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Part 1 of The Examiner's interview with Kevin Howlett.

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* Part 2 of The Examiner's interview with Kevin Howlett. [x-posted to the news thread]

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Something i spotted recently and had me puzzled was that Howlett numbers the BBC shows as 53 when other places have it as 52. Turns out it is down to the November 1963 Royal Variety Performance but that was not an exclusive BBC performance, being broadcast on ITV on the same day as BBC radio aired a non-complete Beatles set (omitting She Loves You). So should it be 53 or 52? 

 

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Here is something I am wondering. There is mention here to the lack of reference to On Air. I have just noticed, in my edition, while it is absent from the notes and breakdown at the back of book, it is referenced in the introduction.

On page 8, in his introduction, Howlett writes, "To follow up [Live At The BBC's] critical and commercial success, a companion album On Air - Live At The BBC Volume Two was rush-released... nineteen years later."

I am curious whether this reference appears in all copies of the book, or if it is an indication that via reprints the book is being - and may be further - updated to include the details of Volume Two?

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