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The definitive collection of Beatles & Beatle-related Christmas stuff.

Disc 1 - The Official Beatles and Solo Christmas

01 - The Beatles – The Beatles Christmas Record (1963)
02 - The Beatles – Another Beatles Christmas Record (1964)
03 - The Beatles – The Beatles Third Christmas Record (1965)
04 - The Beatles – Pantomime: Everywhere It’s Christmas (1966)
05 - The Beatles – Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (1967)
06 - The Beatles – The Beatles 1968 Christmas Record (1968)
07 - The Beatles – Happy Christmas 1969 (1969)
08 - John Lennon – Happy XMas (War Is Over)
09 - George Harrison – Ding Dong, Ding Dong 
10 - Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmastime 
11 - Paul McCartney – Rudolph The Red Nosed Reggae
12 - The Beatles – Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (Take 1)

Disc 2 - Group and Solo Christmas Rarities

01 - The Beatles – A Saturday Club XMas/Crimble Medley
02 - The Beatles – Hello Dolly
03 - The Beatles – Speeches (Take 1) 
04 - The Beatles – Paul’s Speech
05 - The Beatles – White Christmas 
06 - The Beatles – We Wish You A Merry Christmas 
07 - The Beatles – Merry Crimble/Happy Rudolph
08 - The Beatles – Ringo Christmas Greetings
09 - The Beatles – Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (Take 1)
10 - The Beatles – Jingle Bells 
11 - John Lennon – Jock And Yono
12 - John Lennon – Once Upon A Pool Table 
13 - Ringo Starr – Ringo’s Christmas Plea For The Blind 
14 - John Lennon – John & Yoko’s Message From Ascot 
15 - John Lennon – Happy Xmas (War Is Over) (Demo) 
16 - John Lennon – Happy Xmas (War Is Over) (Alternate Version)
17 - George Harrison – Ding Dong, Ding Dong (Demo)
18 - Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmastime (Live)
19 - John Lennon – Happy New Year From John
20 - John Lennon – All You Need Is Adrian Love
21 - Ringo Starr – Another Ringo Christmas Greeting
22 - Paul McCartney – Paul’s Christmas Greeting 
23 - The Beatles – Christmas Time (Is Here Again)(Alternate Version)
24 - George Harrison – George’s Christmas Message
25 - Nelson Wilbury – A Nelson Wilbury Christmas Message
26 - Paul McCartney – Another Paul Christmas Greeting 
27 - Paul McCartney – Paul’s Jingle Bells (Live)

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 1183 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-12



Baker Gurvitz Army was an English rock group. Their self-titled debut album featured a blend of hard rock laced with Baker's unmistakable drumming. The lengthy "Mad Jack" was the album's outstanding track and the album hit the American charts. Former The Gun and Three Man Army members, Paul Gurvitz and Adrian Gurvitz joined forces with ex-Cream drummer Ginger Baker in 1974. Things had not been going too well for Ginger Baker since the demise of his own band Ginger Baker's Air Force. The Gurvitz Brothers, too, were looking for a new way ahead after the early success of their band The Gun. When Cream split up in 1968, Ginger Baker was invited to join Blind Faith, which formed the following year. This was not such a successful venture and following its demise, Ginger decided to put together his own outfit, Ginger Baker's Airforce, in 1970. This huge band included many of his friends and favourite musicians like Graham Bond, Phil Seamen, Denny Laine and Steve Winwood. The band recorded two 'live' albums, but eventually the whole project became too costly. In 1974, though, it seemed he could use his greatest talent in the Baker Gurvitz Army. Their first album was released the same year and featured a dynamic mixture of heavy rock, guitar themes propelled by Baker's irrepressible drumming.

01 - Help Me
02 - Love Is
03 - Memory Lane
04 - Inside Of Me
05 - I Wanna Live Again
06 - Mad Jack
07 - 4 Phil
08 - Since Beginning

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Category: Oldies | Views: 653 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-12



On the 17th of October 2005 the first in a legendary series of podcasts compiled by DinsdaleP was broadcast. Every week or so , a new edition followed. They continued for 114  episodes until December the 11th 2007, an astonishing amount of material in such a short space of time and very hard work for the author who shared these with us. At the time they were unique in both their content and production...in fact they still are... and although many have tried to emulate them none have succeeded. Dinsdale has very kindly made the original lossless tapes available to Nowhere Man Records, who are privileged to present them in their entirety, along with one or two surprises.

