The Rolling Stones - I Wanna Be Your Man album
I Wanna Be Your Man" is a Lennon–McCartney-penned song recorded and released as a single by the Rolling Stones, and then recorded by the Beatles. The song was primarily written by Paul McCartney, and finished by Lennon and McCartney in the corner of a room while Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were talking. Released as their second single on 1 November 1963, the Stones' version was an early hit, peaking at number 12 on the British chart.
Album Around and Around. I Wanna Be Your Man Lyrics. I wanna be your lover, baby I wanna be your man I wanna be your lover, baby I wanna be your man. Tell me that you love me, baby Tell me you understand Tell me that you love me, baby Tell me you understand. Recorded on October 7th, 1963 in London’s De Lane Lea Studios and released in the UK on November 1st of the same year, I Wanna Be Your Man represents The Stones' second single as a follow-up to their first commercial hit, Come On. The song originally belonged to Lennon, McCartney, and The Beatles. When asked how The Stones came to recording the Lennon/McCartney number in a 1968 Rolling Stones Magazine interview, Mick explains: Well, we knew them by then and we were rehearsing and Andrew brought Paul and John down to the rehearsal.
I Wanna Be Your Man (оригинал The Beatles). Я хочу быть твоим парнем (перевод Lisa). I wanna be your lover baby, Я хочу быть твоим любовником, малышка, I wanna be your man, Я хочу быть твоим парнем. I wanna be your lover baby, Я хочу быть твоим любовником, малышка, I wanna be your man. Я хочу быть твоим парнем. Like no other can. Люблю так, как никто не умеет любить. Tell me that you love me baby
The Rolling Stones needed some new material for their second single, and John Lennon with Paul McCartney visited once their rehearsal at De Lane Lea Studio, when they found out about their need. The writing of the song was finished by Lennon and McCartney in the studio. John Lennon said about this song, "It was a throwaway. The only two versions of the song were Ringo and the Rolling Stones. I Wanna Be Your Man" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
In the case of "I Wanna Be Your Man," a few changes needed to be made. The Rolling Stones put a tougher R&B beat behind the song and Brian Jones contributed its distinctive slide guitar part. They recorded the song a month later, and it was released on Nov. 1. "I Wanna Be Your Man" reached No. 12 on the . The Beatles' version came out three weeks later on With the Beatles, with Ringo Starr taking the lead vocal. The Top 100 Albums of the '60s.
I Wanna Be Your Man ( Cover Rolling Stones ). 02:00. I Wanna Be Your Man (Originally Performed By The Rolling Stones) Karaoke Version. I Wanna Be Your Man (Originally Performed By The Rolling Stones) Full Vocal Version. I Wanna Be Your Man (FreeMiX). Oli J ft Ali I Wanna Be Your Man. 03:51. DJ NOiZ- THINKING OUT LOUD (ed Sheeran) Vs I WANNA BE YOUR MAN. 06:08. Dj Noiz - Thinking Out Loud ( Ed Sheeran) Vs I Wanna Be Your Man Remix.
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|A1||I Wanna Be Your Man
Written-By – Lennon, Mc Cartney*
Written-By – Gordy Jr.*, Bradford*
|B1||Bye Bye Johnny
Written-By – Berry*
|B2||You Better Move On
Written-By – Alexander*
- Printed By – A.C.E.M.
- Made By – Société Française du Son
NotesFlipback cover with "Imp. A C E M 7-64" on back. Released on a dark blue/silver DECCA DISQUES label with a hexagon logo.
DECCA catalogue number 457.026 M appears on front cover and spine, the other DECCA catalogue number 457.026 with MÉDIUM written below appears on back cover. On labels only DECCA DISQUES label appears with catalogue number 457.026.
Track A2 and B1 titles written with a concluding comma on labels: "MONEY," and "BYE BYE JOHNNY,".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on side A label): 2D64 M 1.236
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix on side B label): 2D64 M 1.237
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 2D64M 1236 M2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 2D64M 1237 D6
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other: (encircled) M
- Other: SUPER (entriangled) 45
|457.026 M||The Rolling Stones||I Wanna Be Your Man (7", EP, RE)||Decca||457.026 M||France||1970|
|457.026, 457.026 M||The Rolling Stones||I Wanna Be Your Man (7", EP, RP)||Decca, Decca||457.026, 457.026 M||France||1964|
|457.026 M, 457.026||The Rolling Stones||I Wanna Be Your Man (7", EP, RP)||Decca, Decca||457.026 M, 457.026||France||1964|
|457.026 M||The Rolling Stones||I Wanna Be Your Man (7", RE, EP )||Decca||457.026 M||France||1969|
|457.026 M, 457.026, 457.026 MEDIUM||The Rolling Stones||I Wanna Be Your Man (7", RE, EP )||Decca, Decca, Decca||457.026 M, 457.026, 457.026 MEDIUM||France||1969|