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The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl (Releasing 9.9.16)

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      http://wogew.blogspot.com/2016/07/hollywood-bowl-reissue-planned.html

        MetalGod: http://wogew.blogspot.com/2016/07/hollywood-bowl-reissue-planned.html

        Lets hope its true MetalGod, I don't see anything about it on Amazon.

          It would be nice.

            To be released on 09/09/2016?
            https://www.amazon.com/Live-At-Hollywood-Bowl-Beatles/dp/B01IO7OHTU/ref=sr_1_4

              5th-beatle:To be released on 09/09/2016?
              https://www.amazon.com/Live-At-Hollywood-Bowl-Beatles/dp/B01IO7OHTU/ref=sr_1_4

              Thanks for the info 5th-beatle, I hope this release will top the Dr. Ebbetts CD version! I must confess, the Dr. Ebbetts CD version is going to be extremely difficult to top!

                The CD listed on Amazon now has a cover:

                  What a lazy cover. I sort of get the continuity of the cover with the movie but why then wouldn't you put together multiple shows for the live cd. I would have been ok with the 1977 re-release album as it was.

                    The Beatles' Companion Album to New Ron Howard-Directed Feature Documentary Presents Remixed and Mastered Recordings from Three Hollywood Bowl Concerts.

                    Preorder The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl:
                    Amazon.com: CD
                    Amazon.com: 180g Vinyl LP

                    Apple Corps Ltd. and Universal Music Group are pleased to announce global release plans for The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl, a new album that captures the joyous exuberance of the band's three sold-out concerts at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965. A companion to The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years, Academy Award(R)-winner Ron Howard's authorized and highly anticipated documentary feature film about the band's early career, The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl will be released worldwide on CD and for digital download and streaming on September 9, followed by a 180-gram gatefold vinyl LP on November 18. The album includes a 24-page booklet with an essay by noted music journalist David Fricke, and its cover art features a sunny photo taken on August 22, 1964 by The Beatles' then-U.S. tour manager, Bob Bonis, as John, Paul, George and Ringo boarded a chartered flight from Seattle Tacoma Airport to Vancouver, BC for their first concert in Canada.

                    Documenting The Beatles' Hollywood Bowl concerts on tape was no easy feat, as producer Sir George Martin explained in his album notes for 1977's The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl: "The chaos, I might almost say panic, that reigned at these concerts was unbelievable unless you were there. Only three track recording was possible; The Beatles had no 'fold back' speakers, so they could not hear what they were singing, and the eternal shriek from 17,000 healthy, young lungs made even a jet plane inaudible."

                    While The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl references the long out of print 1977 album, it is an entirely new release, directly sourced from the original three track tapes of the concerts. To preserve the excitement of the shows while unveiling the performances in today's best available clarity and quality, GRAMMY Award(R) winning producer Giles Martin and GRAMMY Award(R) winning engineer Sam Okell have expertly remixed and mastered the recordings at Abbey Road Studios, including the thirteen tracks from the original album produced by Giles' father, plus four additional, previously unreleased recordings from the momentous concerts.

                    "A few years ago Capitol Studios called saying they'd discovered some Hollywood Bowl three track tapes in their archive," says Giles Martin. "We transferred them and noticed an improvement over the tapes we've kept in the London archive. Alongside this I'd been working for some time with a team headed by technical engineer James Clarke on demix technology, the ability to remove and separate sounds from a single track. With Sam Okell, I started work on remixing the Hollywood Bowl tapes. Technology has moved on since my father worked on the material all those years ago. Now there's improved clarity, and so the immediacy and visceral excitement can be heard like never before. My father's words still ring true, but what we hear now is the raw energy of four lads playing together to a crowd that loved them. This is the closest you can get to being at the Hollywood Bowl at the height of Beatlemania. We hope you enjoy the show..."

                    Featuring rare and exclusive footage, Ron Howard's The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years is based on the first part of The Beatles' career (1962-1966) - the period in which they toured and captured the world's acclaim. The film is produced with the full cooperation of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison. The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years touches on the band's Hollywood Bowl concerts and includes footage of the "Boys" performance featured on The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl.

                    White Horse Pictures' GRAMMY Award(R)-winning Nigel Sinclair, Scott Pascucci, and Academy Award(R) and Emmy Award(R)-winner Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment are producing with Howard. Apple Corps Ltd.'s Jeff Jones and Jonathan Clyde are serving as executive producers, along with Imagine's Michael Rosenberg and White Horse's Guy East and Nicholas Ferrall.

                    Following a world premiere event in London on September 15, the film will roll out theatrically worldwide with release dates set in the U.K., France and Germany (September 15); the U.S., Australia and New Zealand (September 16); and Japan (September 22). In the U.S., Hulu is the presenting partner for Abramorama's theatrical release of the film, which will be available to stream exclusively to Hulu subscribers beginning September 17. Studiocanal and PolyGram Entertainment are also anchor partners on the film, having acquired U.K., France, Germany and Australia and New Zealand rights. For more information about the film, visit www.thebeatleseightdaysaweek.com.

