Peter Sellers: Can't Buy Me Love

Peter Sellers: Can't Buy Me Love
In 1965 Peter Sellers recorded many different versions of Beatles songs, four of which were later released on 1993's "A Hard Day's Night" EP (which reached no. 52 in the UK charts), a taster of the four-CD boxset "A Celebration of Sellers". Here's the sleevenotes for this song:

This was another Beatles song to get the Sellers treatment and its meaning takes on a whole new dimension when we hear the two characters in this recording. The voice Sellers uses for the female character is reminiscent of the one he used for Crystal Jollybottom in his long run with radio[']s "Ray's A Laugh".

EMI Records owns the copyright.

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