quinta-feira, 20 de outubro de 2011

GEORGE HARRISON - PORTRAIT OF A GARDENER-6-SET SCORSESE FILM

GEORGE HARRISON - PORTRAIT OF A GARDENER-6-SET SCORSESE FILM















The amazing new Martin Scorcese film about George Harrison, in its entire, without the editing that it will probably suffer when it comes out in DVD.
This is HD quality, YES, you heard it right, HIGH DEFINITION quality image with footages of George Harrison you've never seen in your entire life! Only God knows when this documentary will be released and IF it will be released without any strong editions.

"George Harrison: Living in the Material World," NEW MOVIE :

Includes interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and a host of others.
Composed of extraordinary source footage, most entirely unseen before, that combines newsreels, U.S. and British television shows, home movies and hundreds of rare photographs blended with the requisite talking-head interviews - both new and old - the 3 1/2-hour rockumentary follows Harrison through the now familiar tale of the rise of the Beatles - a story virtually as well known these days as the New Testament - with the first program reaching its climactic epiphany with Eric Clapton's guitar solo on the Beatles' recording of Harrison's song "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."

DVD - PART ONE

Includes interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and a host of others.
Composed of extraordinary source footage, most entirely unseen before, that combines newsreels, U.S. and British television shows, home movies and hundreds of rare photographs blended with the requisite talking-head interviews - both new and old - the 3 1/2-hour rockumentary follows Harrison through the now familiar tale of the rise of the Beatles - a story virtually as well known these days as the New Testament - with the first program reaching its climactic epiphany with Eric Clapton's guitar solo on the Beatles' recording of Harrison's song "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."

DVD - PART TWO

Includes interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, George Martin and a host of others.
The second part here is Harrison as the post-Beatles Renaissance man, pioneering the high-profile charity concert, advancing the cause of world music and helping to produce more than a few of the best British films of the 1980s. This section is more diffuse, with material on Harrison the family man, or the founding of the Traveling Wilburys.
The ending is bitter sweet especially from Ringo.
Around 1:56 into the broadcast there is a blank screen for 1 sec - . this is the way it was broadcast, I don't know if it was from HBO, or if its in the documentary itself that way.

PLUS : The George Harrison Special : A great tribute to George Harrison aired exclusively on KMTT 103.7 "The Mountain" Seattle, Washington TAKEN FROM MASTERS in 3 CDs in GREAT QUALITY! ULTRA RARE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN CD FORMAT!

PLUS : THE HARRI-SPECTOR SHOW REMASTERS:

The first half hour of this new disc is taken up by a unique, only recently surfaced Apple Studios-acetate. The disc, with handwritten labels that read 'The Harri-Spector Show', contained a never before heard jam-session of George and his American producer-pal Phil Spector. The exact date of recording remains unclear, but judging from the songs the two are picking we can freely suggest this jam should be dated somewhere late 1970, early 1971. Two of the songs briefly 'touched' are John Lennon's 'Remember' and 'God', tracks from his Plastic Ono Band album; released on December 11, 1970.
The Harri Spector Show

01. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight / River Deep Mountain High / Save The Last Dance For Me
02. Bring It On Home To Me / Remember / God / Your Cash Ain't Nothin' But Trash / Money Honey / Tonight's The Night / You Better Move On
03. Down In The Valley / I Went To Your Wedding / The Great Pretender
04. Baby Let's Play House / Bluebird Over The Mountain / Ob La Di, Ob La Da / Let It Down / Hokey Pokey / I Hear You Knockin'
05. That'll Be The Day / Let It Down (instrumental) / Leaning On The Lamppost
06. You instr. track - acetate
07. You instr. track - acetate
08. Message From George To David
09. Ding Dong, Ding Dong
10. The Place I Love [Splinter]
11. Another Message From George To David
12. Gravy Train [Splinter]
13. Somebody's City [Splinter]
14. More From George To David
15. China Light [Splinter]
16. Drink All Day [Splinter]
17. Music For A Ballet [Shankar Family and Friends]
18. I Am Missing You [Shankar Family and Friends]
vocals by: Lakshmi Shankar
19. Dark Horse
20. Lovely Laddy Day [Ronnie Spector] with George on guitar (acetate)


CD Notes

Tracks 1 - 5:
George Harrison & Phil Spector - Studio Apple Acetate - early 70's

Tracks 6 and 7:
Recorded probably at Abbey Road and/or Trident and/or Island Studios London, on February 9th, 1971.
Leon Russell - piano, George Harrison - guitar, Jim Gordon - drums, Carl Radle - bass, Gary Wright - electric piano

Tracks 10, 12, 13, 15 and 16:
Rough mixes. Original versions appeared on the Splinter album The Place I Love. This album was produced by George Harrison. George also plays guitar, bass, dobro, mandolin, harmonica, synthesizer and percussion and does backing vocals. The album was released on September 20th, 1974.

