|A1||A Taste Of Honey|
|A2||Till There Was You|
|A3||Where Have You Been All My Life|
|A4||Lend Me Your Comb|
|A5||Your Feet's Too Big|
|A6||Talkin' 'Bout You|
|B1||To Know Her Is To :Love Her|
|B2||Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby|
|B5||Ain't Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Tree)|
|B6||Roll Over Beethoven|
These three tapes remained in Taylor's office until Alan Williams discovered them a decade later. The best portions of these recordings were then electronically altered and rearranged to form the "Hamburg" albums released in the late '70s. The album you are now holding was not made from these tapes, but from one of the remaining unissued recordings left in Barber's collection. This is the only complete, unedited performance by the Beatles in Hamburg. No attempt has been made to alter or rearrange this performance. All stage comments have been left intact and uncensored to preserve historical accuracy. Now for the first time you can hear a complete unabridged Beatles concert from 1962.
WARNING: The microphone used by Adrian Barber for these recordings was plastic, costing only a few deutchmarks. The sound quality is what you might expect from such.
FOR COLLECTORS ONLY!