The Star Club - The Star Club Box 1977-1984 album flac
|Live! Go To Hell 7"|
|A2||I Love You Japan|
|B1||Sympathy For Teddy Boy|
|B2||Fell In Love|
|1979 Bootleg Cassette|
|C3||Goodbye Japanese Rockers|
|D3||Street Junkie Blues|
|Toll Gate Ahead 10"|
|E1||Love Song Wa Utenai|
|E3||Goodbye Japanese Rockers|
|F1||Yogoreta Oshavery Datsuko Chan|
|F2||Let It Rock|
|Club Take One 7"|
|G5||Ring Side Boy|
|H||Hello New Punks|
|Shut Up! 7"|
|J3||I Love You, Japan|
|K1||God Save The Punk Rock|
|K2||Kill The Sun|
|Ha 7" Flexi-disc|
Sue,hope you like it. Intro and I Saw Her Standing There. By Bellaphone Records BLS- (2LPs) 33rpm.
Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 is a double album featuring live performances by the English rock band the Beatles, recorded in late December 1962 at the Star-Club during their final Hamburg residency. The album was released in 1977 in two different versions, comprising a total of 30 songs by the Beatles. The performances were recorded on a home tape machine using a single microphone, resulting in a low fidelity recording.
The Star Club (ザ・スター・クラブ) is an influential Japanese punk rock band that was formed in Nagoya in 1977 and has been based in Tokyo since 1987. The band has had a long career with numerous lineup changes, all centered on vocalist Hikage. The Star Club was the first punk band in Nagoya, when they formed in April 1977. Their first release was a live 7-inch vinyl record in 1978 which was "heavily English influenced punk with a rock and roll edge".
The Star Club is an influential Japanese punk rock band that was formed in Nagoya in 1977 and has been based in Tokyo since. The group released their first full-length album in 1983, the live
This set contains 24 Star Club Hamburg tracks. The 2 Vinyl albums come in plain white paper Inner sleeves and are housed in a gatefold sleeve displaying track listing and interesting background information notes. The word 'BEATLES' is embossed on the front of the sleeve. Further Star Club Issues and Re-releases (Contd. Album design is by Chico Alverez, with Art direction by Ron Warwell. Live at the Star-club Vo.
Saturday, November 17, 2018. The Violents - AT The Star Club Hamburg. Violents was a mainly instrumental guitar pop group formed in Stockholm, 1959. Their first record was an instrumental version of a traditional song, "Alpens Ros", that gave them a hit in 1961 on the Swedish charts. The last lp album with Violents behind Jerry Williams was Action (1966). Among the group's highlights in their international career was to play at the Star Club in Hamburg 1962 with The Beatles and Little Richard. The Beatles were just second band to Violents at that time and it is rumoured that George Harrison was test playing for a membership in Violents because he was tired of The Beatles, but that the Violents didn't want him.
Members owning this album4. 1. I Saw Her Standing There. 2. Roll Over Beethoven. 3. Hippy Hippy Shake. 4. Sweet Little Sixteen. 5. Lend Me Your Comb.
1962 Live at the Star Club in Hamburg. Lo-fi, atmospheric live recording of the pre-Ringo Beatles hurtling through their trademark Hamburg Star Club set list. Lacking in musical polish, but shot through with energy and youthful enthusiasm.
The Star Club performance has bounced around in some form since the 1970s, initially as a double-album import on the Lingasong Records label. The sound quality was very rough, but the liner notes and photographs were outstanding and the gig featured the lineup with Ringo on drums. The historical significance was immense and I believe it still remains the earliest released live recording of the Fab Four. He sold the recording to Lingasong. The record company ended up in litigation over ownership issues of the tape and I last saw the performance split into two separate albums on another record label.