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THE BEATLES

IN THE STUDIO & IN CONCERT 1962 - 1966

LIMITED DELUXE EDITION

FOUR ALBUM COLLECTION ON 10-INCH COLOURED VINYL IN GATEFOLD COVERS

PLUS 148-PAGE BOOK: THE MAGICAL HISTORY TOUR

AND DOCUMENTARY FILM DOWNLOAD 

This is the powerful anthology of the Beatles during the halcyon years from 1962 to 1966 when they were still working as a cohesive unit; touring, recording and broadcasting live on air. 

This deluxe four album edition is presented on 10-inch red splatter and blue coloured vinyl, with the individual albums housed in gatefold sleeves, all presented in a heavy-weight card slip case.

Inludes a suite of amazing extras: 

  • A2 Fold-Out Record Store Beatles Poster
  • The Beatles - At Shea Stadium Exclusive Interview with the late Sid Bernstein
  • The Beatles - A Magical History Tour - Full Length E-Book
  • The Beatles – A Magical History Tour Documentary Film featuring the candid recollections of those who lived and worked with the Beatles.

Also included is a 148-page book which tells the inside story of the Beatles as told by those who lived and worked with the Beatles in the studio, on the road and in concert during the years 1960-1966 when the Beatles were performing as a live act.

 

Track Listings: 

 

 

THE RED ALBUM YEARS 1962-1966: 10-INCH DOUBLE ALBUM ON SPLATTER VINYL

Side A

  1. Love Me Do
  2. I Saw Her Standing There
  3. Can't Buy Me Love
  4. From Me to You
  5. She Loves You
  6. All My Loving
  7. Please Please Me 
  • Track 1 - Original Version Ringo Starr on Drums,
  • Track 2 - Abbey Road Takes 6 & 10
  • Track 3 - Festival Hall, Melbourne 17th June 1964
  • Track 4 - The Ed Sullivan Show - Deauville Hotel Miami, 17th June 1964
  • Tracks 5-6 The Ed Sullivan Show - Studio 50, New York, 9th Feb 1964
  • Track 7 - BBC Saturday Club 15th March 1963 

Side B

  1. Twist and Shout
  2. Things We Said Today
  3. You Can't Do That
  4. This Boy
  5. Long Tall Sally 
  • All Tracks - Festival Hall, Melbourne 17th June 1964 except Track 2 - Blackpool 19th July 1964 

Side C

  1. A Hard Day's Night
  2. I Feel Fine
  3. Ticket to Ride
  4. Yesterday
  5. Help!
  • All Tracks - Blackpool 1st August 1965 except Track 1 - Blackpool 19th July 1964 

Side D

  1. She's A Woman
  2. Day Tripper
  3. Nowhere Man
  4. Paperback Writer
  5. I'm Down 
  • Track 1 - Abbey Road, Take 2
  • Tracks 2-4 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo 30th June 1966,
  • Track 5 - Blackpool 1st August 1965

 

 

THE LOST STUDIO TAPES 1962-1964: 10-INCH DOUBLE ALBUM ON BLUE VINYL

Side A

  1. Money (That's What I Want)
  2. Till There Was You
  3. To Know Her Is To Love Her
  4. Take Good Care Of My Baby
  5. Memphis Tennessee
  6. Sure To Fall (In Love With You) 

Side B

  1. Crying Waiting Hoping
  2. Love Of The Loved
  3. September In The Rain
  4. Besame Mucho
  5. Till There Was You
  6. My Bonnie

Side C

  1. Love Me Do
  2. S. I Love You
  3. There's A Place (Take 2)
  4. I Saw Her Standing There (Takes 6 & 10)
  5. Misery (Take 6)
  6. Thank You Girl Takes 4 & 12) 

Side D

  1. Don't Bother Me (Take 10)
  2. Hold Me Tight (Take 28)
  3. A Hard Day's Night (Take 7)
  4. I'm A Loser (Take 8)
  5. What You're Doing (Take 11)
  6. She's A Woman (Take 2)

 

  

THE MAGICAL HISTORY TOUR: 148-PAGE BOOK

Included in this unique anthology of eye-witness accounts are the personal and very candid recollections of: 

  • Pete Best, the original drummer
  • Allan Williams, the Beatles’ first manger
  • Sid Bernstein, promoter of the Shea Stadium concerts
  • Norman Smith, the studio engineer who recorded the Beatles in Abbey Road
  • Tony Bramwell, the ever-present Beatles roadie
  • Andy White, the drummer chosen by George Martin to record Love Me Do
  • Tony Barrow, writer of the Beatles record sleeve notes
  • Geoffrey Ellis, manager of Brian Epstein’s NEMS empire

 

Release date: 6th April 2021

 

 

 

 

 

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