• BITCHES BREW # 122 16.7.2022 20-22u
  1. MILES DAVIS – Dear Old Stockholm (rec. 1952 – Young Man With A Horn 10”-lp)
  2. THELONIOUS MONK – Suburban Eyes (rec. 1947 – Blue Note 78 rpm)
  3. FRIAR’S SOCIETY ORCHESTRA aka. NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM KINGS – Farewell Blues (rec. 1922 – Gennett 78 rpm)
  4. LESTER YOUNG – Indiana (rec. 1944 – Savoy 78 rpm)
  5. CHARLIE PARKER – Now’s the Time (rec. 1945 – Savoy 78 rpm)
  6. FREDDIE KING – Have You Ever Loved a Woman (rec. 1961 – Freddie King Sings)
  7. JOHN LEE HOOKER – Boogie Chillun (rec. 1948 – Modern 78 rpm)
  8. RAY CHARLES – I Got a Woman (rec. 1954 – Ray Charles)
  9. ORNETTE COLEMAN DOUBLE QUARTET – (Free Jazz) First Take (rec. 1961; rel. 1971 – Twins)
  10. JOY DIVISION – Failures (rec. 1977 – An Ideal For Living-EP)
  11. THE BEATLES IN THEIR OWN WORDS – Super Deluxe Edition – Episode 2: Beatlemania to Meeting Bob Dylan 1963 – 1964

FOUR GUYS – The Beatles In Their Own Words: Part 1 – Liverpool To ‘With The Beatles’ 1957 – 1963

  1. Intro: A Beginning (unused intro, Abbey Road Studios, 22.7.1968 – Anthology 3) + John: ‘… we were just Four Guys, … that’s all…’ (Rolling Stone-interview NYC, 8.12.1970 – Anthology 1)
  2. John about meeting Paul
  3. Paul about meeting John
  4. John to Paul: ‘… wanna join the group ? …’
  5. Paul about George: ‘… Raunchy …’
  6. John: ‘… first recording …’
  7. In Spite of All the Danger (The Beatles’ earliest recording, Liverpool 1958 – Anthology 1)
  8. Ringo and John on the name ‘Beat-les’
  9. Cayenne (rehearsal Liverpool 1960 – Anthology 1)
  10. Paul on Hamburg
  11. George: ‘Quite a buzz … mach Schau …’
  12. ‘Red Hot’ (audience recording, live at the Star Club, Hamburg probably 12.1962)
  13. John: ‘… fantastic …’
  14. George on their German Exi-friends
  15. Paul on the haircut 
  16. George on recording with Bert Kaempfert
  17. Cry for a Shadow (Hamburg 22.6.1961 – Anthology 1)
  18. John on Brian Epstein, their manager
  19. Neil Aspinall, their personal assistant, on Epstein
  20. Epstein’s first impressions of The Beatles in 1961
  21. Aspinall on the Decca audition session
  22. Searchin’ (for Decca, London 1.1.1962 – Anthology 1)
  23. George on Dick Rowe, the Decca producer who turned them down
  24. George on George Martin, the EMI producer who signed them
  25. Love Me Do (audition for EMI-Parlophone, with Pete Best on drums, Abbey Road, 6.6.1962 – Anthology 1)
  26. George Martin: ‘… their charisma …’
  27. John on Ringo
  28. Ringo on Rory & The Hurricanes
  29. Paul on The Cavern Club in Liverpool
  30. ‘Some Other Guy’ (first TV-recording live at the Cavern, 22.8.1962)
  31. Julia Dykins, John’s half-sister: ‘… different planet …’
  32. George Martin: ‘… your first Number One …’
  33. Please, Please Me (early version with probably Andy White on drums, 11.9.1962)
  34. George Martin on recording their first album ‘Please, Please Me’ in one day
  35. George: ‘… what we do in the clubs …’
  36. Ask Me Why (B-side of 2nd single – master take: 6, 26.11.1962 – Please, Please Me)
  37. Do You Want to Know a Secret (master take: 8, 11.2.1963 – Please, Please Me)
  38. Paul on ‘what is a good song ?’
  39. I Saw Her Standing There (master take 9 & 12 – 11.2.1963 – Please, Please Me)
  40. John: ‘… I probably would have been in prison …’
  41. Chains (master take: 1 – 11.2.1963 – Please, Please Me)
  42. I’ll Get You (non-album B-side of ‘She Loves You’, their 4th single – master take: ? – 11.2.1963)
  43. John: ‘… Rock ’n Roll was real …’
  44. That’s Allright, Mama (BBC recording, Maida Vale Studios, London – 2.7.1963 – Live At The BBC)
  45. So How Come (BBC recording, Aeolian Hall Studios, London – 10.7.1963 – Live At The BBC)
  46. John: ‘… stamp out Rock ’n Roll …’
  47. Memphis Tennessee (BBC recording, Aeolian Hall Studios, London – 10.7.1963- Live At The BBC )
  48. I Got a Woman (BBC recording, Paris Theatre, London – 16.7.1963 – Live At The BBC)
  49. Paul on Buddy Holly
  50. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (BBC recording, Paris Theatre, London – 16.7.1963 – Live At The BBC)
  51. John on putting together albums
  52. George Martin on their second album ‘With The Beatles’: ‘… their first songbook …’
  53. You Really Got a Hold on Me (master take: 7, 10 & 11 – 18.7.1963 – With The Beatles)
  54. John and Paul on songwriting, while both playing piano
  55. Money (master take: 6 & 7 – 18.7.1963 – With The Beatles)
  56. Devil in Her Heart (master take: 6 – 18.7.1963 – With The Beatles)
  57. Paul on his influences
  58. It Won’t Be Long (master take: 17 & 21 – 30.7.1963 – With The Beatles)

