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  • This is the Beatles album that most sounds like a sweaty, raucous night in Hamburg or at the Cavern. The band never did a better job on their cover versions than they did here -- John's vocal performances on "Please Mr. Postman", "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" and "Money" rank with his all-time greatest.
  • The Beatles included "Please Mister Postman" as part of their live act in , performing it regularly at the Cavern Club. By the time it was recorded for their second album, With The Beatles, it had been dropped from their set, and required some work in the studio to bring it up to an acceptable standard.
  • Album With the Beatles. Please Mister Postman Lyrics [Intro] Please, please, Mister Postman (I've been waiting a long, long time) Please Mr. Postman by The Marvelettes.
  • The Beatles ‎– The Beatles' Second Album Label: Capitol Records ‎– ST , Capitol Records ‎– ST Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Stereo, On the back cover, A1 is spelled "Roll Over, Beethoven" and B3 is spelled "Please Mr. Postman". On the labels they are spelled, "Roll Over Beethoven" and " Please Mister Postman"/5(4).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1st Press, Scranton Pressing Vinyl release of The Beatles' Second Album on Discogs/5().
  • With The Beatles On Air – Live At The BBC Volume 2 Originally the debut single in by Motown group The Marvelettes, Please Mister Postman was recorded two years later by The Beatles for their second album With The Beatles.
  • "Please Mr. Postman" is a song by The Beatles. It is the seventh and final song on side one of The Beatles' Second UK LP, " With The Beatles ". It is credited to Georgia Dobbins, William Garrett, Freddie Gorman, Brian Holland, and Robert Bateman.
  • Please Mr. Postman is the studio debut album from Motown girl group The Marvelettes and the sixth album ever released by the company. The focal track is the number-one hit single, " Please Mr. Postman ".Genre: Pop, R&B, soul.
  • On jacket rear, A1 spelled "Roll Over, Beethoven" and B3 "Please Mr. Postman". Early issues of this title, as here, do not have the running times for "Long Tall Sally" or "I Call Your Name" on Side 2. Later pressing labels do supply the timings for these songs. The Beatles: The Beatles' Second Album /5(2).