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TitleTake Out Some Insurance On Me Baby (aka If You Love Me Baby) (fake stereo Atco mix)
ArtistThe Beatles with Tony Sheridan
VocalsTony Sheridan Authorship  Singleton/Hall Time  0:02:55 Recorded  06/24/1961 Order in day8
Initally released onLP: Ain't She Sweet (stereo) Release date10/05/1964 Release StatusOfficial
Primary location in my collectionLP: The Amazing Beatles & Other Great English Group Sounds (stereo)
Atco's mix is an edit of the original German mono mix and adds new guitar, drums and harmonica. The edit removes 'some goddamn' from the line near the end where Tony sings 'ooh some goddamn insurance on me baby'. Originally a blues hit by Jimmy Reed. Atlantic sweetened the original recording with additional overdubs by session musicians (likely Bernard Purdie - drums and Cornell Dupree - guitar).

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