2010

"The Beatles' Second Album" is a great mix of some wonderful Lennon-McCartney songs and excellent covers of some of their favorite american tunes.

"Thank You Girl", "I Call Your Name" are the minor Lennon-McCartney songs on this lp. Otherwise, you have the classic "She Loves You", the underplayed lovely "I'll Get You", and Lennon's bitter rock "You Can't Do That".

The cover songs are exemplary. McCartney almost steals Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally". Lennon's vocal on "Money" is almost insane, as George Martin's piano beats madly, and McCartney's backing vocals mimic Motown girl groups uncannily well. I much prefer this remake to Barrett Strong's original.

Their great love of the Motown sound is reinforced in a spirited remake of the Marvelette's "Please Mr. Postman" and a sincere, commited version of Smokey Robinson's "You Really Got A Hold On Me".

"Roll Over Beethoven" is an inspired cover version of Chuck Berry's classic. Harrison's vocals never have the presence of John or Paul's, but his guitar work, especially in the manic break, is inventive.

The less said about the fab four's cover of the Donay's "Devil In Her Heart", the better. Like their later cover of "Mr. Moonlight", these songs must have sounded dated when they were first released.

I suppose I prefer the group's previous "Meet the Beatles" in that it had such a wealth of Lennon-McCartney compositions. But "The Beatles' Second Album" holds up pretty well after all of these years.