Tracks 17 and 18:
Rough mixes of which original versions appeared on the Ravi Shankar album Shankar Family and Friends. The album was produces by George and released on September 20th, 1974.

Tracks 9 and 19:
Rough mixes of which original versions appeared on the Harrison album Dark Horse, that was released on December 20th, 1974.

Track 20:
Probably recorded at Abbey Road Studios, Island and/or Trident Studios London in February 1971.
Ronnie Spector - lead vocals, probably one or more of the following: George Harrison - acoustic guitar, Jim Gordon - drums, Leon Russel - keyboards, Klaus Voormann - bass, Carl Radle - bass, Ringo Starr - (possible) percussion, Phil Spector - (possible) keyboards

Information on the disc (for those who care to read it):

With The Harri-Spector Show, Strawberry Records is proud to present a well-balanced cd of rarities by ex-Beatle George Harrison. The Quiet One, as he's often referred to by Beatle scholars. The Fab Four's lead-guitarist from whom we, unfortunately, rarely see new cds being released. It is therefore that we at Strawberry treasure so much what we have found searching his rich musical archive. All tracks presented here are heard for the very first time. So know, before you've even heard a note, that what you're holding in your hands now is an extreme rarity.

The first half hour of this new Strawberry disc is taken up by a unique, only recently surfaced Apple Studios acetate. The disc, with handwritten labels that read "The Harri-Spector Show", contained a never before heard jam-session of George and his American producer-pal Phil Spector.
The exact date of recording remains unclear, but judging from the songs the two are picking we can freely suggest this jam should be dated somewhere late 1970, early 1971. Two of the songs briefly "touched" are John Lennon's "Remember" and "God", tracks from his Plastic Ono Band album; released on December 11, 1970. One of the other songs is an acoustic run-through of George's "Let It Down", one of the tracks from "All Things Must Pass". Sessions for this Phil Spector produced triple longplay took place from May to late August 1970.
Expecting you to know literally all about the life and times of George, how he became a Quarry Man, a Beatles and an ex-Beatle, we thought it'd be nice instead to give you some details on Spector's whereabouts before he met Harri (and the other three Fabs).
Phil Spector was born Philip Harvey Spector in the city of New York on November 26, 1940. He became interested in popular music after hearing Lonnie Donegan's hit "Rock Island Line" (yes, the very same song that inspired John to form his Quarry Men). Young Phil bought himself a guitar and performed Donegan's hit in a talent contest in 1957. That same year he formed his first group, The Sleepwalkers. It split the next year, when Spector simply founded his next group, the Teddybears. It was with them that he had his first No.1: "To Know Him Is To Love Him", a song he'd penned himself.
In 1960, Spector started working as a record-producer and launched his own record label called Phille. Amongst the stars he produced were The Crystals. In 1963 he released his famous Christmas Album, the one that would later be re-released by Apple.
The four Beatles first met Phil Spector on their first visit to New York in February 1964 when he offered himself as their new producer. By then he had made himself famous with his "Wall Of Sound", a distinctive system of multiple recording creating a denser, voluminous sound. Wisely enough The Beatles chose to rather continue working with Sir George Martin. Later that same year Spector produced the recording of a Beatles-novelty single by Bonnie Jo Mason: "I Love Ringo" backed with "Beatle Blues". Not a very big hit for Bonnie, who would later acquire more success under the name of Cher.
In the mid-sixties Phil moved on to produce artists such as The Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Loving Feeling") and The Ronettes, a trio including Ronnie and Estelle Bennett. Phil married Ronnie, who sought her own career as Ronnie Spector.
The Beatles met Spector again in 1969, following their ill-fated sessions for their new film and longplay, to be called Get Back. Having taped some hundred hours of rehearsals and run-throughs of covers and newly penned songs at the January-cold Twickenham Film Studios and their newly built Apple studios mostly The Beatles themselves were tired of it all. By then the group was already disintegrating, showing more interest in their solo careers than in playing together as a group.
After Stones-manager Allen Klein took over The Beatles' business one of the problems was this pile of Get Back tapes. Producers George Martin and the young Glynn Johns had each given it their attempt, but couldn't really satisfy The Beatles' expectations. Klein thought of "old friend" Phil Spector and asked him for a helping hand.
We all know how that ended. Spector's work on "Get Back" resulted in the "Let It Be" longplay and a very disappointed Paul McCartney. Without priorly notifying him, mister "Wall Of Sound" had overloaded "The Long And Winding Road" with orchestral backing and celestial choirs whereas Paul had intended it to be a simple production. He complained, but no one listened. It was only a matter of weeks before he announced he'd left The Beatles and the group was history.
Spector went on to produce records for George and John Lennon (the Plastic Ono Band, Imagine and Sometime In New York City longplays and the singles Instand Karma, Power To The People and Happy X-Mas).
Harri and Phil soon became close friends. Spector produced the triple of George's Bangla Desh concert and was also asked to sit in on sessions for "All Things Must Pass", Harrison's most successful solo album ever.

