9 thoughts on “ To Know Her Is To Love Her - The Beatles - New Years Day - The Decca Audition (CD, Album)

  1. The Beatles’ famous audition for Decca Records took place in London on New Year’s Day in The session followed the label’s A&R representative Mike Smith’s attendance at a Cavern performance on 13 December The Beatles’ performance that night hadn’t been strong enough to secure them a record deal, but the label was willing to offer them a session in their studios at
  2. To Know Her Is To Love Her A Taste Of Honey Long Tall Sally I Saw Her Standing There (Decca Audition) Besame Mucho Love Me Do (First EMI version, with Pete Best) How Do You Do It (See The Beatles' Second Album LP) Something New (CD) Capitol CDP 8 2 3 See Something New LP) Beatles .
  3. One version was on their January audition tapes with Decca, not released during the band's existence and not included on Anthology 1. The second version was recorded on 16 July for the Pop Go The Beatles radio show and was not officially released until , on their Live at the BBC compilation album.
  4. Decca Studios, London 1st January Money (That’s What I Want) The Sheikh of Araby Memphis Tennessee Three Cool Cats Sure To Fall September In The Rain Take Good Care of My Baby Till There Was You Crying Waiting Hoping To Know Her Is To Love Her Besame Mucho Searchin’ Like Dreamers Do.
  5. The complete audition of 15 songs recorded live on 1 Jan complete and live in studio with no overdubs is what you will find here and this is a diamond of early Beatles. During the wee hours of New Years morning the lads and Brian Epstein packed up the gear in the van and made their way south to London for an audition in the Decca Studios /5(35).
  6. The Beatles' Second Album The Beatles Story The Beatles Tapes From The David Wigg Interviews The Beatles With Tony Sheridan And Guests The Best I (~) The Best II (~) The Best III (~) The Best IV (~) The Best Of The Beatles '64 The Capitol Albums Vol. 1 The Capitol Albums Vol. 2 The Complete Decca Audition.
  7. Their destination: an audition for the mighty Decca organisation, and the big time. At 11am the next morning, an icy New Year's Day, the Beatles and Brian Epstein, who had journeyed to London to see his boys first step up the ladder to success, arrived at Decca's cold West Hampstead studios and waited.
  8. Apr 12,  · Starting to circulate among collectors is a new, free 24 disc set of Beatles material from BBC Radio. The set is designed to accompany Kevin Howlett's book The Beatles: The BBC Archives Each disc can be stored in a separate case, or they can be placed in slim cases and housed in the box intended for the book.
  9. The Beatles' Decca Records Audition, January 1, Money - The Beatles (partial; Decca audition) To Know Her Is To Love Her - The Beatles (Decca audition) Memphis - The Beatles (Decca audition) Make Love Not War - John Lennon (partial) Mind Games - John Lennon (studio vsn. unreleased early mix) The Beatles Sign With Parlophone.

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