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Island resident could have penned Beatles' first number one

Oddagh cummaltagh Ellanagh er screeu yn chied 'earroo nane' son ny Beatles

Arrane screeuit ec cummaltagh Ellanagh, oddagh eh er ve ny hit earroo nane ec ny Beatles - shen cordail rish y jantagh-kereneen, George Martin marroo.

Ayns shenn whaaltys, dooyrt eh dy re 'How Do You Do It?' v'eh laccal dy ve ny chied hit mooar ec ny Beatles - she arrane screeuit ec Mitch Murray v'ayn.

Agh, dooyrt Martin, smooinee yn possan-kiaullee nagh nee yn style v'ocsyn v'ayn.


Island resident could have penned Beatles' first number one

A song wriiten by an Island resident could have been the Beatle's number one hit - according to late record producer George Martin.

The 'fifth Beatle' - famous for his work with the Liverpool outfit - died last week at the age of 90.

In an archived interview, he said he wanted the band's first big hit to be 'How Do You Do It?', a track penned by Mitch Murray.

However, Martin revealed the band felt it didn't fit their style.

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