BURIED TREASURE

2-LP set

Company: Wonderland

Matrix Number: 49001-A / 49001-B / 49001-C / 49001-D

Release date: Late 1975.

Country: USA

 

SIDE A

1. SOLDIER OF LOVE (LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS) (incomplete)

2. I GOT A WOMAN (incomplete)

3. KANSAS CITY/HEY-HEY-HEY-HEY!

4. SOME OTHER GUY

5. LEND ME YOUR COMB

6. CAROL

7. LUCILLE

8. THE HIPPY HIPPY SHAKE

9. SHOUT!

10. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE (with Brian Matthew intro)

 

SIDE B

11. JOHNNY B. GOODE

12. SLOW DOWN

13. NOTHIN' SHAKIN' (BUT THE LEAVES ON THE TREES)

14. I'M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND CRY (OVER YOU)

15. MONEY (THAT'S WHAT I WANT)

16. HONEY DON'T

17. ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC

18. DIZZY MISS LIZZIE (incomplete)

 

SIDE C

19. MURRAY THE K: AS IT HAPPENED

20. I SAW HER STANDING THERE

21. YOU CAN'T DO THAT

 

SIDE D

22. Paul intro ALL MY LOVING

23. John intro SHE LOVES YOU

24. Paul intro TILL THERE WAS YOU

25. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN

26. John intro CAN'T BUY ME LOVE

27. George intro THIS BOY

28. Paul intro LONG TALL SALLY (incomplete)

 

sound quality: variable

sources:

1: BBC radio “Pop go the Beatles’’, July 16, 1963 (P)

2: BBC radio “Saturday Club’’, April 4, 1964 (G)

3: ABC TV "Shindig'', January 20, 1965 (F)

4: Liverpool, Cavern Club, August 22, 1962 (G)

5, 6: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'' July 16, 1963 (P)

7: BBC radio “Pop go the Beatles”, September 17, 1963 (G)

8: BBC radio “Pop go the Beatles”, June 4, 1963 (G)

9: Associated Rediffusion TV “Around the Beatles’’, May 6, 1964 (P)

10: BBC radio “Saturday Club’’, October 5, 1963 (G)

11: BBC radio “Saturday Club’’, February 15, 1964 (G)

12: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', August 20, 1963 (G)

13: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', July 23, 1963 (G)

14: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', August  6, 1963 (G)

15: Stockholm Karlaplansstudio, October 24, 1963 (F)

16: BBC radio “Pop Go the Beatles”, September 3, 1963 (G)

17: Tokyo, Budo-Kan Hall, June 30, 1966 (VG)

18: BBC radio "The Beatles (invite you to take a Ticket to ride)'', June 7, 1965 (F)

19: Murray “the K’’ fan club record, 1964; interviews (VG)

20 to 28: Melbourne, Festival Hall, June 17, 1964 (G)
 

COMMENTS.

This is a compilation of various tracks, all previosuly released. Most of these were taken from CBM records, and from the TMOQ OUTAKES 1 and 2 and YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD. In a few cases, anyway, the source seems to be a tape of better quality, as is the case of Murray the K: As it happened. We are in contact with the producer, who gave us some information: "The source for that album was all tape from a friend - who was the #1 Beatles archivist in America at the time. I put together the tape - did all the artwork. Years later I even did a CD version with the same cover. I am guessing that album was 74 or 75. - The back cover says PRODUCED AND ARRANGED BY CAROL & MONIKA - who are my two younger sisters. I do not recall how many copies were sold - but I suspect well north of 25,000 copies.".

RELEASES.

The first version came with a deluxe printed cover featuring a nice autographed picture; the discs had white Wonderland labels. It was repressed with the usual Berkeley disc labels.

INTEREST. This record, when released, could be useful for people who did not own a good bootleg collection, since it contained a large number of unreleased tracks. Nowadays, it's only for completists, even though it's quite a classic bootleg, and one of the first with a de-luxe cover. **

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