The Paul McCartney Project

I Feel Fine / She's A Woman

By The Beatles7" Single• Part of the collection “The Beatles • Singles

Timeline See what happened in November 1964
UK release date:
Nov 23, 1964
US release date:
Nov 27, 1964
Sessions This album has been recorded during the following sessions

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

I Feel Fine

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:25 • Studio versionA • Mono

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr:
Drums
John Lennon:
Guitar, Vocals
George Harrison:
Guitar, Vocals
George Martin:
Producer
Norman Smith:
Engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 18, 1964
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 21, 1964
Studio:
EMI Studios, Room 65, Abbey Road


2.

She's a Woman

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:02 • Studio versionA • Mono

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Piano, Vocal
Ringo Starr:
Chocalho, Drums
John Lennon:
Rhythm guitar
George Harrison:
Lead guitar
George Martin:
Producer
Norman Smith:
Engineer

Session Recording:
Oct 08, 1964
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Oct 12, 1964
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

About

From Wikipedia:

[…] The single reached the top of the British charts on 12 December of that year, displacing the Rolling Stones’ “Little Red Rooster“, and remained there for five weeks.

I Feel Fine” was also the first Beatles single to be released almost concurrently in the US and the UK. The song has sold 1.41 million copies in the UK.

US Charts

The song topped the US Billboard Hot 100 charts for three weeks in late 1964/early 1965. The B-side was the number-four hit “She’s a Woman“.

I Feel Fine” was the sixth single by the Beatles to hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in a calendar year (1964); an all-time record. In order, these singles were “I Want to Hold Your Hand“, “She Loves You“, “Can’t Buy Me Love“, “Love Me Do“, “A Hard Day’s Night” and “I Feel Fine“. For songwriters Lennon and McCartney, it was the seventh number-one they wrote in the same calendar year (1964), another all-time record.

The song was the first of six Hot 100 number one chart toppers in a row (not counting the EP “4 – by the Beatles“) by one act, also a record at the time. The subsequent singles were “Eight Days a Week“, “Ticket to Ride“, “Help!“, “Yesterday” and “We Can Work It Out“. […]

Last updated on March 12, 2016


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