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WINGS YEAR ONE

- Chris Charlesworth interview (EMI, 11-10-71)
- Mary Had A Little Lamb rehearsal ("Paul McCartney Now", RKO 12-71)
- Indeed I Do (Paul & Linda demo)
- DJ Linda (WCBS, 12-15-71)
- I Am Your Singer (rough mix, 8-71)
- The Great Cock & Seagull Race intro (WCBS, 12-15-71)
- Blackpool (band demo)
- Henry joins/The Mess rehearsal ("Wingspan")
- Radio Luxembourg interview (ca. 1-28-72)
- Lucille rehearsal (ICA, 2-72)
- Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Nottingham, 2-9-72)
- Radio Sheffield interview (2-18-72)
- Give Ireland Back To The Irish rehearsal (3-7-72)
- Paul talks about the ban ("The Beatles Story", 72)
- Mary Had A Little Lamb (rough mix, 3-72)

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JUST LIKE BUDDY HOLLY

- Sydney press conference (6-11-64)
- That'll Be The Day (Quarry Men, 1958)
- "Arena: The Buddy Holly Story" (9-12-85)
- Words Of Love ("Pop Go The Beatles", 7-16-63)
- John w/Jerry G. Bishop (8-65)
- Peggy Sue Got Married/Thinking Of Linking (rehearsal, 1-29-69)
- I'm Gonna Love You Too ("The Backyard", 8-74)
- "Rock Around The World" (10-74)
- Peggy Sue (George, Palomino Club, 2-19-87)
- Heartbeat ("Clock", 9-71)
- Take Your Time ("James Paul McCartney" outtake, 3-73)
- Take Your Time (Wings rehearsal, Lympne Castle, 5-79)
- Maybe Baby (rehearsal, 1-29-69)
- Not Fade Away ("Some Time In NYC" Jam, 3-72)
- "The Source" interview (11-83)
- Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Decca audition, 1-1-62)
- Think It Over ("Anthology")
- Rave On ("Buddy Holly Week", Lone Star Cafe, 9-4-90)
- Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (stereo rehearsal, 1-29-69)

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AND A MERRY GOO YEAR

- Another Beatles Christmas Message (outtakes, 10-26-64)
- Jingle Bells/Freedom ("Nice Time", 11-15-01)
- "Saturday Club" (12-17-63)
- Good King Wenceslas (choral mix)
- White Christmas (The Beatmas)
- Christmas Messages for Pirate Radio (12-6-66)
- unused Third Christmas Record session, Marquee Studio (10-19-65)
- Nelson Wilbury greeting (12-88)
- Wonderful Christmastime (Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, 12-17-79)
- All The Best To You From Here (extended mix)
- We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Hammersmith Odeon, 12-64)
- Silent Night (The Spotnicks, Jimmy Nicol on drums)
- Merry Christmas/Magic Christian (speed-corrected)
- Ding Dong, Ding Dong (rough mix)
- "Televiezer Magazine" (12-15-69)
- Happy Xmas (War Is Over) ("Lennon Legend" DVD mix)

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RETURN OF THE BOOTLEGS!

