Can’t Buy Me Love: The Beatles 1964

This was a great year for The Beatles and we get to wish a Happy Birthyear to Christer, Splendid and Birgit.

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12 Comments on “Can’t Buy Me Love: The Beatles 1964”

  1. olof1 Says:

    Two great songs from a great group!

  2. Birgit Says:

    Thanks 🙂
    Great songs.

    Btw, Germanys No 1 in 1964
    was by swedish singer Siw Malmkvist.
    We love scandinavian female singers.

    • Kat Says:

      I understood only MY Darling, but I do like the music and her voice.

      The song has a perfect 60’s sound. Thanks!

      • olof1 Says:

        She’s still extremely popular in Germany! We do like her very much too but compared to Germany we’re luke warm 🙂


  3. Kat Says:

    I hadn’t ever heard of her.

    • olof1 Says:

      I don’t think she ever even thought of trying the USA. She was so big in Scandinavia and Germany that she most probably didn’t feel a need to become even bigger 🙂 But it is a bit funny becayse lots of scandinavian singers has hve become very big in Germany.

      • Birgit Says:

        agree, too busy over here 😉
        She and Wencke Myhre (Norway) and Gitte Haenning (Denmark)
        were popular over nearly 4 decades.
        Especially the female scandinavian singers were more
        self-confident and funnier than our own Schlager-stars
        and average-60s-housewives.
        I think we desperately needed them as female role-models 😉

        (Songtitle translated: “Lovesickness is Not Worthwhile my darling”,
        – the typical love-grief-stuff…)

  4. Kat Says:

    Thanks, Birgit, for the title translation.

    Her voice did have that 60’s vibe to it.

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