The Beatles ‎– Wonderful Picture Of You

by Circle Records

$29.99
The Beatles ‎– Wonderful Picture Of You Vinyl from Rollin' Records on Vimeo. Tracklist A1        Maxwells Silver Hammer        A2        When I'm 64   A3        Gimme Some Truth    A4        Polythene Pam           A5        Maggie Mae    A6        Her Majesty    A7        Little Eddie      B1        Digging My Potatoes / Rock Island Line         B2        Hot As Sun      B3        Every Night     B4        Let It Be           B5        Wake Up In The Morning       B6        Child Of Nature           B7        If Tomorrow Ever Comes        C1        All Shook Up / True Love        C2        Shot Of Rhythm & Blues         C3        Memphis, Tennessee (Live)    C4        Sweet Dream Baby     C5        Wonderful Picture Of You      C6        Some Other Guy         C7        Keep Your Hands Of My Baby D1       Beautiful Dreamer      D2       Happy Birthday Saturday Club           D3       Oh My Soul     D4       Too Much Monkey Business   D5       I Got To Find My Baby D6       Youngblood    Notes 2-LP compilation. 1-pocket, Full color, glossy jacket. Labels have a large Circle Records logo with title at the bottom, but no mention of The Beatles.   LP #1 is an inferior copy of the "Get Back" rehearsal sessions album "Her Majesty" (P 0002): The Beatles - Her Majesty LP #2 contains various BBC recordings  CORRECTIONS: B6 Incorrectly listed as Jealous Guy on the jacket B7 Incorrectly listed as Tomorrow Never Comes on the jacket. aka "I'll Wait Until Tomorrow" D4 Typo on jacket lists it as "Too Much Monkee Business" D5 Incorrectly listed as Going To Find My Baby on the jacket D6 Typo on jacket lists it as "Youndblood" DISC 2 TRACK DETAILS: C1 More from the Get Back sessions Jan 1969 C2 Two unidentified, incomplete BBC performances of the same song edited together. The 2nd one sounds sped-up. C3 Two unidentified, incomplete BBC performances of the same song edited together. The 1st one sounds sped-up. C4 Incomplete. From BBC Teenagers' Turn - Here We Go, recorded 7 Mar 1962. Pete Best on drums C5 Incomplete. From BBC Teenagers' Turn - Here We Go, recorded 11 Jun 1962. Pete Best on drums C6 Soundtrack of Cavern performance filmed by Granada Television, 22 Aug 1962 C7 BBC, Saturday Club, recorded 22 Jan 1963. A poor edit takes place using two different sources of the same programme. The second half goes slower than the first one. D1 BBC, Saturday Club, recorded 22 Jan 1963. Includes intro by announcer Brian Matthew. A poor edit takes place using two different sources of the same programme. The second half goes slower than the first one. D2 BBC, Saturday Club (Fifth Birthday Edition), recorded 7 Sep 1963 D3 BBC, Pop Go The Beatles #11, recorded 1 Aug 1963 D4 Two (of four) BBC performances edited together, dates unknown. A poor edit takes place using the two different sources of the same programme. The second half goes slower than the first one. D5 BBC -Either Pop Goes The Beatles (11 June 1963), or Saturday Club (29 June 1963), Includes John's intro. Fades early. D6 BBC, Pop Go The Beatles #02, recorded 1 Jun 1963. Includes intro by announcer Lee Peters. Fades early. Barcode and Other Identifiers Follow us on Instagram @Thevinylgram

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