|A1||Get Out And Get Under (He'd Have To)|
|A2||You Made Me Love You|
|A3||That's My Weakness Now|
|A4b||Everybody Loves My Baby|
|A4c||I Love My Baby|
|A5b||Down At The Old Bull And Bush|
|A5c||Saturday Night At The Crown|
|A6||Ain't She Sweet|
|B1||Gruezi Wohl, Frau Stirnimaa!|
|B2||Second Hand Rose|
|B3||I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)|
|B5||South Rampard Street Parade|
|B6a||Scotland The Brave|
|B6b||I Love A Lassie|
|B6c||Stop Yer Tickling Jock|
Ain't She Sweet" is a song composed by Milton Ager, with lyrics by Jack Yellen. It was published in 1927 by Edwin H. Morris & Co. In. Warner Bros. It became popular in the first half of the 20th century and typified the Roaring Twenties. Like "Happy Days Are Here Again" (1929), it became a Tin Pan Alley standard. Both Ager and Yellen were elected to the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Ain't She Sweet was an American album featuring four tracks recorded in Hamburg in 1961 by The Beatles featuring Tony Sheridan (except for the title song with vocal by John Lennon) and cover versions of Beatles and British Invasion-era songs recorded by the Swallows. As Atlantic Records only had rights to four Sheridan/Beatle recordings recorded by Polydor Records, they filled the rest of the album with Beatle and British Invasion cover songs. All performances by Tony Sheridan with The Beatles as a backing band unless otherwise indicated. Ain't She Sweet" (performed by The Beatles), music by Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen). Sweet Georgia Brown".
Unfettered by notions of glamour, she was so self-critical that her style could be said to have arisen, in part, from a sense of humility, something markedly absent from the performance personalities of her contemporaries Ruth Etting and Ethel Waters. Hanshaw handled most songs with an easy and pleasantly stylized candor. Examples on this collection include "I'm Gonna Meet My Sweetie Now," "Mine All Mine," and "Ain't He Sweet," with lyrics specially adapted to suit the perceived needs of gender specificity. What Do I Care" underwent no such alteration, and the result might easily be enjoyed as a tribute to women who prefer the company of women.
Ain't She Sweet" was an American album featuring four tracks recorded in Hamburg in 1961 by The Beatles featuring Tony Sheridan (except for the title song with vocal by John Lennon) and cover versions of Beatles and British Invasion-era songs recorded by The Swallows.
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Ain't She Sweet appeared on Gene Vincent's first album, Blue Jean Bop in 1956 and it featured in the Beatles live set for a number of years right up to 1962
Ain't She Sweet? (1964). Album by The Beatles. Ain't She Sweet? is a cover of. Ain't She Sweet by Lou Gold & His Orchestra (1927).