The Beatles – Live At The Hollywood Bowl - 1964 Rock - Sealed 180 Grm LP
The Beatles – Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Apple Records – 5705499, Universal Music Group International – 0602557054996
Vinyl, LP, Remastered, Gatefold
RECORD IS NEW / SEALED
11 Nov 2016
A1 Twist And Shout
Written-By – Russell*, Medley*
A2 She's A Woman 2:53
A3 Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Written-By – Williams*
A4 Ticket To Ride 2:51
A5 Can't Buy Me Love 2:14
A6 Things We Said Today 2:18
A7 Roll Over Beethoven
Written-By – Berry*
Written-By – Dixon*, Farrell*
A9 A Hard Day's Night 3:13
B1 Help! 2:46
B2 All My Loving 2:15
B3 She Loves You 2:31
B4 Long Tall Sally
Written-By – Johnson*, Penniman*, Blackwell*
B5 You Can't Do That 2:34
B6 I Want To Hold Your Hand 2:29
B7 Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
Written-By – Perkins*
B8 Baby's In Black 2:44
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Calderstone Productions Limited
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Apple Corps Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Calderstone Productions Limited
Copyright (c) – Apple Corps Ltd.
Licensed To – Apple Corps Ltd.
Recorded At – Hollywood Bowl
Produced At – Air Studios
Produced At – Abbey Road Studios
Edited At – Air Studios
Mixed At – Air Studios
Remixed At – Air Studios
Remixed At – Abbey Road Studios
Engineered At – Abbey Road Studios
Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG44532
Record Company – Universal International Music B.V.
Record Company – Universal Music Group
Published By – Sony/ATV Music Publishing Ltd.
Published By – Peermusic (UK) Ltd
Published By – MPL Communications Ltd.
Published By – Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ltd.
Published By – Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd.
Published By – Ardmore & Beechwood Music Ltd.
Design – Darren Evans (2), Gravillis Inc.
Engineer [1964 Concert], Recorded By [1964 Concert] – Hugh Davies (2)
Engineer [1965 Concert], Recorded By [1965 Concert] – Pete Abbott
Engineer [Assistant] – Matt Mysko
Engineer [Audio Restoration] – James Clarke (4)
Liner Notes – David Fricke, George Martin
Mastered By – Alex Wharton
Mastered By  – Wally Traugott
Mastered By  – Geoff Emerick
Mixed By , Sequenced By , Producer  – George Martin
Performer – George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr
Producer – Giles Martin
Producer [Original Recording] – Voyle Gilmore
Remix  – Geoff Emerick
Remix  – Sam OKell
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney (tracks: A2, A4 to A6, A9 to B3, B5, B6, B8)
Disc: Made in EU
Sleeve: Printed in Germany
℗© 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group)/ Apple Corps Limited. © 2016 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group)/ Apple Corps Limited.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Label Code: LC 01846
Rights Society: SDRM/BIEM
Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 1): BG44532-01 A1 5705499
Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 1): BG44532-01 B1 5705499
Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): BG44532-01 A1 5705499 4 = V
Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): BG44532-01 B1 311 Alex i...i 5705499
The 2016 masters are very different, with Apple stating it was essentially a new album, it also has a slightly new title (Live at the Hollywood Bowl, rather than The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl), and a completely different sleeve. There are also four new tracks on the 2016 release.
"The best of them – "Twist and Shout," "Can't Buy Me Love," "Boys," "Help!" – are ragged garage rockers that bristle with the energy the band brought to its fabled Hamburg sets just a few years earlier. And on less scruffy songs like "Baby's in Black" (one of four new tracks not found on the 1977 edition) they still display a wildly electric pulse not found on the tamer studio versions.
But the biggest revelation here is the sonic upgrade; you can actually hear the Beatles over the relentless audience squeals now. It's the best presentation of the live Beatles ever assembled, with precise instrumental definition that's almost entirely missing on other recordings. You can thank Giles Martin, son of the group's late producer and collaborator George Martin, for getting these 50-year-old tapes in listenable shape.
Still, through it all, the excitement of Beatlemania rings throughout Live at the Hollywood Bowl's 45 minutes. As John Lennon and Paul McCartney introduce songs, their hoarse words are nearly drowned out by the crowd's cries, and the sea of high-pitched screams that greets each song at its start is still deafening all these years later. Did it matter which songs they were singing on the Hollywood Bowl stage five decades ago? Probably not. And the album isn't going to convince you the Beatles did their best work onstage. But it does give you an idea just how much Beatlemania, in all of its screeching glory, played a part in their legend."
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|Format||LP, 180 Gram|