Beatles: The Lost Studio Tapes 1962-66 10-Inch 2Vinyl

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180 gram  10-inch coloured ( Red ) 2Vinyl  33 ⅓ RPM / Coda 2021 UK

Limited Edition: 3000/2561

A1 Love Me Do
Drums – Ringo Starr
A2 I Saw Her Standing There
A3 Can’t Buy Me Love
A4 From Me To You
A5 She Loves You
A6 All My Loving
A7 Please Please Me
B1 Twist And Shout
B2 Things We Said Today
B3 You Can’t Do That
B4 This Boy
B5 Long Tall Sally
C1 A Hard Days Night
C2 I Feel Fine
C3 Ticket To Ride
C4 Yesterday
C5 Help!
D1 She’s A Woman
D2 Day Tripper
D3 Nowhere Man
D4 Paperback Writer
D5 I’m Down

1 – Original version Ringo Starr on drums
A2 – Abbey Road Takes 6 & 10
A3, B1, B3, B4 – Festival Hall, Melbourne 17th June 1964
A4 – The Ed Sullivan Show – Deauville Hotel Miami, 17th June 1964
A5, A6 – The Ed Sullivan Show – Studio 50 New York, 9th February 1964
A7 – BBC Saturday Club 15th March 1963
B2, C1 – Blackpool 19th July 1964
C2, C3, C4, D5 – Blackpool 1st August 1965
D1 – Abbey Road Take 2
D2, D3, D4 – Budokan Hall, Tokyo 30th June 1966
• A2 Fold-Out Record Store Beatles Poster.
• The Beatles – At Shea Stadium Exclusive Interview with the late Sid Bernstein on the reverse of the poster.
• The Beatles – A Magical History Tour – Full Length E-Book (accessed via a QR code).
• The Beatles – A Magical History Tour Documentary Film (accessed via a QR code and/or link to an Exclusive website) featuring the recollections of those who lived and worked with the Beatles including: Pete Best the original Beatles drummer; Allan Williams the Beatles first manager; Sid Bernstein promoter of the Shea Stadium concerts; Norman Smith the studio engineer who recorded the Beatles in Abbey Road; Tony Bramwell; Andy White the drummer chosen by George Martin to record Love Me Do; Tony Barrow writer of the Beatles record sleeve notes and Geoffrey Ellis Manager of Brian Epstein’s NEMS empire.