That's great! I always thought She Loves You was one of the best early songs. Right up there with all the other greats!
I think so too I always liked She Loves You even better than I Want To Hold Your Hand although that is great too.And it's amazing that The Beatles sounded as good as they did live on the very primitive limited sound systems they had at the time,George Harrison says in The Beatles Anthology video series that special 100 watt amplifiers were made for their August 1965 Shea stadium concerts and that they went up from the only 30 watts they had before.And they had no feedback monitors so they couldn't even hear themselves singing and playing,but they amazingly sang and played in sync with each other anyway.But they were so great that they would have even sounded good playing out of a cave! No one could have sounded great though on those sound systems,it was impossible.
And I always loved this very early John song written and recorded in 1962 Ask Me Why.
I have always loved this great beautiful song written by John,with such typical beautiful melodies and harmonies John and Paul usually wrote,and John's usual beautiful singing voice.And this was amazingly recorded in 1962 on only two track tape! with such limited,primitive recording technology but it of course still sounds great.Except I hate mono it's limited sounding and only makes their already limited recording technology sound even more limited.I tried to find the stereo version of this song on here but I couldn't find it on youtube.
Here university of Pennsylvania musicologist Alan W.Pollack who did an 11 year extensive analysis of every one of the 200 Beatles songs,analyzes Ask Me Why and explains that it's structurally complex.http://www.icce.rug.nl/~soundscapes/DATABASES/AWP/amw.shtml