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The 1964 Australia and New Zealand Tour

Disc 1

01 - Enroute To Airport
02 - Interview by John Edward-11 June 1964 Darwin Airport
03 - Newsreel Audio-11 June 1964 Mascot Airport, Sydney
04 - Press Conference-11 June 1964 Sharaton Motel Hotel, Sydney
05 - Interview by Bob Rogers-11 June 1964 Sharaton Motel Hotel, Sydney
06 - Interview by Bob Rogers-12 June 1964 Flight From Sydney to Adelaide
07 - Interview by Bob Francis-12 June 1964 Town Hall Balcony, Adelaide
08 - Interview Bob Francis-12 June 1964 South Australian Hotel, Adelaide

12 June 1964 Centennial Town Hall, Adelaide:

09 - Intro
10 - I Saw Her Standing There
11 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
12 - All My Loving
13 - She Loves You
14 - Till There Was You
15 - Roll Over Beethoven
16 - Can't Buy Me Love
17 - This Boy
18 - Twist And Shout
19 - Long Tall Sally

Disc 2

01 - Interview-12 June 1964 London Airport
02 - Newsreel Audio-13 June 1964 San Francisco International Airport
03 - Interview by Bob Rogers-13 June 1964 South Australian Hotel, Adelaine
04 - Interview by Gavin Rutherford-14 June 1964 Mascot Airport, Sydney
05 - Interview-14 June 1964 Mascot Airport, Sydney

15 June 1964 Southern Cross Hotel, Melbourne:

06 - TV/Radio Audio
07 - Press Conference
08 - Interview by Alan Lappin
09 - Interview by Malcom Searle


Disc 3

01 - Introduction
02 - I Saw Her Standing There
03 - You Can't Do That
04 - All My Loving
05 - She Loves You
06 - Till There Was You
07 - Roll Over Beethoven
08 - Can't Buy Me Love
09 - This Boy
10 - Twist And Shout
11 - Intro to Long Tall Sally

17 June Festive Hall, Melbourne

12 - Introduction
13 - I Saw Her Standing There
14 - You Can't Do That
15 - All My Loving
16 - She Loves You
17 - Till There Was You
18 - Roll Over Beethoven
19 - Can't Buy Me Love
20 - This Boy
21 - Twist And Shout
22 - Long Tall Sally
23 - Interview with Bob Rogers and Mike Walsh-18 June 1964 Sheraton Hotel, Sydney

18 June Sydney Stadium:

24 - I Saw Her Standing There
25 - You Can't Do That
26 - Interview with Bob Rogers-21 June Flight From Sydney to Wellington
27 - Interview-21 June 1964 Hotel St. George, Wellington
28 - Interview by Doreen Kelso-21 June 1964 Hotel St. George, Wellington

Disc 4

01 - Interview with Bob Rogers-Hotel St. George, Wellington 21 June 1964
02 - Interview with Bob Rogers-Royal International Hotel, Auckland 25 June 1964
03 - Interview with Bob Rogers-New City Hotel, Dunedin 26 June 1964
04 - Press Conference-Lennon's Hotel, Brisbane 29 June 1964
05 - Interview with Tony Macarthur-Lennon's Hotel, Brisbane 29 June 1964
06 - Interview-Mascot Airport, Sydney 1 July 1964
07 - Interview with Bob Rogers-Mascot Airport, Sydney 1 July 1964

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Acetates, mixes, outtakes

01 - Some Other Guy
02 - Ticket To Ride
03 - We Can Work It Out
04 - Strawberry Fields Forever
05 - A Day In The Life
06 - All You Need Is Love
07 - Beyond Our World
08 - Hey Jude
09 - Oh Darling

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New York City, August 28th and 29th, 1964. The Beatles arrived at the Delmonico Hotel at 3 AM. On the way into the hotel, Ringo's St Christopher precious medaillon was promptly stolen. Throughout the day, thousands of fans stood outside, waiting for any sign of a Beatle to appear in a window. WABC AM, broadcasting fron a suite in the hotel, kept the crowd excited, awaiting the return of the medal. Not to be scooped, WINS AM managed a phone call with Paul, while WMCA AM caught up with Ringo and aired reports from Forest Hills Tennis Stadium. This collection of two frantic days in August also includes material from visiting stations WFUN AM (Miami) and WDRC AM (Hartford). Interviews album.

