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“Twist and Shout” was originally by The Top Notes in 1960; the band The Isley Brothers did a cover of it in 1962. The Beatles did a second cover of the song in 1963. This song was made popular by The Beatles with John Lennon’s diverse vocals, which for being the last track recorded in an exhausting day-long session show some wear and tear in his voice.

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In the UK, "Twist and Shout" was released by Parlophone on an EP with three other tracks, " Do You Want to Know a Secret ", " A Taste of Honey ", and " There's a Place ", from the Please Please Me (1963) album. Both the EP and album reached No. 1 (see Twist and Shout (EP) ). In Canada, it became the title track to the second album of Beatles material to be issued by Capitol Records of Canada, on February 3, 1964.

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