JAPAN 1966 / ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1964
Company: Contra Band Music
Matrix Number: MM1028 A / MM 1028 B / MM 1028 C / MM 1028 D
Release date: early 1974
1. MAGICAL MISTERY TOUR (with spoken interlude) 2:33
2. dialogue THE FOOL ON THE HILL 2:53
3. dialogue AERIAL TOUR INSTRUMENTAL PT. 2 (with dialogue) 0:49
4. SHE LOVES YOU (instrumental) / INSTRUMENTAL 4:09
5. INSTRUMENTAL 0:27
6. dialogue FLYING (with dialogue over coda) 2:01
7. dialogue ALL MY LOVING (instrumental) 2:14
8. dialogue I AM THE WALRUS 4:36
9. dialogue JESSIES'S DREAM (instrumental)(with dialogue) 3:20
10. dialogue SHIRLEY'S WILD ACCORDION 1:08
11. BLUE JAY WAY 3:46
12. SHIRLEY'S WILD ACCORDION (reprise) 0:23
13. SINGALONG MEDLEY 2:25
14. dialogue DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE 2:48
15. YOUR MOTHER SHOULD KNOW 2:29
16. MAGICAL MISTERY TOUR (incomplete.) 1:04
17. HELLO GOODBYE (incomplete) 0:36
Sound quality: G-mono
Source: complete "Magical Mistery Tour'' film soundtrack
The last of the three simultanous CBM Cinelogue releases on their Instant Analysis label. Tracks 3 and 9 are unreleased Beatles instrumentals; tracks 4, 10 and 12 are performed by accordionist Shirley Evans and track 7 by the George Martin Orchestra; track 14 is a Bonzo Dog Band number. I am the walrus was taken off the LP, not lifted from the soundtrack.
RELEASES BY CBM
1. Early 1974 (photo below the title). Similarly to the other two early 1974 Cinelogues (A HARD DAYS'S NIGHT and HELP!), the record had an insert with a drawing by D'Anunzio printed with a blue to red "rainbow" effect, the jacket used had the J. Fish drawing printed on the back (usually the copies of HELP! had a normal white jacket ) and the labels were yellow Instant Analysis, with the first record with Side I / Side II indications, the second record without side indications.
Late 1974. A further pressing had the orange Instant Analysis labels, both with Side I / Side II indications, the jacket was yellow with the "Classics Of Jazz Radio" drawing by J. Fish printed on the back. A further release, possibly produced in 1976, had a white jacket, the first record had the orange Instant Analysis labels and the second record had the green Shalom labels. All these releases were pressed at the plant whose pressing mark is a ring at 7 mm from the central hole, and the vinyl is of good quality.
INTEREST. Interesting at the time, and a nice collector's item. ***
THE WIZARDO RECORDS RELEASE. In 1975 Wizardo Records made its own copy also for this title. However, it contains more material and therefore it will have its own entry.