The Beatles - Live in Japan 1966 album
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The Beatles' records in Japan were released on the Odeon label, owned by Toshiba. The LPs, singles and EPs were initially released on both red and black vinyl, with the red variants reportedly offering particularly good sound quality. They are particularly sought-after by audiophiles, and are considerably rarer than the black vinyl versions – red vinyl signifies first pressings of a release
1962–1966 (also known as "The Red Album") is a compilation album by the English rock band the Beatles, spanning the years indicated in the title. Released with its counterpart 1967–1970 ("The Blue Album") in 1973, it reached No. 3 in the United Kingdom and No. 1 in the United States Cash Box album chart. However, in Billboard, 1962–1966 peaked at No. 3, while 1967–1970 reached the top spot. The album was re-released in September 1993 on compact disc, charting at No. 3 in the UK.
The Beatles - Live In Japan 1966. Contact Records ?– COLP 16. Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release. 24bit-48Khz Recording. Converted to 16bit-44Khz. Tracklist A1 Rock And Roll Music 2:25 A2 She's A Woman 2:49 A3 If I Needed Someone 2:38 A4 Day Tripper 3:33 A5 Baby's In Black 2:38 A6 I Feel Fine 2:19. B1 Yesterday 2:38 B2 I Wanna Be Your Man 2:33 B3 Nowhere Man 2:36 B4 Paperback Writer 2:25 B5 I'm Down 2:31. Lineage: TECHNICS Turntable SL-BD3--MAGIX AUDIO. Artwork Vinyl & CD-Version incl.
The Beatles staged their fourth concert tour of America in August 1966, and it was the last commercial tour they undertook. Lasting a total of 19 performances, with 17 shows in American venues and two in Canada, it was plagued with backlash regarding the controversy of John Lennon's remark about the Beatles being "more popular than Jesus", death threats, and the band's own dissatisfaction with the noise levels and their ability to perform live
What we found was the complete video of The Beatles' July 1966 concert at Budokan arena in Tokyo, Japan. The footage, embedded above, includes the following 11 songs: 1. Rock And Roll Music 2. She's A Woman 3. If I Needed Someone 4. Day Tripper 5. Baby's In Black 6. I Feel Fine 7. Yesterday 8. I Wanna Be Your Man 9. Nowhere Man 10. Paperback Writer 11. I'm Down. As an added bonus, we're also throwing in this behind-the scenes 1966 footage of The Beatles in Japan in which you learn, among other things, how often the lads wash their hair in an average week.
Bubokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 30th June 1966. Micromega Milty Mission Mitchell & Johnson Mobile Fidelity Monitor Audio Moon Morch Moth MrSpeakers MS HD Power Music Box Design Music First Musical Fidelity Musical Surroundings Musicworks My Sonic Labs Nad Nagaoka Naim Audio Nasotec Near Mint Neat Acoustics Nessie Nitty Gritty Nordost Nottingham Analogue NovaFidelity NuForce Opera Oppo Oracle Orb Origin Live Ortofon Oyaide Paradigm Parasound Pathos Peerless-AV Phonosophie Pioneer PrimaLuna Primare.
|June 30, 1966|
|3||Rock And Roll Music|
|4||She's A Woman|
|5||If I Needed Someone|
|7||Baby's In Black|
|8||I Feel Fine|
|10||I Wanna Be Your Man|
|14||Press Conference Part 1|
|July 1, 1966|
|16||Rock And Roll Music|
|17||She's A Woman|
|18||If I Needed Someone|
|20||Baby's In Black|
|21||I Feel Fine|
|23||I Wanna Be Your Man|
|27||Press Conference Part 2|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cellar Dweller Records
- Copyright (c) – Cellar Dweller Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: R049-1708-4316
|S-3||The Beatles||In Budokan 1966.6.30/7.1 (2xLP, Pic, Unofficial)||Black Disk Inc.||S-3||Japan||1982|
|SS 071, SS 072||The Beatles||Tokyo Tapes (2xCD, Unofficial)||Silent Sea, Silent Sea||SS 071, SS 072||Unknown|
|DTS-9180||The Beatles||In Japan (DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||Beat DVD||DTS-9180||Europe||2003|
|MC-097A/B/C||The Beatles||Live At Budokan (CD, Unofficial)||Moonchild Records||MC-097A/B/C||Japan||2018|
|HRCD 52024||The Beatles||Live In Japan (CD, Unofficial)||Starlife||HRCD 52024||Europe||Unknown|