Here's another photograph of the Hamburg-era Beatles, this time onstage at the Star Club in 1962 with, I do believe, Pete Best still on drums and piano player Roy Young. If it is P.B. on drums, then this picture dates from one of the earlier Star Club engagements that year. . . before Ringo was brought into the band during the late summer.
Besides harder edged rock & roll, rockabilly, and R&B numbers, the Hamburg-era beatles included a number of 'poppier' tunes in their stage act. One of these songs was Take Good Care of My Baby by Bobby Vee from 1961. Click on the previous highlighted link to hear his version.
The Beatles committed a version of the same song to tape during the (in)famous Decca Auditions in January 1962 when they were inexplicably turned down for a record deal. George Harrison contributes a really nice lead vocal to this version of Take Good Care of My Baby. And like the previous post, The Beatles managed to breathe new life and depth into an otherwise unremarkable pop song.
Finally, for your listening and viewing pleasure, here's New York City's own Bambi Kino performing the song a few nights ago at the Indra Club on the Grosse Freiheit in Hamburg. I just love this. . . Enjoy!