Beatles (4/Cd) Complete BBC Tapes Vol 1

 Beatles (4/Cd) Complete BBC Tapes Vol 1
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 Beatles (4/Cd) Complete BBC Tapes Vol 1
■ First appearance & the best contents that can be considered currently with the upgrade ■ Research books that detailed explanations were made for each program included ■ From Vol 1 to Vol.4 All 15 discs, the first of which

Beatles showed a total performance of nearly 300 songs for 52 times in total from March 1961 before the debut from June 1965 after debut, with live performances at the BBC studio and audience theaters . For the Beatles, the appearance on television and radio was an important promotion place for record sales, it should have been essential as well as the band’s live activity. At the time of the 1960s the number of hours radio stations were able to turn on record sound sources during the broadcasting time of the day was severely limited by the union. That is the reason for the large amount of live performance at BBC. The reason why enthusiastic fans and collectors find special value for BBC live sound sources will be the uniqueness of the performance songs. In 1963 when the band appeared on the BBC radio the most often, cover songs not recorded were played on BBC programs and on air. These songs were the repertoire the band liked playing in Hamburg’s Star Club and Liverpool’s Caburn Club before debut.

Basically, the sound source of these valuable programs is on-air only once at the time of the main broadcast at that time, BBC called “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB” in March of 1982 commemorating the 20th anniversary of the band’s first appearance of the BBC radio I could hardly look at the special number of on air. Unfortunately, at the time BBC at the time the on-air master tapes were erased and used by other programs for the convenience of the budget, so later BBC themselves noticed the importance of the sound source and the archives inside the office When I searched for, the storage situation of most of the programs was very bad and there was no material left to despair. In the BBC special number “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB”, it was re-edited as “TOP OF THE POPS” for overseas, and the programs such as the top gear and the Saturday · club of 1964 which were barely left as transcription discs , From From 1964 March ‘s From Ass To Two You were left cutting in LP, and the fifth and seventh times of Pop – Go – The Beatles in the summer of 1963 called’ Bush House Tape ‘ Besides the sound source, it was content composed by adding materials that were circulating as boot legs.

Before broadcasting this program, of course, live at BBC had various interesting titles released as bootleg from various off-air sound sources that fans air checked. Starting with “YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD” released from TMOQ in the United States in 1971, the Beatles’ BBC live tone generator became a good subject of the bootleg contractor. Even after the era of CD media, release of ambitious box set such as “THE COMPLETE BBC SESSIONS” (GREAT DANE) in 1993 and “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB” in 2003 (YELLOW DOG) continues.

A genuine release based on a few good quality material left in the BBC station and a good master sound source at the time of casting newly discovered pop · go · the beatles was released in 1994 “LIVE AT THE BBC “. This album gained overwhelming support all over the world, sold 5 million copies in a mere six weeks from the sale and got a big hit. After 19 years, 2nd “ON AIR – LIVE AT THE BBC VOL. 2” will be released in 2013. Simultaneously with the release of this VOL.2, the remastered version of “LIVE AT THE BBC” was released, and although it was not a physical release at about the same time, “BOOTLEG RECORDINGS 1963” was also released on download only. This was not a work specialized for BBC sound source, but the majority of the recorded songs were BBC sound sources and also contained many upgraded versions. Also in the remaster version of “LIVE AT THE BBC” in 2013, in the 1994 version, exclusion of special editing that the songs were seamlessly connected by crossfading, edit so that one song completes neatly to the ending Has been revised. Also, some songs have been replaced with a better sound source.

On the other hand, there are many releases due to downloads by volunteers, reflecting the Internet era for these regular / non-regular CD releases. Personal production BBC based on YELLOW DOG boxes such as “THE COMPLETE BBC SESSIONS” (PURPLE CHICK) in 2004, “UNSURPASSED BROADCASTS” (HOBNAIL) in 2010, “THE BBC ARCHIVES” in 2015 (LORD REITH) You can say that the complete collection is surely raised in level as new versions are overlapped and is approaching more perfect content.

The first thing we must mention is about the LP series “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB” which was released in total of 13 titles in the name of “BEEB TRANSCRIPTION RECORDS” in Europe from 1986 to 1988. In the name of “BEEB TRANSCRIPTION RECORDS” BBC regular name, the label side also tickle the mania heart which imitated the transcription disc design of BBC It was released about 13 feet from 1986 for three years since this series Has overturned the concept of Bootleg of the BBC sound source of the conventional Beatles with its contents and excellent sound quality. Most of the Beatles’ BBC tone generator boot legs from the Beatles are from household reel tape recorders with a narrow recording range recorded from AM radio represented by “YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD”, which was released in 1980 in the United States Some of the things boasting high sound quality such as “BROADCASTS” existed, but from the carrier in the Beatles’ BBC radio they were only a few materials. Even so, even though the sound quality was poor, those releases were very popular in the market at that time, even though the cover songs and other versions that were not yet released on record could be heard abundantly.

