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The Beatles - Artifacts II - CD 1 - Youngblood: 1960-1963

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Big Music
Reference :BIG 4028
Date :1994
Made In :
Quality :ADD
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 73:22

Comments
"Artifacts II" is a continuation of The Beatles rarities collection begun with "Artifacts" in 1993. As with the original box set this set includes the most elusive and rarest tracks currently in the hands of private collectors - many of which have come to light only within the past year.

More than thirty years have passed since The Beatles began writing and recording the music which would change the face of popular music forever. During those thirty plus years miles and miles of magnetic tape recorded and preserved The Beatles at work and at play, at home and in the studio, on the radio and on television, and on numerous stages around the world.

Here, on "Artifacts II", is the best of the rest; And as on "Artifacts" we have arranged the music chronologically and included recording and background data to help in understanding the material. Think of these discs as historical audio documents of the Golden Age of The Beatles.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Hallelujah I Love Her So(Charles)
2:20
Song
Pre-Beatles
Hamburg
1960
HR07
The Beatles
Hamburg 1960.
These four songs were recorded at a Hamburg rehearsal in 1960. Known then as the Quarry Men, the group consisted of Paul, John, George, Pete, and Stu. After some group member changes and name changes, this scruffy quartet would become The Beatles.
2.
Wildcat(Schroeder/Gold)
2:29
Song
Pre-Beatles
Hamburg
1960
HR17
The Beatles
3.
Movin' And Groovin'(Eddy/Hazelwood)
2:13
Song
Pre-Beatles
Hamburg
1960
HR13
The Beatles
Hamburg 1960
These four songs were recorded at a Hamburg rehearsal in 1960. Known then as the Quarry Men, the group consisted of Paul, John, George, Pete, and Stu. After some group member changes and name changes, this scruffy quartet would become The Beatles.
4.
Hello Little Girl(Lennon/McCartney)
1:54
Song
Pre-Beatles
Hamburg
1960
HR29
The Beatles
Hamburg 1960
These four songs were recorded at a Hamburg rehearsal in 1960. Known then as the Quarry Men, the group consisted of Paul, John, George, Pete, and Stu. After some group member changes and name changes, this scruffy quartet would become The Beatles.
5.
Ain't She Sweet(Ager/Yellen)
2:14
Song
Polydor
22/23 Jun 1961
SS.TS.04
The Beatles
The Beatles first album was actually recorded in Hamburg, Germany, with Tony Sheridan. Stu had left to study art and Pete was still the drummer. Eight recordings were made, but only "Ain't She Sweet" and "Cry For A Shadow" were true Beatles recordings. "Cry For A Shadow" is the only Lennon/Harrison composition in existence.
6.
Cry For A Shadow(Lennon/Harrison)
2:23
Song
Polydor
22/23 Jun 1961
The Beatles
The Beatles first album was actually recorded in Hamburg, Germany, with Tony Sheridan. Stu had left to study art and Pete was still the drummer. Eight recordings were made, but only "Ain't She Sweet" and "Cry For A Shadow" were true Beatles recordings. "Cry For A Shadow" is the only Lennon/Harrison composition in existence.
7.
What'd I Say(Charles)
1:34
Song by another artist
Identified
Version validated
Version details available
Cavern Performance
Gene Vincent
1965
Beatles Related
This is not The Beatles but Gene Vincent backed by The Dyaks in 1965.
This is not The Beatles !

