Beatles Live At The Star Club, Hamburg, 1962
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The track listing is essentially that of the original Japanese cd ("Overseas Records") with some shuffling of the order and minus "Hully Gully" and identical to that of the Lingasong 2 cd set (this "new" set has the extra songs found on the Japanese cd:"Where have you been..." and "I remember you").
The sound quality is the same as both of the cds listed above (listenable given the circumstances of the original recording). My cdr had a problem with "crackling" noises on track 10 ("Besame Mucho").
Still it is a fascinating part of Beatles history.
The CD is individually produced in small quantities and is of excellent quality. We have recently added further sleeve notes by Kingsize Taylor and more pictures. This is a piece of musical history - the only 'live' gig of The Beatles ever recorded. The banter between them and the audience was always a great part of their appeal and you can hear that here. Listen closely and you will see why George was the only one to want it banned.
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Featuring every Beatles number from both Star Club albums, with sound quality as good as we're ever likely to get, this disc is everything I hoped it would be.Published 4 days ago by Grant
I bought this for my husband he is a Beatles fan it makes him feel young again he has kept it in his carPublished 2 months ago by kathleen chtistian
Great album. Just be clear that this isn't a previously unreleased recording but a re release of the same Star Club recordings that have been around since the original,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael L. Knapp
Beatles Bootleg from Hamburg concerts in 1962 is a legend. I had 80's that 2LP but lost is same way. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mikko Laanti