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The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl
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The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl

First released: 1977, May 6

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  1. Twist and Shout (1:20)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar, background vocal
    George Harrison - lead guitar, background vocal
    Ringo Starr - drums
  2. She's a Woman (2:45)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  3. Dizzy Miss Lizzy (3:00)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  4. Ticket to Ride (2:18)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar, harmony vocal
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  5. Can't Buy Me Love (2:08)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  6. Things We Said Today (2:07)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar, harmony vocal
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  7. Roll Over Beethoven (2:10)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead vocal, lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  8. Boys (1:57)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - lead vocal, drums
  9. A Hard Day's Night (2:30)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  10. Help! (2:16)
    Recorded Live: August 30, 1965 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - bass guitar, background vocal
    George Harrison - lead guitar, background vocal
    Ringo Starr - drums
  11. All My Loving (1:55)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar, harmony vocal
    Ringo Starr - drums
  12. She Loves You (2:10)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - lead vocal, rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
  13. Long Tall Sally (1:54)
    Recorded Live: August 23, 1964 at The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
    John Lennon - rhythm guitar
    Paul McCartney - lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison - lead guitar
    Ringo Starr - drums
Credits
Engineered by: Hugh Davies (1964) and Pete Abbott (1965)
Final Mixdown & Sequencing Produced by: George Martin
Remix Engineer: Geoff Emerick
Cover by: Roy Kohara
Releases
1977, May 6 Parlophone EMTV 4 (UK)
Reviews & comments
David Harrison Levi (2011, October 24)
As reported by ABC NBC CBS News KEarth Radio The Daily Star & television news & blogs throughout the world, we are working diligently to produce one of the South-lands largest, memorable & most historic concerts tentatively Summer 2012 at The Hollywood Bowl starring Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon, Zak Starr, Dhani Harrison, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Slash, Ozzy Osbourne, Gene Simmons & many others the "PINK CONCERT" for World Peace & Breast Cancer Awareness simulcast on ABC NBC & CBS - we will be conducting meetings to put together an amazing & talented staff of professionals. what can you bring to the table? Interested parties should please inbox me on Facebook or Email: tvcelebrity90210@AOL.com - Peace - David Harrison Levi - Starmaker Executive Producer global walks, red carpet events & concerts for Breast Cancer Awareness
David Harrison Levi (2011, January 27)
for immediate release: rumors reported by the Daily Star UK KEarth101 ABC NBC & CBS News & others regarding my tentative Sir Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr World Peace ?? Breast Cancer Awareness FREE ???PINK CONCERT??? at The Hollywood Bowl tentatively scheduled August 27, 2011 will be addressed at our upcoming worldwide PRESS CONFERENCE scheduled in March in Beverly Hills details to follow David Harrison Levi ??“ STARMAKER??
fel (2008, March 23)
This is a good album but they didn't record the all song who was play at the hollywood bowl there was Introduction - August 23, 1964 Twist and Shout You Can't Do That All My Loving She Loves You Things We Said Today Roll Over Beethoven Can't Buy Me Love If I Fell I Wanna Hold Your Hand Boys A Hard Day's Night Long Tall Sally Introduction - August 30, 1965 Twist and Shout She's a Woman I Feel Fine Dizzy Miss Lizzy Ticket to Ride Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby Can't Buy Me Love Baby's in Black I Wanna Be Your Man A Hard Day's Night Help I'm Down that was the all song sing at the hollywood bowl.
john cocks (2006, September 28)
I this bought album when it came out [i was 15 years old] it gave me a glimpse into the past of when THE BEATLES ruled the world ,its not a album to listen to in the car its an album to be priveliged to listen to a band who changed the face of pop music, a sound bite into history of john, paul ,george and ringo taken on america.
stealurface (2003, April 5)
ok here it is...lets start with the musical portion...the performance is very good...i dont think it can be discredited....however...i like to call this album the migrane maker....the crowd is so out of control throughout the entire show...so this made it very hard to listen to....there are e few songs where you only here screaming very quietly....but for the most part is just awful on the ears...good try guys...but your crowd paid for tickets so they could scream for 2 hours strait....

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