More new Beatles on the HMC / Copy Cat label

The new release on the HMC / Copy Cat Chronicles label is “Reminiscing” – a copy of the Bill Kenwright doc. that was broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on the August Bank Holiday weekend of 2009.
Rather than just give you the broadcast as it was HMC have remixed and produced these tracks with their ‘Ambient Stereo’ feature and also added a couple of additional tracks of their own ( Italicised below. )

DISC 1: 

First Part CD 1: 77:21 min.

01 Introduction 

02 I Wanna Be Your Man 

03 Roll Over Beethoven 

04 Love Me Do 

05 I Saw Her Standing There

06 Happy Birthday Saturday Club 

07 P.S. I Love You 

08 Twist & Shout 

09 Crying Waiting Hoping 

10 Hippy Hippy Shake

11 Carol 

12 Soldier Of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) 

13 Lend Me Your Comb 

14 Clarabella 

15 To Know Her Is To Love Her

16 Honeymoon Song 

17 Please Don’t Ever Change 

18 I’m Sure To Fall 

19 I’ll Get You 

20 This Boy 

21 Introduction/From Us To You 

22 Money 

23 Tie Me Kangaroo Down 

24 I Want To Hold Your Hand 

25 Roll Over Beethoven


DISC 2: 

Second Part CD 2: 79:02 min.

01 Telephone conversation from the U.S.A. 

02 And I Love Her 

03 I Feel Fine 

04 I’m A Loser 

05 Devil In Her Heart 

06 I Got A Woman 

07 Glad All Over 

08 A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues 

09 Ooh! My Soul 

10 Slow Down 

11 So How Come No One Loves Me 

12 I Just Don’t Understand 

13 You Really Got A Hold On Me 

14 Too Much Monkey Business 

15 Nothin Shakin’ (But The Leaves On The Trees) 

16 Lonesome Tears In My Eyes 

17 I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You) 

18 Matchbox 

19 A Taste Of Honey 

20 Memphis, Tennessee 

21 I Got To Find My Baby 

22 Interview 

23 Ticket To Ride 

24 Interview 

25 I’m Down

26 Kenny Everett 

27 Paul On Kenny Everett


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  1. This one arrived today and I must say its one fine listen. These tracks sound fuller and crisper than ever before. A fine remastering job and a nice alternative to the strictly mono sound we are accustomed .I think for those who enjoy these sessions you will not be disappointed with this set.

  2. One might well wonder if an endless stream of marginal upgrades will forever come down the pike here in the last bastion of pressed silver bootleg CDs. And I don’t wish to marginalize the work the remaining bootleg labels put into mastering/pressing the downloaded audio files onto disc. As bittorrent file sharing has far reduced the retail market for boot CDs, the significant newly-discovered unreleased material comes seldom if at all.


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