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An Ultra Rare Limited Edition of just 100 NUMBERED copies

on 180g RED/GREEN Mix Vinyl

with Alternate Sleeve

Label: Rockwell


Cat No: RWLP045-MIX20


Side One: 1. She Loves You 2. You Can't Do That 3. Twist And Shout 4. Long Tall Sally 5. Can't Buy Me Love 6. Twist And Shout 7. Roll Over Beethoven 8. I Wanna Be Your Man 9. Long Tall Sally

Side Two: 1. Medley: Love Me Do/Please Please Me/From Me To You/She Loves You/I Want To Hold Your Hand 2. Can't Buy Me Love 3. Shout 4. I Feel Fine 5. She's A Woman 6. Baby's In Black 7. Ticket To Ride 8. Long Tall Sally

Tracks Side One 1-5. The NME Awards, Empire Pool Wembley, 26th April 1964 Tracks Side One 6-9 Tracks SideTwo 1-3. IBC Studios London, 19th April 1964 (for the Around The Beatles, Rediffusion TV Show, broadcast on 28th April 1964 Tracks Side Two 4-8. The NME Awards, Empire Pool Wembley, 11th April 1965

Please Note: Due to the nature of the record pressing process, no two records are identical within the colour mix. The record you receive will vary from that illustrated.

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Ready for some classic Beatles tracks performed LIVE? On this record we have not one or two, but three performances by the Beatles. The first five tracks were recorded at the 1964 NME Poll Winners concert on the 26th April 1964. Beatlemania was in full swing and the lads had just completed shooting their first movie A Hard Day's Night. This was their first live performance for 15 weeks and the 10,000 strong audience at the Empire Pool Wembley (now known as the Wembley Arena) witnessed The Beatles received awards (presented by Roger Moore) for 'Outstanding Vocal Group' and 'Best British Vocal Group'. The concert was broadcast two weeks later on the May 10th. The next seven tracks are from the TV show Around The Beatles. Broadcast two days after the NME show, The Beatles returned to Wembley this time to the Rediffusion Studios (studio 5AB). Arriving for rehearsals earlier in the day, not only did they perform songs, they also took part in comedy skits including a spoof of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Something slightly unusual musically was a medley of earlier hits and a version of Shout which is a song they never recorded for any of their albums. The TV show was broadcast in the UK on May 6th and on the 15th November in the USA. The Beatles actually 'mimed' on the show to the music they had pre-recorded on the 19th April 1964. The final five tracks are from the 1965 NME Poll Winners concert. Their second movie Help! was in the can and once again an audience of 10,000 people filled the Empire Pool Wembley on 11th April 1965. This year they received awards for 'Best World Vocal Group', 'Best British Vocal Group' and 'Best British Vocal Personality' for John. The show was broadcasted in the UK on 18th April. - Andrew Brooks