Rare & Highly Collectable Beatles LP, Released In The ’80s As Part Of Fascinating, Comprehensive Collection Of Beatles BBC Sessions. Vinyl & Laminated Cover Still In Top Condition!
Beginning in the 1960s, the best of Britian’s pop and rock bands were invited by the BBC to record in-studio and live performances to be broadcast. The Beatles recorded 88 songs from 1963-1966 for the BBC, and this lovingly compiled series brings together those historic performances.
Condition – Vinyl: EXCELLENT!
Condition – Cover: EXCELLENT!
Beeb Transcription Records: The most important series of Beatles BBC unofficial releases started in October 1986, when the first of 13 LPs with BBC sessions, titled ‘The Beatles At The Beeb’, appeared. The tapes originating this series had long been preserved by a U.K. collector, who in the middle of the ‘80s traded them with some Dutch friends. The material was then given to a group of European producers who started the release of the records on the label “Beeb Transcription Records.” The absolute importance of this series is that it brings us an incredible amount of previously unreleased sessions, often including chats and announcements. Moreover, sound quality is in general very good, often excellent, and the liner notes give useful information.