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This History of British Rock is the most exhaustive and essential overview of '60s British pop/rock available. Although the collection doesn't include tracks from the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Herman's Hermits, the Dave Clark Five, and the early Animals, their absence doesn't hurt the series, since it spotlights several artists who never had more than a handful of hits, plus many forgotten gems. And there are plenty of major acts here, as well: The Kinks, the Small Faces, the Yardbirds, Donovan, the Hollies, the Zombies, the Spencer Davis Group, the Searchers, Manfred Mann, and Them are all represented by their best-known tracks. The collection runs from the beginnings of Merseybeat to the aftermath of psychedelia, meaning that it chronicles the evolution of British pop/rock quite effectively. But The History of British Rock shouldn't be thought of as simply an educational overview of one of the most vital eras of pop; each volume is fun and exciting, and sounds more like a good time than a history lesson. The series is one of the cornerstones of any comprehensive pop/rock collection. (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide)
Arwork included.

The British Invasion - History of British Rock, Vol. 1



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01. You Really Got Me - The Kinks,
02. How Do You Do It? - Gerry & the Pacemakers
03. Nobody I Know - Peter & Gordon
04. I'm Telling You Now - Freddie & the Dreamers
05. She's Not There - The Zombies
06. Little Children - Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas
07. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying - Gerry & the Pacemakers
08. Hippy Hippy Shake - The Swinging Blue Jeans
09. Bad to Me - Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas
10. Yesterday's Gone - Chad & Jeremy
11. For Your Love - The Yardbirds
12. Have I the Right? - The Honeycombs
13. Needles and Pins - The Searchers
14. World Without Love - Peter & Gordon
15. I'm Gonna Love You Too - The Hullaballoos
16. Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost
17. Funny How Love Can Be - The Ivy League
18. It's Alright - Adam Faith
19. Tip of My Tongue - Tommy Quickly
20. He's in Town - The Rockin' Berries

Vol 2

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01. All Day and All of the Night - The Kinks
02. Do Wah Diddy Diddy - Manfred Mann, Manfred Mann
03. I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer
04. I Like It - Gerry & the Pacemakers
05. Summer Song - Chad & Jeremy
06. Don't Throw Your Love Away - The Searchers
07. Catch the Wind - Donovan
08. Heart Full of Soul - The Yardbirds
09. You're My World - Cilla Black
10. I Don't Want to See You Again - Peter & Gordon
11. I'm Alive - The Hollies, The Hollies
12. You Were Made for Me - Freddie & the Dreamers
13. Tell Her No - The Zombies
14. I'll Be There - Gerry & the Pacemakers
15. To Know You Is to Love You - Peter & Gordon
16. Good Golly Miss Molly - The Swinging Blue Jeans
17. Bad Time - The Roulettes
18. Poor Man's Son - The Rockin' Berries
19. That's Why I'm Crying - The Ivy League
20. I Love You - The Zombies

Vol 3

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01. Love Potion No. 9 - The Searchers
02. It's Gonna Be Alright - Gerry & the Pacemakers
03. From a Window - Billy J. Kramer
04. Willow Weep for Me - Chad & Jeremy
05. Sha La La - Manfred Mann
06. Tired of Waiting for You - The Kinks
07. I'll Never Find Another You - The Seekers
08. Bus Stop - The Hollies, The Hollies
09. Wild Thing - The Troggs
10. I'm a Man - The Yardbirds
11. True Love Ways - Peter & Gordon
12. Do the Freddie - Freddie & the Dreamers
13. I Go to Pieces - Peter & Gordon
14. Colours - Donovan
15. Tossin' and Turnin' - The Ivy League
16. In the Hall of the Mountain King - Sounds Incorporated
17. I'll Keep on Holding On - The Action
18. She's Coming Home - The Zombies
19. Making Time - The Creation
20. I Remember When I Loved Her - The Zombies

