Beatles / The Biggest Attraction In The Whole World / 4CD+2DVD WX Slipcase

Beatles / The Biggest Attraction In The Whole World / 4CD+2DVD WX Slipcase
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Beatles / The Biggest Attraction In The Whole World / 4CD+2DVD WX Slipcase
■ Thorough coverage of sound and video with various versions Melbourne performance recorded with high image quality First colorization by AI technology ■ Documentary image

【1964 World Tour】 The Beatles, originally only Liverpool’s popularity, became the biggest popular band in London and beyond, since its debut. A member of the Beatles said that it was the moment when it was realized that playing at the London Palladium as a guide was a success. Furthermore, its popularity has spread to Europe, and in 1964 “I want to hold you” takes over the top in Billboard, and its name will also roam throughout the United States. However, in the first US visit to the United States in February 1964, the television appearance, emphasis now on playing at the legendary Ed Sullivan show, the concert was only two performances at Washington DC and Carnegie Hall, either one For example, the meaning of Megumi Megumi was strong, and a full – scale nationwide tour had to wait until August of the same year.

To be popular all over the country is in line with the success in the world’s show business world. But American fans had hunger. The Beatles was doing many concerts in the UK and Europe, but most of the American fans had only seen it on TV yet. “Hunger”. This is one of the reasons why the first national tour in August 1964 was a great success. In this way, in 1964, which is a memorable memorial flight towards the world, France opened its curtains from a continuous performance in Paris, before the American tour in August, the first Australia tour was formed in June It was. In other words, the world tour was done for the very first time in this year with France, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States. From the Australian tour in June, this work will be the title that recorded Melbourne performances from various directions with sound and images.

【MESSAGE TO AUSTRALIA】 Disc 1 is a message for Australian fans recorded at Abbey Road Studio on September 12, 1963. The fact that such recordings were done between recordings is interesting. He is in the style of commenting to DJ Bob Rogers who probably would have requested a message. This DJ would have pushed the record of the Beatles on his own radio program and pushed a lot, and acknowledgment for it continued. We have not yet scheduled a tour and the apple leaves a comment saying “I hope to see her someday.” It will be about nine months after that “someday” will come true. Although it is a message, I can hear that the take is properly recorded. [Melbourne Performance on June 16, 1964] Next, three songs are recorded from the Melbourne Festival Hall performance on June 16, 1964. It is a concert the day before the Melbourne performance which is recorded mainly in this volume. The performance of this day is basically no sound source left, “Can not Buy Me Love” is a recording from the middle, “This Boy” is only introduction of the song by George, “Twist And Shout” One song is completely recorded. As it is a neat sound board sound source, it may be included elsewhere, but at the moment it is only discovering these two songs and George’s songs.

【Melbourne Concert Day Section of June 17, 1964】 And it will be the main Melbourne performance on June 17, 1964, which will be the main event. The day is performed twice a day and night at the same venue, and this work will be recording both of them with the highest quality. First of all, Mr. Alan Field of Moderator, “The biggest attraction in the world! Beatles!” Is a highly declared intro that is impressive, it is also the title of this work. At this point you can see that the Beatles were already the biggest show business world. Speaking of the Beatles’ live is known as “Twist And Shout” in 1964 and 1965 and “Rock And Roll Music” in 1966, this Australian show is a valuable beginning with “I Saw Her Standing There” It is a concert. It is almost the same as the subsequent American tour after the second song, and is the difference that “Twist And Shout” is played in the second half. Both of them are the best set list of the Beatles at this point, but strangely, “I want to hug” has not been played. Despite being the biggest hit song for the Beatles at this point, despite playing in Washington at the beginning of the year, this Melbourne performance has been omitted. Perhaps there were restrictions on the number of songs and the duration of the 1st stage, but it is hard to understand that I left out this song anyway.

Also, just before the 1964 World Tour, the apple swollen the tonsils and forced to leave the battlefield. As a substitute drummer Jimmy Nicole accompanies a stick of white feather accompanying the tour. The apples at this time recalls that “Pete Best is over my head.” Of course Jimmy Nicole was not more than a substitute, the apple returned to the front line again, that is also this Melbourne. On the stage Paul celebrates returning to the apple comment has been relatively long, the appearance that the audience is welcoming it is recorded.