Liner notes:
Cavern Club/Summer 1962
This rare recording was made at the Cavern Club in Liverpool during a Gene Vincent show. The story goes that Gene asked The Beatles to join him on stage for a few numbers. This is the only song known to have survived from that evening's program.
8.
Love Of The Loved(Lennon/McCartney)
1:48
Song
Version validated
Decca Audition
1 Jan 1962
SS.DEC.12.01
The Beatles
On New Year's Day 1962 The Beatles recorded 15 songs for Decca Records. "Love of The Loved" was later given to Cilla Black who recorded it in 1963
9.
The Sheik Of Araby(Smith/Snyder/Wheeler)
1:39
Song
Version validated
Decca Audition
1 Jan 1962
SS.DEC.04.01
The Beatles
London 1962
On New Year's Day 1962 The Beatles recorded 15 songs for Decca Records. "Love of the Loved" was later given to Cilla Black who recorded it in 1963. George sings lead on the other two songs which are semi-humorous renditions thanks to John's occasional interjections.
10.
Three Cool Cats(Leiber/Stoller)
2:19
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Decca Audition
1 Jan 1962
SS.DEC.10.01
The Beatles
London 1962
On New Year's Day 1962 The Beatles recorded 15 songs for Decca Records. "Love of the Loved" was later given to Cilla Black who recorded it in 1963. George sings lead on the other two songs which are semi-humorous renditions thanks to John's occasional interjections.
11.
Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream?)(Walker)
2:01
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Teenagers' Turn - Here We Go
7 Mar 1962
BBC.01.02
The Beatles
Announcer: Ray Peters
Producer: Peter Pilbeam
Recorded: 7 March 1962, 8:00 - 8:45 p.m.
Transmitted: 8 March 1962, 5:00 - 5:29 p.m.
Taped live with a studio audience
Pete Best on drums
BBC "Teenager's Turn"
The first of may [sic] appearances of The Beatles on BBC Radio. These two tracks include Pete Best on drums. The "BEEB" appearances give the best indication of what the Beatles sounded like when playing live.
Broadcast on Mar 8th, 1962
12.
Please Mr. Postman(Holland/Bateman/Gorman/Dobbins/Garrett)
2:22
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Teenagers' Turn - Here We Go
7 Mar 1962
BBC.01.03
The Beatles
Announcer: Ray Peters
Producer: Peter Pilbeam
Recorded: 7 March 1962, 8:00 - 8:45 p.m.
Transmitted: 8 March 1962, 5:00 - 5:29 p.m.

Pete Best on drums
BBC "Teenager's Turn"
The first of may [sic] appearances of The Beatles on BBC Radio. These two tracks include Pete Best on drums. The "BEEB" appearances give the best indication of what the Beatles sounded like when playing live.
Broadcast on Mar 8th, 1962
13.
Besame Mucho(Velazquez/Skylar)
2:37
Song
First EMI Session
6 Jun 1962
SS.ETC01
The Beatles
The Beatles first recording (a test session) at EMI and the only one at EMI with Pete Best drumming. "Ask Me Why", "Love Me Do", and "P.S. I Love You" were also recorded on this date.
14.
Interview(The Beatles Section)
7:21
Interview
Version validated
Lyrics available
The Beatles
Birkenhead - Monty Lister (First Radio Interview)
27 Oct 1962
The Beatles
The first of what would be thousands of interviews given by The Beatles was recorded for a Cheshire hospital radio station by members of a boy's club.
15.
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
2:45
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Concert
Hamburg, Star Club
25 Dec 1962
C.621225.02
The Beatles
Star Club, Hamburg
Ted "Kingsize" Taylor taped The Beatles performing at Hamburgs infamous Star Club. On this night The Beatles played 30 songs to a very enthusiastic crowd.
16.
Lend Me Your Comb(Twomey/Wise/Weisman)
1:53
Song
Hamburg Performance
31 Dec 1962
C621231.05
The Beatles
Star Club, Hamburg/Dec. 31, 1962
Ted "Kingsize" Taylor taped The Beatles performing at Hamburgs infamous Star Club. On this night The Beatles played 30 songs to a very enthusiastic crowd.
17.
Love Me Do(Lennon/McCartney)
1:24
Song
Acoustic Demo
Jan 1963
The Beatles
Home Tape
A rare acoustic version of "Love Me Do". This version is said to have come from Alf Bicknell's legendary "Garage Tapes".
18.
There's A Place(Lennon/McCartney)
2:05
Song
Take 1
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.13.01
The Beatles
19.
A Taste Of Honey(Marlow/Scott)
2:15
Song
Take 7
RM?
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.12.07.RM?
The Beatles
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 6
Breakdown
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.06
The Beatles
This take breaks down after several vocal errors. Paul complains it's too fast.
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 7
False Start
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.07
The Beatles
10:00 AM-1:00 PM session
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 8
False Start
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.08
The Beatles
10:00 AM-1:00 PM session
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Version details available
Take 9
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.09
The Beatles
The count-in of this version was used for the released version.
21.
Do You Want To Know A Secret(Lennon/McCartney)
2:05
Song
Take 8
Track 2
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.11.08
The Beatles
Ten hours. Ten songs. One hit album. 585 minutes of history. Never again would one day see such a time.
 