FOUR GUYS – The Beatles In Their Own Words – Part 2 – Beatlemania to Meeting Bob Dylan 1963 – 1964

  1. All I’ve Got to Do (master take: 15 – 11.9.1963 – With The Beatles)
  2. George: ‘… we were very, very close …’
  3. This Boy (non-album B-side of 5th single ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ – master take: 15 – 17.10.1963)
  4. Paul and Ringo on touring in winter
  5. Beatlemania as a social phenomenon (different UK and US media reports 1963-64)
  6. Ringo and George on changes and fame
  7. Ringo and John on going to and living in London
  8. George speaks Dutch: ‘… kever …’ (Zaal Treslong, Hillegom, Holland – 5.6.1964)
  9. From Me to You (live at Karlaplanstudion, Stockholm, Sweden – 24.10.1963 – Anthology 1)
  10. John on being working-class kids
  11. She Loves You (live at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, London – 4.11.1963 – Anthology 1)
  12. John: ‘…Rattle your jewellery …’(live 11.1963)
  13. Twist and Shout (live at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, London – 4.11.1963 – Anthology 1)
  14. Paul on going to America
  15. I Want to Hold Your Hand (live at the ATV Studios, Borehamwood – 2.12.1963 – Anthology 1)
  16. Brian Matthews asks about ‘tired of being Beatles’
  17. Can’t Buy Me Love (take 4, Studio Pathé Marconi, Paris – 29.1.1964 – Anthology 1)
  18. Paul and George on being Number 1 in the US-charts
  19. Epstein and Ringo about arriving in NYC
  20. John and George talk to Brian Matthews: ‘… all out of their minds …’
  21. All My Loving (live on the Ed Sullivan Show, CBS Studios, NYC – 9.2.1964 – Anthology 1)
  22. Paul and George on the Ed Sullivan Show performance
  23. George on ‘Ringoisms’
  24. John, George, Ringo and George Martin on their first movie, ‘A Hard Days Night’
  25. ‘Brilliant … the Marx Brothers meet Rock ’n Roll’
  26. You Can’t Do That (master take: 9 – 25.2.1964 – A Hard Day’s Night)
  27. Paul and John on changing their music (Zaal Treslong, Hillegom, Holland – 5.6.1964)
  28. Tell Me Why (master take: 8 – 27.2.1964 – A Hard Day’s Night)
  29. Paul on how he experienced being in the Beatles, then and now
  30. If I Fell (master take: 15 – 27.2.1964 – A Hard Day’s Night)
  31. George Martin on recording their 3rd album ‘A Hard day’s Night’
  32. A Hard Day’s Night (take 1 – 16.4.1964 – Anthology 1)
  33. Paul on writing songs with John
  34. I’ll Be Back (master take: 16 – 16.4.1964- A Hard Day’s Night )
  35. Ringo on hearing their record on the radio
  36. Things We Said Today (master take: 3 – 2.6.1964- A Hard Day’s Night )
  37. Paul on why he likes to be in the Beatles
  38. When I Get Home (master take: 11 – 2.6.1964 – A Hard Day’s Night)
  39. Paul on ambitions
  40. Any Time At All (master take: 11 – 2.6.1964 – A Hard Day’s Night)
  41. Paul, John and George Martin on how they write songs together
  42. Ringo, George Martin and George on touring around the world
  43. Brian Matthews and John on the Beatles in Australia
  44. Baby’s In Black (master take: 14 – 11.8.1964 – Beatles For Sale)
  45. I’m a Loser (master take: 8 – 14.8.1964 – Beatles For Sale)
  46. Brian Matthews on their first US-tour
  47. George Martin on the failed recording of a live album
  48. Ringo, George and Paul on their first marihuana experience with Bob Dylan
  49. Every Little Thing (master take: 9 – 30.9.1964- Beatles For Sale)