Welcome, Guest

You are not logged in.
Logo
My BootlegZone
Main Site | Section News | Forum | Links | Hall Of Shame | Scans+ | FAQ | Contact
 Register
 Log in
 My profile
 My trader ratings
 My message box
 My trade list
 My want list
 My in-process list
 Potential traders
 JADE - My draft files
 Log out


Welcome to
desperadododod,
our newest member !


Members list
Member Search:
26 users online:
1 member and 25 guests

So you want to expand your bootleg collection ?
Why don't you become a Bootlegzone Member ?
It's FREE !




The Beatles
 Section news
 Latest updates
 All files by publisher
 All files alphabetically
 Core collection
 Completist's collection
 Songs encyclopedia
 Most owned
 Most wanted
Beatles Sections:
 The Beatles
 John Lennon
 Paul McCartney
 George Harrison
 Ringo Starr
Beatles Pages
 The Ultimate Beatleg Guide
 Articles
Other Sections
 0-9
 A
 B
 C
 D
 E
 F
 G
 H
 I
 J
 K
 L
 M
 N
 O
 P
 Q
 R
 S
 T
 U
 V
 W
 X
 Y
 Z
BootlegZone
 What's new
 Latest updates
 Forum
 Beatleg links
 Most owned items
 Most wanted items
 Hall Of Shame
 Contact


The Beatles - Complete Home Recordings 1958-1962 - CD 1

[ Reviews ] [ Want lists ] [ Trade lists ] [ Add to my trade/want list ]




Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Silent Sea
Reference :SS076
Date :2002
Made In :
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 70:11

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
That'll Be The Day(Allison/Holly/Petty)
2:07
Song
Version details available
Private Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
Summer 1958 at Phillips Sound Recording Service in Liverpool. John, Paul, George, Colin Hanton and Duff Lowe.
2.
In Spite Of All The Danger(Harrison/McCartney)
2:44
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
3.
Jam(unknown)
7:54
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
4.
Jam(unknown)
7:46
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
5.
Jam(unknown)
11:13
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
6.
That's The End(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison)
17:50
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
7.
I Don't Need No Cigarette, Boy(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Sutcliffe)
5:55
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
8.
Johnny, Johnny(unknown)
5:44
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
9.
Well, Darling(Lennon/McCartney)
3:22
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
10.
Turn The Mixers Off(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Sutcliffe)
4:58
Song
Version details available
Home Recording
(date unknown)
The Beatles
January-February 1960, probably at the McCartney home in Liverpool. John, Paul, George and Stu Sutcliffe.
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
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: derha-dunOn 06 Jun 2004 at 00:10 CEST
An excellent compilation by Silent Sea along with the others in this series. Worthy of any serious collector's Beatles collection. The most complete yet. Sound quality is typical of the home recordings from 1960(?) fair to poor quality but worth it.

Review by: Dan RyanOn 06 Jun 2004 at 05:50 CEST
If I understood the review by Carlos correctly, I think this is what he was trying to say. This is a poor sounding recording of an amateur band. Stu was not a very good bass player and he was only there because John wanted him there. Even though this was the beginning of the Beatles, it doesn't make it any easier to listen to. Many collectors get obsessive over every scrap of music they can find.

Carlos, all those things may be true, but speaking as a collector that is why we spend time on the Bootlegzone. We would like everything to sound wonderful, but we take whatever we can get. It is amazing that these recordings still exist. We want to hear how the Beatles developed into the talent that they became.

I would like to congratulate derha-dun on the clever way he spells Dera Duhn and praise him for the incredible amount of time he inputs information and scans as a bootleg master for all of us to enjoy, not to mention $$ to Telliuel to support this website.
Review by: Carlos HarrisonOn 08 Jun 2004 at 21:39 CEST
You're all quite right: I surrender !!!
It's a fine CD for all that want to know HOW The Beatles played in the very first beginning. And don't want to know about audio ( very poor ) quality and guitars and bass players... in some trax the guitars are a bit OUT of tune !!!!
Review by: la_beatleOn 19 Jan 2006 at 14:47 CEST
Vistos EN CONJUNTO, los 9 cds son una colección estupenda. Muchos temas ya editados antes (algunos con mejor o peor calidad), otros no los he visto en ningún otro bootleg (sobretodo algunos del cd 9)

¿Debe oirse?, para otros fans de los Beatles como yo, la respuesta es SI

Pero solo porque somos fans de los Beatles y conocemos la historia detras de los temas. Para otras personas la respuesta es un rotundo NO

Una nota, son grabaciones caseras, o sea amateurs. Y se nota


Quizás podamos intercambiar mp3 Beatles vía internet. Enviame un email. Besos. Vero :-D
Review by: arkantozOn 10 Jul 2007 at 06:12 CEST
this is good for completest and not for a casual fan. its like listening to an AM band radio station in a poor reception.
Review by: polarworsksstudioOn 13 Jul 2007 at 23:11 CEST
Vero lo que argumentas es correcto es una material para lo que en coleccionistas se denomina HARD TO COLLECT y es que es materila muy primitivo pero son joyas, muy basico para todo Beatles Fan

Saludos
Review by: PattieOn 30 Jul 2007 at 05:22 CEST
Isn't this the same as the Wildcat sessions?
Review by: WickieOn 13 Sep 2010 at 16:09 CEST
Track 2 is Summer 1958 at Phillips Sound Recording Service in Liverpool. John, Paul, George, Colin Hanton and Duff Lowe, like track 1.
@Pattie: it has same tracks as Wildcat and other compilations of that era (like Put it on the style, Liverpool spring 1960, The Quarrymen at home, a.o.) but the overall idea of the whole series makes it nescesserry to include it here (again).
Interesting stuff, though!
Review by: winston237On 15 Sep 2010 at 16:31 CEST
Review by: banzetruz09On 19 Feb 2013 at 18:32 CEST


Want to add your review ? Are you a BootlegZone member yet ? Then log in first !





Filename: SS076
Originally filled by: reikor x
Date of creation: 04 Dec 2002 17:13:35
Last filled by: reikor x
Last Revision Date : 04 Dec 2002 17:14:40
Online on : 04 Dec 2002
Type of media: Bootleg CD


Copyright © 1996-2020 BootlegZone & François Vander Linden
It is forbidden to use anything present on these pages for ANY KIND of project without appropriate permission.


These pages require a minimum resolution of 800x600. A higher resolution is highly recommended for a better browsing experience.

This page was created in 0.021 seconds.

Server time: 31 Mar 2020 04:46:26 CET