Sunday, 7 February 2016

Beatles, The [1964.04.26] with Various Artists (NME Poll Winners Concert)

Various Artists
New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert
(Masterfraction : MFCD 002-003)
Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England
Sunday April 26th, 1964
Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 224 Kbps MP3
Watch The Beatles' live performance video:

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01. Opening Theme
Joe Ross Orchestra Band
02. Patsy Girl
The Hollies
03. Rockin’ Robin
04. Just One Look
The Rolling Stones
05. Not Fade Away
06. I Just Want To Make Love To You
07. I’m Alright
Joe Ross Orchestra Band
08. Peanut Vender
The Swinging Blue Jeans
09. Shake, Rattle And Roll
10. Good Golly Miss Molly
The Searchers
11. Farmer John
12. Don’t Throw Your Love Away
13. What’d I Say
Freddie & The Dreamers)
14. Kansas City (Hey! Hey! Hey!)
15. Send Me Some Lovin’
16. Who Wears Short Shorts
Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
17. Candy Man
18. Do You Love Me
Manfred Mann
19. Sticks And Stones
20. Hubble Bubble
Jet Harris & Tony Meechan
21. Diamonds
22. Big Bad Bass
Kathy Kirby
23. You’re The One
24. Dance On
Disc 2:
Billy Kramer & The Dakotas
01. I’ll Keep You Satisfied
02. They Remind Me Of You
The Mersey Beats
03. I Think Of You
04. Don’t Turn Around
05. I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry
The Diamonds
06. Happy Being Fat
Joe Brown & His Bruvvers
07. I’m Henry The VIII, I Am
08. The Seculy Gas
09. What A Crazy World
Gerry & The Pacemakers
10. I Like It
11. I’m The One
12. Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying
The Beatles
13. Awards Presentation by Roger Moore
14. Murray The K Introduces The Beatles
15. She Loves You
16. You Can’t Do That
17. Twist And Shout
18. Long Tall Sally
19. Can’t Buy Me Love

On Sunday April 26th, 1964, [The Beatles] took to the stage at “The Empire Pool” in Wembley for the annual “New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert”. These concerts were amazing as they included every top British act of the time (and the occasional American) and this day was no exception. The lineup included “Cliff Richard”, “The Shadows”, “The Rolling Stones”, “The Hollies”, “The Searchers”, “The Dave Clark Five” and, of course, “The Beatles”. The equipment for each band was on small individual stages, which were wheeled to the front of the main stage by stage hands who wore white coats. At last a small stage was wheeled out with Ringo’s drums and that all too familiar Beatles logo, 10,000 people went crazy. -Original

Fortunately for those watching TV, the broadcast sound was clear and not drowned out by the fans.
Detailed show description here:


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