How to listen to GET BACK in German-singing! : The Swingin' Pig serie : Ultra Rare Trax + super 45 tours français odéon SOE 3760
The sound quality on the URT series was phenomenal. Many people are of the opinion that the one-inch masters were used and thus, it had to be an "inside job." Heatley told ICE, though, "I would dispute that completely ... they could've been done on quarter-inch tape many years ago." He also denied stories that CD test pressings sent to the Beatles might have been a source or that Mark Lewisohn had anything to do with the tapes leaking out.***Still others believe that these studio outtakes actually slipped out at two distinct times in the 1980s. The first leak purportedly occurred during the studio compilation project for EMI's aborted Beatles album, Sessions. A limited amount of tape dubs were made of certain unreleased Beatles songs reviewed for the project. A person or persons later sold the copies through a middleman, which then made their way into bootlegger's bands.***A second leak is also said to have occurred around 1987, during the production of a radio special on the Beatles. Again, tape copies were made and distributed through an intermediary to both The Swingin' Pig and Yellow Dog Records. The price was said to be in the $20,000 range for about six hours of tape.***The original tapes are said to be back at EMI, the damage had already been done. Many hours of rare music were ultimately released without the permission of either the group or its record label.****Tracks 1-7-8-9-10: mono - tracks 2-3-4-5-6: stereo.***Track 7: very funny version - try to listen and you'll know what I mean!***12th Dec. 1964 : I Feel Fine tops UK chart, with advance orders of 750,000/750.000, and is their fourth consecutive UK million-seller.***Dec. 26, 1964 : I Feel Fine tops US chart as She's A Woman hits US #4 , completing a run of 30 US hits for the year.***I feel Fine : l'intro fut utilisée suite à un effet Larsen "accidentel", 1er feed back de l'Histoire du Rock!
***CD Live at Palais Des Sports, Porte de Versailles, Paris, 20 juin 1965 (STARLIFE HRCD 52023, 1988.***Tracklist: 1-12 (afternoon show) : Twist and shout/She's a woman/Can't buy me love/I'm a loser/I wanna be your man/A hard day's night/Baby's in black/Rock and roll music/Everybody's trying to be my baby/I feel fine/Ticket to ride/Long tall Sally.***Evening show : Twist and shout/She's a woman/I'm a loser/Can't buy me love/Baby's in black/I wanna be your man/A hard day's night/Everybody's trying to be my baby/Rock and roll music/I feel fine/Ticket to ride/Long tall Sally.***CD Live in Japan at Budo Kan Hall, Tokyo, June 30, 1966 & Saturday, July 2, 1966 (STARLIFE HRCD 52024, 1988).***Tracklist : 1-12 : Rock & roll music/She's a woman/Day tripper/If I needed someone/Baby's in black/I feel fine/Yesterday/I wanna be your man/Nowhere man/paperback writer/I'm down.***Tracklist : 12-22 : Rock & roll music/She's a woman/If I needed someone/Day tripper/Baby's in black/I feel fine/Yesterday/I wanna be your man/Nowhere man/paperback writer/I'm down.***CD Live in Adelaide, July 12, 1964 (STARLIFE HRCD 52026, 1988).***Tracklist 1-6 : I saw her standing there/All my loving/She loves you/Till there was you/Roll over Beethoven/Can't buy me love.***7-18 : Live in Houston, Colosseum, August 19th, 1965, 2nd Show.***Tracklist : Twist and shout/She's a woman/I feel fine/Dizzy Miss Lizzie/Ticket to ride/Every body's trying to be my baby/Can't buy me love/Baby's in black/I wanna be your man/A hard day's night/Help!/I'm down.***CD Live! Ticket To Ride (BACK TRAX CD 04-88008), 1988.***Tracklist : 1-7 : Live Stockholm, Sweden, 24th Oct. 1963 : I saw her standing there/From me to you/Money/Roll over Beethoven/You really got a hold on me/She loves you/Twist and shout.***Tracklist 8-19 : Paris, Palais des Sports, Porte de Versailles, afternoon show from 20th June 1965.***Photos taken in Stockholm.
Les Lionceaux furent un groupe français qui eût un succès énorme durant les années 60 (de 1963 à 1965). La photo de la pochette est probablement la scène du cabaret Bilboquet.***A la sortie de ce super 45 tours en janvier 1965, le groupe était composé de Alain Hattat, Bob (alias Michel Mathieu), Gérard Fournier dit Papillon et Michel Taymond.***Sur cet EP, ils reprennent aussi dans la langue de Molière des chansons devenues des standards telles que Google Eye des Nashville Teens; All day and all of the night des Kinks et Gone, gone, gone des Everly Brothers. Direction musicale : Lee Hallyday (cousin de Johnny).Pas de massacre orthographique!
Sur cet EP, Thierry Vincent accompagné par Eddie Vartan (frère de Sylvie) et son orchestre reprend également une chanson de Paul Anka.***Thierry Vincent avait débuté en 1962 sous le pseudo de Lou Vincent avec Les Pingouins. Service militaire oblige, il est de retour début 1964, prêt à s'imposer en solo.***"Je n'peux l'acheter" est une superbe version française du hit des Beatles "Can't Buy Me Love", alors en concurrence directe avec l'adaptation des Lionceaux au printemps 1964.***La marque bel air (Musidisc) était dirigée par la soeur d'Eddie Barclay.***Le visuel du 45 tours des Beatles Can't Buy Me Love / You Can't Do That est celui issu de la collection française "Beatles Flash Back" éditée en 1973.
It was quite fantastic to be back in London less than five months later seeing I went to visit the City in early November 1978.***At the Portobello road market I bought the brand new Abbey Road picture disc in early May as well as my friend you can see on left. Unfortunately I sold it (not my friend) for a lot of money to a record dealer in Liège many many years ago. What a pity! My goodness, the time passes by so fast.******
June 14, 1969 : The Ballad Of John And Yoko, with only Lennon and McCartney playing on the track, tops UK chart. It is the 1st stereo single release by the group and its last UK #1.***July 12, 1969 : single hits US #8, plagued by radio censorship problems through its use of the word "Christ".***December 6, 1969 : Something/Come Together hits UK #4.***About "Something" : Frank Sinatra calls it the greatest love song of the last 50 years and will recorded it himself at the end of October 1970.***March 21, 1970 : Let It Be hits UK #2.***April 11, 1970 : Let It Be tops US chart, having debuted at #6, the highest position ever for any single in its 1st week of release.