Beatles best of play
THE BEATLES - RECORDED LIVE AT CANDLESTICK PARK, SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 29, 1966 BULLDOG RECORDS (Italy), 1988 Their last concert ! From consequenceofsound.net: "The group knew it was to be their final concert. Recognising its significance, John Lennon and Paul McCartney took a camera onto the stage, with which they took pictures of the crowd, the rest of the group, and themselves at arm’s length. As The Beatles made their way to Candlestick Park, Paul McCartney asked their press officer Tony Barrow to make a recording of the concert on audio cassette, using a hand-held recorder. The cassette lasted 30 minutes on each side, and, as Barrow didn’t flip it during the show, the recording cut off during final song Long Tall Sally." This is the only really listenable recording from the 1966 US tour, and of course an historical document. Not that the sound quality is perfect, but it's the best you can get: as it's been recorded close to the stage, you can actually hear the Beatles play ! Any Beatles fan will be very happy owing this ! Track-listing: 1 ROCK'N'ROLL MUSIC 2 SHE'S A WOMAN 3 IF I NEEDED SOMEONE 4 DAY TRIPPER 5 BABY'S IN BLACK 6 I FEEL FINE 7 YESTERDAY 8 I WANNA BE YOUR MAN 9 NOWHERE MAN 10 PAPERBACK WRITER This is a picture CD (same picture as on the cover). The CD is in very good state for its 30 years; the pictured side is near-mint, and the playable side is in good state: a few light scratches and more seeable scratches directly near the hole of the CD - not on the playable part of the CD, therefore without influence on the quality. The CD plays fine, obviously.
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