I do love "Any Time At All". It perfectly combines the loud, joyous immediacy and the fragile romanticism which together hallmarked the whole Hard Day's Night experience in one sparkling two minute offering. One of their most pugnacious, "in your face" recordings, brimming with energy and melody....why they never performed it live is a mystery; it's one of the best tracks off one of their best albums. I can't recall ever hearing it on the radio either.... I think it's stood the test of time well by avoiding overexposure. Very Beatley without being over familiar....if you had to play a track to a newcomer to The Beatles which encapsulated all that was fresh and wonderful about the 1964 moptops, you could hardly do better than this. FAB!!