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Beatles recording session to be recreated by Graham Coxon, Joss Stone and more
Musicians will take to Abbey Road studios to recreate the famous Please
Please Me studio session which produced the Beatles' debut album.
Performances from the studio will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 and a BBC
Four programme, The Beatles' Please Please Me - Re-making A Classic, will be
shown on Friday February 15.
The event, which will take place on February 11, is to mark the 50th
anniversary of a challenge set the Beatles by recording company EMI: to record
their debut album in one studio session. Contemporary artists are being tasked
with trying to cover the band's album within a day.
Blur guitarist and vocalist Graham Coxon, Manchester band I Am
Kloot and soul singer Joss Stone will be taking part alongside the Stereophonics
and Simply Red star Mick Hucknall.
Singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, whose career took off after she posted covers
of pop songs on YouTube, will be performing There's A Place as the first track
of the day. Ten further artists and bands will attempt to perform the other 13
songs from Please Please Me before collaborating on Twist and Shout at 10.30pm.
Please Please Me was released in March 1963 and went to number one in the UK
album charts in May, where it stayed for 30 weeks before being replaced by the
Beatles' second studio album, With the Beatles. BBC Four, Radio 2 and 6 Music
are celebrating the album over a two-week period called The Golden Age of the