9 thoughts on “ I Feel Fine - The Ventures - Knock Me Out! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Song information for I Feel Fine - The Ventures on AllMusic. Song information for I Feel Fine - The Ventures on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Ventures. The Ventures Knock Me Out! The Ventures. Walk Don't Run, Vol. 2/Ventures Knock Me Out! See For Miles Records:
  2. "I Feel Fine" was a typically first-class Beatles single, topping the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. It was distinguished from its predecessors by a more complex guitar sound, particularly in its introduction, a sustained plucked electric note that after a few seconds swelled in volume and buzzed like an electric razor.
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  4. Sure enough, they did, but re-named the ditty "Tomorrow's Love" and promptly took the songwriting credit, releasing it on their Knock Me Out LP. The Travelers were formerly known as The Gents when.
  5. I Feel Fine Lyrics: Baby's good to me, you know / She's happy as can be / You know she said so / I'm in love with her and I feel fine / Baby says she's mine, you know / She tells me all the time / You.
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  7. In , The Ventures included a cover of the song on their LP Knock Me Out. In , Chet Atkins released an instrumental cover on his album Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles. In , Alma Cogan released a version on her album Alma. In , Penny DeHaven released a Country version on a single only. In , country duo Sweethearts of the Rodeo released a cover of the song that reached the.
  8. Knock Me Out finds the surf music legends tackling mid-'60s classics like the Zombies' "She's Not There," the Everly Brothers' "Gone, Gone, Gone," and Lennon and McCartney's "I Feel Fine." As expected, the Ventures' reverb-drenched sound lends itself nicely to the album's.
  9. "The Ventures Knock Me Out!" was released in February of On this album, the Ventures included the classic lineup of Bob Bogle (bass guitar), Nokie Edwards (lead guitar), Don Wilson (rhythm guitar), and Mel Taylor (drums). The highlight of the album is the Ventures-style version of the Richard Rodgers song, "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue."/5(6).

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