WITH LOVE FROM US TO YOU

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Company: Oro Records

Matrix Number: ORO 6365 A L-10328 / ORO 6365 B L-10328-X

Release Date: July 1982

Country: USA

 

SIDE A

1. PLEASE MR. POSTMAN (incomplete.) 2:02

2. I'LL BE ON MY WAY (incomplete) 1:53

3. CRYING, WAITING, HOPING (incomplete) 2:08

4. DON'T EVER CHANGE (incomplete) 1:55

5. A SHOT OF RHYTHM AND BLUES 2:18 

6. LONESOME TEARS IN MY EYES (incomplete) 2:37

7. NOTHIN' SHAKIN' (BUT THE LEAVES IN THE TREES) (incomplete) 2:52

8. ALL MY LOVING 2:06

9. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN 2:16

10. I WANNA BE YOUR MAN 2:10

 

SIDE B

11. CAN'T BUY ME LOVE 2:06

12. THIS BOY 2:18

13. ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC 2:02

14. AND I LOVE HER (incomplete) 2:20

15. A HARD DAY'S NIGHT (with dialogue) 2:37

16. Brian Matthew intro THINGS WE SAID TODAY 2:18

17. KANSAS CITY/HEY-HEY-HEY-HEY! 2:43

18. HONEY DON'T 2:24

19. DIZZY MISS LIZZIE 2:44

20. TICKET TO RIDE 2:57

21. FROM  US TO YOU (incomplete) 0:28

 

Sound quality: EX-mono

Source:

1:BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', July  30, 1963

2: BBC radio "Side by side'', June 24, 1963 (G)

3: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', August 6 1963

4, 5: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', August 27 1963

6, 7: BBC radio "Pop go the Beatles'', July  23, 1963

8 to 11: BBC radio "From  us to you'', March 30 1964

12: BBC radio "Saturday Club'', December 21, 1963

13, 17: BBC radio "Saturday Club'', December 26 1964

14 to 16: BBC radio "Top gear'', July  16, 1964 

18, 21: BBC radio "From  us to you'', May 18, 1964

19, 20: BBC radio "The Beatles (invite you to take a ticket to ride)'' June 7.65

COMMENTS

A few records including BBC materials, released in USA in 1982, derive from the radio program "The Beatles at the Beeb", aired in early 1982. In this case, the source was a longer version of the program that was broadcast between May 29 and May 31, 1982 by various FM stations. Even though part of the tracks that were broadcast had been taken from bootlegs, this was an interesting release that allowed Beatles fans to have access to a better quality version of various songs. Most of the songs are incomplete, especially at the beginning, because the producers edited the program by cutting the presenter's voice. The masters were prepared at the Greg Lew Processing plant, Long Beach, Ca.

RELEASES

This record came in a full color light blue jacket, with a postacard photo of the Beatles with title on front, and a photo with track listing on the back. The packaging included a b/w poster. The disc had a custom label with track listing. Two versions exist, one in high quality multicolor vinyl, the second one in black wax.

INTEREST. The version in multicolor vinyl retains a good interest for collectors of this type of bootlegs, whereas the other version has less value. ***/**.