British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late 1950s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in 1962…
Al Green's first four albums on 2 CDs, the first of three mid-priced sets that will encompass all twelve of his studio albums for Hi Records. Originally issued between 1969 and 1972, these albums Include the hits 'I Can't Get Next To You', 'Tired Of Being Alone', 'Let's Stay Together', 'Look What You Done For Me' and 'I'm Still In Love With You', as well as the classic tracks 'How Can You Mend A Broken Heart', 'Love And Happiness', 'Simply Beautiful' and many more. Authoritatively annotated by Tony Rounce, the forty-track package includes three bonus non-album b-sides, featuring Green's amazing reading of The Beatles 'I Want To Hold Your Hand'.
This box is the 1st of three boxes released by Yellow Dog in 1994, as they cemented their status as one of the most prolific and important Beatleg Labels.
This box contains 4 discs, 2 of which would later be released as single discs; "The Early Years" (re-released as "The Decca Tapes" YD061 in 1995) and "TV Appearances" (re-released as "The Ed Sullivan Shows" YD062 in 1995.) The other 2 discs in this set are unique to this box set.
The sound quality of these discs is truly superb, offering some very important new material to collectors.
All you've got to do is watch and listen to learn how to play 16 of the Fab Four's most sought after compositions on guitar! Not only does video host Rob Taylor capture impeccably accurate guitar-only renditions of each song, but also ensures that every element of each song is included. This enables the viewer to learn all songs in their entirety! This DVD also exclusively features a spectacular and innovative form of presentation that you just simply won't find anywhere else! A split-screen effect that shows up to 3 guitar parts being played simultaneously!
9-disc box set released on the Great Dane label, Italy, 1993. Contains every existing Beatles performance on BBC radio, from March 1962 through their final set in June 1965. Only a relatively small portion of these performances, all recorded exclusively for BBC broadcast (and thus different from the familiar LP studio versions), are otherwise available. Sound quality varies, particularly on the earlier discs, with much of the material derived from personal collections when it could not be located in the BBC archives.