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The Beatles - The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes - Disc 1, The Hans Walther Braun Tape

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: BATZ
Reference :BATZ-0197
Date :2001
Made In :
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 52:19

Comments
In April 1960 during the school vacation Paul borrowed a neighbour's tape recorder to record the then-called "Beatals" in his family home at No.20 Forthlin Road in Liverpool. In 1961 different tapes from these sessions were given to their friends in Hamburg, Hans Walther Braun and Astrid Kirchherr. In the late 70's Frank Dostal borrowed both original tapes and spliced them together in the Teldec studio on Heussweg is Hamburg. He made three copies, one for Hans Walther Braun, one for Astrid Kirchherr and one for himself.

In April 1988 some tracks of one of these copies were released on the German LP "The Quarrymen At Home". Soon later most of the other tracks were released on a Dutch double LP called "John, Paul, George and Stu - Liverpool May 1960". The final missing vocal track "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise" finally made it on Belmo's "Happy Christmas" single in 1991. All future CD releases were lifted from these sets which unfortunately were heavily compressed and edited. Even the official "Anthology Vol.1" double CD has the reverb and echo that was added to the tape in 1988! So it's not copied from the source tape but from the vinyl bootleg.

For the first time now you have the chance to listen to the material lifted from the original source tape. To be honest, there are still some little snippets missing but many tracks are one or two seconds longer than on any previous release and one song for the first time ever could be heard in it's entirely: "Well Darling" on all previous releases was shortened from the original 5'06" to about 2'30" or 3'30". Here it is in full length without any fades or edits!

What's left? Beware of the so-called "1969 acetate". It was made in early 1988 by the same guys who originally did "The Quarrymen At Home" LP. Now relax, float downstream and enjoy the Beatals as nature intended!

Manfred Weissleder, February 2002

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Analysis and comments in track list by dinsdalep.



Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Hallelujah I Love Her So(Charles)
0:17
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat but louder.
Instrumental warmup.
2.
Hallelujah I Love Her So(Charles)
2:19
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat.
3.
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
2:26
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat.
Version 1.
4.
Movin' And Groovin'(Eddy/Hazelwood)
1:44
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat.
5.
Ramrod(Casey)
2:03
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
1960
The Beatles
Fades slightly at end, otherwise same as Wildcat.
6.
Jam(unknown)
7:48
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat. Both sources are too fast and "artificially lengthened" compared to the original tape.
7.
You'll Be Mine(Lennon/McCartney)
1:41
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Too fast, otherwise same as Wildcat.
8.
Unknown(unknown)
0:08
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Remaining Part Of Unknown Song
1960
The Beatles
Same snippet as on Wildcat.
Listed as "Remaining Part Of Unknown Song (McCartney)"
9.
Matchbox(Perkins)
0:53
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat.
10.
I'll Always Be In Love With You(Ruby/Green/Stept)
2:23
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Puttin' On The Style.
11.
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise(Lockhart/Seitz)
2:42
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat. Both sources are too fast.
12.
That's When Your Heartaches Begin(Fisher/Raskin/Hill)
1:16
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as Wildcat until 1:05, when it edits to a cleaner source for a slightly longer ending.
13.
Jam(unknown)
10:04
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Original tape was in key of F and lasted 10:07; Wildcat has an artificially extended version sped up to F# lasting 11:12. This is the artificially extended version, sped way up to G# lasting 10:00 to try and match the length of the original tape.
14.
Wildcat(Schroeder/Gold)
2:32
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Wildcat had this sped up and missing a bit at the end which is restored here (from an unknown source). This version is also at the correct speed.
Version 1.
15.
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
1:28
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Both sources are sped up, however this one edits to a slightly longer source at the end.
Version 2.
16.
Some Days(Lennon/McCartney)
1:40
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat. Both sources are too fast.
17.
You Must Write Every Day(Lennon/McCartney)
2:33
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat. Both sources are too fast.
18.
I'll Follow The Sun(Lennon/McCartney)
1:46
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Puttin' On The Style. Both sources are too fast.
19.
Hello Little Girl(Lennon/McCartney)
1:54
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
A bit longer at the beginning than Puttin' On The Style. Both sources are too fast.
20.
Wildcat(Schroeder/Gold)
1:26
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
Same as on Wildcat. Both sources are too fast.
Version 2.
21.
Interview(The Beatles Section)
0:17
Song
Version validated
Paul McCartney
Anthology Excerpt
1995
The Beatles
McCartney Interview - on Pre-Beatles home recordings
22.
Hallelujah I Love Her So(Charles)
1:13
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
From Anthology.
23.
You'll Be Mine(Lennon/McCartney)
1:38
Song
Version details available
Pre-Beatles
Spring 1960
The Beatles
From Anthology.
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: StuartOn 10 Jan 2003 at 22:48 CEST
I like this.It seems to "flow" a little easier than "Wildcat" or any other releases.Maybe because its from a less recent dub of the Forthlin Rd tapes that it sounds a little more gentle on the ears.(Esp than 'Anthology' anyway!).A must have if you can find it!
Review by: Sydmyidol22On 17 Mar 2014 at 02:04 CEST
I also think that their should be 2 albums of the following songs from 1956-1962 I even made up a track listing in my dreams for three weeks now: Hello Little Girl
Thinking Of Linking
Because I Know You Love Me So
Too Bad About Sorrows
Hot As Sun
Just Fun
Keep Looking That Way
Years Roll Along
If Tomorrow Ever Comes
Won\'t You Please Say Goodbye
Looking Glass
Winston's Walk
Like Dreamers Do
I Lost My Little Girl


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Filename: batz0197
Originally filled by: Reed Pigman
Date of creation: 23 May 2002 14:16:48
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 13 Dec 2011 16:46:56
Online on : 03 Apr 2011
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R


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