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  1. Tygoramar Reply

    Apr 28,  · The Beatles finish work on Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by recording a two-second snippet of gibberish for use in the original vinyl LP's run-out groove, meaning that the listener would hear the noises repeated on a loop until they got up and took the record off the turntable. The only actual vocal is a Beatle saying something.

  2. Dukazahn Reply

    The Beatles: 1st Live Recording Vol. 1 - Hamburg, Germany, (Pickwick-- SPC) The Beatles: 60 Greats - Disc 3 (Teichiku Records) The Beatles: Alternate Takes The Hamburg Tapes (TJT Productions -- TJT).

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    (/Festival) 63 Tracks - The early Bee Gees, the complete known early recordings - Very rare Australian Double-CD! The Bee Gees CD: Brilliant From The Birth (2-CD) - Bear Family Records To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser.

  4. Kazishakar Reply

    The Beatles arrived very early in the morning of 17 August , but had no trouble finding the St. Pauli area of Hamburg, as it was so infamous. Unfortunately the Indra Club (64 Grosse Freiheit) was closed, so a manager from a neighbouring club found someone to open it up, and the group slept on the red leather seats in the alcoves. The group played at the club on the same night, but were.

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    1st Live Recordings is a two-volume album series released by Pickwick Records in containing live performances by The Beatles. Adrian Barber, the stage manager at the Star Club, on the instructions by King Size Taylor, the leader of The Dominoes, another group from Liverpool, recorded this on a Grundig home tape recorder at 3 3⁄4 ips in December , probably during three performances.

  6. Mur Reply

    The Historic First Live Recordings, a Compilation of songs by The Beatles. Released in on Pickwick (catalog no. PTP; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock & Roll, Merseybeat, Pop.

  7. Mishicage Reply

    The Beatles - Alternate Takes ~ The Hamburg Tapes ().

  8. Toshura Reply

    "Hallelujah I Love Her So" is a single by American musician Ray Charles. The rhythm and blues song was written and released by Charles in on the Atlantic label, and in it was included on his self-titled debut LP, also released on Atlantic. The song peaked at number five on the Billboard R&B chart. It is loosely based on 'Get It Over Baby' by Ike Turner ().Genre: R&B.

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