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15 January 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8The Paul ones from Blanco worked for me. Hopefully mmm or one of the other tech-savvy folks can help you out.

15 January 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

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Someone has started up a blog called Blanco Records where you can get concept bootlegs created by the blogger – a cool original idea if you ask me. So far it's got material, from amongst others, Paul, Led Zeppelin and Dylan up – The Beatles are also there but the link is wrong and takes you to a dead end.

Its basically another place to get outttakes, demo's etc but done in a different way.

I downloaded the .zips from Paul, but when I tried to extract the songs, it said it was empty. Any idea why? The same thing happened with the Wilco one.

No idea. The Paul files are definitely there and come as mp3's. Only thing i can suggest is trying again. Sometimes its down to the web browser you're using, IE can be a right pain, so if you're using that i'd suggest going elsewhere (FF, Chrome). 

 

Off-topic: Does anyone here still use IE, it's incredible how bad it is (slow, clunky, temperamental) when you go and use it after a period of time with the others?

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meanmistermustard said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

meanmistermustard said
Someone has started up a blog called Blanco Records where you can get concept bootlegs created by the blogger – a cool original idea if you ask me. So far it's got material, from amongst others, Paul, Led Zeppelin and Dylan up – The Beatles are also there but the link is wrong and takes you to a dead end.

Its basically another place to get outttakes, demo's etc but done in a different way.

I downloaded the .zips from Paul, but when I tried to extract the songs, it said it was empty. Any idea why? The same thing happened with the Wilco one.

No idea. The Paul files are definitely there and come as mp3's. Only thing i can suggest is trying again. Sometimes its down to the web browser you're using, IE can be a right pain, so if you're using that i'd suggest going elsewhere (FF, Chrome). 

 

Off-topic: Does anyone here still use IE, it's incredible how bad it is (slow, clunky, temperamental) when you go and use it after a period of time with the others?

Totally agree about the intolerable slowness of IE. I'm glad FF is in my life.

 

15 January 2014
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Wandered upon this, haven't used it yet so no idea about its downloads but certainly looks interesting.

World of Beatles Bootlegs

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15 January 2014
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I'm definitely not using IE. On Chrome. I might be doing something wrong with Windows, it seems like it's downloading right, it's like it's Windows' fault.

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15 January 2014
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meanmistermustard said
Wandered upon this, haven't used it yet so no idea about its downloads but certainly looks interesting.

World of Beatles Bootlegs

Tried it, the downloads are horrible, they use this site that makes you pay if you want it done in less than an hour. Which sucks because those live Paul albums look fantastic.

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18 January 2014
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Can anyone please link me to a site with working links of most of Dr Ebbetts releases?

They are so hard to find, especially the US releases.

18 January 2014
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beatleman said
Can anyone please link me to a site with working links of most of Dr Ebbetts releases?

They are so hard to find, especially the US releases.

Everything Beatles had a few of Dr Ebbetts work a good while back (i forget when exactly); whether or not they are still there and the links work i don't know.

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18 January 2014
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Yeah, they don't have them anymore.

23 January 2014
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Have found the stereo Please Please Me with seemingly working file here.

There is at least one more, there may be others.

The Beatles – 1964 – 02 – 11 Washington (Unreleased Capitol Master)

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23 January 2014
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Here are a couple of download sites you could check out:

http://mp3panda.com/

http://www.mp3va.com/

 

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24 January 2014
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The Capitol recording of the Washington Coliseum performance is rubbish. It's the film soundtrack. Capitol only recorded the three Hollywood Bowl performances. Brian actually turned early requests from Capitol to record them live. They weren't even given to record Shea Stadium. You can produce a bootleg that looks like a Capitol cover, but that doesn't make the contents a Capitol recording. However, if it's at it's best, the Coliseum gig is a damn good recording taken from a professionally recorded tape. Just not by Capitol.

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24 January 2014
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meanmistermustard said

beatleman said
Can anyone please link me to a site with working links of most of Dr Ebbetts releases?

They are so hard to find, especially the US releases.

Everything Beatles had a few of Dr Ebbetts work a good while back (i forget when exactly); whether or not they are still there and the links work i don't know.

Meanmistermustard, thanks for the link, I was looking for Purple Chick links that still worked and here they are working a-hard-days-night-john-6.
I had originally download them all but I converted them from FLAC to MP3 and today I regret this. a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

By the way, the only other way to get the Dr. Ebbetts releases, is from torrent sites (mainly piratebay or kickass). From those, I got the A/B Road in FLAC, Dr. Ebbetts Blue Box (in FLAC too), The MFSL (MP3), Purple Chick Beatles live albums (MP3) and Ebbetts The Decca Audition (FLAC).

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24 January 2014
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mja6758 said
The Capitol recording of the Washington Coliseum performance is rubbish. It's the film soundtrack. Capitol only recorded the three Hollywood Bowl performances. Brian actually turned early requests from Capitol to record them live. They weren't even given to record Shea Stadium. You can produce a bootleg that looks like a Capitol cover, but that doesn't make the contents a Capitol recording. However, if it's at it's best, the Coliseum gig is a damn good recording taken from a professionally recorded tape. Just not by Capitol.

