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Catalog # 1000
 

TIP OF MY TONGUE

&

ONE AND ONE IS TWO

by THE BADBEATS

The Badbeats were a power pop group from New York in the late 70's, who began recording songs that were written by The Beatles, but never released by The Beatles. They carefully crafted each song with the musical & production style of the early Beatles recordings. This first single by the Badbeats, released in 1979, contains the most obscure songs of the Lennon/McCartney catalog. Tip Of My Tongue & One And One Is Two. The Badbeats were the first artists worldwide to issue these songs in the U.S. The Picture sleeve was designed to resemble the early Capitol Records Beatles picture sleeves, and the label is a replica of the 1960's Capitol orange & yellow swirl (used by permission).

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Tip Of My Tongue

One And One Is Two

 

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Credits

Tip Of My Tongue   Bill Kern  -   guitar & harmonica and lead vocals; Barry Knoedl - bass & fender rhodes and vocals; John Sheridan - drums & lead guitar. 

One & One Is Two   Bill Kern - bass & lead guitar and vocals; Barry Knoedl - rhythm guitar and lead vocals; John Sheridan - drums.

Ray Knoedl, Barry's brother is pictured on the sleeve, but does not play on either song on this release.

Produced by Bill & Barry

© Copyright 1979 Beat Bad Records


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