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16.11.2019| Yosida | 7 Comments

The Beatles / Bruce Channel - Hey Jude / Keep On (Flexi-disc)




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7 thoughts on “ The Beatles / Bruce Channel - Hey Jude / Keep On (Flexi-disc) ”

  1. Gagar says:
    By Jude Southerland Kessler. In case you missed the really big celebration in Beatlefan magazine (“Beatles, Roaches Launch a Year Journey”), on Sirius radio, and on podcasts such as the “She Said She Said” show on BlogTalk Radio, the Fest for Beatles Fans’ own Bruce Spizer is being lauded and applauded across the nation. It’s his anniversary!
  2. Kagagul says:
    The Beatles' bootleg recordings (also known as "Beatlegs") are recordings of performances by the Beatles that have attained some level of public circulation without being available as a legal release. The term most often refers to audio recordings, but also includes video celvnamurozulumi.infoinfong with vinyl releases in the s, through CD issues in the late s, and continuing with digital.
  3. Gardasida says:
    The Beatles' bootleg recordings are performances by The Beatles that have attained some level of public circulation without being available as a legal release. The term most often refers to audio recordings, but also includes video performances. From the earliest Beatles bootlegs in the late s, the group has been one of the most bootlegged rock artists.
  4. Gardaktilar says:
    Jan 19,  · Another recording of historical interest is a tape of eighteen songs from a Beatles show in mid at the Cavern Club, recorded from the audience. The tape includes several cover versions of songs not available elsewhere by The Beatles, including the Bruce Channel number one "Hey!
  5. Doujar says:
    The Beatles' bootleg recordings (also known as "Beatlegs") are recordings of performances by The Beatles that have attained some level of public circulation without being available as a legal release. The term most often refers to audio recordings, but also includes video celvnamurozulumi.infoinfo the earliest Beatles bootlegs in the late s, the group has been one of the most bootlegged rock artists.
  6. Vugor says:
    Another recording of historical interest is a tape of eighteen songs from a Beatles show in mid at the Cavern Club, recorded from the audience. The tape includes several cover versions of songs not available elsewhere by The Beatles, including the Bruce Channel number one "Hey!
  7. Mazumuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Flexi-disc release of The Beatles Live! on Discogs/5(2).

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