However, it wasn't always sunshine with Phil Spector as a producer in the studio. In his book "The Quiet One", a fine biography of Beatle George, British writer Alan Calyson portraits Spector as a man who didn't always know when to finish drinking. Often he was late arriving at the studio, not rarely inebriated upon arrival. He was also a moody man, who didn't like to be disagreed with. Alan Clayson quotes George remembering Phil as follows: "He was a bit outrageous, but very weet. He was like a giant person inside this frail, little body". In 1987, being interviewed for Musician-magazine, George looked back upon the recording sessions for "All Things Must Pass", also remembering the producer: "In bad shape he used to have eighteen cherry brandies before he could get himself down to the studio. I got so tired of that because I needed someone to help. I was ending up with more work than if I'd just been doing it on my own."
Still, George must have liked the job Spector did, "cause the two worked together for years to come. Whether they're still the closest friends these days, we wouldn't dare to say. But in the colourful booklet that came with the cd-re-release of "All Things Must Pass" earlier this year, the producer is given all the personal credits he could ever wish for: "It's been thirty years since "All Things Must Pass" was recorded. All these years later I would like to liberate some of the songs from the big production that seemed appropriate at the time, but now seem a bit over the top with the reverb in the wall of sound... Last but certainly not least, thanks to the amazing Mr. Phil Spector, who produced so many fantastic records in the sixties. He helped me so much to get this record made. In his company I came to realize the true value of the Hare Krishna Mantra. God bless you Phil, George Harrison."

Going back now to the Harri-Spector acetate, back to 1971, we can hear George and Phil clearly enjoying themselves going impromptu through a wide range of popclassics and rock 'n roll standards. Spanning from the more obvious choices like Buddy Holly's That'll Be The Day (on Harri will have remembered as the very first Beatles record), Bluebird Over The Mountain and Down In The Valley; there's also some surprising choices like Ike and Tina Turner's big hit "River Deep Mountain High".
The selection of songs reveals quite a lot about Harri and Spector's state of musical mind and taste at the time. Covering his friend Dylan's "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" must have been Harrison's choice, whilst songs like "The Great Pretender" and "You Better Move On" were almost certainly more amongst Phil's favourites.
Noteworthy as well is the relatively large number of tunes, - remembering late 1970 or early 1971 as most possible date of recording -, The Beatles and George had only recently gone through rehearsing their new film and longplay Get Back. Songs that Spector, having listened to all of these "most miserable sessions on earth" (to quote the late Mr. Winston O'Boogie) must have also remembered the words to.
Some mixed memories of The Beatles' split will certainly come back to you listening to Harri and Spector going through songs like The Drifters' "Save The Last Dance For Me", The Animals' "Bring It On Home To Me" and the old little tune of "Leaning On A Lamppost".
As a special treat George and Phil also please us with their own version of one Beatles tune. Here's a unique opportunity to hear George take the lead in McCartney's Obladi-Oblada. But there's more. Like we said before, for close listeners, hidden away between the various run-throughs (at the start of track 2) there's a short version (a line or two) of John Lennon's song "God", again with fellow ex-Beatle George taking the lead.

All of this Harri-Spector session is acoustic. It's just George and Phil plugging their guitars, singing to it. In most of the songs it's mister Wall Of Sound taking the lead, with George joining in on the chorus. George takes the lead in "Down In The Valley", "Obladi-Oblada", "Leaning On A Lamppost" and two alternate versions of "Let It Down" (hidden away between the fragments in tracks 4 and 5). Most of the songs are only fragments in George and Phil's medley down memory-lane. Whenever they feel like they change to the next song. It's nice to notice, throughout the session, that both of them know the words to so many unexpected songs. Although to be frank sometimes one has to ask the other what this or that song went like and whether he remembered the right words to it.
Tracks 6 and 6 are two previously unreleased instrumental tracks for one of George's finest-ever love-songs: You. Again taken from a recently surfaced original Apple-acetate the song was written for Phil Spector's wife Ronnie (Bennett). In his autobiography I Me Mine George remembers how the song, first rehearsed in the summer of 1970 during sessions for "All Things Must Pass", actually came about.
"I wrote it and laid the track down with Leon Russell. I tried to write a Ronette sort of song. We never got to make a whole album because we only did four or five tracks before Phil fell over, and then he decided to release 'Try Some Buy Some' as a single."
"Try Some Buy Some" was released on Apple 33 on April 16, 1971. Backed with "Tandoori Chicken", co-written by George, it didn't do much in the US-charts, topping at no.77. George would later use "Try Some Buy Some" on his "Living In The Material World" longplay.

