The Star Club - The Very Best Of The Star Club mp3 flac
Recorded and mixed at Hico Studio, Electric Lady Land, A & G Studio 1985〜1985. Remastered from original master recordings, May 1987 & January 1988. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Live at the Star Club is a 1964 live album by rock and roll pianist Jerry Lee Lewis and The Nashville Teens. The album was recorded at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany on April 5, 1964. It is regarded by many music journalists as one of the wildest and greatest rock and roll concert albums ever. The album appears in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 is a double album featuring live performances by the English rock group the Beatles, recorded in late December 1962 at the Star-Club during their final Hamburg residency. The album was released in 1977 in two different versions, comprising a total of 30 songs by the Beatles. The performances were recorded on a home tape machine using a single microphone, resulting in a low fidelity recording.
At The Star-Club In Hamburg Germany 1962 2 LP Mint- BLS 5560. This album also has a lot of songs which The Beatles never recorded for their studio albums. Their repertoire also shows some very old songs, maybe playing them to satisfy clients of the Club of different ages, or even playing to the German audience an old song like "Falling in Love Again", a song sung by German actress Marlene Dietrich in the 30s! The German people happy clap to this good gesture done for them by The Beatles. Other interesting things are:"Matchbox", sung by Ringo Starr when they recorded it in the studio, is sung by Lennon in this live album
At The Star-Club In Hamburg, Germany 1962 provides a murky-sounding snapshot of a crucial crossroads in Beatles history. Ringo Starr had recently joined the group, and they had just scored their first UK hit, Love Me Do. They were unknown in America and just gaining popularity in Britain, and their set list still reflected their earlier Hamburg shows - heavily favoring covers over original songs. An understanding of the Live! At the Star-Club’s long and winding journey provides crucial context for appreciation of these primitive-sounding recordings. The story begins on December 17, 1962, when the Beatles returned - this time, reluctantly - to Hamburg for the fifth and final time.
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Recorded Live: December, 1962 at The Star Club, Hamburg, Germany John Lennon - rhythm guitar, harmony vocal Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar George Harrison - lead guitar Ringo Starr - drums. Roll Over Beethoven (2:15). Recorded Live: December, 1962 at The Star Club, Hamburg, Germany John Lennon - rhythm guitar Paul McCartney - bass guitar George Harrison - lead vocal, lead guitar Ringo Starr - drums. Hippy Hippy Shake (1:42).
The Star Club performance has bounced around in some form since the 1970s, initially as a double-album import on the Lingasong Records label. The sound quality was very rough, but the liner notes and photographs were outstanding and the gig featured the lineup with Ringo on drums. The historical significance was immense and I believe it still remains the earliest released live recording of the Fab Four. If I recall, The Beatles were unaware that the gig was being recorded and plans to release the performance once Beatlemania swept through England was nixed because of the poor sound quality.
|A1||The Unknown Soldier|
|A4||God Save The Punk Rock|
|B2||Hello New Punks|
|B3||Let It Rock|
|B4||Goodbye Japanese Rockers|
|B5||Love Song Wa Utaenai|
|Saturday Night Live 1978 Flexi|
|C2||Goodbye Japanese Rockers|
|C4||It's All Right Mama (Intro)|
|D3||反徒の Rock 'N' Roll|
|D4||Anoko Ni Hitomebore|
NotesThis release was issued with the Saturday Night Live 1978 flexi in a B&W sleeve included.
|SS-926||The Star Club||The Very Best Of The Star Club (CD, Comp, RE)||SS Recordings||SS-926||Japan||2008|
|CSD-001||The Star Club||The Very Best Of The Star Club (CD, Comp, RE)||Club The Star Records||CSD-001||Japan||1988|
|CSD-001||The Star Club||The Very Best Of The Star Club (CD, Comp, RE)||Club The Star Records||CSD-001||Japan||1997|
|CSR 00B, CSR 00C||The Star Club||The Very Best Of The Star Club (LP, Comp, Pin + Flexi, 8")||Club The Star Records, Club The Star Records||CSR 00B, CSR 00C||Japan||1987|
|CSR 00B, CSR 00C||The Star Club||The Very Best Of The Star Club (LP, Comp, Gre + Flexi, 7")||Club The Star Records, Club The Star Records||CSR 00B, CSR 00C||Japan||1987|