Honey Don't

Written by Carl Perkins

Here is the list of albums that features “Honey Don't”:

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Live At The BBC

Official live • Released in 1994

2:12 • Radio showL1 • Although this is Ringo’s vocal outing on Beatles For Sale, John had always sung this Carl Perkins song live. By the time of the next BBC version in May 1964, John had handed over to Ringo making this earlier recording a lucky capture on tape of the way it used to be.

John Lennon :
Vocals
Ian Grant :
Producer

Concert From the concert in Manchester, United Kingdom on Sep 03, 1963


Live At The BBC (2013 remaster)

Official live • Released in 2013

2:12 • Radio showL1.2013 • Although this is Ringo’s vocal outing on Beatles For Sale, John had always sung this Carl Perkins song live. By the time of the next BBC version in May 1964, John had handed over to Ringo making this earlier recording a lucky capture on tape of the way it used to be.

John Lennon :
Vocals
Ian Grant :
Producer
Guy Massey :
Remastering
Alex Wharton :
Remastering

Concert From the concert in Manchester, United Kingdom on Sep 03, 1963


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On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2

Official live • Released in 2013

2:24 • LiveL2 • The B-side of Carl Perkins’ Top Ten UK hit "Blue Suede Shoes", "Honey Don’t" was a Beatles stage favourite for several years before it appeared on their fourth album. John sings on an earlier BBC recording that was released on the first Live At The BBC album. At the final session for Beatles For Sale in October 1964, he generously gave ‹Honey Don’t› to Ringo for his featured vocal on the LP. From then on, it was exclusively Ringo’s number.

Ringo Starr :
Vocals
Bernie Andrews :
Producer

Concert From the concert in London, United Kingdom on Nov 26, 1964


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The Beatles At The Beeb - Volume 6

Unofficial live • Released in 2003

2:17 • Live

Concert From the concert in Manchester, United Kingdom on Sep 03, 1963


The Beatles At The Beeb - Volume 9

Unofficial live • Released in 2003

2:24 • Live

Concert From the concert in London, United Kingdom on May 18, 1964