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02.02.2010

The Beatles On Air Live At The BBC Volume 2


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Now Hush, Hush Speech 9. Rodney Burke was the presenter for eleven of the programmes. Sure to Fall In Love with You. Written by Phil MedleyBert Russell. The Beatles used "Twist And Shout" as the rousing closer of their debut album and many live shows. They performed it nine times in BBC radio studios.

This version was recorded on a day when, in less than seven hours, they recorded eighteen songs for three Pop Go The Beatles programmes. The programmes were pressed on seven-inch discs running at LP speed and distributed to radio stations around the world by the BBC Transcription Service.

I Saw Her Standing There. This version was taped for the fifth anniversary of Saturday Club. Their first BBC version was included on the first collection of radio songs in This is the other recording made two weeks later.

Paul is heard investigating an elaborately designed item, which prompted another mention of the mysterious Harry and "his box". The British press described the screaming enthusiasm of fans outside the theatre that night as "Beatlemania".

In the States, Capitol declined to release it in so the Philadelphia-based independent Swan Records distributed the record. The British media were fascinated by this news. Money That's What I Want. Written by Janie BradfordBerry Gordy. The disc made little headway in the UK, but the song was popularized by The Beatles when included as the closing track of their second LP.

I Want to Hold Your Hand. The DJ remembered that, John Sangster Australia And All That Jazz Vol 1 were quite sparky and always very different from any of the other artists and groups who appeared on the show.

I think their main object in life seemed to be how to put me down in as good natured a way as possible. But it was great The Beatles On Air Live At The BBC Volume 2 always to talk to The Beatles. Ringo used the idiomatic expression "act the goat", meaning to behave in a silly way to get a laugh. Written by Ray CharlesRenald Richard. For this later version, John duets with himself by overdubbing a second lead vocal.

When I started Top Gear, I tried very hard to do that. I was very pleased when The Beatles went along with me and helped launch this programme". Joined Together. In Various Underdog Edits 6 era, it was the most exciting record show on the air in the UK. It was featured, along with three others from that album, during their second appearance on the late-night show Top Gear presented by Brian Matthew.

In addition to broadcasting to the UK, Brian Matthew introduced a programme produced by the BBC for distribution to international radio stations. This interview was recorded exclusively for that weekly show called Top Of The Pops. Written by Jerry LeiberMike Stoller. Their earliest recording The Beatles On Air Live At The BBC Volume 2 included on the first album of BBC performances; this is the third and final BBC version. Their new single topped the UK and US charts during Christmasbringing their tally of American number ones in that year to six.

There was a method to "overdub" by copying a first recording to another tape, while at the same time adding more instruments or vocals. This take of "I Feel Fine" is the one onto which John overdubbed another lead vocal.

Having recorded highly personal interviews with John and George for Pop Profile, Brian Matthew talked to Paul and Ringo for the series five months later. The interviews took place on a day-off from sessions started in April to produce a new album - Revolver. It was released on 11 Novemberalong with a remastered and repackaged Live at the BBC Volume 1which was originally released in Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.

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8 thoughts on “ The Beatles On Air Live At The BBC Volume 2

  1. Sep 12,  · Like its critically acclaimed predecessor, On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2 includes audio of The Beatles talking to DJs Brian Matthew and Alan Freeman and Pop Go The Beatles hosts Lee Peters and Rodney Burke.
  2. Nov 11,  · "On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2" at last brings us more of these broadcasts, two CDs full of great music, youthful exuberance, wit and humor. As on the first set, a page booklet is enclosed, this one with an introduction by Paul McCartney/5().
  3. Nov 12,  · On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2. The Beatles are enjoying the speed and lunacy of stardom here: tugging their roots forward in Little Richard ‘s”Lucille” and a sparkling cover of Buddy Holly ‘s “Words of Love” a year before they cut it for a record; going deep into their Cavern-era song bag for Chuck Berry ‘s “I’m Talking About You”.
  4. Nov 11,  · On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2 is a live/compilation album featuring 40 previously unreleased tracks from the Beatles’ – BBC Radio broadcasts (accompanied by 23 interview tracks from the associated broadcasts).
  5. Share on. Nearly two decades after the first volume, the second installment of the Beatles BBC recordings arrives and, like its predecessor, On Air: Live at the BBC, Vol. 2 condenses the Fab Four's voluminous BBC sessions into an easily digestible double-disc of highlights.8/
  6. In addition to the musical performances, On Air – Live At The BBC Volume 2 includes audio of The Beatles talking to DJs Brian Matthew and Alan Freeman, and Pop Go The Beatles hosts Lee Peters and Rodney Burke, as well as interviews recorded for the Pop Profile series in .
  7. Like its critically acclaimed predecessor, On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2 includes audio of The Beatles talking to DJs Brian Matthew and Alan Freeman and Pop Go The Beatles hosts Lee Peters and Rodney Burke.
  8. Apr 20,  · Version from Vol. 2 is not live. Number 1 Studio Piccadilly Theatre, London 5. Side By Side (Wood) – Rec 1st April , Air 15th May - Intro to one of the BBC shows.

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