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The Beatles - Ultimate Live In Japan

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Scan submitted/created by [Chris J., xdj31@dial.pipex.co]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Walrus Records
Reference :Walrus 032
Date :1998
Made In :
Quality :Excellent
Booklet & packaging :Gatefold
Total duration: 73:42

Comments
Disc Reads 'Ultimate Live In Japan'.
However sleeve and back cover clearly don't, sales literature also indicates more detailed name. You choose.



Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Welcome The Beatles(Yoshikawa)
03:45
Song by another artist
Version validated
Version details available
Concert
Tokyo, Budokan
30 Jun 1966
The Blue Comets
2.
Introduction(The Beatles Section)
01:12
Concert intro/announcement
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo, Budokan Hall
30 Jun 1966
C660630
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
3.
Rock And Roll Music(Berry)
01:34
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
4.
She's A Woman(Lennon/McCartney)
03:19
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
5.
If I Needed Someone(Harrison)
03:00
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
6.
Day Tripper(Lennon/McCartney)
03:06
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
7.
Baby's In Black(Lennon/McCartney)
02:39
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
C660630.05
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
8.
I Feel Fine(Lennon/McCartney)
02:35
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
9.
Yesterday(Lennon/McCartney)
02:28
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
10.
I Wanna Be Your Man(Lennon/McCartney)
02:30
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
11.
Nowhere Man(Lennon/McCartney)
02:28
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
12.
Paperback Writer(Lennon/McCartney)
02:45
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
13.
I'm Down(Lennon/McCartney)
03:08
Song
Concert
Tokyo
30 Jun 1966
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
14.
Press Conference(-)
03:00
Interview
Version validated
The Beatles
Tokyo, Hilton Hotel
30 Jun 1966
INT1966-056
The Beatles
Part 2
15.
Introduction(The Beatles Section)
01:13
Concert intro/announcement
Version validated
Version details available
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a
The Beatles
Introduction Of The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
16.
Rock And Roll Music(Berry)
01:33
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.01
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
17.
She's A Woman(Lennon/McCartney)
03:12
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.02
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
18.
If I Needed Someone(Harrison)
02:50
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.03
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
19.
Day Tripper(Lennon/McCartney)
03:07
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.04
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
20.
Baby's In Black(Lennon/McCartney)
02:40
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.05
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
21.
I Feel Fine(Lennon/McCartney)
02:26
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.06
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
22.
Yesterday(Lennon/McCartney)
02:27
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.07
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
23.
I Wanna Be Your Man(Lennon/McCartney)
02:30
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.08
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
24.
Nowhere Man(Lennon/McCartney)
02:38
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.09
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
25.
Paperback Writer(Lennon/McCartney)
02:39
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.10
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
26.
I'm Down(Lennon/McCartney)
02:23
Song
Version validated
Concert
Tokyo - Afternoon Show
1 Jul 1966
C660701a.11
The Beatles
Budokan Hall,Tokyo
27.
Press Conference(-)
06:21
Interview
Version validated
The Beatles
Tokyo, Hilton Hotel
30 Jun 1966
INT1966-056
The Beatles
Part 1
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: Steven,On 17 Jun 2000
These are the Budokan concerts revisited, in near-perfect sound quality (as nearly always). A few tracks are quite funny, especially the Japanese introduction and the 'Welcome Beatles' song, which are utter crap but fun to listen to. The Beatles' playing is at a historical low point, and it's not really a good place to start with (witness the dullness of George's If I needed someone). The packaging is OK, but what really irritates is the fact that the press conference has been split into two segments, in order to make the listening experience more enjoyable. It was not a good move.
Review by: Gavin,On 26 Oct 2000
Note that the indexing of this is slightly out so that the first fraction of a second is cut off most tracks if you skip to the track. Not a massive issue but slightly irritating.
Review by: Mat Nicholls, matnicholls@btinternet.comOn 11 Aug 2001
Well, it's OK if you like that sort of thing, I suppose, and this disc gets extra marks for being pretty comprehensive. However, whilst the quality of the recording is very good, as with most Beatles live recordings, what you can hear of the bands playing (over the screaming girls) is pretty poor.
Review by: dirty_dog_bootlegsOn 13 Nov 2002 at 06:38 CEST
You know, I have a copy of this from a different company, & I also have an opinion about recorded Beatles' performances:

This is the GREATEST STUDIO BAND EVER- BAR NONE!
However, they NEVER should have played to a live audience.

Now that I have your attention- allow me to explain why.
In the years that they were touring, the BIG equipment they had was an Audivox cabinet with a small head attatched, about 100- 150 watts, I believe. Let's be realistic here- To play to 100,000+ people (let alone screaming female teeny-boppers with raging hormaones)
you realisticly need to have a 700- 800 watt High power cabinet, mike or direct-lined inta a P.A. system of a minimum of 2500 watts, wuth the proper tower designed speakers capable of sustaining 117 Db for an extended period of time.
The equipment they used is not considered valid for today's local-yocal "bar band" with an audience of 75, let alone 100,00 + !!!!!!!
The biggest mistake the Beatles ever made was being allowed to be talked into doing concerts in stadium arena. It was apparant from the very first one, & it never ever got better, as ios evidenced by George's lack-luster rendition of If I Needed Someone. They themselves knew it was awful, but they continued to do the shows until they just plain burned out. What a pity! The whole idea of making music is to play music- how terrible it must have been for them to finally be able to do what they loved most in life, only to find it sa prison far worse than a mundane 9:00 to 5:00 job at the local bank!
But, history is... so as a piece of history I give this a 5/10 rating, because you can herar the pain and torture in the Lads, and one can empathize their plight and acknowledge the sacrifices they made to be ouyr HEROS!!!!
Review by: TeranOn 26 Sep 2006 at 15:51 CEST
My contribution for the polemic. In my opinion, The Dirty Dog Bootleg commit mistake in some points. The Beatles have never played for 100.000 people. The Shea Stadium concert in 1965 was your major public performance(66.000 people). In the sixties the common crowds in arenas or stadiums are: 8.000, 10.000, 15.000 people. And The Beatles was very great musicians. They played live very good around the world in limited conditions in terms of technology, but with great results so on. In 1966 in Japan the boys are very tired of the stages. Your best live performances in my analisis occoured in 1964 when they played live with great pleasure. I'm fan of the live performances cause in stages rolls the true music, inclusiv for the human limitations. Thanks. Clįudio Teran...
Review by: cimrya dealOn 26 Sep 2006 at 23:31 CEST
Message to Dirty Dog Bootlegs: they were the FIRST to do concerts in stadium so the technology you're talking about was not even invented so SHUT UP!!!

Another message to Dirty Dog Bootlegs: what I meant is that we don't give a f**k about your technical opinion. You're the kind of people who can say that Sgt Pepper is not good cause it was recorded on 4 tracks and that no 5.1 mix exists!!! LOL
Review by: loboOn 27 Sep 2006 at 11:07 CEST
Message to cimrya:

Before critizising others (with harsh words), read at least carefully what they say!

Dirty Dog is right, the performance is awful but gives you a clear idea of how the guys suffered. So 5 out of 10 points.

BTW cimrya your "review" is really helpful...

Message to cimyra: Who is "we" (pluralis majestatis...)? Of course Dirrty is exaggerating since everybody should know that the Beatles could rock live (Radioshow, anyone?), but as John said, as early as the screeming and the 22 min. shows started they were done live.


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Filename: walrus32
Originally filled by: Chris J., xdj31@dial.pipex.co
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 09 Aug 2011 17:04:22
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Revision history
Version 1 (24 May 1998)

Added scan and listing

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