There are three Beatles songs that were played in the 2012 Grammys: “Let it be,” “Hey Jude,” and “Trouble in Mind.”
That’s because the first two are the first of a series of four that will be played in this post.
But while the first four songs in the series are classic rock classics, the fourth, “Let’s Get It On,” is also one of the most iconic rock songs of all time.
It’s a catchy tune that sounds just like “Hey, Jude” with a few additions, but there’s a lot more going on in the song than that.
“Let The Beat Come On” was the first single released in 1965 by the Beatles, and it was one of their best-selling albums.
The track went on to become a top-five single in the U.S., becoming the most popular Beatles single of all-time in the United States.
“This song just got a lot better and a lot louder than before,” Paul McCartney said at the time.
The Beatles’ “Let Them Sing” is the most famous Beatles song, but it’s not the only song from the group that inspired a lot of other songs.
“I’m a huge Beatles fan,” says Tom Hanks.
“My father wrote ‘Let Them Playin’,” the song that became “Let Me Love You,” and his son George wrote the song “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.”
It’s an homage to both songs, but “Let ‘Em Sing” has an even deeper meaning.
“It’s a love song, and a rock song, in the same way that I love John Lennon and Paul McCartney,” Hanks says.
“We’ve written the song together, but in a rock context, and we just kind of brought that out and we went for it.”
As Hanks told Rolling Stone in 2015, “We were just trying to tell a love story that would resonate with people, but also be timeless, because it’s one of those songs that has a timeless appeal.”
“Let Us Sing” became a worldwide phenomenon.
Hanks’ band, the Rolling Stones, released it in 1968 as the lead single on their album, The Stones.
The song went on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for five weeks, and when it came out in 1973, it became a top 10 hit in the world.
In the same year, John Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono, released “Letters From a Young Woman” in which she shared lyrics to the Beatles song: “We’re the Beatles/We’re not the Beatles anymore.”
“It was a very powerful, powerful song,” Hardson says.
“[Ono] wrote this beautiful song about her love for her husband and her love of the Beatles.
She wrote it just to be able to share with him that they are alive, and he’s alive, as well.”
That same year on “Beatles Day,” Hartsons and his band also played “You’re The Best,” another Beatles song.
It also became a hit in Britain, where “Let You Rock” became the third most popular song of the 1970s.
“John was so excited about this song, because the Beatles were a huge influence on him and he was a huge fan of ‘You’re the Best,'” Hanks recalls.
“He would sit in the front row and sing it on the radio, and I would sit behind him and sing along.”
Hanks and the Stones also played a show together in the late 1970s at the Abbey Road Studios in London.
Hays said they recorded “Let There Be Rock” for their first album in the early 1980s, and that it was their most successful single.
“A lot of people think, ‘Well, this was recorded in 1978,'” Hays says.
But Hanks isn’t sure that’s true.
“That’s not true,” he says.
Instead, it could have been recorded in the summer of 1979, or in late 1978, or even in early 1979, according to Hanks, when he recorded “Here Comes the Sun.”
The album “Let Let It Be,” which was recorded on a studio at Abbey Road, didn’t come out until the spring of 1981.
Hartson says the album “was so influential that it didn’t have a single that came out until much later than that.”
“I think the most important song was probably ‘Let There Come Rock,’ because that was such a big hit and so influential,” Hays tells Rolling Stone.
Hinsons says it was this influence that led him to sing “Let” to the tune”
“You really felt like the Beatles had a huge impact on him,” Hells says.
Hinsons says it was this influence that led him to sing “Let” to the tune