Second press OG and third press OG has insert cover, but original first press issued with white cover. A Japanese blog quoted a release date of and I would agree with that. Believing that these titles appeared relatively soon after these performances and not years later would place these into early to mid and counting back through the release numbers would bring us to A very rare release, rarely found on any list.
I have no idea when this came out but it has the same material as the above OG LP and, according to a Japanese bootleg blog, the sound quality is identical. In the end, this may just be another pre? OG release. This took part in the quality comparison with the Japanese titles and was noted for sounding worse. Side 1: something in Japanese? Comes with a blank label. Possibly the first version released by Berkley.
This first issue of the TV broadcast from 1 July , 2 PM show and the Wizardo copy were featured in detail in this earlier post. Both concerts would continue to be reissued and -packaged countless times on vinyl but we will stop here.
The last track was not listed on the cover. All in all, an LP with a rather short running time and stingy banding. They were released between April and November , which dates the LP to December at the earliest. Padded out with a few BBC recordings, copied from TMOQs Yellow Matter Custard to help suggest that all of these recordings might have come from the same recording sessions, when they were really recorded over 18 months apart.
Perhaps, whoever compiled the master tape got it on there by accident or as an inside joke. Joe Pope in The list goes on and on…. Circuit Records LK — available with red, green, blank white and the labels shown above and of course, as a picture disc.
Circuit chose to release the recordings in fake stereo and with the audio running too fast. December of It seems that the early versions of Dittolino titles were stamped and never had slip sheets to start with.
The origins of the master tape start with a slightly different source tape compared to the one used by TMOQ. The American Federation of Musician granted Capitol Records permission to record the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl for their first appearance there in August of after having denied this at the beginning of the year when Capitol had intended to tape the Carnegie Hall concerts in New York. From a technical point of view, the result was a disaster due to guitar leakage onto the vocal track because the stage set up of the Vox amps was not altered for this live recording session and they fed right into the vocal mics.
At least one mono acetate was produced in September of and sent to Brian Epstein. This is a two sided, 33rpm original Capitol Mono B acetate, that was originally owned by no other than Beatles manager Brian Epstein! Most of these acetates featured released versions, but there were two exceptions: The acetates of the legendary Hollywood Bowl concert, one the original mono mix from September , the other a stereo remix from When Pawlowski died in , the most important pieces of his collection where auctioned off by LA specialist store Rockaway Records.
The stereo remix mentioned above was produced on 30 September The master tape — seen here — was then sent to E. This would appear to reference another reel of tape. John Barrett logs reel AR as the original 27 August stereo mix and it is commonly believed that the available mono copies are simply the stereo mix folded to mono. I would love to be able to pinpoint when this leaked to bootleggers but that is hard to tell as more acetates exist ed :. Upon hearing whatever source tape the bootlegger had been given, they mis-remembered this as being the televised Shea stadium concert.
Surprisingly perhaps, not that many copies were pressed and this title is rather rare. The Offenbach concert was discussed in detail here. The tape Lou had to work with must have suffered from some substantial azimuth misalignment and have been a very high generation copy.
McCartney makes no location references during the show, but us heard saying dank u — thank you, in Dutch. We have at least extractions from most of the Dutch shows, and the performances here do not match those.
Bare in mind that It can only be found here. The San Diego concert songs are decent sound. Side 2 slightly better. A very fine one! Side one is in quite terrible quality but the folks that made this record were kind enough to warn the collector! Side two is also not the best quality but still very enjoyable! Too funny to hear Paul speaking german! All in all: A fine bootleg above all for its age!
NOTE: The consignor is transferring all copyrights connected with this material. On the other hand, the seller has already done the transfer to digital. However, not knowing what equipment was used, I would prefer to do my own.
Of thousands of bands covered in the book, Gassen listed Mockingbird Lane on his "all time Hot " list, which also included The Chesterfield Kings and the Flamin' Groovies. The music of Mockingbird Lane was said to keep to the basics of fuzz guitar , Farfisa organ, and screaming. Luv drums. With later songs like "Dig Her Up" and an anti- Beatles tune called "I Don't Wanna Hold Your Hand", the prominent lyrical themes of gloom and doom presented by the band were combined with a healthy dose of tongue-in-cheek garage humor.
Drummer Steve E. Shortly after the release of that EP, the band signed with Sundazed Records. Sundazed Records releases rare and previously unreleased tracks by different garage rock and surf music bands including The Knickerbockers and The Five Americans. The vinyl was pressed in a distinct slime green color. The liner notes for the song album were written by Blotto lead singer, Sergeant Blotto. From this point, the band line-up changed again with the eventual departure of both bassist Robin Graves and drummer Marty Feier, who was replaced by Rusty "Krusty" Nales, then by drummer OP, and replaced again by Dave Pollack.
As organist Kim commented, "We go through more drummers than Spinal Tap. In early , the band caught some media attention by issuing a simultaneous triple release of their new recordings. The band split up in , playing the last show at Pauly's Hotel in their hometown of Albany. The band recently successfully completed a PledgeMusic campaign  which resulted in the April Cacaphone Records re-release of the debut LP on vinyl, CD, and cassette, remastered with bonus tracks.View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Chrome symbol on cassette Cassette release of Colour By Numbers on Discogs.