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My first record at age 3 was "We Can Work it Out"

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Last post 29/01/2022

Posted by Beatles4Ever

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      My parents were young when I was born so I grew up with them, listening to the Beatles and later Wings.  My first 45 single was "We Can Work it Out" and I played it on my little plastic record player every day when I was 3.  Then my parents gave me more 45 records like "Paperback Writer", "Yesterday" and "Michelle"   I grew up listening and now I am a musician and singer myself, and I wouldn't be making music without Paul and the Beatles. 

        solitairemiles@gmail.com wrote:

        My parents were young when I was born so I grew up with them, listening to the Beatles and later Wings.  My first 45 single was "We Can Work it Out" and I played it on my little plastic record player every day when I was 3.  Then my parents gave me more 45 records like "Paperback Writer", "Yesterday" and "Michelle"   I grew up listening and now I am a musician and singer myself, and I wouldn't be making music without Paul and the Beatles. 

        Cool.  Great introduction to the Beatles.  I did not know, however, that "Michelle" was ever on any 45 record.  What was on the flip side, if I may ask?