Disk 1 has recorded the same performance from WBC RADIO MASTER. It is an unedited sound source of outflow while somewhat coarse sound image because it is a row tape before broadcasting. 9 songs from the moderator’s greetings are recorded from the day section. What I notice after listening is the Beatles ‘performance, especially Paul’ s goodness. It was probably linked to the performance of this Melbourne performance, that the first land and the hottest time before traveling to the United States. Sometimes called a row tape, the sound quality is wonderful, and there is a difference of muddy compared to the air check source after this. The air check sound source is recorded in the second half of disk 1. It is a sound quality of radio broadcast at that time, but it is recorded here as one of many versions. It is interesting that this broadcasting sound source is composed of a mixture of the day and the night. Of course, if you listen to the sound source which song is day or night, you can easily distinguish it. Disk 2 main is recorded from WBC RAJIO TRANSFER TAPE of Melbourne tour day section in June 17, 1964. Besides, it is featured that it is recorded from the undercard, and the point that the sound quality is excellent very much is a feature. One of the local singer Jonny Chester and one of the Sounds Incorporated recorded seven songs. Sounds Incorporated has appeared as the undercard of the Beatles even at the 1965 share · stadium. In the daytime section WBC RADIO TRANSFER TAPE has some deficiencies in the process of spillage. First of all, “Long Tall Sally” is not recorded yet. There are also things that “This Boy” is missing due to the difference in outflow route. In the earlier titles there also existed using these two songs from the night section. In this work, the advantage that “This Boy” is properly recorded by the performance from the afternoon section is an advantage.

【17 June 1964 Melbourne Performance night section】 The second half of Disc 2 contains the WBC RADIO MASTER sound source of the night section. Like the day section recorded on Disk 1, it is an outflowing Raw Master, and the sound quality is wonderful even when listening with modern ears. From the announcement of a superior host, it seems that snow falling into the performance expresses the momentum of the Beatles at that time. Even the same WBC RADIO MASTER, another version is included in the second half of Disk 3. Both are high quality sounds that are not easy to set up, but it seems that the existence of such another version itself has not been known so far.

Disk 3 The first half is WBC RADIO TRANSFER TAPE in the night section. Here is one undertone Johnny Devlin and Sounds Incorporated 7 songs are recorded. It was a complete recording until “Long Tall Sally” which was missing in the daytime section. There is somewhat noise, but it is the longest version including the undercut. Parts of local artists in Australia are almost ignored in the YD board “AUSTRALIAN TOUR 1964”, etc. It is the first appearance as a surprising and almost complete collection of this part. The two Australian support groups are all Elvis’s imitators and repertoire, and they are all amateur-like show contents, Sounds Incorporated accompanying from the UK played William Tell Overture, and the movie ‘West From the side story “or the inserted song” Maria “is playing, the society and fashion at that time can be seen in the undercard.

The performance of the Beatles is a wonderful performance that makes you feel more room in the daytime as well. The good thing is that there is an episode that Epstein was highly satisfied by seeing the film that shot this stage, allowing the Beatles’ performance scene to be used more than the original schedule. From “I Saw Her Standing There” with a sense of running, you can enjoy the live of the Beatles that left early fresh atmosphere, such as “You Can not Do That” John screams.

Listening to these, it turns out that the already-developed title is produced with difficulty making full use of multiple sources. WBC RAJIO MASTER, which has the best sound, WBC RADIO TRANSFER TAPE which is the longest recorded from the undercard, and another version, this feature is the greatest feature that is recorded separately. And, although this can be said for both day and night performances, this Melbourne show has been broadcasted and a number of collectors items have been released since the analog era, but both have air check source Because it was using, there was never a title of satisfactory sound quality. Let’s say that the title separately recorded like this work will be unprecedented.

【Melbourne Performance June 17, 1964 Lunch Department & Night Department】 Disk 4 contains a GTV VIDEO MASTER sound source, that is, a sound source accompanying images described later. At that time the quality of the tape was poor and the soundtrack of the film was the sound recording medium with the best sound quality. When I came up with Japanese audio magazines in the 1980’s, I was even planning to leave the sound source with VHS video instead of cassette tape. Indeed, the sound source that can be heard here is very superior to the one broadcasted by the radio station, or the sound source before broadcasting. Because the radio was recorded for radio and the video was recorded separately, though it was the same concert, apart from that, it is positioned as a completely different thing (However, the TV broadcast of the late-night section and the radio show of the late show itself was done There is no). Of the radio notes that are not recorded on the undercard recorded, as well as the part of the Beatles is recorded with the best sound quality. Unfortunately the part where video does not exist naturally does not exist as a sound source, so it is not supposed to be complete recording in content, but this sound quality should be noteworthy. Also, as a recording composition it is a mixture of the day and the night. This is derived from the attitude of editing multiple concerts to a more complete video work as a practice from that time to the present. Since there is only the difference between the same day and night at the same venue, you can watch it through sound and video without feeling uncomfortable. As a collector, each place you want to hear everything separately, but as one of a number of versions this work is the end of this work

DISC ONE ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS September 12, 1963 01. Message To Australia

