Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Beatles, The [1969.09.22] Posters, Incense & Strobe Candles





The Beatles
'Posters, Incense And Strobe Candles'
(1993 Vigotone : VIGO 109)
The Legendary 'Get Back' Radio Broadcast
WBCN FM Boston - September 22nd, 1969
Broadcast Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=post&section=1
http://www.vigotone.com/vigotone/vigotone109.htm

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. DJ intro   (0:22)
02. Let It Be (incomplete)   (0:51)
03. WBCN station ID / Chess King ad / DJ monologue   (0:58)
04. Let It Be   (4:05)
05. Don't Let Me Down   (3:54)
06. For You Blue   (2:52)
07. Get Back   (3:05)
08. The Walk   (1:06)
09. DJ monologue / Arlo Guthrie concert ad   (2:46)
10. Hey Jude Tap - Harry Zonk   (1:40)
11. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End   (5:21)
12. DJ monologue / "Alice's Restaurant" ad   (1:50)
13. Get Back Honk   (0:50)
14. Get Back   (2:40)
15. I've Got A Feeling (fragment)   (0:11)
16. Teddy Boy   (5:54)
17. Two Of Us   (3:58)
18. Dig A Pony (4:07)
19. DJ monologue   (0:38)
20. Medley: Give Peace A Chance / Ballad Of John & Yoko (3:16)
21. Poor Hungry Hillbilly White Boy   (0:50)
22. Carry That Weight / The End   (3:41)
23. The Child ad   (1:00)
24. Mean Mr. Mustard / Polythene Pam / She Came In Through The Bathroom Window   (4:16)
25. I've Got A Feeling   (3:06)
26. The Long And Winding Road   (3:42)
27. Here Comes The Sun (incomplete)   (1:01)

According to Beatle folklore, promotional copies of their unreleased 1969 Get Back LP were distributed to radio stations in the United States.
In fact, no promotional copies of the album were issued, although many radio stations aired tapes which were in circulation at the time. Some stations (such as WBKW in Buffalo, and WEBN in Cincinnati) aired an undocumented mix of Get Back (available only on an obscure bootleg entitled O.P.D.), which mirrors the "final" track listing of the LP, as documented in The Beatles: Recording Sessions. (continued) -vigotone.com

This tape is significantly different than the "final" mix, which is widely available on various illicit records.  It's noticeably less processed than the other both in terms of editing and the use of reverb.  It also includes an extra performance of "Get Back", and a cover of Jimmy McCracklin's "The Walk". (more...) -vigotone.com

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