The acetate-recordings preserved here were probably made at London's Abbey Road Studios on February 9, 1971. Playing on track are, besides George, Leon Russell (piano), Jim Gordon (drums), Carl Radle (bass) and Gary Wright (electric piano).
In the years that followed George, again quoting him from his I Me Mine, more or less "forgot about" the wonderful song. Until May 1975 when he dug out this old instrumental track and re-worked it for his new album Extra Texture, released in September that year. "I overdubbed the original instrumental track, put my own vocals to it, even though it was recorded in Ronnie Spector's register. A bit high for me."

Tracks 8 to 19 of this Strawberry-tribute to the musical legend of George Harrison, are taken from another unique find. A tape of rough mixes and alternate takes previously unheard by the big crowd. Saved here is George Harrison's job as a producer for Splinter, the best known group from the stables of this own Dark Horse label. One of Splinter's most successful albums was "The Place I Love", released on September 20, 1974. Strawberry somehow managed to lay their hands on a collection of five rough mixes for that album, recorded and produced months before its initial release.

On the very tracks (10, 12, 13, 15 and 16) we can also hear the producer in all his wide musical variety. George plays guitar, bass, dobro, mandolin, harmonica, synthesizer and percussion. And if that's not enough mister Dark Horse himself also takes care of most of the backing-vocals. George loved Splinter, he was convinced of their potential hit-success. Sorry for him it didn't work quite the way he hoped it would, the group never made it big.

Tracks 17 and 18, still the same previously unheard tape, are rough mixes of finished versions that were later released on the Ravi Shankar longplay "Shankar Family And Friends" (released September 20, 1974). This album as well was produced by George.

Tracks 9 and 19 are to be treasured rarities, previously unheard rough mixes of two songs that eventually turned up on George's own "Dark Horse" longplay, released December 20, 1974. The album's title song and Harrison's song for Christmas, "Ding Dong, Ding Dong" sound quite different without the many backing vocals and Phil Spector-alike orchestration that would later be added to them. A unique glance at two Harrison classics in the making, alternates from an album we'd previously not heard any embryonic versions of.

In a personal spoken message, to "David", producer Harrison adds some personal info to the tracks collected on this unique tape. "Hello David, this is the tape that I made for you. I made it very quickly, cause I'm in a rush to get packed and go away. All of them are rough mixes, nothing on the tape should be considered finished other than whatever Ravi is concerned. Everything else from Splinter is unfinished. Some of the songs don't even have finished vocals, they're just guide vocals or rough vocals. In some cases the vocals are okay, but they don't have harmonies or overdubs or solos. (...= The ones that are mine are in the same condition. They're just the basic tracks in a quick mix, not even in a smart mix. Also I wanna add that on this one called 'Ding Dong, Ding Dong' I did the guide-vocals on the night. Some of it is okay and I'll use it. (...) Also I'd appreciate it if you don't let anybody steal it, cause I want the hit myself. So don't let David Geffen get it! Okay, have fun and see you in March. God bless you all..."

Finishing this Strawberry collection of Harrison rarities is track 19, a song by Phil Spector's wife Ronnie Bennett, hitting the road of pop as Spector. Under contract of The Beatles' Apple-label it's this nothing-going-on little love-tune was found on yet another original Apple-acetate. From the first note you will no doubt recognize the producer's hand of this singalong. Very Ronettes-like, very wall of Sound-like, all Phil's. The song, previously unheard, was most probably recorded at Abbey Road Studios in February 1971. Apart from Ronnie on lead vocals we have George on lead-guitar, Jim Gordon (drums), Leon Russell and Phil Spector (keyboards), Klaus Voormann and Carl Radle (bass) and (possibly) Ringo Starr on drums.

All of this in one SLIPCASE BOX with a FAB booklet with rare photos and all the info about the new movie and the radio Special

quarta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2011

PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS - TREVOR JONES VOL. 4 - 7-CDs+DOUBLE BOOKLET POSTER! LAST SHOW WINGS PLAYED, ETC...

PAUL McCARTNEY - TREVOR JONES VOL. 4 - 7-CDs+DOUBLE BOOKLET POSTER!





















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PAUL McCARTNEY - TREVOR JONES VOL. 4 - 7-CDs+DOUBLE BOOKLET POSTER!



AMAZING FINAL CHAPTER OF THIS FANTASTIC COLLECTION OS TAPES THAT MACCA'S RODIE TREVOR JONES MADE AVAILABLE FIRST AT CHRISTIES!