Vol 4

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01. Shapes of Things - The Yardbirds
02. Well Respected Man - The Kinks
03. Stop, Stop, Stop - The Hollies
04. Trains and Boats and Planes - Billy J. Kramer
05. Whenever You're Ready - The Zombies
06. Keep on Running - The Spencer Davis Group
07. Universal Soldier - Donovan
08. You Turn Me On (Turn on Song) - Ian Whitcomb
09. Ferry Cross the Mersey - Gerry & the Pacemakers
10. Gimme Some Lovin' - The Spencer Davis Group
11. Pay You Back With Interest - The Hollies
12. Pretty Flamingo - Manfred Mann
13. All Night Stand - Thoughts
14. Lady Godiva - Peter & Gordon
15. Just Out of Reach - The Zombies
16. Painter Man - The Creation
17. Georgy Girl - The Seekers
18. Take a Heart - The Sorrows
19. With a Girl Like You - The Troggs
20. Woman - Peter & Gordon

Vol 5

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01. Ain't She Sweet - The Beatles         
02. Telstar - The Tornadoes         
03. Shout - Lulu & The Luvers         
04. Some Other Guy - The Big Three         
05. Yeh, Yeh - Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames         
06. My Bonnie - The Beatles With Tony Sheridan         
07. Everything's Alright - The Mojos         
08. Downtown - Petula Clark         
09. Game Of Love - Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders         
10. Baby, Please Don't Go - Them         
11. Road Runner - The Pretty Things         
12. Diane - The Bachelors         
13. It's Not Unusual - Tom Jones         
14. Gloria - Them         
15. Go Now! - The Moody Blues         
16. I Think Of You - The Merseybeats         
17. I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield         
18. You've Got Your Troubles - The Fortunes         
19. Sunshine Superman - Donovan         
20. Before And After - Chad & Jeremy

Vol 6

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01. Concrete And Clay - Unit 4+2         
02. Look Through Any Window - The Hollies         
03. Here Comes The Night - Them         
04. Wishin' And Hopin' - Dusty Springfield         
05. Make It Easy On Yourself - The Walker Bros.         
06. It's Just A Little Bit To Late - Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders         
07. Sha-La-La-La-Lee - Small Faces         
08. I Know A Place - Petula Clark         
09. Marie - The Bachelors         
10. Come Tomorrow - Manfred Mann         
11. Mystic Eyes - Them         
12. Here Comes My Baby - The Tremeloes         
13. Baby, Now That I've Found You - The Foundations         
14. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - The Silkie         
15. This Strange Effect - Dave Berry         
16. My Mind's Eye - Small Faces         
17. To Sir With Love - Lulu         
18. On A Carousel - The Hollies         
19. When The Night Falls - The Eyes         
20. A Groovy Kind Of Love - The Mindbenders

Vol 7

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01. Friday On My Mind - The Easybeats         
02. Black Is Black - Los Bravos         
03. Mellow Yellow - Donovan         
04. Smashed! Blocked! - John's Children         
05. Pamela, Pamela - Wayne Fontana         
06. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Dusty Springfield         
07. Everyone's Gone To The Moon - Jonathan King         
08. My Love - Petula Clark         
09. Girl On A Swing - Gerry & The Pacemakers         
10. My Friend Jack - The Smoke         
11. All Or Nothing - Small Faces         
12. See See Rider - Eric Burdon & The Animals         
13. The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) - The Walker Bros.         
14. Carrie-Anne - The Hollies         
15. A Man With Money - Wild Uncertainty         
16. To Love Somebody - The Bee Gees         
17. Silence Is Golden - The Tremeloes         
18. Sorrow - The Merseys         
19. Teenage Failure - Chad & Jeremy         
20. Winchester Cathedral - The New Vaudeville Band

Vol 8

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01. I'm A Man - The Spencer Davis Group         
02. Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream         
03. Kites - Simon Dupree & The Big Sound         
04. Dear Eloise - The Hollies         
05. Love Is All Around - The Troggs         
06. Matthew And Son - Cat Stevens         
07. Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan         
08. When I Was Young - Eric Burdon & The Animals         
09. A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum         
10. Desdemona - John's Children         
11. My White Bicycle - Tomorrow         
12. Conquistador - Procol Harum         
13. Flowers In The Rain - The Move         
14. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones) - The Bee Gees        
15. Pictures Of Matchstick Men - Status Quo         
16. San Franciscan Nights - Eric Burdon & The Animals         
17. We Are The Moles - The Moles         
18. The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde - Georgie Fame         
19. Knight In Rusty Armour - Peter & Gordon         
20. Nights In White Satin - The Moody Blues