- "Hot Seat" (11-11-84)
- If Not For You (Concert For Bangla Desh rehearsal, 7-71)
- "A Hard Day's Night" tickets go on sale (NYC, 7-22-64)
- And Your Bird Can Sing (take 2, stereo, no giggling)
- George's "Bravo" award speech (3-66)
- Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand (Radio Luxembourg, 4-65)
- Back Seat Of My Car (rehearsal, 1-14-69)
- I Just Wasn't Made For The Backseat Of My Car (Go Home Productions mashup)
- Happiness Is A Warm Gun (Montreal Bed-In, 5-69)
- Ylf ("Fly" backwards, 12-70)
- It's All Too Much (RM1, 6-2-67)
- Messages To Australia (takes 1-3, 9-12-63)
- Adelaide press conference (6-12-64)
- Open Message To Australia (9-12-63)
- "The South Bank Show" (10-77)

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JOHN 'SPEAKS OF EVERYTHING' WITH HOWARD COSELL

- "Speaking Of Everything" (10-74)
- Paperback Writer (take 2, 4-14-66)
- Thirty Days (rehearsal, 10-74)
- "Scene And Heard" (9-14-67)
- Suzy Parker (rehearsal, 1-9-69)
- A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues ("Easy Beat", 7-17-63)
- No More Lonely Nights (composing session, 1983)
- God (demo, summer 70)
- JFK Airport press conference ("American Bandstand", 4-18-64)
- Come And Get It (Barrett mix, 7-24-69)
- Good Night (outtake, 6-28-68)
- WTRY Shea promo (8-65)
   
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ON LOCATION FOR 'HELP!'

- Derek Taylor Bahamas interview (3-3-65)
- Sunshine Life For Me (Sail Away Raymond) (remix #5, 7-73)
- WABC New York City interview (8-13-65)
- I Me Mine (rehearsal, 1-8-69)
- Flughafen Airport, Salzburg (3-13-65)
- Flying (RM4, 9-8-67)
- Salzburg press conference (3-13-65)
- From Me To You ("Ed Sullivan Show" rehearsal, 2-16-64)
- "The Source" interview (11-83)
- Average Person (rehearsal, 10-30-80)
- Buddy MacGregor interview, Cliveden House (5-11-65)
- Here We Go Again (demo, 1973)

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 801 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-12



The Fabulous Rhinestones were an R&B-based band formed in San Francisco in 1971 by ex-Illinois Speed Press guitarist/singer Kal David and ex-Electric Flag (and Bob Dylan, Al Kooper, and Miles Davis) bassist Harvey Brooks. They moved to Woodstock, NY, where they played with members of the Band and some of their own fellow Chicago bluesmen, including Paul Butterfield, and were signed by producer Michael Lang - the co-producer of the Woodstock festival - to his own Just Sunshine label. The group cut three LPs over the next three years, all of which received critical raves without selling in huge numbers -- they also got considerable exposure playing on the same bill with the Allman Brothers, Stevie Wonder, and the Doobie Brothers, but their most visible gig was probably playing a 1971 antiwar rally in New York with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. They split up in the mid-'70s and David later played with Etta James, Al Kooper, and Johnny Rivers. (AMG)

01 - Nothing New
02 - Easy As You Make It
03 - Just Can't Turn My Back On You
04 - Living On My Own Time
05 - Free
06 - What A Wonderful Thing We Have
07 - Live It Out To The End
08 - Harmonize
09 - Big Indian
10 - Positive Direction

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Category: Oldies | Views: 824 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-12



Vivian Stanshall was an English singer-songwriter, painter, musician, author, poet and wit, best known for his work with the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, for his surreal exploration of the British upper classes in Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, and for narrating Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells. Men Opening Umbrellas Ahead is a 1974 solo album by Vivian Stanshall. Stnahsall had been the frontman of The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, a British rock group notorious for its riotous stage act, involving comedy and theatricality. His solo career was haphazard, but after a celebrated cameo appearance on Mike Oldfield's 1973 multi-platinum Tubular Bells he was signed to Warner Brothers to make this album. The album sold poorly upon release, only an estimated 5,000 copies were pressed before it was deleted. It remained unavailable until its reissue on CD in 2010 by Harkit Records in the UK.

01 - Afoju Ti Ole Riran (Dead Eyes)
02 - Truck-Track
03 - Yelp, Bellow, Rasp Et Cetera
04 - Prong
05 - How The Zebra Got His Spots
05 - Redeye
06 - Dwarf Succulents
07 - Bout Of Sobriety
08 - Prong And Toots Go Steady
09 - Strange Tongues

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Category: Oldies | Views: 654 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-11-12

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