BBC first took a keen desire and rebroadcasted the material gathered in the warehouse in March 1982 and the special number “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB” at the end of 1982 gained great popularity from the listeners and entered Andy Peebles’ MC The entire program was released as a box set ‘s bootleg LP, and it was the turnout that they could sell like flying. Suddenly “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB – VOL. 1” was released in Europe in October 1986 when the release of the bootleg recorded from this special number had fallen, causing a sensation. Although it was not a time series, five programs from April 1963 to June appeared with very good sound quality from sound sources that I could not hear until then. The only one released in this board was two songs “Boys” and “I’ll Be On My Way” on the side of the program side, but because of its excellent sound quality, no one collector Thought that the BBC master tape was excavated.

BBC’s write program in the 1960s was simulcast broadcast both in normal AM broadcasting and in VHF / FM broadcasting using VHF waves. In the luxury receivers of those days it was possible to receive either of them, and in the early 1960’s there were still few audio and maniacs that purchased a good reel / recorder and a proper receiver and recorder There was only a small number of people who had online radio watching radio program collection of FM air checked misdemeanor. The European version “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB” series was a groundbreaking release based on their tapered high quality air check sound source.

Sound sources were provided by British collectors to Dutch traders. This dealer of the Netherlands is the same person as a dealer who later declares Yellow Dog. The LP series of “THE BEATLES AT THE BEEB VOL. 1 – VOL. 13” was produced in Europe from VOL.1 to VOL.9. For trouble with the press factory VOL.10 to VOL.13 were produced in the United States. VOL.10 and 11 were created by contractors who had claimed the rock solid at the time, and VOL.12 and 13 were produced by the tiger beat owner. The trader who claimed the rock solid sold the European board series VOL.1 to VOL.6 into 2 sets of 3 sets and also released a copy board. At the beginning of the release of VOL.1 it was information that there was no sequel with only this one, but after that the series continued to be released abundantly and made mania crazy. VOL.2 and 3 were released at the same time after the single release of VOL.1. After a while VOL.4 was released separately, after that VOL.5 and 6 were released at the same time. After a while VOL.7 was released separately, after that VOL.8 and 9 were released simultaneously.

VOL.10 and 11 were released simultaneously after American production, after that VOL.12 and 13 were released at the same time and the series ended. Some collectors pointed out that the quality declined since becoming American production, but this is not due to the fact that the quality itself of the original sound source has changed and it was never because of the cutting quality in the United States and the quality of press was bad, and from Europe It is not like having the master tape provided to the US deliberately dropped quality.

It certainly seems that the sound source after April 1964 of this series seems to be narrowing the band of the sound clearly recorded when compared with the previous one like AM broadcasting and FM broadcasting. It was recorded at the time of recording by lowering the recording speed by half compared to the previous one so that the sound was recorded when you left dubbing only the necessary part for organizing during decades of tape storage It is thought that the cause is reduced. Certainly it is impossible to abandon the possibility that tapers / equipment of VOL. 9 and VOL.

Anyway, thanks to this series it is extremely innovative that the sound source of a number of programs that were thought not to be fulfilled permanently listening to the master after the one time original broadcast at that time was released It can be said that it was that. Considering that the excavation of the sound source by this series and the release of the regular board “LIVE AT THE BBC” in 1994 thanks to the master tapes of several programs being returned to the BBC, this “THE The achievements that BEATLES AT THE BEEB series played can be said to be infinitely large.

The Talent Spot #2, January 29, 1963 Rec: January 22, 1962 BBC Paris Studio, London Producer: Brian Willey Host: Gary Marshal Recorded in front of a live audience 16. Ask Me Why

Here We Go #5, March 12, 1963 Rec: March 6, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, Manchester Producer: Peter Pilbeam Host: Ray Peters Recorded in front of a live audience 17. Instrumental (The Northern Dance Orchestra) 18. Misery 19. Do You Want To Know A Secret? 20. Please Please Me 21. Warmed Over Kisses (Ben Richmond) 22. Waltz In Jazz Time (The Northern Dance Orchestra) 23. Peoria (The NDO / The Trad Lads)

Saturday Club #2, March 16, 1963 Live Broadcast: Studio 3A, Broadcasting Place, London Producers: Jimmy Grant, Bernie Andrews Host: Brian Matthew 24. I Saw Her Standing There 25. Misery 26. Too Much Monkey Business 27. I’m Talking About You 28. Please Please Me 29. The Hippy Hippy Shake

Easy Beat #1, April 7, 1963 Rec: April 3, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, London Producer: Ron Belchier Host: Brian Matthew Recorded in front of a live audience 30. From Me To You (introduced by Gerry Marsden)

Swinging Sound ’63, April 18, 1963 Live Broadcast: Royal Albert Hall, London Producers: Terry Henebery, Ron Belchier Hosts: George Melly, Rolf Harris 31. Twist And Shout 32. From Me To You

Side By Side #1, April 22, 1963 Rec: April 1, 1963 BBC Piccadilly Theatre, London Producer: Bryant Marriott Host: John Dunn 33. Side By Side Theme (Duet with The Karl Denver Trio) 34. Do You Want To Know A Secret? (fragment) 35. Chat

