This is where the legend starts. Serving as the backing musicians for British rock singer Tony Sheridan, The Beatles turned out the most productive studio session of their formative years in June 1961 in Hamburg, a historical occasion documented on the seminal In the Beginning. Billed as the Beat Brothers, the group that evolved into the Fab Four counted original member Pete Best on drums and largely supplied Sheridan with rhythmic foundations for traditional cuts such as Ray Charles' "What'd I Say" and Lieber-Stoller's "Ruby Baby," as well as a batch of originals.
Ain't She Sweet
Cry for a Shadow
Take Out Some Insurance on Me, Baby
What'd I Say
Sweet Georgia Brown
When the Saints Go Marching in
Ya Ya, PTS. 1-2
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