Friday, January 27, 2017

L.S. BUMBLE BEE (The Beatles)

Hello All, Let us stay with those Beatles. Next up is this goodie called L.S. Bumble Bee. This is a crazy mix of songs starting off with L.S. Bumble Bee released on a 45 by Peter Cook & Dudley Moore. Then it's just a mix all over the place from the studio and one from The Ed Sullivan Show. A fun listen for sure!!


Dudley Moore & Peter Cook

Release date: 1973
Contraband’s companion piece to Have You Heard The Word, with most of the tracks originating from the Let It Be soundtrack. This marked the debut of a Beatles Decca audition track on any medium, illegal or not. One theory put forward about how this song might have been obtained is that it came from a tape of eight of the Decca audition songs the Beatles had given to Astrid Kirchherr around 11 April of 1962 upon their return to Hamburg, the day after Stuart Sutcliff’s passing. Kirchherr gave the tape to a friend of hers a year later.
Side 1: L.S. Bumble Bee (original 45 by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, 1967) / Don’t Let Me Down; Maxwell s Silver Hammer; Two Of Us (fast version); I’ve Got A Feeling; Oh Darling; Too Bad About Sorrows; One After 909; Across The Universe; I Dig A Pony 
Side 2: Save The Last Dance For Me; Don’t Let Me Down / Suzie Parker / Yesterday (Ed Sullivan Show September 12 1965, taped August 14 1965) / Love Of The Loved (extended edit, Decca audition, January 1 1962, satisfactory mono) / Hey Jude Rehearsal (‘Experiment in TV 1968) / All You Need Is Love (worldwide telecast of ‘Our World’ June 25 1967)

We also have this crazy extra Bootleg Called BEATLES EXTRAS...    ENJOY............ 
                                                "BEATLES EXTRAS LINK"

John Lennon Sings at Hotel Miyako, San Francisco 8/12/72 w/Yoko for Eyewitness News. Well just judge for yourself on this one folks.....  As TOMMY WOULD SAY... THE HORROR !!!!!  
Woman is the Nigger of the World
Fools Like My
Peggy Sue
Bring It On Home
Rock Island Line
Maybe Baby


Ringo Starr - John Lennon - George Harrison
I'm the greatest  4 vers.
Sunset Sound Recorders, Los Angeles, 13 March 1973
Lennon was invited by Ringo Starr to go to Sunset Sound Recorders in Los Angeles to help contribute to Ringo, his third studio album. Starr had sent requests to each of the former Beatles for new material, and Lennon revived I'm The Greatest. He rewrote several of the lines to make them relevant to Starr, and helped arranged the recording. George Harrison was also in Los Angeles, and had arranged a meeting with Lennon to discuss the 1962-1966 and 1967-1970 Beatles compilations. Lennon invited him into the studio, making perhaps the closest there ever came to a Beatles reunion. From behind the piano Lennon led a version with Starr on drums, Harrison on electric guitar and Voormann on bass. They recorded 12 takes, four of which were complete, with Lennon singing guide vocals. One of these studio outtakes was released in slightly edited form in the John Lennon Anthology collection.

Track Listing:
01. I'm The Greatest (Take 1) [0:00]
02. I'm The Greatest (Take 2) [5:11]
03. I'm The Greatest (Take 3) [10:31]
04. I'm The Greatest (Take 4) [13:58]

EMI Studios, Abbey Road, 5 September 1968
Two separate versions of While My Guitar Gently Weeps were worked on during this session: overdubs to the first group attempt, and a remake which eventually became the released version. McCartney played organ on some of the unused takes, and also busked a version of Lady Madonna after take 40.

Track Listing:
01. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Studio Chat) [0:00]
02. Lady Madonna (Rehearsal) [0:17]
03. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Rehearsal) [1:44]
The Beatles Home Demos: White Album Era 1968 (Unplugged)

May 24/25/26 1968
O-Bla-Di O-Bla-Da
Back To The U.S.S.R     


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