Beatles Featuring Tony Sheridan Written And Narrated by Geoffrey Giuliano - The Savage Young Beatles In Hamburg 1961 (A Musical Biography) mp3 album
Beatle historian Geoffrey Giuliano has culled together sessions recorded as the Beatles backed up fellow expat Tony Sheridan, along with rare interview recordings on THE SAVAGE YOUNG BEATLES IN HAMBURG 1961. Stories about the Beatles' excess during the years before their success are common, and on THE SAVAGE BEATLES, interviews with Pete Best (who had yet to be ousted when these recordings were done), the other Beatles and band "handler" Horst Fasher describe an oat-sowing of the wildest variety. The eight recordings, produced by legendary German bandleader Bert Kaempfert, were.
The Early Tapes of The Beatles is the first digital repackaging of The Beatles' First, the 1964 German compilation album of Tony Sheridan and The Beatles recordings. The songs were recorded in Hamburg between 1961 and 1963. Most of the tracks feature vocals by Sheridan. Only tracks 1-5, 7, 10, and 11 actually feature the Beatles, with John Lennon singing lead on "Ain't She Sweet" and featuring "Cry for a Shadow", an instrumental written and performed by the British group alone
Beatles Bop – Hamburg Days is a compilation album of the 1961 recording of Tony Sheridan and The Beatles released by Bear Family Records in 2001. To date, this is the most complete collection of the recordings done with producer Bert Kaempfert for Polydor (excluding the other recordings featured on the My Bonnie/The Beatles' First albums that were done by other musicians under "The Beat Brothers" name)-featuring both mono and stereo mixes of the album.
Second single featuring Beatles Hamburg regordings. The recording was also made in Harburg’s e on June 22 & 23, 1961. 1. First pressing, February 28, 1964. Original Polydor company orange sleeves have MADE IN ENGLAND text on the back side. The Beatles’ First (Recorded In Hamburg 1961 with Tony Sheridan & Guests), Polydor Special, MCPS 236201. Album features the eight Hamburg recordings involving the Beatles plus four songs recorded by Tony Sheridan without the Beatles. While it appears that Polydor in . initially planned on releasing The Beatles First in mono, the company ultimately decided to press the LP exclusively in stereo upon its release on the Polydor Special label. This album is a reissue of the eponymous German album which was released in April 1964 and imported to England.
The Beatles with Tony Sheridan and Their Guests.
The Beatles In The Beginning Featuring Tony Sheridan 1970 1st Press, in original shrink. NM+ or better condition. Super clean, from the collection of a very meticulous collector. Featuring tony sheridan. In the beginning (circa 1960). I haven't heard this album in decades but I'm sure it's the Beatles in Hamburg recording with Tony Sheridan as 'The Beat Brothers'. The vinyl itself is like-new. The Beatles featuring Tony Sheridan
|1||Introduction By The Author||2:44|
|2||George Harrison Recalls The Beatles' Early Days In Hamburg||2:09|
|3||Beatles Bodyguard, Horst Fascher Remembers The Group's Dedication To Their Art||0:35|
|4||Lennon Confidante Fred Seaman Recalls John's Feelings On The Beatles' Early Days||1:54|
|5||Pete Best Recounts The Chilling Tale Of The Thing||2:45|
|6||Cry For A Shadow And Pete Recalls A Typical Night In Hamburg||3:17|
|7||Paul McCartney Reflects On His Relationship With Beatle Stuart Sutcliff||1:39|
|8||Pete Best Remembers His Close Friend John||1:16|
|9||What'd I Say||2:39|
|10||Dakota's Drummer, Tony Mansfield Comments On The Early Beatles Composing Talents||0:43|
|11||John Lennon Remembers The Group's Constant Hunt For New Material||0:34|
|12||Horst Fascher And Pete Best Name Their Favorite Beatle||1:38|
|13||Legendary Record Producer Bob Gallo Discloses The Beatles' Naughty Behavior In Hamburg||1:05|
|14||Pete Best Looks Back||1:09|
|15||John Lennon And Horst Fascher Remember The Infamous Hamburg Toilet Seat Story||2:48|
|17||Horst Fascher Reveals He Once Actually Sang Lead For The Beatles||1:14|
|18||If You Love Me, Baby||2:55|
|19||Horst Fascher Recalls The Very Real Violence Of The Reeperbahn||1:56|
|21||Horst Fascher And Pete Best Look Back On Stu, The Lost Beatle||3:48|
|23||Tony Mansfield Goes On Record Regarding Pete's Drumming Ability||0:34|
|24||Pete Best Makes A Rare Comment On His Replacement In The Group, Ringo Starr||0:44|
|25||Former Beatles Manager, Allan Williams, Recalls The Beatles In Black Leather||2:27|
|26||Sweet Georgia Brown||2:05|
|27||Cavern Club Compere, Bob Wooler, Attempts To Define The Beatles' Magic||1:27|
|28||Beatles' Personal Assistant, Alistair Taylor, Remembers||0:56|
- Copyright (c) – Delta Music Inc.
- Licensed From – San Juan Music Group
- Interviewee – Alistair Taylor , Allan Williams , Bob Gallo, Bob Wooler, Fred Seaman, George Harrison, Horst Fascher, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Pete Best, Tony Mansfield
- Narrator – Geoffrey Giuliano
- Producer – David St. Onge, Geoffrey Giuliano
- Written By – Geoffrey Giuliano
NotesReleased in a standard jewel case with a 4 page booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 18111 27542 2
- Barcode (Scan): 018111275422
- Matrix / Runout: *3D* 12754 A1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L433
- Mould SID Code: none