Vol 9

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01. Fire - The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown         
02. White Room - Cream         
03. I've Gotta Get A Message To You - The Bee Gees         
04. Sky Pilot-Pt. I - Eric Burdon & The Animals         
05. Reflections Of My Life - The Marmalade         
06. Something In The Air - Thunderclap Newman         
07. Zabadak - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich         
08. I Don't Want Our Loving To Die - The Herd         
09. Rainbow Chaser - Nirvana         
10. Atlantis - Donovan
11. Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress) - The Hollies         
12. Hush - Deep Purple         
13. With A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker         
14. Words - The Bee Gees         
15. Dance In The Smoke - Argent    
16. Lalena - Donovan         
17. (I Know) I'm Losing You - Rod Stewart With Faces         
18. Build Me Up Buttercup - The Foundations         
19. Smile A Little Smile For Me - The Flying Machine         
20. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother - The Hollies
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The Appletree Theatre was a studio group of American musicians who released the album Playback in 1967. The project was set up by brothers Terry and John Boylan, with leading jazz session musicians including Larry Coryell and Eric Gale. The album was essentially a loosely-woven concept album, comprising a collage of interlaced vocal narratives, sound effects, song fragments, and quality pop songs such as "Hightower Square" and "I Wonder If Louise Is Home". It was issued on the Verve Forecast label, and was finally reissued on CD in 2007. John Lennon referred to it as one of his favourite albums. In the wake of the set's commercial failure Terry went solo, releasing three albums as a singer/songwriter, while John reappeared as a member of the short-lived Hamilton Streetcar before turning his attention to production with the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, and others.

01 - Altogether Overture - In The Beginning - Hightower Square
02 - Lullaby
03 - Saturday Morning
04 - Nevertheless It Was Italy
05 - I Wonder If Louise Is Home
06 - Chez Louise
07 - 'e' Train
08 - Meanwhile-Brother Speed
09 - You're The Biggest Thing
10 - Don't Blame It On Your Wife
11 - Sorry State Of Staying Awake
12 - Barefoot Boy
13 - Lotus Flower
14 - What A Way To Go

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Recorded live at San Francisco's The Matrix in May 1967 while they were still called The Sparrow, a Canadian Sixties blues-rock band, evolved out of Jack London & The Sparrows and later morphed into Steppenwolf. This is some powerful, bluesy garage rock. Early versions of some songs later done as Steppenwolf (Power Play, Tighten Up Your Wig, Corinna, Corinna and The Pusher), and a couple covers of songs by John Lee Hooker & Howlin' Wolf. Great sound quality for a 1967 live recording. The version of The Pusher on this is 21 minutes long. About half of that though is an extended psychedelic improvisation.

01 - Power Play
02 - Howlin' For My Darlin'
03 - I'm Goin' Upstairs
04 - Corina, Corina
05 - Tighten Up Your Wig
06 - The Pusher

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Spooky Tooth are an English progressive rock band principally active, with intermittent breakups, between 1967 to 1974. In recent years, the band has been reconstituted at various points, and continues to perform occasionally. Crucial to their sound was their instrumentation; they were one of the few acts within the rock forum of the time to adopt the twin keyboard approach (both an organ and a piano player) alongside The Band (whose "The Weight" was recorded by Spooky Tooth as a single in 1968), Procol Harum, and Mott the Hoople. They formed in October 1967, out of a combination of The Ramrods (1960 - late 1963), The V.I.P.'s (late 1963 - April 1967) and Art (April — October 1967). The line-up changed several times, but typically was Mike Harrison (keyboards/vocals), Greg Ridley (bass guitar/vocals), Luther (Luke) Grosvenor (guitar/vocals), Mike Kellie (drums), and Gary Wright (organ/vocals). They formed in October 1967, out of a combination of The Ramrods (1960 - late 1963), The V.I.P.'s (late 1963 - April 1967) and Art (April — October 1967). It's All About is the 1968  debut album of the band. The album was originally released in England by Island Records. The American version of the album, entitled Spooky Tooth, was originally released on Bell in 1968. It was reissued in 1971 as Tobacco Road.

