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The Beatles - Live At The Hollywood Bowl ( Project 4877)
(Unreleased US Stereo LP)

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Capitol (Fake)/Dr. Ebbetts
Reference :STAO 2222
Date :2000
Made In :USA
Quality :excellent
Booklet & packaging :HQ gloss colour cover and tray inserts of the proposed Capitol album artwork. Silver CDR with black silk-screened Capitol label artwork.
Total duration: 36:58

Comments
Capitol Records proposed to release a live album in 1964 which was scraped. Acetates were made, however the "live" album remained unreleased until 1977 with Capitol's SMAS-11638 vinyl album release.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Introduction(The Beatles Section)
5:44
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C.640823
The Beatles
2.
Twist And Shout(Russell/Medley)
1:16
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.01
The Beatles
3.
You Can't Do That(Lennon/McCartney)
2:45
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.02
The Beatles
4.
All My Loving(Lennon/McCartney)
2:14
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.03
The Beatles
5.
She Loves You(Lennon/McCartney)
2:32
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.04
The Beatles
6.
Things We Said Today(Lennon/McCartney)
2:19
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.05
The Beatles
7.
Roll Over Beethoven(Berry)
2:19
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.06
The Beatles
8.
Can't Buy Me Love(Lennon/McCartney)
2:49
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.07
The Beatles
9.
If I Fell(Lennon/McCartney)
2:31
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.08
The Beatles
10.
I Want To Hold Your Hand(Lennon/McCartney)
2:24
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.09
The Beatles
11.
Boys(Dixon/Farrell)
2:47
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.10
The Beatles
12.
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
2:32
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.11
The Beatles
13.
Long Tall Sally(Johnson/Penniman/Blackwell)
4:46
Song
Version validated
Concert
Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
23 Aug 1964
C640823.12
The Beatles
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
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Reviews

Review by: vitorsumanOn 05 Dec 2002 at 00:12 CEST
All right, this is a very good album, with very clean sound...

but can anyone tell me a little bit more about this 'unreleased project'?
Review by: Skeet xOn 27 Jul 2003 at 22:44 CEST
The "unreleased project" is in reference to what Capitol had hoped would be The Beatles' first live album: "Project # 4877 – The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl" to be exact. The choice to record at The Hollywood Bowl's huge outdoor expanse on August the 23rd, 1964 was made because Capitol execs thought this may help dissipate some of the ear-busting screaming. (It didn't.) Dr. Ebbett's track listing is exactly what Capitol had lined-up for their '64 LP, with "Can't Buy Me Love" kicking off side two. George Martin, British EMI, and The Beatles were all very much against Capitol's money-making record, and put the whoa's on the project before it got very far. However, stereo mixes and mono acetates were prepared before all the British guys pulled the plug. Capitol was persistent, trying in 1965 and again in 1966 to get a live album released before giving up. This info is all in Bruce Spizer's excellent book "The Beatles Story On Capitol Records - The Albums".
Review by: Johnny_Lennon2On 06 Sep 2003 at 06:14 CEST
It's bloody fantastic, This is the best concert bootleg I've heard yet. I recommend more people should listen to this. It's the best Hollywood Bowl bootleg but I don't understand about Captiol not releasling this project. It would of being a successful album for that time...Hmm?
Review by: Hector_POn 10 Sep 2003 at 01:47 CEST
Review by: CalicoSkiesNCOn 03 Dec 2003 at 21:00 CEST
I absolutely love this live disc! The sound is superb, very clean and crisp. This is one disc thats great fun to listen to. You get a great glimpse into the heart of Beatlemania and what these guys had to face in order to perform live. The songs seem to move fast and I do believe they are trying to get done and get the he!l out of there! Again I say, I just love this disc.
Review by: pasqcann1962On 12 Dec 2003 at 21:29 CEST
100 years from now, all anyone will have to do to hear what the Beatles were all about, will simply be to just listen to this great period piece. You can hear the excitement in the Fabs voices as they shout out their tunes to the adoring crowd. I am thankful to the good Dr. for releasing this time capsule and hope that some day the general public will have an opportunity to hear what all the fuss was about way back in 1964 by having this disc in general circulation. In the meantime, lucky Bootlegzone members can trade for this cd, listen to it and share it with as many people as possible.
Review by: dirty_dog_bootlegsOn 20 Apr 2004 at 05:30 CEST
Excellent! BUT-
My copy is cataloge # STAO-2222....?
What gives?
Review by: skynet_osirisOn 21 Apr 2004 at 19:05 CEST
The Beatles Live at the Holliwood Bowl

I have the Midnight beat box set of the 3 Holliwood bowl concerts, with accurate liner notes on the booklet that came with the box, the music is great, prisitine, clear stereo in the 3 concerts, this bootleg is a must have for any serious Beatles collector, and im still wonder why capitol nor apple have decided yet to release the complete concerts in official form. is great music from an era that will live forever.

Skynet_Osiris
Review by: prof. stonedOn 04 Aug 2008 at 00:56 CEST
A great transfer, absolutely!

But, that being said, the mix on the acetate (or used source) is really bad.
The vocals are way too loud, and the drums get buried deeper and deeper with every song.
It's hard to believe that Capitol actually wanted to put this out.
And totally understandable that the beatles camp disliked it.

It doesn't seem to be mastered either. Some compression (preferably with an old fairchild or altec compressor) could have made this better listenable.

Nonetheless you need this.
Even if only to re-appreciate the released george martin version from 1977. And the artwork is priceless.
Review by: THEFOOLONTHEHILLOn 08 Aug 2008 at 01:15 CEST
A great project ! But, I hear that this concert has the same sound as we can find on Midnight Beat double CD Set. I thought that this version of the 1964 concert would be better, with a great sound because it comes from Capitol. I have too the 1977 Hollywood Bowl LP ( but in Cd ) and it sounds much better, really great than this CD. My copy is STAO 2222 ! Can someone explain me ?
Review by: louOn 23 Aug 2008 at 18:29 CEST
The Midnight Beat set comes from the master tapes - that's how the concerts sound as recorded. This CD uses the Midnight Beat release and edits it exactly as the 64 Capitol acetate was edited and, presumably, how it would have been released if Martin et al had approved it. The mono version is a fold down of the Midnight Beat stereo material - there was a mono release of the 64 concert on Yellow Dog, not sure if that was a true mono mix or not.


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Filename: CP-4877
Originally filled by: reikor x
Date of creation: 14 Sep 2002 13:47:13
Last filled by: moptop
Last Revision Date : 07 Oct 2013 15:09:28
Online on : 07 Oct 2013
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R


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