1822! (Speech)

To begin with, the 1822! (Speech) is a track that appears on The Beatles’ 1994 album, “Live At The BBC”.

In Detail

Albums

Recorded: 23rd July, 1963
Release Date: 30th November, 1994 (UK) 5th December, 1994 (US)
Record Label: Apple
Speech Narrator: John Lennon
Track Duration: 10 seconds
Producer: George Martin

Track Source:

Live At The BBC

1822!

1822! (Speech) comes from The Beatles' album, Live At The BBC

Live At The BBC Album (1994)

To begin with, this speech track is only 10 seconds long. John Lennon, in his usual witty voice, says “This is a Dorsey Burnette number, brother of Johnny Burnette, called ‘Lonesome Tears in My Eyes’, recorded on their very first LP in 1822! (*all laugh*) Ha!”

Obviously Lennon’s speech precedes the track, “Lonesome Tears in My Eyes“. However, on the album it has a specific track number. In this case, it sits as track 11 on disc 2. Therefore we list this as a single item.

In their early days, The Beatles made many recordings for BBC Radio. This speech track is from the BBC’s “Pop Go the Beatles” airing on the 23rd of July 1963.

There is also a YouTube video available for a quick reference.

Fab Forum

The Cavern Club is our main blogging area full of information and titbits as well as trivia and a whole lot more. But, we also have a Beatles Forum as well. Our Fab Four Forum is absolutely massive and always active.

We have a Beatles’ Lounge as well as many other individual sections in which to open a debate. There are so many different forums, we couldn’t possibly list them all here. So, pop over to The Beatles Forum and join other like-minded people to have your say. You don’t have to be a Beatlemaniac to join the forum because we also have many “off-topic” forums as well.

So, you have two great places to post your views on The Beatles – The Cavern Club and The Beatles Forum!

Tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

About Bobby

I have been a Beatles fan since the early 1960s so I speak from my heart and soul. It was a pleasure to accept the role of Editor on The Beatles Forum when we left our old site. If you feel that something needs correcting with the information I provide, please contact me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *