Posted 7 years ago
Today, I found an old Beatles album that does not have a printed label. It only has "Beatles at Japan" handwritten on a blank yellow album case. It also has "Japan 1900-A".handwritten near the center. The record has "Beatles" handwritten in the yellow center. Typed in the middle is " Side One". Flip side has "Side Two". There is a beige dust jacket.
Any guess what this record is???
Also... Capital Record labeled " The Beatles Story", On one side is: "The Beatles will be Beatles", "Man Behind the Music - George Martin; 3. George Harrison.....
I'm not a record collector whatsoever. I don't own a record player so I can't even play them.
Anyone familiar or interested in these records?
Thx for your feedback.
UPDATING.. Today, I listened the record. Yep, it is one long recording of the Beatles in concert. Crowd applause. One of the Beatles was announcing their songs. There's about 11 songs including Rock and Roll Music, She's a Woman, Paperback Writer, Yesterday and some more songs were on it. Both sides are recorded. The sound was wonderful and it was exciting to hear them talk and sing. I was told it is in "very good grade condition" I'm kinda thinking might be their concert at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo but I don't follow Beatles history.