01 -  Jim Gordon Reports
02 -  We Love You Beatles
03 -  Whipping The Crowd
04 -  Happy Birthday Lyndon Johnson
05 -  Whipping The Crowd Again
06 -  Waiting For Ringo & Paul
07 -  The Return Of St. Christopher
08 -  Paul Turns Up
09 -  The Manager Of The Delmonico
10 -  Press Conference
11 -  Paul
12 -  Ringo
13 -  Ringo
14 -  Paul
15 -  Forest Hills Concert Coverage
16 -  George
17 -  Ringo
18 -  Paul
19 -  John
20 -  Paul
21 -  George
22 -  Scott Muni Promo
23 -  Jingle # 1
24 -  Jingle # 2
25 -  Jingle # 3
26 -  Jingle # 4
27 -  Jingle # 5

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1964-68 limited edition compilation. "Reminiscences of Apple private spool"

01 - Leave My Kitten Alone
02 - If You've Got Trouble
03 - I'm Looking Through You
04 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
05 - Strawberry Fileds Forever
06 - A Day In The Life
07 - A Day In The Life (Rs-5)
08 - A Day In The Life (Rs-6)
09 - A Day In The Life
10 - You Know My Name (Look Up..
11 - I Am The Walrus
12 - Fool On The Hill
13 - Magical Mystery Tour
14 - Lady Madonna
15 - Across The Universe
16 - Everybody's Got Something To Hide
17 - Yer Blues
18 - Back In The Ussr
19 - Birthday
20 - Helter Skelter
21 - Dear Prudence
22 - Not Guilty

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The Forum, Montreal, Quebec - September 8, 1964

01 - Twist And Shout
02 - You Can't Do That
03 - All My Loving
04 - She Loves You
05 - Things We Said Today
06 - Roll Over Beethoven
07 - Can't Buy Me Love
08 - If I Fell
09 - Boys
10 - A Hard Day's Night

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Ronnie James Dio (Ronald James Padavona - July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010) was an American heavy metal vocalist and songwriter of Italian descent. He performed with, amongst others, Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, and his own band Dio. Other musical projects include the collective fundraiser Hear 'n Aid. He was widely hailed as one of the most powerful singers in heavy metal, renowned for his consistently powerful voice and for popularizing the "devil horns" hand gesture in metal culture. Prior to his death, he was collaborating on a project with former Black Sabbath bandmates Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Vinny Appice, under the moniker Heaven & Hell, whose first studio album, The Devil You Know, was released on April 28, 2009. Dio died of stomach cancer on May 16, 2010. One of the last songs he had a chance to record was titled "Metal Will Never Die". All artwork included

Ronnie DIO & The Red Caps - 1958-60 - Singles

1958 - Conquest

01 - Lover
02 - Conquest

1960 - An Angel Is Missing

01 - An Angel Is Missing
02 - What Id Say


Ronnie DIO & The Prophets - 1963 - Dio at Domino´s

01 - Follow Me
02 - Blue Days
03 - I Left My Heart In SF
04 - Red Top
05 - An Angel Is Missing-2
06 - Irresistible You
07 - I Told You So
08 - Everybodys Got A Dance
09 - Dont Take Your Love
10 - Jonny Blue
11 - Great Balls Of Fire
12 - Love Pains

The Elves - 1971 - Live At the Beacon

01. The Scramblers
02. Driftin
03. Aqualung
04. 36 Year Old Lady
05. Mountain Venus
06. Simple Sister
07. The Rape Of Andre Lucia


Elf - 1972 - Elf Album

01 - Hoochie Koochie Lady
02 - First Avenue
03 - Never More
04 - I'm Coming Back For You
05 - Sit Down Honey (Everything Will Be Alright)
06 - Dixie Lee Junction
07 - Love Me Like A Woman
08 - Gambler Gambler
09 - Black Swampy Water
10 - Shotgun Boogie


Rainbow - 1976 - Rising

01 - Tarot Woman
02 - Run With The Wolf
03 - Starstruck
04 - Do You Close Your Eyes
05 - Stargazer
06 - Light In The Black


Black Sabbath - 1980 - Heaven And Hell

01 - Neon Knights
02 - Children Of The Sea
03 - Lady Evil
04 - Heaven And Hell
05 - Wishing Well
06 - Die Young
07 - Walk Away
08 - Lonely Is The Word


Dio - 1983 - Holy Diver

01 -  Stand Up And Shout
02 -  Holy Diver
03 -  Gypsy
04 -  Caught In The Middle
05 -  Don't Talk To Strangers
06 -  Straight Through The Heart
07 -  Invisible
08 -  Rainbow In The Dark
09 -  Shame On The Night


