Live at the Star Club in Hamburg, recorded with a Grundig mono machine with one handheld microphone. The official Beatles version was the first track on their debut album in '63. Written by Paul while enjoying a break in London with 17 year old Celia Mortimer ("She was just seventeen, You know what I mean..."). It's a Beatles song for sure, although "How could I dance with another, Since I saw you standing there" follows the same melody and metrum as "I want to be in that number, When the saints go marching in"!
Swifts [as C'est gagné]
Johnny Kendall & The Heralds [as Sinds Ik Jou Daar Zag Staan]
Johnny Hallyday [as Quand je t'ai vue devant moi]
Hounds [Finnish band as Kun Hanet Nahda Sain]
Elton John & John Lennon [live in Madison Square Garden, NY]
Tiffany [top 10 US as I Saw Him Standing There]
Kris & Koen Wauters [as Nummer 10 on cd Huray For Belgium]
Right in the middle of Beatlemania, the Hamburg tapes were presented to Brian Epstein, but he only offered 20 £. BUK records made a better deal. They even spend 50.000 £ to clean up the tapes. The Beatles were unsuccessful in trying to block the release.