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Artist:Pat Wayne with The Beachcombers
Label:  Columbia
Country:UK
Catalogue:DB 7182
Date:Nov 1963
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
Community:16 Own
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerRating
APat Wayne with The BeachcombersRoll Over BeethovenBerry8.5  Rate
BPat Wayne with The BeachcombersIs It Love?B. Barratt8.5  Rate


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martzep
4th Mar 2016
 thanks for that info but what follows is the track listing from jimmy page session man 1

Track listing:
Disc One:
1. Chris Ravel and the Ravers - 'Don't You Dig This Kinda Beat' [August 1963] - 1:50
2. The Zephyrs - 'Sweet Little Baby' [August 1963] - 2:39
3. Pat Wayne with the Beachcombers - 'Roll Over Beethoven' [December 1963] - 2:57
4. Carter-Lewis and the Southerners - 'Somebody Told My Girl' [October 1963] - 2:39
5. Dave Berry and the Cruisers - 'My Baby Left Me' [January 1964] - 2:03
6. The Brooks - 'Once In a While' [March 1964] - 2:38
7. Mickie Most and the Gear - 'Money Honey' [March 1964] - 2:22
8. Mickie Most and the Gear - 'That's Alright' [March 1964] - 2:09
9. The Sneekers - 'I Just Can't Go to Sleep' [October 1964] - 1:57
10. The First Gear - 'A Certain Girl' [October 1964] - 2:21
11. The First Gear - 'Leave My Kitten Alone' [October 1964] - 2:22
12. The Primitives - 'How Do You Feel' [January 1965] - 2:23
13. Bobby Graham - 'Zoom, Widge and Wag' [January 1965] - 2:36
14. Jimmy Page (solo) - 'She Just Satisfies' [February 1965] - 2:02
15. Jimmy Page (solo) - 'Keep Movin' [February 1965] - 3:31
16. The Mickey Finn - 'Night Comes Down' [March 1965] - 2:12
17. The Pickwicks - 'Little By Little' [October 1965] - 2:28
18. Lulu and the Luvvers - 'Surprise, Surprise' [April 1965] - 2:19
19. The Yardbirds - 'Little Games' [BBC recording, 18 April 1967] - 2:30
20. The Yardbirds - 'Most Likely You'll Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)' [BBC recording, 4 April 1967] - 2:56
21. The Yardbirds - 'Dazed and Confused' [June 1967] - 3:36

so I wonder why it is there at / as track no.3 ! ?
 

 
Deltics
2nd Mar 2016
 "In November of 1963, Pat Wayne and The Beachcombers went back to Abbey Road to record a version of Chuck Berry's 'Roll Over Beethoven'. It has long been thought that future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page was hired to play lead guitar on the recording but according to Geoff Roberts this was not the case. "Jimmy Page never had anything to do with the band" says Geoff. "I played on Roll Over Beethoven and in fact created the guitar riff by double-tracking, the second track slightly out of tune with the first which gave the recording a distinctive sound."
http://www.brumbeat.net/patwayne.htm
 

 
martzep
2nd Mar 2016
 LISTED IN SAMUEL KETENJIAN`S world wide guide to led zeppelins 45`s,as the work session of Jimmy Page , can anyone say any more on this ?
 

 
teabiscuit
23rd Jan 2016
 very confident Beat group ravers
 

 
fabgear66
25th Jan 2012
 My alltime favourite "beat era" track. Brilliant!
 

 
janiejjones
24th Jan 2012
 According to "Beat At Abbey Road" CD booklet, producer was Bob Barratt. Fab tracks!
 


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