9 thoughts on “ Maggie Mae - The Beatles - Let It Be (CD, Album)

  1. While “Maggie Mae” did not earn a place in the official running order of this album, the first Beatles ad-lib rendition of the song was included within the minute “Fly On The Wall” bonus disc that was compiled and edited by Kevin Howlett and Brian Thompson. The first and second chorus of the song was edited together and then let run.
  2. This later label expands the "Maggie Mae" credit to from "P.D." to "P.D. arr. Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, Starkey". Thanks to George Martin / Glyn Johns / Billy Preston / Harold Seider / Mal Davies / Peter Bown / Richard Hewson / Brian Rogers. Recorded in England/5(8).
  3. May 08,  · Maggie Mae Lyrics: Oh, dirty Maggie Mae, they have taken her away / And she never walk down Lime Street anymore / Oh, the judge he guilty found her for robbing a homeward bounder / That dirty no good.
  4. Let It Be Composed By – Lennon-McCartney: 7: Maggie Mae Composed By – P.D.* 8: I've Got A Feeling Composed By – Lennon-McCartney: 9: One After Composed By – Lennon-McCartney: The Long And Winding Road Composed By – Lennon-McCartney: For You Blue Composed By – Harrison* Get Back.
  5. A second ad-lib recorded between takes of ‘Two Of Us’, ‘Maggie Mae’ was taped during the Let It Be album sessions. A traditional Liverpool folk song about a prostitute who robbed a sailor, ‘Maggie May’ (as it is more commonly known) is believed to date from the early 19th century.
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  7. Maggie May was a bawdy old Liverpool folk song, which was popularised by the Viper Skiffle Group in , and a version of the song was included on the Beatles Let It Be album in Coincidentally, George Martin was the producer of both groups, and he later admitted that working with the musically untrained Vipers had been essential.
  8. "Maggie May" (or "Maggie Mae") (Roud ) is a traditional Liverpool folk song about a prostitute who robbed a "homeward bounder": a sailor coming home from a round trip. John Manifold, in his Penguin Australian Song Book, described it as "A foc'sle song of Liverpool origin apparently, but immensely popular among seamen all over the world". [2].

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