"She Loves You" is a original song by The Beatles. It has been released in various forms of media.
"She Loves You" was written by Lennon-McCartney. The recording of the song on 1 July 1963 was done on a two-track recording machine. Standard procedure at EMI Studios at the time was to erase the original two-track session tape for singles once they had been "mixed down" to the (usually mono) master tape used to press records. This was the fate of two Beatles singles (four songs): "Love Me Do", "P.S. I Love You", "She Loves You", and "I'll Get You". These tracks only exist as a mono master, although several mock-stereo remixes have been made by EMI affiliates worldwide, including a few made in 1966 by Abbey Road engineer Geoff Emerick. The German division of EMI (the parent of The Beatles' record label Parlophone) decided that the only way to sell Beatles records in Germany would be to re-record them in German. The Beatles thought it unnecessary, but were asked by George Martin to comply, recording "Sie Liebt Dich" on 29 January 1964, along with "Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand", at the Pathe Marconi Studios in Paris. The Beatles recorded new vocals over the original backing track to "I Want to Hold Your Hand" but "She Loves You" required them to record a new rhythm track as the original two track recording had been scrapped.
- Single - 23 August 1963
- The Beatles' Second Album - 10 April 1964
- A Collection of Beatles Oldies - 10 December 1966
- The Beatles / 1962-1966 - 2 April 1973
- 20 Greatest Hits - 11 October 1982
- 1 - 13 November 2000
- The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 - 15 November 2004
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