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The Jeff Beck Group were an English rock band formed in London in January  1967 by former Yardbirds guitarist Jeff Beck. Their innovative approach to heavy sounding blues and R&B was a major influence on popular music. The first Jeff Beck Group formed in London in early 1967 and included guitarist Jeff Beck, vocalist Rod Stewart, rhythm guitarist Ronnie Wood, with bass players and drummers changing regularly. Early bass players were Jet Harris and Dave Ambrose, with Clem Cattini and Viv Prince trying out on drums. The lineup went through months of personnel changes, notably no less than four drummers before settling on Aynsley Dunbar and switching Ron Wood to bass. This line up spent most of 1967 playing the UK club circuit and appeared several times on BBC Radio. Beck signed a personal management contract with record producer and manager Mickie Most who had no interest in the group, only Beck as a solo artist. Rough and Ready is the third album and the first of two by the second Jeff Beck Group. Released in 1971, it featured more of a Jazz, Soul  and R&B edge to counter Beck's lead guitar. Beck contributed more tracks on Rough and Ready than he had before, or ever would again. Beck enlisted Bobby Tench as vocalist and it is also the first time keyboardist Max Middleton is heard. Other members of this line up are, drummer Cozy Powell and bassist Clive Chaman.

01 - Got the Feeling
02 - Situation
03 - Short Business
04 - Max's Tune
05 - I've Been Used
06 - New Ways Train Train
07 - Jody

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The Outsiders - 1966 - Time Won't Let Me

The Outsiders were a continuation of the Starfires; a total of eight former Starfires were members of the Outsiders at one time or another. In 1964, the Starfires had added future Outsiders frontman Sonny Geraci on lead vocals and his brother Mike Geraci on sax. In an interview, Sonny Geraci stated: "The Starfires were a few years older than me.... When I joined the group, I kind of like, pushed them to record and change the drummer and change the guitar player." The band was signed to Capitol Records on the strength of their late 1965 recording of "Time Won't Let Me" (written by Tom King and his brother-in-law, Chet Kelley), leaving a local recording label headed by King's uncle, Patrick Connelly (Pama Records); at this time, the band's name was changed. Most of the band's original songs were written by King and Kelley, although another songwriter, Bob Turek was working with the band by 1967. Reasons for the name change were unclear, although most sources state that it was at the insistence of their new record label. "Time Won't Let Me" sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.

01 - Chase Away The Tears
02 - Girl In Love
03 - Keep On Running
04 - Listen People
05 - Maybe Baby
06 - My Girl
07 - Rockin' Robin
08 - She Cried
09 - Time Won't Let Me
10 - Was It Really Real
11 - What Makes You So Bad You Weren't Brought Up That Way

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The Outsiders - 1965-70 - Capitol Collector's Series

01 - Time Won't Let Me         
02 - Was It Really Real?         
03 - Girl In Love         
04 - What Makes You So Bad (You Weren't Brought Up That Way)         
05 - Chase Away The Tears         
06 - Respectable         
07 - Lost In My World         
08 - Backwards, Upsidedown!         
09 - Lonely Man         
10 - Oh! How It Hurts         
11 - Since I Lost My Baby         
12 - Help Me Girl         
13 - You Gotta Look         
14 - I'm Not Tryin' To Hurt You         
15 - I'll Give You Time (To Think It Over)         
16 - Don't Take Your Heartaches Out On Me         
17 - Gotta Leave Us Alone         
18 - I Just Can't See You Anymore         
19 - I'll See You In The Summertime         
20 - And Now You Want My Sympathy         
21 - Little Bit Of Lovin'         
22 - We Ain't Gonna Make It         
23 - Why Shouldn't I Have A Cry Now         
24 - Think I'm Falling         
25 - Loving You

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The Paramounts were an English beat group, based in Southend. They had one hit single with their cover version of "Poison Ivy", which reached #35 on the UK Singles Chart in 1964. After the Paramounts split up, Gary Brooker (vocals) founded Procol Harum. Lead guitarist Robin Trower and drummer B.J. Wilson soon joined Brooker. Eventually bassist Chris Copping also joined Procol Harum, playing both bass guitar and organ. They were signed to Parlophone in late 1963 and made their debut with "Poison Ivy", recorded with record producer, Ron Richards.

01 - Poison Ivy
02 - I Feel Good All Over
03 - Little Bitty Pretty One
04 - Certain Girl
05 - I'm The One Who Loves You
06 - It Won't Be Long
07 - Bad Blood
08 - Do I
09 - Blue Ribbons
10 - Cuttin' In
11 - You Never Had It So Good
12 - Doncha Like My Love
13 - Draw Me Closer
14 - Turn On Your Lovelight
15 - You've Got What I Want
16 - Freedom

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The Peppermint Rainbow were an American  sunshine pop group from Baltimore, Maryland. They formed in 1967 under the name New York Times, and played local gigs in the mid-Atlantic states before changing their name to the Peppermint Rainbow in 1968. They were signed to Decca Records at the behest of Cass Elliot, who saw them play and sang with them on-stage when they performed a medley of The Mamas & the Papas tunes. Their LP, Will You Be Staying After Sunday, barely missed the Top 100 of the album charts, peaking at #106, and in 1970 the band split up.