01 - Society's Child
02 - Love Really Changed Me
03 - Here I Lived So Well
04 - Too Much Of Nothing
05 - Sunshine Help Me
06 - It's All About A Roundabout
07 - Tobacco Road
08 - It Hurts You So
09 - Forget It, I Got It
10 - Bubbles

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Skip Bifferty was a rock  band formed in early 1966, when The Chosen Few (Featuring Alan Hull, later of Lindisfarne) from Newcastle upon Tyne changed their name and got a new singer, Graham Bell. Their outings on vinyl were few and far between, but included the much re-issued 1967 album Skip Bifferty, recently released with bonus Radio tracks as "The Story of Skip Bifferty" on Sanctuary Records. Some of their songs were covered by established artistes such as Cilla Black, The Tremeloes and The Kingsmen ("Louie Louie"). They had a following on the "live" circuit and are remembered with great affection. Their manager was Don Arden, father of Sharon Osbourne. They went through some personnel changes (Paul Nichols drums on Heavy Jelly). Bassist Colin Gibson went on to work with Ginger Baker, Bert Jansch, Alvin Lee, Van Morrison amongst others. John Turnbull  and Mick Gallagher reappeared in 1977 as The Blockheads, backing Ian Dury.

01 - Money Man
02 - Jeremy Carabine
03 - When She Comes To Stay
04 - Guru
05 - Come Around
06 - Time Track
07 - Gas Board Under Dog
08 - Inside The Secret
09 - Orange Lace
10 - Planting Bad Seeds
11 - Yours For At Least 24
12 - Follow The Path Of The Stars
13 - Prince Germany The First
14 - Clearway 51

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Strawberry Alarm Clock - 1968 - Wake up Its Tomorrow



Strawberry Alarm Clock is a psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles best known for their 1967 hit "Incense and Peppermints". The group took its name as an homage to the Beatles' psychedelic hit "Strawberry Fields Forever", reportedly, at the suggestion of their record company Uni Records. They are often thought of as a "one-hit wonder" and were instrumental in the development of bubblegum pop music in the United States. Wake Up...It's Tomorrow is the second album by Strawberry Alarm Clock. It is the last album to feature the classic Incense and Peppermints lineup.The album features two charted hits: "Tomorrow" (#23, the group's second and last Top 40 record) and "Sit With The Guru" (#65). The mono single and stereo LP versions of "Tomorrow" and "Sit With The Guru" are noticeably different mixes, particularly in the organ and lead guitar arrangements

01 - Nightmare Of Percussion
02 - Soft Skies No Lies
03 - Tomorrow
04 - They Saw The Fat One Coming
05 - Curse Of The Witches
06 - Sit With The Guru
07 - Go Back Youre Going The Wrong Way
08 - Pretty Song From Psych-Out
09 - Sitting On A Star
10 - Black Butter Past
11 - Black Butter Present
12 - Black Butter Future
13 - Tomorrow
14 - Sit With The Guru

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Strawberry Alarm Clock - 1969 - Good Morning Starshine



Good Morning Starshine LP, last of the band, failed to sell. The title track "Good Morning Starshine", from the musical Hair, produced by Julius Zabadak, limped to #87 in 1969 but was beat out by Oliver's version which scored the big hit.

01 - Me And The Township
02 - Off Ramp Road Tramp
03 - Small Package
04 - Hog Child
05 - Miss Attraction
06 - Good Morning Starshine
07 - Miss Attraction
08 - Write Your Name In Gold
09 - (You Put Me On) Standby
10 - Dear Joy
11 - Changes

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The Banana Splits Adventure Hour was an hour-long, packaged television program that featured both live action and animated segments. The Banana Splits' bubblegum pop rock and roll was provided by studio professionals, including Joey Levine ("I Enjoy Being a Boy", "It's a Good Day for a Parade"); Al Kooper ("You're the Lovin' End"); Barry White ("Doin' the Banana Split"); Gene Pitney ("Two Ton Tessie") and Jimmy Radcliffe provided his songs ("I'm Gonna Find A Cave", "Soul", "Don't Go Away Go-Go Girl", "Adam Had 'Em" and "The Show Must Go On") but did not contribute vocals to Splits recordings. The music director was music publisher Aaron Schroeder while production duties were mainly handled by David Mook. In 1968, The Banana Splits released this album titled We're the Banana Splits. The show’s theme song, titled "The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)", released as a single, peaked at number 97 on Billboard's Top 100 in February 1969.