                    The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl track list:

                    1. Twist and Shout [30 August, 1965]
                    2. She's A Woman [30 August, 1965]
                    3. Dizzy Miss Lizzy [30 August, 1965 / 29 August, 1965 - one edit]
                    4. Ticket To Ride [29 August, 1965]
                    5. Can't Buy Me Love [30 August, 1965]
                    6. Things We Said Today [23 August, 1964]
                    7. Roll Over Beethoven [23 August, 1964]
                    8. Boys [23 August, 1964]
                    9. A Hard Day's Night [30 August, 1965]
                    10. Help! [29 August, 1965]
                    11. All My Loving [23 August, 1964]
                    12. She Loves You [23 August, 1964]
                    13. Long Tall Sally [23 August, 1964]
                    14. You Can't Do That [23 August, 1964 - previously unreleased]
                    15. I Want To Hold Your Hand [23 August, 1964 - previously unreleased]
                    16. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby [30 August, 1965 - previously unreleased]
                    17. Baby's In Black [30 August, 1965 - previously unreleased]

                      Finally it's being released on CD.

                      I was hoping for a box-set of live recordings. I guess that was too much to ask for :

                      I would have preferred the original cover. I'm not liking this cover

                        I can't wait!

                          MetalGod:http://wogew.blogspot.com/2016/07/hollywood-bowl-reissue-planned.html

                          The Beatles Releasing 'Hollywood Bowl' Live Album on CD for First Time Ever

                          http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/beatles-releasing-hollywood-bowl-live-912804

                            1. "Twist and Shout" [Aug. 30, 1965]
                            2. "She's a Woman" [Aug. 30, 1965]
                            3. "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" [Aug. 30, 1965 / Aug. 29, 1965 - one edit]
                            4. "Ticket to Ride" [Aug. 29, 1965]
                            5. "Can't Buy Me Love" [Aug. 30, 1965]
                            6. "Things We Said Today" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            7. "Roll Over Beethoven" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            8. "Boys" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            9. "A Hard Day's Night" [Aug. 30, 1965]
                            10. "Help!" [Aug. 29, 1965]
                            11. "All My Loving" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            12. "She Loves You" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            13. "Long Tall Sally" [Aug. 23, 1964]
                            14. "You Can't Do That" [Aug. 23, 1964 - previously unreleased]
                            15. "I Want to Hold Your Hand" [Aug. 23, 1964 - previously unreleased]
                            16. "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" [Aug. 30, 1965 - previously unreleased]
                            17. "Baby's in Black" [Aug. 30, 1965 - previously unreleased]

                              I have the original in vinyl, but just pre-ordered this CD. What can I say? I'm a completist! Hmmm...but I didn't buy Pure McCartney yet. I have to save some things for people to buy me as birthday and Christmas presents!

                              ETA: I see there are some previously unreleased tracks, so definitely worth it!

                                CD: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beatles-Live-At-Hollywood-Bowl/dp/B01IO7OHTU/ref=sr_1_2?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1469087535&sr=1-2

                                Vinyl: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beatles-Live-Hollywood-Bowl-VINYL/dp/B01IO7OHUE/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=W5JP876ZVFYD9Z9P4RGR

                                  I am looking forward to comparing the sound quality from the CD release with the sound qualities from all of my other underground CD releases.

                                    jimmix:
                                    17. "Baby's in Black" [Aug. 30, 1965 - previously unreleased]

                                    This was actually released 20 years ago as a b-side to "Real Love"

                                      shaun:

                                      jimmix:
                                      17. "Baby's in Black" [Aug. 30, 1965 - previously unreleased]

                                      This was actually released 20 years ago as a b-side to "Real Love"

                                      Technically, and I think this is how Apple will angle the reasoning, the Real Love single version had an intro from the 29th added onto the front of the song from the 30th; hence this is an unreleased version. But on the other hand the song its self has been released. But as a stand alone Aug. 30th - it has not been released. Semantics.......

                                      Since the source tapes are different than what they used in the '77 album release and the '96 single release, they probably won't go through the trouble of tacking on the intro.

                                        Nancy R:I have the original in vinyl, but just pre-ordered this CD. What can I say? I'm a completist! Hmmm...but I didn't buy Pure McCartney yet. I have to save some things for people to buy me as birthday and Christmas presents!

                                        ETA: I see there are some previously unreleased tracks, so definitely worth it!

                                        I own the original 1977 Vinyl as well! You need to purchase the Pure McCartney Deluxe 4-CD set.

                                          jl4761:

                                          Nancy R:I have the original in vinyl, but just pre-ordered this CD. What can I say? I'm a completist! Hmmm...but I didn't buy Pure McCartney yet. I have to save some things for people to buy me as birthday and Christmas presents!

                                          ETA: I see there are some previously unreleased tracks, so definitely worth it!

                                          I own the original 1977 Vinyl as well! You need to purchase the Pure McCartney Deluxe 4-CD set.

                                          Like I said, I'm willing to wait for Christmas!

                                            dcshark:Finally it's being released on CD.

                                            I was hoping for a box-set of live recordings. I guess that was too much to ask for :

                                            I would have preferred the original cover. I'm not liking this cover

                                            Hey, it's a reissue of the Hollywood Bowl album with a remix in 2016 technology and extra tracks! Heck yeah! Some of us have been waiting for this forever! I have to say it's a better cover than that manila one with the tiny picture on the original '77 release. IMO.

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