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Silver Beatles - 1960 The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes

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Silver Beatles - 1960 The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes

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The Beatles - 1960 The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes - The Hans Walther Braun Tape

Disc 1 - Hans Walther Braun tape

01 - Hallelujah I Love Her So (Instrumental) 0:17
02 - Hallelujah I Love Her So 2:19
03 - The One After 909 (Version 1) 2:27
04 - Movin' & Groovin' 1:44
05 - Ramrod 2:04
06 - Instrumental #1 7:48
07 - You'll Be Mine 1:41
08 - (Remaining Part Of Unknown Song) 0:07
09 - Matchbox 0:53
10 - I'll Always Be In Love With You 2:23
11 - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise 2.42
12 - That's When Your Heartache Begins 1:16
13 - Instrumental #2 10:04
14 - Wildcat (Version 1) 2:32
15 - The One After 909 (Version 2) 1:28
16 - Some Days 1:41
17 - You Must Write Every Day 2:33
18 - I'll Follow The Sun 1:46
19 - Hello Little Girl 1:55
20 - Wildcat (Version 2) 1:26
Bonus:
21 - McCartney Interview (1994) 0:18
22 - Hallelujah I Love Her So (Rm '95) 1:13
23 - You'll Be Mine 1:38

Disc 2 - Astrid Kirchherr tape

01 - Spoken Intro 0:04
02 - Instrumental #3 6:28
03 - Instrumental #4 5:43
04 - Instrumental #5 4:59
05 - Cayenne 2:30
06 - Instrumental #6 7:34
07 - Instrumental #7 5:42
08 - Well, Darling 5:06
09 - I Don't Know 5:57
10 - Instrumental #8 17:51
Bonus:
11 - Cayenne 1:14

In
April 1960 during the school vacation Paul borrowed a neighbour's tape
recorder to record the then-called "Beatals" in his family home at No.20
Forthlin Road in Liverpool. In 1961 different tapes from these sessions
were given to their friends in Hamburg, Hans Walther Braun and Astrid
Kirchherr. In the late 70's Frank Dostal borrowed both original tapes
and spliced them together in the Teldec studio on Heussweg is Hamburg.
He made three copies, one for Hans Walther Braun, one for Astrid
Kirchherr and one for himself.

In April 1988 some tracks of one
of these copies were released on the German LP "The Quarrymen At Home".
Soon later most of the other tracks were released on a Dutch double LP
called "John, Paul, George and Stu - Liverpool May 1960". The final
missing vocal track "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise" finally made
it on Belmo's "Happy Christmas" single in 1991. All future CD releases
were lifted from these sets which
unfortunately were heavily
compressed and edited. Even the official "Anthology Vol.1" double CD has
the reverb and echo that was added to the tape in 1988! So it's not
copied from the source tape but from the vinyl bootleg.

For the
first time now you have the chance to listen to the material lifted from
the original source tape. To be honest, there are still some little
snippets missing but many tracks are one or two seconds longer than on
any previous release and one song for the first time ever could be heard
in it's entirely: "Well Darling" on all previous releases was shortened
from the original 5'06" to about 2'30" or 3'30". Here it is in full
length without any fades or edits!

What's left? Beware of the
so-called "1969 acetate". It was made in early 1988 by the same guys who
originally did "The Quarrymen At Home" LP.
Now relax and enjoy the "Beatals" as nature intended!

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Pedro P. Dollar:.
Por Cuba, con Dios y la Masoneria

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