01 - We're The Banana Splits
02 - I'm Gonna Find A Cave
03 - This Spot
04 - Doin' The Banana Split
05 - Toy Piano Melody
06 - Soul
07 - The Tra La La Song
08 - Wait Til Tomorrow
09 - You're The Lovin' End
10 - In New Orleans
11 - Two-Ton Tessie
12 - Don't Go Away - Go-Go Girl

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The Beatles - 1963 - With The Beatles

With The Beatles is the second studio album by The Beatles. It was released in November 1963 on Parlophone, and was recorded four months after the band's debut Please Please Me. The album features eight original compositions (seven by Lennon/McCartney, as well as George Harrison's first composition) and six covers (mostly of Motown  and R&B hits). Most of the songs from the album were released in the United States as Meet The Beatles! on 20 January 1964, and the remaining that were not, featured on their next US album, The Beatles' Second Album.

01 - It Won't Be Long
02 - All I've Got To Do
03 - All My Loving
04 - Don't Bother Me
05 - Little Child
06 - Till There Was You
07 - Please Mister Postman
08 - Roll Over Beethoven
09 - Hold Me Tight
10 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
11 - I Wanna Be Your Man
12 - Devil In Her Heart
13 - Not A Second Time
14 - Money

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The Beatles - 1963 - The Alternate With The Beatles



Session outtakes, alternate mixes and live performances.

01 - It Won´t Be Long
02 - All I´ve Got To Do
03 - All My Loving
04 - Don´t Bother Me
05 - Little Child
06 - Till There Was You
07 - Please Mister Postman
08 - Roll Over Beethoven
09 - Hold Me Tight
10 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
11 - I Wanna Be Your Man
12 - Devil In Her Heart
13 - Not A Second Time
14 - Money
15 - It Won´t Be Long
16 - All My Loving
17 - Don´t Bother Me
18 - Don´t Bother Me
19 - Please Mister Postman
20 - Please Mister Postman
21 - Hold Me Tight
22 - Money
23 - Money
24 - All My Loving
25 - Till There Was You
26 - Roll Over Beethoven
27 - I Wanna Be Your Man
28 - Money
29 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
30 - Devil In Her Heart
31 - Money

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Live performances from 1963 and 1964

Disc 1

101 - From Me To You
102 - Twist And Shout
103 - I Saw Her Standing There
104 - She Loves You
105 - Intro
106 - From Me To You
107 - I'll Get You
108 - She Loves You
109 - Twist And Shout
110 - Outro
111 - Intro
112 - I Saw Her Standing There
113 - From Me To You
114 - Money (That's What I Want)
115 - Roll Over Beethoven
116 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
117 - She Loves You
118 - Twist And Shout
119 - Intro
120 - She Loves You
121 - Twist And Shout
122 - I Saw Her Standing There
123 - Long Tall Sally
124 - Outro
125 - From Me To You
126 - She Loves You
127 - Til There Was You
128 - Twist And Shout
129 - Outro
130 - I Saw Her Standing There
131 - From Me To You
132 - She Loves You
133 - Twist And Shout
134 - From Me To You (Reprise)
135 - Intro
136 - This Boy
137 - All My Loving
138 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
139 - Not Like It Was In Your Day
140 - Moonlight Bay
141 - Outro [Morecambe And Wise]

Disc 2

201 - From Me To You
202 - I Saw Her Standing There
203 - All My Loving
204 - Roll Over Beethoven
205 - Boys
206 - Till There Was You
207 - She Loves You
208 - This Boy
209 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
210 - Money
211 - Twist And Shout
212 - From Me To You (Reprise)
213 - Intro
214 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
215 - This Boy
216 - All My Loving
217 - Money
218 - Twist And Shout
219 - Outro
220 - From Me To You
221 - From Me To You
222 - I Saw Her Standing There
223 - This Boy Intro
224 - Twist And Shout
225 - From Me To You (Reprise)
226 - Long Tall Sally
227 - From Me To You (Reprise)
228 - From Me To You
229 - She Loves You
230 - This Boy
231 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
232 - Twist And Shout
233 - From Me To You (Reprise)
234 - Long Tall Sally
235 - From Me To You (Reprise)