THIS TIME IT'S THE FINAL INSTALLMENT WITH THE REMANING MATERIAL COMPILED MOSTLY BY 4 FULL CDs OF COMPLETE SONGS (EVEN THE TUG OF WAR SESSIONS) AND ALMOST NO REHEARSALS THIS TIME, SO THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE IS GUARANTEED!

2 CDs OF THE VERY LAST SHOW WINGS PLAYED, CALLED THE FINAL FLIGHT, LIVE AT THE END OF 1979 GLASGOW, SCOTLAND DIRECTLY FROM THE SOUNDBOARD IN PRISTINE QUALITY!!!

This concert IS just great - what a band the 1979 Wings were!!! Perfect performances, enhanced by great brass/orchestral support.

Over the past couple days, this unbootlegged material based on the descriptions given in Eight Arms To Hold You by Madinger and Easter, this is almost certainly sourced from a series of cassette tapes from the collection of Wings roadie Trevor Jones that were auctioned by Christie's in December of 1998.

TRACKLIST :

DISC ONE :

Soily
Beware My Love (Instrumental, complete acetate version)
Beware My Love (uncomplete version)
Must Do Something About It (Paul on vocal)
She’s My Baby (Take 1)
She’s My Baby (version 2)
Silly Love Songs (without strings or horns)
The Note You Never Wrote (without strings)
Time To Hide (instrumental)
Wino Junko (rough mix)
Richard Cory
Mull Of Kintyre (count-in)
Daytime Nighttime Suffering (early version)
Take It Away (monitor mix)
What’s That You’re Doing (rough take)
Newt Rack (instrumental)


DISC TWO :

Let Em In (Take 1)
Little Woman Love / C Moon
Old Man River
Soily
Stealin
Suicide
Soily
Picasso Last Words / Richard Cory
Bluebird
I ve Just Seen A Face
Yesterday
You Gave Me The Answer
Magneto And Titanium Man
Medicine Jar
Go Now
Letting Go
Live And Let Die
Call Me Back Again (Incomplete)
Listen To What The Man Said
Hi Hi Hi
Did We Meet Somewhere Before
Reception (Long Version)





DISC THREE:


Rockestra Theme So Glad To See You Here (Instrumentals)
Fabulous / Teddy Bear
Momma’s Little Girl (Intro)
Momma’s Little Girl
Take It Away
No Values
Denny’s Song
Venus And Mars / Rock Show / Jet
Let Me Roll It
Spirits Of Ancient Egypt
Blackbird
Lady Madonna
The Long And Winding Road
My Love
Band On The Run
A Love For You
Waterspout




DISC FOUR:

Choba Medley (Part 1)
Choba Medley (Part 2)
Cage (Instrumental Backing Track)
Getting Closer (Instrumental Backing Track)
You Gave Me The Answer
Live And Let Die (Part 2 working Session)
Hi Hi Hi
Junior’s Farm (Version 1)
Junior’s Farm (Version 2)
Little Woman Love / C Moon

Finally we get to hear the complete Glasgow concert which was the final concert of the 1979 tour. The band was very tight and the performance just great.

DISC FIVE :

1 - Got To Get You Into My Life 3:50
2 - Getting Closer 3:58
3 - Every Night 4:33
4 - Again And Again And Again 3:59
5 - I've Had Enough 3:23
6 - No Words 3:18
7 - Cook Of The House 2:49
8 - Old Siam, Sir 5:32
9 - Maybe I'm Amazed 5:36
10 - The Fool On The Hill 3:26
11 - Let It Be 4:18
12 - Hot As Sun 3:00
13 - Spin It On 2:23
14 - Twenty Flight Rock 2:50
15 - Go Now 4:19
16 - Arrow Through Me 4:34
17 - Wonderful Christmastime 4:06




DISC SIX :

1 - Coming Up 5:40
2 - Goodnight Tonight 5:22
3 - Yesterday 3:42
4 - Mull Of Kintyre 8:28
5 - Band On The Run 7:00
Concerts For The People Of Kampuchea
6 - Got To Get You Into My Life 3:04
7 - Every Night 4:24
8 - Coming Up 4:15
9 - Lucille 3:01
10 - Let It Be 4:13
11 - Rockestra Theme 2:38






DISC SEVEN (DVD): PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS: MACCASPAN VOL.6 WIngs Over America 1976 DVD

More Wings Over America footage with rare interviews and concert footage -
all with sound! Most new to DVD!
This will please all Wings-Beatles fans - 100 minutes.

