Baby It's You    +    I'll Follow The Sun
Devil In Her Heart    +    Boys

The Beatles
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Label Apple
Catalogue No.'s R 6406 (7" Single)
RP 6406 (7" Picture Disc)
CDR 6406 (C.D. Single)
TCR 6406 (Cassette Single)
Country of Origin England
Release Date 20th March 1995
U.K. Chart Detail :
Entry Date :1st April 1995
Highest Position :7
Weeks in Chart :7 Weeks
Detail : The twenty-seventh official EMI release
Strictly speaking in the sense of previous Beatle releases (certainly in sixties style) then this single should definitely be called an "E.P.". But with the advent of the CD single, the vinyl version has been defined as a single and given a catalogue number as pertains to EMI single releases - R 6406.

This EP (single !) was released to help promote the double L.P. "Live At The B.B.C.", but only takes one track from it, and adds three "new" releases.

Baby It's You - recorded 1st June 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 11th June 1963.

From the BBC Paris Theatre London.
The Beatles covered this song on the "Please Please Me" album. This BBC interpretation has a cute ending instead of the familiar fade-out that can be found on the record.

I'll Follow The Sun - recorded 17th November 1964, used on "Top Gear" on 26th November 1964.

From the Playhouse Theatre London.
Released on "Beatles For Sale", this track was featured along with three other songs from the album, during their second appearance with Brian Matthew on his late night show.

Devil In Her Heart - recorded 16th July 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 20th August 1963.

From the BBC Paris Theatre London.
The marathon BBC session of 16th July 1963 - eighteen songs for three programmes - gave an opportunity to try out this song by girl-group The Donays and two days later the EMI version was taped for the second album "With The Beatles".

Boys - recorded 17th June 1963, used on "Pop Go The Beatles" on 25th June 1963.

From the BBC Maida Vale Studios London.
The Beatles first album includes "Boys" and this BBC take was selected from the seven occasions they recorded it for the radio.
For the first time since "Let It Be" we are back to an Apple label, but, what an insipid apple ! ... hardly the dark green of the seventies apple, but a very pale version.

This single was released on 7" vinyl, C.D. and on four track cassette single.
There was also briefly available, a 7" picture disc vinyl version.
All releases were in mono.

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