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Immediately after sessions for the Please Please Me album, The Beatles went back on the road  for nightly live  shows and the  second leg of  the tour, which had begun  2  February, with  Helen  Shapiro headlining.  Brian  Epstein had  booked engagements for  the band  every day  Immediately after  sessions for the Please Please Me album, The  Beatles went back on  the road for nightly  live shows and  the second leg of  the tour,  which had  begun 2  February, with  Helen Shapiro headlining.  Brian  Epstein  had  booked  engagements  for  the  band  every day throughout the rest of the month (except for 25 February) as the "Please  Please Me” single made  its way up  the charts. By  19 February, The  Beatles had their first number one record in Britain. Between the end of the Shapiro tour and  the beginning of a series of live dates including another tour – this one with Tommy Roe and Chris  Montez – Brian  Epstein and George  Martin scheduled a  recording session intended to produce the band’s  third single. The material on this  disc represents  nearly  everything  that  made it  to  tape  during  those sessions, including five takes of ‘One  After 909.’ Repeated breakdowns, resulting  from a fourway  uncertainty  regarding  arrangement,  assured  this  would  become  The Beatles’ first  abandoned song.  George Martin’s  guidance remains  very strong, most notably in shaping  the structure of ‘From  Me To You.’ The  song’s overdub reel,  typically bootlegged  as it  appears in  EMI’s vaults  (in a  fragmentary state,  reflecting the  removal of  the edit  pieces), has  been restored  here, revealing  step-by-step  the  process  by  which  the  finished  recording was constructed.

01 - From Me To You - Take 1
02 - From Me To You - Take 2
03 - From Me To You - Take 3
04 - From Me To You - Take 4
05 - From Me To You - Take 5
06 - From Me To You - Take 6
07 - From Me To You - Take 7
08 - Thank You Girl - Take 1
09 - Thank You Girl - Take 2
10 - Thank You Girl - Take 3
11 - Thank You Girl - Take 4
12 - Thank You Girl - Take 5
13 - Thank You Girl - Take 6
14 - Thank You Girl - Take 7 Edit Piece
15 - Thank You Girl - Take 8 Edit Piece
16 - Thank You Girl - Take 9 Edit Piece
17 - Thank You Girl - Take 10 Edit Piece
18 - Thank You Girl - Take 11 Edit Piece
19 - Thank You Girl - Take 12 Edit Piece
20 - Thank You Girl - Take 13 Edit Piece
21 - From Me To You - Take 8 Track 2
22 - From Me To You - Take 9 Edit Piece 2
23 - From Me To You - Take 10 Edit Piece 3
24 - From Me To You - Take 11 Edit Piece 4
25 - From Me To You - Take 12 Edit Piece 5
26 - From Me To You - Take 13 Edit Piece 6
27 - One After 909 - Take 1
28 - One After 909 - Take 2
29 - One After 909 - Take 3
30 - One After 909 - Take 4
31 - One After 909 - Take 5 Edit Piece
32 - From Me To You - Edit Of Takes 1, 2, 8, 9 And 10
33 - From Me To You - 1982 Mix
34 - Thank You Girl - Take 14 Track 2
35 - Thank You Girl - Take 30
36 - One After 909 - Anthology Mix

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The last half of 1963 saw The Beatles transformed from a group with a few hit singles into a force that dominated the British music scene. Their own radio show on the BBC (Pop Go The Beatles) made them a household presence. Brian Epstein's roster of acts from now-fashionable Liverpool rode the wave of The Beatles' stardom and began tapping the ever-growing Lennon-McCartney songhook (two of which, `Bad To Me' and `I'm In Love,' are represented here in demo form), often with George Martin producing. And the hits, of course, just kept on comin'. `She Loves You' entered the charts 21 August and was number 1 by mid-September, by which time The Beatles were well into sessions for their second album. Personal appearances increased, and the band was building a momentum that would soon lead to their breakthrough in America. The single that served as the springboard for that breakthrough, `I Want To Hold Your Hand' b/w `This Boy,' found John Lennon and Paul McCartney unmistakably in full command of their compositional powers, while Paul began taking a more assertive role in arranging the session. (Paul's leadership is also in evidence during the recording of `Hold Me Tight,' heard on this disc as well.) And finally, this 17 October session was The Beatles' first four-track recording, a technological upgrade which would very soon open the door to a revolution in the studio.