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Take 1
5 Mar 1963
SS.ETC03.01
The Beatles
This version of "One After 909" was never released on any official Beatles album
 
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Take 2
5 Mar 1963
SS.ETC03.02
The Beatles
This version of "One After 909" was never released on any official Beatles album
23.
Thank You Girl(Lennon/McCartney)
2:10
Song
Version validated
Take 01
5 Mar 1963
SS.PM1.03.01
The Beatles
"Thank You Girl" was originally released as the B-side of "From Me To You". These songs are unreleased studio outtakes.
24.
The Hippy Hippy Shake(Romero)
1:47
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Saturday Club
16 Mar 1963
BBC.10.06
The Beatles
Presenter: Brian Matthew
Producers: Jimmy Grant & Bernie Andrews
Broadcast live on 16 March 1963 (10:00 am-12:00 pm)
BBC "Saturday Club"
"The Hippy Hippy Shake" is from a rare live BBC broadcast
25.
Youngblood(Leiber/Stoller/Pomus)
2:07
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Pop Go The Beatles #02
1 Jun 1963
BBC.19.03
The Beatles
Presenter: Lee Peters
Producer: Terry Henebery
Broadcast on 11 June 1963
BBC "Pop Go The Beatles"
"Youngblood" was originally released by The Coasters in 1957. This is the only available Beatles version.
26.
Soldier Of Love (Lay Down Your Arms)(Cason/Moon)
2:36
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Pop Go The Beatles #05
2 Jul 1963
BBC.26.04
The Beatles
Presenter: Rodney Burke
Producer: Terry Henebery
Broadcast on 16 July 1963
BBC "Pop Go The Beatles"
"Soldiers of Love (Lay Down Your Arms)" features a fantastic lead vocal by John.
27.
From Me To You(Lennon/McCartney)
1:12
Song
Version validated
Version details available
TV
BBC, It's The Beatles!
7 Dec 1963
TV631207.12a
The Beatles
Instrumental reprise
Liverpool
The Beatles performance at Liverpool's Empire Theatre was filmed by the BBC and aired as a 30-minute special titled "It's The Beatles".
28.
The Beatles' Christmas Record(unknown)
4:59
Other type of track
Version validated
Lyrics available
Version details available
Christmas Record
Flexi Disc
17 Oct 1963
The Beatles
Several unnumbered takes were made on 17 Oct 1963. The mixing occured the same day. Details unknown.

released 6 December 1963 - Lyntone LYN 492
This was the first of seven fan club Christmas messages to be recorded by The Beatles. Press officer Tony Barrow wrote most of the script.
 
All I Want For Christmas Is A Bottle(Benton)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Saturday Club Christmas Show
17 Dec 1963
BBC.42.01
The Beatles
Presenter: Brian Matthew
Producers: Jimmy Grant & Bernie Andrews
Broadcast on 21 December 1963
Special Christmas edition of Saturday Club
BBC "Saturday Club"
These songs were part of a special Christmas edition of Saturday Club. "We four kings of Liverpool are..."
 
Crimble Medley(unknown)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Radio
BBC, Saturday Club
17 Dec 1963
BBC.42.08
The Beatles
Presenter: Brian Matthew
Producers: Jimmy Grant & Bernie Andrews
Broadcast on 21 December 1963
Special Christmas edition of Saturday Club

Love me do/Please Please me/From me to you/She loves you/I want to hold your Hand/Rudolf the red nosed Reindeer
BBC "Saturday Club"
These songs were part of a special Christmas edition of Saturday Club. "We four kings of Liverpool are..."
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: Felix, FELIXUS2000@mail.ruOn 09 Dec 2000
Very good publishing , but worse similar disk of first box.
Single minus this quality of sound.
Review by: Todd, tnmeehan@cosmo.comOn 24 May 2001
High rating because I'm a collector of ALL earliest recordings by the Beatles, great rare content, with "Love Of The Loved" being left off Anthology 1, and "What'd I Say" with Gene Vincent in the Cavern, some real rare stuff, plus the EMI outtakes are in killer sound!!
Review by: bobcloustonOn 09 Jun 2002 at 00:11 CEST
Review by: desOn 14 Jun 2002 at 21:56 CEST
Sorry!!
I think of a demo as being for the Beatles own guidance, but I have now read that this was a demo for A.N.Other.
Review by: KekokOn 08 Sep 2008 at 18:12 CEST
Track 9 missing? The Sheik Of Araby


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Filename: art21
Originally filled by: Frédéric Gatet SMAF@MSN.COM
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 03 Jan 2012 16:23:51
Online on : 04 Jan 2004
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Artifacts II
ARTIFACTS II - CD 1 - YOUNGBLOOD: 1960-1963
ARTIFACTS II - CD 2 - TICKET TO RIDE: 1964-1965
ARTIFACTS II - CD 3 - NORTHERN SONGS: 1966-1967
ARTIFACTS II - CD 4 - ALONE TOGETHER: 1968
ARTIFACTS II - CD 5 - THE LONGEST ROAD : 1969


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