All Washington '64 bootlegs pre-itunes 2009, where it was made available, in pristine condition and complete, for a limited time as a free film to view as well as a bonus freebie to those who bought the stereo box, have been superceded and are pretty worthless. This includes that Ebbett bootleg – however if someone is looking for Doctor Ebbett downloads its only decent to mention it which is why i did.

Anyway. Octaner's Blog has re-upped Dr E's 'The Beatles In Italy (Italian Mono)'.

 

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5 May 2014
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I recently acquired The Complete BBC Broadcasts from "This is the second Hobnail version of The Beatles BBC recordings, titled Unsurpassed Broadcasts. It is generally regarded as an upgrade to the Purple Chick version…."

Is this true?  There are some speed problems and such that I thought had been ironed out in the pc release – maybe pc couldn't fix all the speed problems?  seems kinda weird.  Also, 3 songs are credited to an album called The Beatles At The Beeb With Pete Best (Drexel 1988), yet the recording date is Jan 1963.

Does anyone know if this version is better than pc's?  I'm attaching a copy of the song/source list for those who are really interested.  Ok, it doesn't like txt attachments.  So there's a picture of the bootleg album cover, front and back :)

Thanks for any clarification on this…

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5 May 2014
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Unsurpassed Broadcasts contains some trickery (very minor) with the recordings, admitted to by Hobnail (the guy who compiled it), however there are many upgrades and new bits of chat that are not on Purple Chicks set. There is no ultimate source for the BBC recordings, all bootleg collections have issues and the Great Dane box set from the nineties is till considered to be the best source for a couple of tracks here and there.

'The Beatles At The Beeb With Pete Best (Drexel 1988)' will be the release date and source album title used for the 3 tracks not when they were recorded.

 

Doug Sulpy recently put out 'The BBC Master Guide', an 84 page pdf (a hard copy was available but sold out very quickly) which is said to help fans/collectors assemble the best sources together (i havent got it). Details in the pic below which is captured from the link contained.

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5 May 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

meanmistermustard said
Wandered upon this, haven't used it yet so no idea about its downloads but certainly looks interesting.

World of Beatles Bootlegs

Tried it, the downloads are horrible, they use this site that makes you pay if you want it done in less than an hour. Which sucks because those live Paul albums look fantastic.

Just saw this. 

 

The waiting thing doesnt bother me, i just download whilst doing other stuff – its free and i know it isnt going to knacker my computer.

The worst are the ones with a download limit so you have to wait anything from 40 minutes to 24 hours before you can get the next instalment or another file, its incredibly frustrating when the download fails and you have to start all over again a day later. 

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hello, guys 

This Is A Bootleg Who @ledzepfilm  talk me, it´s kum back of mcp (The bit of dialogue before rooftop no here, but the playback of 24 of january yesa-hard-days-night-john-6a-hard-days-night-john-6a-hard-days-night-john-6)

 

Silent Clip

All Things Must Pass

Tennesee

The House Of Rising House (John Fuck It)

Commonwhealt

Peter Sellers Visits 

All Things Must Pass (Agh, 8 minutes With Yoko)

8 of january ending (Silent)

A Quick One (Joooooooooooohn, Jooooooooooooohn)

Silent Clip

Yoko Jam

Improvisation

Silent Clip (The Playback Of 24 Of January!)

Get Back (Ad-Lib)

Let It Be

Playback (Let It Be)

Let It Be 

For You Blue Playback (John Sleepinga-hard-days-night-george-9)

Let It Be

Two Of Us (Rehearsals)

Bye Bye Love/Two Of Us

Let It A, Let It B, Let It C, Let It D

Blues Jam (Yoko, What You´re Doing?)

Let It Be (Rare Clip!)

Heather 

Dig It/Shake Rattle And Roll/Miss Ann (Playback,John Fuck It Again)

I Want You (Jam With Billy)

I´ve Got A Feeling (Jam)

Dig It

All Thing´s Must Pass 

Paul Talk (Newspapers)

The Long And Windig Road/Little Demo

Break To Lunch (A Piano Piece Is Heard)

I did A Pigmy by Charles Hawtrhey And The deafaids

Thats Can You Dig It By Georgie Wood

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16 May 2014
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Guitars101 has many working links for bootlegs but you have to spend time rummaging thru it (do a google search for "guitars101" + the artist you are looking for).

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DrBeatle said

mja6758 said
Do you know if A/B Road works on the site (great find by the way), as there are lots of comments about getting stuck at 22 and being unable to move past because there are problems with it? If I were recommending a good start point, I'd probably recommend Artifacts I, II & III. A very good set.

I have the complete A/B Road, can share if anyone needs/wants it.

 

I Want It,Please. I´m Wishing To Hear:

Don´t Let Me Down (Film Version)

One After 909 (Also Film Version)

And More

This Disc Contain The Entire Gb Sessions 

I did A Pigmy by Charles Hawtrhey And The deafaids

Thats Can You Dig It By Georgie Wood

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