Side By Side #2, May 13, 1963 Rec: April 1, 1963 BBC Piccadilly Theatre, London Producer: Bryant Marriott Host: John Dunn 36. Long Tall Sally 37. A Taste Of Honey 38. Chains 39. Thank You Girl 40. Boys

DISC TWO Saturday Club #3, May 25, 1963 Rec: May 21, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, London Producers: Jimmy Grant, Bernie Andrews Host: Brian Matthew 01. I Saw Her Standing There 02. Do You Want To Know A Secret? 03. Boys 04. Long Tall Sally 05. From Me To You 06. Money (That’s What I Want)

Steppin’ Out, June 3, 1963 Rec: May 21, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Diz Disley Recorded in front of a live audience 07. Please Please Me 08. I Saw Her Standing There

Pop Go The Beatles #01, June 4, 1963 Rec: May 24, 1963 Studio 2, Aeolian Hall, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Lee Peters Guest Group: The Lorne Gibson Trio 09. Pop Go The Beatles – Intro Theme 10. Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby 11. Do You Want To Know A Secret? 12. You Really Got A Hold On Me 13. Misery 14. The Hippy Hippy Shake 15. Pop Go The Beatles – Outro Theme

Pop Go The Beatles #02, June 11, 1963 Rec: June 1, 1963 BBC Paris Studio, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Lee Peters Guest Group: The Countrymen 16. Pop Go The Beatles – Intro Theme 17. Too Much Monkey Business 18. I Got To Find My baby 19. Young Blood 20. Till There Was You 21. Baby It’s You 22. Love Me Do 23. Pop Go The Beatles – Outro Theme

Pop Go The Beatles #03, June 18, 1963 Rec: June 1, 1963 BBC Paris Studio, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Lee Peters Guest Group: Carter Lewis & The Southerners 24. Pop Go The Beatles – Intro Theme 25. A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues 26. Memphis, Tennessee 27. A Taste Of Honey 28. Sure To Fall (In Love With You) 29. Greenback Dollar (Carter Lewis & The Southerners) 30. Money (That’s What I Want) 31. From Me To You 32. Pop Go The Beatles – Outro Theme

Easy Beat #2, June 23, 1963 Rec: June 19, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, London Producer: Ron Belchier Host: Brian Matthew Recorded in front of a live audience 33. Some Other Guy 34. A Taste Of Honey 35. Thank You Girl 36. From Me To You

DISC THREE Side By Side #3, June 24, 1963 Rec: April 4, 1963 BBC Paris Studio, London Producer: Bryant Marriott Host: John Dunn 01. Side By Side Theme (Duet with The Karl Denver Trio) 02. Too Much Monkey Business 03. Ja Der Willy (The Karl Denver Trio) 04. Love Me Do 05. Zub (The Karl Denver Trio) 06. Boys 07. When Day Is Done (The Karl Denver Trio) 08. I’ll Be On My Way 09. If I Had My Way (The Karl Denver Trio) 10. From Me To You 11. Wimoweh (The Karl Denver Trio) 12. Side By Side Theme (The Karl Denver Trio)

Pop Go The Beatles #04, June 25, 1963 Rec: June 17, 1963 Studio 5, Maida Vale Studios, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Lee Peters Guest Group: The Bachelors 13. Pop Go The Beatles – Intro Theme 14. I Saw Her Standing There 15. Anna (Go To Him) 16. Boys 17. Chains 18. Far Away Places (The Bachelors) 19. Jailer Bring Me Water (The Bachelors) 20. P.S. I Love You 21. Twist And Shout 22. Pop Go The Beatles – Outro Theme

Saturday Club #4, June 29, 1963 Rec: June 24, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, London Producers: Jimmy Grant, Bernie Andrews Host: Brian Matthew 23. I Got To Find My Baby 24. Memphis, Tennessee 25. Money (That’s What I Want) 26. Till There Was You 27. From Me To You 28. Roll Over Beethoven

The Beat Show, July 4, 1963 ec: July 3, 1963 Playhouse Theatre, Manchester Producer: Geoff Lawrence Host: Gay Byrne Recorded in front of a live audience 29. A Taste Of Honey 30. Twist And Shout

DISC FOUR Pop Go The Beatles #05, July 16, 1963 Rec: July 2, 1963 Studio 5, Maida Vale Studios, London Producer: Terry Henebery Host: Rodney Burke Guest Group: Duffy Power & the Graham Bond Quartet 01. Pop Go The Beatles – Intro Theme 02. That’s All Right (Mama) 03. There’s A Place 04. I Got A Woman (Duffy Power & the Graham Bond Quartet) 05. Cabbage Green (The Graham Bond Quartet) 06. Carol 07. Solider Of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) 08. I Saw Her Standing There (Duffy Power & the Graham Bond Quartet) 09. Spanish Blues (The Graham Bond Quartet) 10. Lend Me Your Comb 11. Clarabella 12. Pop Go The Beatles – Outro Theme