01. May 24: Metromedia TV News - News Report Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY With footage from Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY
02. Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Raw News Footage of Venus & Mars/ Rock Show/ Jet
03. May 25: Metromedia TV News - News Report Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY
04. Raw News Footage of before the show, fan interviews, Venus & Mars/ Rock Show/ Jet
05. Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Home Movies
Rock Show, Spirtits of Ancient Egypt, Medicine Jar,
Richard Cory, Blackbird, Yesterday,
Magneto & Titanium Man, Let 'Em In, Silly Love Songs,
Beware My Love, Band on the Run
SONGS FROM ROCKSHOW
06. Maybe I'm Amazed
07. The Long and Winding Road - from movie print
08. Yesterday
09. Silly Love Songs
10. May 27: Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH - Backstage
11. May 29: Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO Home Movies - with audio from the concert!
12. May 31: The Stadium, Chicago, IL - CBS News w/ Gene Siskel
13. May 31: The Stadium, Chicago, IL - CBS Raw Footage Venus & Mars/ Rock Show/ Jet/ Let Me Roll It/ Spirits
14. May 31: The Stadium, Chicago, IL -Home Movies with audio! Live and Let Die, Richard Cory, Yesterday,
You Gave Me The Answer & Magneto and Titanium Man
15. May 31: The Stadium, Chicago, IL - CBS Raw Footage Remastered Venus & Mars/ Rock Show/ Jet/ Let Me Roll It
16. June 1: The Stadium, Chicago, IL - Home Movies with recorded sound!
I've Just Seen a Face, Blackbird & Yesterday










sexta-feira, 5 de agosto de 2011

THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY UNEDITED-4-CD-SET+BOOKLET+LET IT BE-BBC-2 MOVIE VERSION (480 pixels-16mm/23fps)

AMAZING! A 2 CDs WORTH OF ANTHOLOGY MATERIAL, CONTAINING ''SOMETHING'', COME TOGETHER'' AND LOADS OF OTHER UNRELEASED VERSIONS (SOME OOPSY, SOME MASH UP AND SOME RECONSTRUCTED) OF THE BEATLES!!

ALSO, A DVD WITH ALL THE HISTORY ON KLAUS VORMANN ALONG WITH THE BEATLES!

PLUS, FINALLY, THE UNEDITED, ORIGINAL BBC-2 ''LET IT BE'' MOVIE VERSION IN 23 FRAMES 480 PIXELS, THE BEST AND MORE COMPLETE YOU WILL EVER SEE (SEE SCREEN CAPTURES BELOW)! THERE'S NO MESSING AROUND THE VIDEO TO IMPROVE IT, NO EDITION, NOTHING, IT'S SIMPLY THE ORIGINAL VERSION FROM THE BBC2 ARCHIVES, NOT EVEN APPLE CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT IF THEY DECIDE TO RELEASE THE MOVIE!














Disc 1

01. The Fool on the Hill
02. Strawberry Fields Forever
03. Something (brg ar outtake Never before heard!)
04. Fixing To Get Better
05. Tomorrow Never Knows
06. For No One
07. Golden Slumbers
08. Sexy Sadie
09. Blackbird's Son
10. Dear Prudence
11. Run of the Mill
12. Let It Down
13. Don't Pass Me By
14. Come Together
15. I'm Looking Through You (A very early vocal split.)
16. RainniaR
17. Mr Kite (This one uses the half-speed overdub, slowed to the original speed at which Paul & GM played it.)
18. She's Leaving Yesterday (Fits pretty well except for the first line in the verses.)
19. Her Majesty
20. Junk
21. She Said She Said (lowering the guitars by an octave.)
22. Got To Get You Into My Life
23. Tuned to a Natural E Reprise
24. Bungalow Bill

Disc 2

01. I Won't Wanna Be Your Second Loving Little Postman
02. Don't Bother Me
03. Twist and Shout
04. I Should Have Known Better
05. I'm a Loser
06. This Boy
07. Yellow Submarine
08. She Said She Said
09. Good Day Sunshine
10. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11. Blackbird
12. I'm Only Sleeping
13. And Your Bird Can Sing
14. Doctor Robert
15. Tomorrow Never Knows
16. What Goes On
17. Magical Mystery Tour
18. Noticed I Was Late
19. Tomorrow Never Knoise
20. Back in the USSR
21. Honey Pie
22. Beware of Darkness
23. Awaiting On You All
24. Come Together
25. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
26. Good Night
27. Strawburied Feels Fornever


DVD 1 -

All You Need is Klaus
A behind-the-scenes look at the rock and roll world of Klaus Voormann, a 1960s Renaissance man, who lived on the road,
in the studios and even in the homes of some of history's greatest musicians. Featuring Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr,
Carly Simon, Van Dyke Parks, and Twiggy, Voormann's incredible tale continues on his recently-released and first-ever
solo album "A Sideman's Journey" with tracks from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Jim Keltner, Albert Lee and more.


