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The Beatles, Jacob De Vries - Bulletin From Britain 78 Bulletin From Britain 79 FLAC

The Beatles, Jacob De Vries - Bulletin From Britain 78 Bulletin From Britain 79 FLAC
Performer:
The Beatles, Jacob De Vries
Album:
Bulletin From Britain 78 Bulletin From Britain 79
Released:
1964
Country:
Australia
Label:
EMI Custom Service
Catalog:
PR.3438
FLAC size:
1031 mb
MP3 size:
1240 mb
WMA size:
1849 mb


Tracklist


1Jacob De Vries, The BeatlesThe Beatles5:30
2Jacob De VriesOverseas Fairs1:48
3Jacob De VriesFood For Thought2:15
4Jacob De VriesQueen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead2:00
5Jacob De VriesMarlowe Quartercentenary1:50
6Jacob De VriesCannon Hill Trust1:58
7Jacob De VriesCare Of London Statues2:45
8Jacob De VriesApril In Stratford2:00
9Jacob De VriesBritain And The 1964 Olympics2:30


Notes


United Kingdom Information Service radio program Bulletin From Britain, presenting various interviews and stories about the places, people and events of Britain for an Australian audience, by roving host, Jacob De Vries. Includes program sheets, listing the subjects and people interviewed. Most notably includes a long lost, short, funny interview with The Beatles in early 1964, before their US and world tour, introduced by an excerpt from the song, “I Want To Hold Your Hand”. Other notable interviews with American chef Robert Carrier, Shakespeare expert Levi Fox and athlete and General Secretary Of the British Olympic Committee Sandy Duncan.


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  • Label Code: OXS.910, OXS.911


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  • Published By – AMCO Transcription Sydney


Album


Jacob De Vries. Britain And The 1964 Olympics. April In Stratford. Food For Thought. Care Of London Statues. Includes program sheets, listing the subjects and people interviewed. Most notably includes a long lost, short, funny interview with The Beatles in early 1964, before their US and world tour, introduced by an excerpt from the song, I Want To Hold Your Hand. Hosted by Jacob De Vries. Bulletin From Britain 73 was broadcast in Australia on the 3rd of March, 1964, though the recordings would have been made in , The Beatles topped record charts in Britain and the United States. Although no singles were issued in either territory, the songs Hey Jude and Revolution originated from the same recording sessions and were issued on a single in August 1968. McCartney's constant criticism of his drumming on the track. In his absence, McCartney played the drums on Dear Prudence. The Beatles was the last Beatles album to be mixed separately for stereo. The Beatles album. Just better. The band and Martin later debated whether the group should have released a single album instead. The opening section of the track had the sound of an old 78 RPM record overdubbed while Martin arranged a saxophone and clarinet part in the same style. Lennon played the guitar solo on the track, but later said he hated the song, calling it beyond redemption. The Beatles had become Britains leading cultural export, and the trail they blazed to the colonies quickly became a well-trampled one. Scads of would-be contenders were tapping their toes on the far side of the Atlantic, just waiting for a chance to show the Yanks a thing or two. The group that initially gave the Beatles the best run for their money was the Dave Clark Five, who hailed from Londons northern suburb of Tottenham. He produced James Taylors first album at Apple, but his most famous client is Linda Ronstadt, whose classic sound he helped tailor in the Seventies. Some of the loudest, rawest and toughest music of the British Invasion came out of London. The Beatles - A Day in The Life: July 13, 1970 On this day back . The title track of The Beatles debut feature film and fourth US album was released as a single on this day in America. A Hard Days Night was issued as Capitol 5222. Its b-side was I Should Have Known Better. Its parent album had been released by United Artists, who owned the rights to the film. However, Capitol were able to issue the songs in other formats, hence the release of several songs from the soundtrack as singles. The single entered the US charts five days after its release, and from 1 August spent two wee. Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. Theres a convention in journalism called Betteridges law of headlines. Basically what it means is that headlines that end in a question mark can almost always be answered with a no. So it is with todays Bulletin. In the strictest sense, National leader Todd Muller did not lie about his knowledge of whether former party president Michelle Boag leaked active Covid-19 case details to hea. From United KingdomGenre: RockStyle: Blues RockArtist: The Beatles. EUR postage. Ending Friday at 10:08AM BST1d 22h. or Best Offer. From United KingdomArtist: The BeatlesDuration: Album. The Beatles CD Live in Washington 1964 Brand New Sealed. EUR . From Brazil