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Not On Label (The Beatles) – B 17664. Format: CD, Album, Unofficial Release. Includes the two 1964 Melbourne shows. Cover shows wrong year of recording, 17 june 1967.
The Beatles' Second Album 1964. The Beatles - Second Album 1964 Odeon ZTOX 5558 German Album Cover in VG condition. Album cover has masking tape on all sides holding cover together.
The Beatles 1964 world tour was The Beatles first world tour, launched after their 1964 UK tour. The reception was enthusiastic, with The Spectator describing it as "hysterical". It was followed by their subsequent US tour in August that year. Note: As Ringo Starr was hospitalized in the UK, Jimmie Nicol was temporarily hired to stand in for Ringo as a drummer for the shows from 4 June -13 June until Ringo rejoined the group in Melbourne.
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Features Song Lyrics for The Beatles's 1964-06-17: Melbourne, Australia album. The Beatles - 1964-06-17: Melbourne, Australia Album Lyrics.
The Beatles Festival Hall, Melbourne - Jun 16, 1964 Jun 16 1964. The Beatles Festival Hall, Melbourne - Jun 16, 1964 Jun 16 1964. The Beatles Festival Hall, Melbourne - Jun 17, 1964 Jun 17 1964. Last updated: 26 Apr 2019, 00:13 Etc/UTC. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
A1 On Stage With The Beatles A2 How Beatlemania Began A3 Beatlemania In Action A4 Man Behind The Beatles - Brian Epstein A5 John Lennon A6 Who's A Millionaire? B1 Beatles Will Be Beatles B2 Man Behind The Music - George Martin B3 George Harrison. C1 A Hard Day's Night - Their First Movie C2 Paul McCartney C3 Sneaky Haircuts And More About Paul.
Live: Festival Hall, Melbourne. At 8am on the morning of 15 June 1964, Jimmie Nicol left the Southern Cross Hotel on Bourke Street, Melbourne. Accompanied by Brian Epstein, he was driven to the airport where he was given a final agreed fee of £500, as well as a gold watch with the engraving: "To Jimmy, with appreciation and gratitude – Brian Epstein and The Beatles. Australian trade union rules meant that all album artwork had to be re-photographed and altered; it was felt that Robert Freeman's iconic image would lose details, so a replacement was designed. Lennon, however, was unwilling to tolerate such a reason. That night, and for the two subsequent nights, The Beatles performed two shows at the Festival Hall in Melbourne. The six concerts were watched by a total of 45,000 people.
|Festival Hall, Melbourne, 16 June 1964|
|2||I Saw Her Standing There|
|3||You Can't Do That|
|4||All My Loving|
|5||She Loves You|
|6||'Til There Was You|
|7||Roll Over Beethoven|
|8||Can't Buy Me Love|
|10||Twist And Shout|
|11||Long Tall Sally|
|Festival Hall, Melbourne, 17 June 1964|
|13||I Saw Her Standing There|
|14||You Can't Do That|
|15||All My Loving|
|16||She Loves You|
|17||'Til There Was You|
|18||Roll Over Beethoven|
|19||Can't Buy Me Love|
|21||Twist And Shout|
|22||Long Tall Sally|
|Live At London Palladium, 13 October 1963|
|23||From Me To You|
|24||I'll Get You|
|25||She Loves You|
|26||Twist And Shout|
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- Recorded At – Festival Hall, Melbourne
- Recorded At – London Palladium
NotesIncludes the two 1964 Melbourne shows.
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- Matrix / Runout: IU9752-1