DVD 2 -

This new transfer has been made from an original, undamaged vhs recording of the BBC2 repeat from Christmas 1982. Unusually, the Beeb screened the widescreen 35mm theatrical print with black bars at the top and bottom. When released on vhs and laserdisc some years later,
this widescreen version was cropped severely at the sides to produce a full-frame image. Here it is presented unaltered.

Although the film was shot at 24 frames per second, BBC2 aired it in PAL format at 25 fps. For this disc it has been slowed down to 23.976 fps and presented in a compatible NTSC format, thus preserving the correct speed and pitch of the original. The actual picture area has been scaled
up to 480 pixels and encoded in anamorphic format so as not to lose any resolution.



Comparison: left to right is laserdisc/widescreen/fullscreen (this version)



In addition to the original mono film soundtrack, this disc also features a hifi soundtrack assembled from the original mono Nagra tapes and the variously available stereo mixes. These have been synched to the picture to produce an entirely new listening experience. Dialogue that was previously inaudible is now crystal clear, and the music shines forth like never before. Allied with the new high quality pictures and comprehensive menus, this makes for the definitive Let It Be dvd.

SCREEN CAPTURES OF THIS FAB DVD :

JOHN LENNON - YOU SHOULD'A BEEN THERE - 6-CD-SET+MINI-LP+POSTER

AMAZING JOHN LENNON SET, CONTAINING THE ''JESSE ED DAVIS'' MASTERS OF THE ROCK AND ROLL SESSIONS! ALL THOSE MASTERS ARE 6 CDs LONG WITH ALL THE SESSIONS, OUTTAKES, RAW VERSIONS, Morris Levy's Barn SESSIONS, THE Old Grey Whistle Test and even the AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL MASTER OF THE RARE ''ROOTS'' LP!!!!!

ALL THIS ALONG WITH A NEEDLEDROP (VINYL TRANSFER) OF THE MILLENNIUM 180 GRAMS LPs FROM 1975, WHICH BOASTS AMAZING, STUNNING QUALITY, MANY, MANY TIMES BETTER THAN ANY ROCK 'N' ROLL ALBUM YOU HAVE EVER HEARD!



















CD ONE

Original Roots LP Masters!

1 Be-Bop-A-Lula
2 Ain't That A Shame
3 Stand By Me
4 Sweet Little Sixteen
5 Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
6 Angel Baby
7 Do You Want To Dance
8 You Can't Catch Me
9 Bony Moronie
10 Peggy Sue
11 Medley: Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Loving
12 Slippin' And Slidin'
13 Be My Baby
14 Ya Ya
15 Just Because With Elton John
16 I Saw Her Standing There
17 Whatever Gets You Through The Night
18 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
19 I Saw Her Standing There
20 I Saw Her Standing There

CD TWO

Rough Mixes

1 Be My Baby
2 Just Because
3 You Can't Catch Me
4 Sweet Little Sixteen
5 Bony Moronie
6 Ready Teddy
7 Ain't That A Shame
8 Peggy Sue
9 Be My Baby
Offline Rough Mixes
10Stand By Me/Be-Bop-A-Lula
11Ya Ya
12Do You Want To Dance
13 Do You Want To Dance
14 Stand By Me
15 Slippin' And Slidin'
16 Medley: Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
17 Medley: Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Loving
18 Medley: Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Loving
19 Peggy Sue
20 Ain't That A Shame
21 Stand By Me
22 Radio Spot


CD THREE

Sunnyview Rehearsals


1 Medley: Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Loving
2 Ya Ya
3 Ya Ya
4 That'll Be The Day
5 That'll Be The Day
6 Do You Want To Dance
7 Stand By Me
8 Peggy Sue
9 Be-Bop-A-Lula
10 Slippin' And Slidin'
11 Instrumental
12 Thirty Days
13 C'mon Everybody
14 Ain't That A Shame
15 Ain't That A Shame
16 Ain't That A Shame
17 Ain't That A Shame
18 Instrumental
19 Instrumental

Salute To Sir Lew

20 Slippin' And Slidin'
21 Stand By Me
22 Imagine
23 Slippin' And Slidin'
24 Imagine
25 Imagine

Old Grey Whistle Test


26 Stand By Me
27 Slippin' And Slidin'
28 Stand By Me
29 Slippin' And Slidin'
30 Stand By Me
31 Slippin' And Slidin'
32 Lady Marmalade



CD FOUR -

A & M REHEARSALS 10/73
THE JESSE ED DAVIS REHEARSAL TAPES

THIS CD features what will now be known as "The Jesse Ed Davis Tapes" First off, we get the first ever tape to CD transfer of the earliest
known rehearsals done at A&M Studios in October of 1973, with a very drunken John.
Then we have the first ever Tape to CD Transfer of the Famous October 1974 rehearsals. These rehearsals have long been thought to have been
recorded at The Record Plant, but were actually taped at Morris Levy's Barn in upstate New York with John and the same set of musicians that
played on Wall and Bridges. These Rehearsals are taken from the Original cassettes and are many generations above any previous issue!

