Live at the BBC
The Beatles were back in the upper reaches of the charts again in ’94, when The Beatles: Live at the BBC stormed to #1 in the UK and #3 in the U.S. Not only did this set offer the chance to hear the young and hungry Fab Four playing their early hits and favorite covers live in the BBC studios, but also some 30 songs that they never released on record in the ’60s. Those include a heap of other covers but also little-known Lennon-McCartney songs; together, these 71 tracks capture the exhilarating sound of an iconic band during their time of self-discovery and surging confidence. Available here on double-CD or double-vinyl, this treasured collection has been newly remastered and repackaged to sound and look better than ever. It’s the first half of the ’60s again, and this is a new band out of Liverpool called the Beatles: Can’t Buy Me Love; I Saw Her Standing There; Till There Was You; Lucille; To Know Her Is to Love Her; A Taste of Honey; Soldier of Love; Baby It’s You; Young Blood; Ticket to Ride; I’ll Be on My Way; Too Much Monkey Business; I Got a Woman; A Hard Day’s Night; I Wanna Be Your Man; Roll Over Beethoven; She’s a Woman; Love Me Do; Don’t Ever Change; Nothin’ Shakin’; Things We Said Today; All My Loving; I Just Don’t Understand, and more! Capitol.
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