Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Beatles, The & The Rolling Stones - At The Rarest (Joker Vinyl) [SBD]






The Beatles & The Rolling Stones
'At The Rarest'
(1973 Joker : SM 3591)
Joker Records : Italian Bootleg


Soundboard Recordings
Source: 12" Vinyl LP
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3


Side A: Beatles rarities
Side B: Stones rarities

This vinyl LP is a Bootleg on the Italian Joker label (1973) with 7 tracks by 'The Beatles' and 6 tracks by 'The Rolling Stones'. The recordings are primarily derived from BBC appearances by both bands with a few live songs by the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl show in 1964. 

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Track List: (Assorted Artwork Included)
Side A: The Beatles
01 - Boys (Live)
02 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
03 - All My Loving (Live)
04 - Please Please Me
05 - Misery
06 - Twist And Shout / You Can't Do That (Live)
Side B: The Rolling Stones
07 - Carol
08 - I Just Wanna Make Love To You
09 - Cry To Me
10 - Walking The Dog
11 - You Can Make It If You Try
12 - Route 66

The Beatles / Stones Connection
By early September 1963, when Lennon & McCartney wrote - or more precisely finished - 'I Wanna Be Your Man' for the Stones, The Beatles were a huge source of national pride. Though they were yet to make that sensational and unprecedented inroad for a post-Elvis pop act into America, the fact that they had created an indigenous form of rock (a genuinely novel-seeming amalgam of rock 'n' roll, R&B, Brill Building pop and Everly Brothers/girl group harmonies) was already remarkable in itself. What was even more startling is that all of their three singles ('From Me To You' made its chart debut that very month) and half of their album (there was another due in November) were composed by band members. This wasn't actually that unusual for rock acts - Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry had written their own gear - but it was certainly novel for a band from the UK, a nation whose inferiority complex about their relationship to big, rich, glamorous America was deeply ingrained. (More...) -Original

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