74:23

1. Rock 'N Roll Radio Spot
2. Be My Baby #3 (long version) firts CD transfer
3. Just Because (full drunken version) first CD transfer from tape source!
4. Ain't That A Shame + false start
5. warm up
6. Be Bop A Lula
7. Ya Ya
8. Do You Wanna Dance + false start
9. Stand By Me
10. Slippin' And Slidin'
11. Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
12. Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin' (excerpt)
13. Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin'
14. Peggy Sue
15. Ain't That A Shame
16. Stand By Me (excerpt)
17. Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin'
18. Ya Ya + false start
19. That'll Be The Day + false start
20. Do You Wanna Dance
21. Stand By Me
22. Peggy Sue
23. Be Bop A Lula (excerpt)
24. Slippin' And Slidin' (excerpt)
25. Guitar jam/Rumble
26. Whole Lotta Love
27. Thirty Days
28. C'Mon Everybody
29. Ain't That A Shame (excerpts)
30. Ain't That A Shame (excerpts)



CD FIVE -

ROCK N ROLL (OUTTAKES ' 73-74)

Disc two features various outtakes, demos and rough mixes from the 73-74 sessions. Bonus tracks include The Raw Stereo take of "Stand By Me"
recorded for the Old Grey Whistle Test, along with the finished takes. We have also included the complete 3 songs recorded for the Salute to
Sir Lew Grade TV special. John's last ever Live TV performance.

67:58

1. You Can't Catch Me (alt mix)
2. Bony Maronie
3. Angel Baby #1 (original Roots version)
4. Be My Baby #1 (original Roots version)
5. Here We Go Again #1 (demo version)
6. Here We Go Again #2 (studio outtake)
7. Since My Baby Left Me (studio outtake)
8. To Know Her Is To Love Her (studio outtake)
9. Angel Baby #2 (extended version)
10.Be My Baby #2 (alternate mix/vocal)
11. Sweet Little Sixteen (alternate mix)
12. Peggy Sue (alternate mix)

Bonus tracks
13. Stand By Me (raw stereo take for 'Old Grey Whistle Test')
14. Stand By Me ('Old Grey Whistle Test' broadcast)
15. Slippin' And Slidin' ('Old Grey Whistle Test' broadcast)
Last three songs from excellent audience tape (Salute To Sir Lew Grade)
16. Slippin' And Slidin'
17. Stand By Me
18. Imagine



CD SIX -

"DJ WINSTON O' BOOGIE" PLAYS THE ROOTS OF ROCK 'N' ROLL!

Disc Three incorporates a new way to listen to the Roots album. The songs are intertwined by an early (Stereo!) 1975 interview with John talking
and introducing each of the Rock 'N' Roll tracks, only we swapped these for the more obscure Roots Versions. The Roots tracks have now been taken
from a Rare and Restored 8 track tape. With the Listener in mind, we have made it possible to program your CD player to play only the Roots tracks
or just the John Interview.

NOTE: ALL SONGS ARE THE ORIGINAL ROOTS VERSIONS!
NOTE: ALL ROOTS SONGS OR INTERVIEW CAN BE PROGRAMMED TO PLAY SEPARATELY

73:35
1. Introduction/LP concept/Intro to:
2. Be Bop A Lula
3. Meeting Paul/Meeting the classic rock stars/Intro to:
4. Stand By Me
5. Rip It Up/Ready Teddy
6. Commercial/LP plug/Intro to:
7. You Can't Catch Me
8. on Chuck Berry/Fats Domino/Mother intro to:
9. Ain't That A Shame
10. LP cover story/only song messed with/Intro to:
11. Do You Wanna Dance
12. Sweet Little Sixteen
13. Chuck Berry/More songs for your money!/Intro to:
14. Slippin' And Slidin'
15. LP out next week/Paul owning Buddy Holly's songs/Intro to:
16. Peggy Sue
17. Tragedy of Sam Cooke/John's favorite song/Intro to:
18. Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin'
19. On rock 'n roll/inspirations/song writing/Larry Williams/Intro to:
20. Bony Maronie
21. Rock 'N Roll 2?/About Lee Dorsey/Intro to:
22. Ya Ya
23. About 'Roots' LP/Back with Yoko/Intro to:
24. Just Because
25. Thank you/Goodbyes/I'll be back!

BONUS DISC -

MINI LP - John Lennon - Rock 'N' Roll (EMI 180 Gram Centenary LP) Millennium

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