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Does someone know this disc? Madrid concert
27 July 2018
10.35am
theliverpool65
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Good evening, first of all I appear in this forum, my name is Loudes and am a fanatic of the beatles since she was a youngster.

Wink I was lucky to be present at the concerts of the Beatles of Liverpool, Madrid and Barcelona, always I was inspired love in the two 4

Then already, as the years went by and for personal reasons (marriage, children ...), my interest has been decreasing, since I imagine many fans of this forum.

Occasionally I like to buy some material to increase my great collection, this morning looking in ebay I have met the program of the concert of Madrid accompanied on a single.

This one is the link:

https://www.ebay.es/itm/253778.....1758.m4704

 

I remember perfectly this program the day of the concert, though unfortunately I could not do myself with one of them since they were very limited Confused, but ..... does someone know this disc?

For what I see in the cookie, do not songs belong to our Beatles, but that relation has this disc with them? Someone knows the history.

 

Thank you

27 July 2018
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The single/EP has nothing at all to do with The Beatles, @theliverpool65 (and welcome), and nor does it feature any Beatles recordings or songs.

It would appear to be a Spanish release from around 1967, which features a group called Los Pumas on the first side covering Chuck Berry's Carol (The Beatles only recorded it for the BBC, and it wasn't officially released until 1994) and doing a (Spanish-language?*) version of The Searchers hit When You Walk in the Room; while on the second side, the same group do a (Spanish-language?*) version of The Beach Boys ' Little Honda, while the last track is by Los Pekenikes performing La Gitana (The Gypsy).

The only slight connection is that Los Pekenikes were one of the local support acts at the Madrid concert, and that La Gitana may well have been performed by them at the concert as it was released as a single in Spain in 1965.

I should imagine that is the reason the seller has bundled them together, a concert programme that has some value and a record that doesn't (but does include 1 track by one of their support acts that might interest a Beatles fan out of curiosity).

Hope this helps.

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27 July 2018
11.53am
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Ron Nasty said
The single/EP has nothing at all to do with The Beatles, @theliverpool65 (and welcome), and nor does it feature any Beatles recordings or songs.

It would appear to be a Spanish release from around 1967, which features a group called Los Pumas on the first side covering Chuck Berry's Carol (The Beatles only recorded it for the BBC, and it wasn't officially released until 1994) and doing a (Spanish-language?*) version of The Searchers hit When You Walk in the Room; while on the second side, the same group do a (Spanish-language?*) version of The Beach Boys ' Little Honda, while the last track is by Los Pekenikes performing La Gitana (The Gypsy).

The only slight connection is that Los Pekenikes were one of the local support acts at the Madrid concert, and that La Gitana may well have been performed by them at the concert as it was released as a single in Spain in 1965.

I should imagine that is the reason the seller has bundled them together, a concert programme that has some value and a record that doesn't (but does include 1 track by one of their support acts that might interest a Beatles fan out of curiosity).

Hope this helps.  

thanks  Ron Nasty and congratulations for 8000 postahdn_john_08_gif

1 August 2018
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good evening

I have been looking for Internet information about the program of the concert of madrid and of the disc and the truth that I am remaining very surprised

It does less than one year I manage to him to sell for 3000 euros

https://entertainment.ha.com/i.....64-89324.s

 

And looking in ebay at the prices of sale they return to be really high, 600 Euros 1200 euros 2200 euros......

 

Looking at this I am very interested in spite of bidding strongly for this advertisement of the program and the disc since it is an extremely rare product of seeing and expensivly, that in these moments this one in a very low price:

https://www.ebay.es/itm/253778.....1758.m4704

You know some information it brings over of the program, all the units were stamped or the price of sale the day of the concert .... seeing the prices they have been called what they have sold in Internet me very much the program the attention, desconocia his royal value.

 

Thanks

1 August 2018
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Hi @theliverpool65,

Honestly i'd forget about buying that vinyl. Spanish cognac "Fundador" released a series of EP's through the 60's and 70's, the one in the link you posted is part of that serie of surprise discs (as they called them). As Ron Nasty told you before it has nothing to do with the Beatles so i doubt it has any value at all, even if you were going to sell it in Spain i wouldn't pay more than 2 Euros for it...
I have no info about the concert program. I dunno how come it is that valuable, are all the Beatles concerts programs that valuable?...
Anyway i wouldn't pay that money for that lot.

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