01 - I'll Be On My Way - BBC
02 - Bad To Me - Demo
03 - She Loves You - Rs1
04 - She Loves You - Rs2
05 - Michelle - Guitar Instrumental
06 - Piano Instrumental
07 - Please Mr Postman - Take 3
08 - Please Mr Postman - Take 9
09 - It Won't Be Long - Take 7
10 - It Won't Be Long - Take 10
11 - Don't Bother Me - Demo
12 - Message To Australia - 12 Sept 1963
13 - Hold Me Tight - Take 20
14 - Hold Me Tight - Take 21
15 - Hold Me Tight - Take 22
16 - Hold Me Tight - Take 23
17 - Hold Me Tight - Take 24
18 - Hold Me Tight - Take 25
19 - Hold Me Tight - Take 26
20 - Hold Me Tight - Take 27
21 - Hold Me Tight - Take 28
22 - Hold Me Tight - Take 29
23 - Don't Bother Me - Take10
24 - Don't Bother Me - Take 11
25 - Don't Bother Me - Take 12
26 - Don't Bother Me - Take 13
27 - I'm In Love -  Demo
28 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Take 1 (Fragment)
29 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Take 2 (Fragment)
30 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Take 9 (Chat & Intro)
31 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Take Unknown
32 - This Boy - Tk Unknown
33 - This Boy - Take 12
34 - This Boy - Take 13
35 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Rs17 From Australian 45
36 - This Boy - Rs15
37 - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Anthology Surround
38 - This Boy - Anthology Restored

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Please Please Me recording session outtakes

01 How Do You Do It - Take 2 (unedited)
02 Please Please Me (demo)
03 There's A Place - take 1
04 There's A Place - take 2
05 There's A Place - take 3
06 There's A Place - take 4
07 There's A Place - take 5
08 There's A Place - take 6
09 There's A Place - take 7
10 There's A Place - take 8
11 There's A Place - take 9
12 There's A Place - take 10
13 I Saw Her Standing There - take 1
14 I Saw Her Standing There - take 2
15 I Saw Her Standing There - take 3
16 I Saw Her Standing There - take 4
17 I Saw Her Standing There - take 5
18 I Saw Her Standing There - take 6
19 I Saw Her Standing There - take 7
20 I Saw Her Standing There - take 8
21 I Saw Her Standing There - take 9
22 Do You Want To Know A Secret - take 7
23 Do You Want To Know A Secret - take 8
24 A Taste Of Honey - take 6
25 A Taste Of Honey - take 7
26 There's A Place - take 11
27 There's A Place - take 12
28 There's A Place - take 13
29 I Saw Her Standing There - take 10
30 I Saw Her Standing There - take 11
31 I Saw Her Standing There - take 12
32 Misery - take 1
33 Misery - take 2
34 Misery - take 3
35 Misery - take 4
36 Misery - take 5
37 Misery - take 6
38 Misery - take 7
39 Misery - take 8

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Much of the data given by the disc is wrong. Most Beatles tracks, some not.
Look here for detailed info:
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=BEAT-1&section=1

01 - Mein Bonnie
02 - I Love You Too (Vocals By Paul)
03 - It's Only Love
04 - Indian Rope Trick
05 - Happy Birthday Mike Love
06 - Not Guilty
09 - The Fool On The Hill
10 - I Am The Walrus
11 - Watching Rainbows
12 - Mean Mr. Mustard
13 - All Things Must Pass
14 - Cheese And Onions
15 - The Oriental Nightfish
16 - The Pirate Song
17 - Sweet Georgia Brown
18 - Three Cool Cats
19 - I'm In Love

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 675 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-06-06

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