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

First released: 1977, May 4

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Tracks
  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
Original Remote Recording Produced by: Voyle Gilmore
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 4 Capitol SMAS-11638 (US)
Reviews & comments
Bill (2004, July 18)
Of course, the crowd noise does cover the music at times. But, it's what makes this album so incredible! For those of us who never got a chance to see the Beatles live, it offers us a glimpse of what the hysteria was like. The performance is also excellent, so those who said the Beatles were not a good live band...take notice! I highly recommend this jewel of a live album!

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