Limited seven inch vinyl pressing. The story of The Beatles first single and The Smithereens re-creation On September 11th, 1962, Scottish session Drummer Andy White was called to EMI Studios at 3 Abbey Road in London. Producer George Martin did not approve of Ringo Starr's drumming for studio work. It was the norm at that time to have a specialist studio drummer who knew the ways of studio work. This was the only time White played with the Beatles, but it was enough to get him 'into the history books'. Fast forward to 2008, Beatles expert Tom Frangione introduced White to the Smithereens. The band asked White to record with them on their next Beatles tribute album at their House of Vibes recording studio in Highland Park, NJ. 'P.S. I Love You' was released late in 2008 on B-Sides the Beatles; 'Love Me Do' was recorded, but not released until now.