In your column on single records, you mention a few by the Beatles to demonstrate their ability to pen superior “B-sides”. There are a couple of clarifications that need to be made.
You list “I Saw Her Standing There” as the B-side to “I Want To Hold Your Hand”. Although it was released this way by Capitol Records in the US, the “real” B-side on the official British EMI release was “This Boy”. “I Saw Her Standing There” was never intended for a single release.
You also list “Day Tripper” as the B-side to “We Can Work It Out”, when the official EMI release is actually the opposite.