01 - Will You Be Staying After Sunday
02 - If We Can Make It To Monday/Pink Lemonade
03 - And I ll Be There
04 - Run Like The Devil
05 - Jamais
06 - Don t Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael
07 - Walking In Different Circles
08 - Sierra (Chasin My Dream)
09 - Green Tambourine
10 - Rosemary
11 - I Found Out I Was A Woman

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The Searchers are an English rock  band who emerged as part of the 1960s Merseybeat  scene along with The Beatles, The Swinging Blue Jeans, and Gerry & The Pacemakers. The band's hits included a remake of the Drifters' 1961 hit, "Sweets for My Sweet"; remakes of Jackie DeShannon's "Needles and Pins" and "When You Walk In The Room"; an original song written for them, "Sugar and Spice"; The Orlons' "Don't Throw Your Love Away"; and a remake of The Clovers' "Love Potion No. 9". They were the second group from Liverpool, after the Beatles, to have a hit in the United States when "Needles and Pins" charted during the first week of March 1964. As musical styles evolved, the Searchers could not keep up and as a result, the hits ran out. While they continued to record for Liberty Records and RCA Records, they ended up on the British "Chicken in a Basket" circuit, although they did score a minor US hit in 1971 with "Desdemona". The band is touring until today.

01 - Sugar And Spice
02 - Don't Throw Your Love Away
03 - Farmer John
04 - Come On Back To Me
05 - When You Walk In The Room
06 - Needles And Pins
07 - Desdemona
08 - Goodbye My Love
09 - Love Potion Number Nine
10 - Sweets For My Sweet
11 - Take Me For What I'm Worth
12 - What Have They Done To The Rain
13 - World Is Waiting For Tomorrow
14 - Love Is Everywhere
15 - And A Button
16 - Sing Singer Sing
17 - Vahevala
18 - Madman
19 - Solitaire
20 - Spicks And Specks
21 - Bite It Deep
22 - Indigo Spring
23 - I Really Don't Have The Time
24 - Think Of My Life
25 - Don't Shut Me Out

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The Smoke was an English pop group from York. Their biggest hit was "My Friend Jack" (German Charts: #2, UK charts: #45). They consisted of Mick Rowley (lead vocals), Mal Luker (lead  guitar), "Zeke" Lund (bass) and Geoff Gill (drums). Zeke Lund went on to be a sound engineer for Boney M., who recorded "My Friend Jack". The band originally performed around Yorkshire as "The Moonshots", changing their name to "The Shots" when they moved to London and to "The Smoke" in 1967. It's Smoke Time was released only in Germany.

01 - My Friend Jack
02 - Waterfall
03 - You Can´t Catch Me
04 - High In a Room
05 - Wake Up Cherylina
06 - Don´t Lead Me On
07 - We Can Take It
08 - If The Weather´s Sunny
09 - I wanna Make It With You
10 - It Getting Closer
11 - It´s Just Your Way of Lovin´
12 - I Would If I Could But I Can´t
13 - Playing With Magic (Bonus)
14 - My Friend Jack (Bonus Alternative Version)

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The Amboy Dukes were an American  rock music band of the late 1960s and early 1970s from Detroit, Michigan, best remembered for their hit single "Journey to the Center of the Mind", and for launching the career of Ted Nugent. The band's name comes from the title of a novel by Irving Shulman about a Jewish street gang of the same name in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn  during the 1940s. The band went through a number of personnel changes during its active years. The group helped in the foundations of heavy metal and progressive rock. Ted Nugent (bass, guitar, percussion, vocals), Greg Arama (bass), Rusty Day (vocals), Steve Farmer (rhythm guitar). Migration, the third album, was released in fall 1968 on Mainstream Records (stereo). It failed to chart. In the UK, it can be found in mono (London/Mainstream)

01 Migration
02 Prodigal Man
03 For His Namesake
04 I'm Not a Juvenile Delinquent
05 Good Natured Emma
06 Inside the Outside
07 Shades of Green and Grey
08 Curb Your Elephant
09 Loaded for Bear
10 J. B. Special
11 Sobbin' in My Mug of Beer

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