Live at the BBC is a 1994 compilation album featuring performances by the Beatles that were originally broadcast on various BBC Light Programme radio shows from 1963 to 1965.
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The strength of the BBC was that it was able to manage change and their welcome to the Beatles was magnanimous and the Beatles’ willingness to put a girdle round the earth to get on the air was almost selfless. They worked like dogs – once recording eighteen songs in one day (16 July 1963). At first, knowing the value of radio they were glad and proud to use it. In the end, they did it as a duty but nonetheless, long after grabbing world fame, they continued to talk to Britain with a good spirit for, I presume, scale fees
From 1962 to 1965, the Beatles made 52 appearances on the BBC, recording live-in-the-studio performances of both their official releases and several dozen songs that they never issued on disc. This magnificent two-disc compilation features 56 of these tracks, including 29 covers of early rock, R&B, soul, and pop tunes that never appeared on their official releases, as well as the Lennon-McCartney original "I'll Be on My Way," which they gave in 1963 to Billy J. Kramer rather than record it themselves.
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Now comes The Beatles Live at the BBC, a double CD drawn from the band’s frequent appearances on British radio between 1962 and 1965. The virtues of these performances, which also include nine Beatles originals, are far from technical: Notes, harmonies and lyrics are flubbed, tempos slow down and speed up. But in spirit, energy and sheer rock & roll glee, they’re irresistible. If the Beatles liked a song - from Ray Charles’ I Got a Woman to Phil Spector’s To Know Her Is to Love Her - they were fearless about having a bash at it.
Live at the BBC -en español: ‘En vivo en la BBC’- es un álbum en vivo de The Beatles publicado en 1994. Esta es una recopilación de varias presentaciones realizadas por la banda en la BBC entre los años 1963 y 1965. Muchas de estas presentaciones han salido a la luz gracias al programa de la BBC Radio 1 The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes de 1988. Contiene varias canciones inéditas y versiones que la banda interpretaba en sus primeros días.
In 1994, The Beatles’ Live at the BBC was released to worldwide acclaim - hitting number one in the . and number three in the . and selling more than five million copies within six weeks. A new companion to The Beatles’ first BBC collection, On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2, will now be released on 11 November. Trans: 25 June 1963 Rec: 17 June 1963 Studio Five, BBC Maida Vale, London Producer: Terry Henebery. The Beatles covered four songs from that LP at the BBC. The sleeve note for the album released in the UK in November 1959 described its contents: ‘For the most part, they’re happy songs - light, toe-tapping rhythm numbers that just naturally make you feel a little gayer’.
The Beatles' ninth album has confounded, delighted and divided fans ever since its release in 1968. To some, it's their masterpiece: a vibrant explosion of ideas from a band no longer bound by format, genre or style. To others, it's a mess: a quixotic, fractured collection of songs that fails as often as it soars. The White Album is turbulent, raw, and challenging - partly in reaction to the political upheaval at the end of the 1960s, as the Vietnam War and the assassination of Martin Luther King crushed the idealism of the Summer Of Love. And that is the world; and that is what the Beatles are on about," wrote Derek Jewell of The Sunday Times.