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 16, 1964 02. Can’t Buy Me Love 03. This Boy 04. Twist And Shout

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Early Show WBC RADIO MASTER 05. Alan Field Introduction 06. I Saw Her Standing There 07. You Can’t Do That 08. All My Loving 09. She Loves You 10. Till There Was You 11. Roll Over Beethoven 12. Can’t Buy Me Love 13. This Boy 14. Long Tall Sally

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Early & Late Show WBC RADIO BROADCAST 15. I Saw Her Standing There 16. You Can’t Do That 17. All My Loving 18. She Loves You 19. Till There Was You 20. Roll Over Beethoven 21. Can’t Buy Me Love 22. This Boy 23. Long Tall Sally

DISC TWO MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Early Show WBC RADIO TRANSFER TAPE JOHNNY CHESTER with THE PHANTOMS 01. Fever

SOUNDS INCORPORATED 02. Instrumental 03. Fingertips 04. Brontosaurus Stomp 05. The Spartans 06. Drums Solo 07. Maria 08. William Tell Overture

THE BEATLES 09. Alan Field Introduction 10. I Saw Her Standing There 11. You Can’t Do That 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

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Late Show WBC RADIO MASTER 19. Alan Field Introduction 20. I Saw Her Standing There 21. You Can’t Do That 22. All My Loving 23. She Loves You 24. Till There Was You 25. Roll Over Beethoven 26. Can’t Buy Me Love 27. This Boy 28. Twist And Shout 29. Long Tall Sally

DISC THREE MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Late Show WBC RADIO TRANSFER TAPE JOHNNY DEVLIN with THE PHANTOMS 01. What I’d Say

SOUNDS INCORPORATED 02. Instrumental 03. Fingertips 04. Brontosaurus Stomp 05. Spartans 06. Drum Solo 07. Maria 08. William Tell Overture

THE BEATLES 09. Alan Field Introduction 10. I Saw Her Standing There 11. You Can’t Do That 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

WBC RADIO ALTERNATE MASTER 20. Alan Field Introduction 21. I Saw Her Standing There 22. You Can’t Do That 23. All My Loving 24. She Loves You 25. Till There Was You 26. Roll Over Beethoven 27. Can’t Buy Me Love 28. This Boy 29. Twist And Shout 30. Long Tall Sally

DISC FOUR MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Early & Late Show GTV VIDEO MIX SOUNDS INCORPORATED 01. Instrumental 02. Fingertips 03. Brontosaurus Stomp 04. The Spartans 05. Drums Solo 06. Maria 07. William Tell Overture

JOHNNY DEVLIN with THE PHANTOMS 08. C’mon Everybody 09. What’d I Say 10. Jailhouse Rock

JOHNNY CHESTER with THE PHANTOMS 11. (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care 12. Miss Ann 13. Fever 14. Let’s Have A Party

THE BEATLES 15. I Saw Her Standing There 16. You Can’t Do That 17. All My Loving 18. She Loves You 19. Till There Was You 20. Roll Over Beethoven 21. Can’t Buy Me Love 22. Twist And Shout 23. Long Tall Sally

DVD DISC ONE MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Early & Late Show GTV VIDEO MASTER SOUNDS INCORPORATED 01. Instrumental 02. Fingertips 03. Brontosaurus Stomp 04. The Spartans 05. Drums Solo 06. Maria 07. William Tell Overture

JOHNNY DEVLIN with THE PHANTOMS 08. C’mon Everybody 09. What’d I Say 10. Jailhouse Rock

JOHNNY CHESTER with THE PHANTOMS 11. (You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care 12. Miss Ann 13. Fever 14. Let’s Have A Party

THE BEATLES 15. I Saw Her Standing There 16. You Can’t Do That 17. All My Loving 18. She Loves You 19. Till There Was You 20. Roll Over Beethoven 21. Can’t Buy Me Love 22. Twist And Shout 23. Long Tall Sally

DVD DISC TWO MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL June 17, 1964 Late Show GTV MASTER on COLOR 01. I Saw Her Standing There 02. You Can’t Do That 03. All My Loving 04. She Loves You 05. Till There Was You 06. Roll Over Beethoven 07. Can’t Buy Me Love 08. Twist And Shout 09. Long Tall Sally

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HALL 10. Private 8 mm films

TOUR DOCUMENT PROGRAM 11. 20th. Anniversary TV Program #1, 1984 12. 20th. Anniversary TV Program #2, 1984 13. “Down Under”, 1989 #1 14. “Down Under”, 1989 #2 15. “Down Under”, 1989 #3 16. “Down Under”, 1989 #4 17. “Down Under”, 1989 #5 18. “Down Under”, 1989 #6 19. Movie Tone News 1964

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