Donnerstag, Oktober 29, 2015

25 Jahre Traveling Wilburys Vol.3 erschienen am 29.Oktober 1990




She's My Baby (2nd Vocal George Harrison)
 Inside Out
 If You Belonged To Me
 The Devil's Been Busy
 7 Deadly Sins
Poor House
 Where Were You Last Night
 Cool Dry Place
 New Blue Moon
 You Took My Breath Away
 Wilbury Twist(2nd Vocal George Harrison)

2007 veröffentlichte man das Album erneut mit 2 Bonus Songs Nobody's Child und Runaway

Montag, Oktober 26, 2015

Die Beatles bekommen den MBE am 26.Oktober 1965

ITV Interview:
Q: "Gentlemen, first of all, many congratulations on your MBE. The whole country seems very delighted indeed, but how do you feel about it, Paul?"

PAUL: "Delighted indeed. You know, I'm glad everyone is delighted. I love it."

Q: But I mean, is it fun for you?"

PAUL: "Yeah, of course. I mean, you know. It'd be fun for you, wouldn't it, if you woke up one morning and they said, 'Muh Buh Ehh.'"

(laughter)

Q: "Ringo, how did you first hear about it?"

RINGO: "Well, we heard about it six weeks ago when we got the forms to fill in. And then we knew that we were gonna get it two days ago, officially."

Q: "How did these forms come? Straight through the post, or in the fan mail, or what?"

RINGO: "Just in brown envelopes. They were delivered by somebody, you know, by hand. I think one of Brian's secretaries..."

GEORGE: (interrupting Ringo) "I'll tell you! They were sent from the prime minister at Downing Street to our manager's office, and they were delivered from there to Twickenham, where we were filming. And then..."

JOHN: "...filming 'Help!' our new film."

GEORGE: "About a day later we just found them, and we thought we were being called up for the army. And then we opened them, and we found out we weren't."

JOHN: (to George) "We already said that line."

GEORGE: "I know, but this is ITV. That was the other one."

JOHN: "Oh... yeah... ahh... I see."

Q: "Why is the MBE awarded, though?"

PAUL: "I don't know."

RINGO: "No idea."

PAUL: "In fact, I know nothing about it.. just that we've got it and it's nice to have. And it doesn't make you more respectable or anything, I don't think. Maybe other people think it does. It doesn't make me any more respectable, I'm STILL a scruff."

(laughter)

Q: "Well, I was wondering about that. Ringo, how do you feel about going to the palace in morning suit and all that?"

RINGO: "I don't mind, you know. It's alright. When I buy one."

Q: "You haven't got one?"

RINGO: "No, not yet. I've got an evening suit, if that will do."

Q: "I don't think it will."

RINGO: "Well, I'll just go in my pajamas then."





British Calandar News Interview:


Q: "Last month, seventy-five teenagers from Pennsylvania petitioned Her Majesty The Queen to have the Beatles knighted. This hasn't happened. But today, I'm pleased to say that they have been made members of the most honorable order of the British Empire. Congratulations, John, George, Ringo and Paul."
ITV Interview:
Q: "Gentlemen, first of all, many congratulations on your MBE. The whole country seems very delighted indeed, but how do you feel about it, Paul?"

PAUL: "Delighted indeed. You know, I'm glad everyone is delighted. I love it."

Q: But I mean, is it fun for you?"

PAUL: "Yeah, of course. I mean, you know. It'd be fun for you, wouldn't it, if you woke up one morning and they said, 'Muh Buh Ehh.'"

(laughter)

Q: "Ringo, how did you first hear about it?"

RINGO: "Well, we heard about it six weeks ago when we got the forms to fill in. And then we knew that we were gonna get it two days ago, officially."

Q: "How did these forms come? Straight through the post, or in the fan mail, or what?"

RINGO: "Just in brown envelopes. They were delivered by somebody, you know, by hand. I think one of Brian's secretaries..."

GEORGE: (interrupting Ringo) "I'll tell you! They were sent from the prime minister at Downing Street to our manager's office, and they were delivered from there to Twickenham, where we were filming. And then..."

JOHN: "...filming 'Help!' our new film."

GEORGE: "About a day later we just found them, and we thought we were being called up for the army. And then we opened them, and we found out we weren't."

JOHN: (to George) "We already said that line."

GEORGE: "I know, but this is ITV. That was the other one."

JOHN: "Oh... yeah... ahh... I see."

Q: "Why is the MBE awarded, though?"

PAUL: "I don't know."

RINGO: "No idea."

PAUL: "In fact, I know nothing about it.. just that we've got it and it's nice to have. And it doesn't make you more respectable or anything, I don't think. Maybe other people think it does. It doesn't make me any more respectable, I'm STILL a scruff."

(laughter)

Q: "Well, I was wondering about that. Ringo, how do you feel about going to the palace in morning suit and all that?"

RINGO: "I don't mind, you know. It's alright. When I buy one."

Q: "You haven't got one?"

RINGO: "No, not yet. I've got an evening suit, if that will do."

Q: "I don't think it will."

RINGO: "Well, I'll just go in my pajamas then."






BEATLES: "Thanks."



JOHN: (loudly) "Thank you!"



Q: "How did you all react to this?"



JOHN: "Well, I went..." (comical reaction of surprise)



(laughter)



Q: "Which means, in sound?"



JOHN: "Whoopee."



Q: "Well done. George?"



GEORGE: "Well, I sort of went, 'Wow! That's great.'"



PAUL: "About the same."



Q: "Ringo."



RINGO: "Yes. I think we all felt pretty well the same."



Q: "Now last year in America your records sold no less than ten million dollars worth. Do you think your export sales have something to do with this?"



PAUL: "Well, you know, somebody said it might have been that, but you never know. It COULD have been that, but it could have been... THAT."



JOHN: "It might have been the tour in Australia."



GEORGE: (giggles)



Q: "Now, do you think you'll go back to the commonwealth again? This was a sensational visit."



PAUL: "Yeah!"



JOHN: "Well, you know, we probably will. It's up to Mr. Epstein, our manager." (smiles comically into the camera)



(Beatles giggle)



Q: "What does this MBE mean to you all. How are you going to deck out to go to the palace? There's certain protocol to be observed. Are you going to dress up in morning dress?"



JOHN: "Yes, well, I think you've got to, haven't you."



GEORGE: "Yeah. We'll have to."



Q: "What about the haircut, Ringo?"



RINGO: "We're not gonna get it all cut off, you know. Someone said we can carry the hats, so that will be easier."



PAUL: "I think Her Majesty will understand, you know."



Q: "She may well do. From obscurity in a cellar in Liverpool four years ago and now to Buckingham Palace. Gentlemen, what do you think everybody on the other side of the Atlantic is going to say to this?"



PAUL: "Whoopee, I hope."



(laughter)



PAUL: "You never know. They might say Boo, or..."



JOHN: "They might say, uhh, 'Hello, cobber.'"



PAUL: (giggles) "Yeah."



RINGO: "'Hello dair, boys."



PAUL: "Or, 'Howdy, Europe. Texas speaking.'"



Q: "Now two of you have gotten married, and you all live in good domestic splendor. Has this affected your writing, Paul and John?"



PAUL: "No."



JOHN: "No, it's easier to write with cushions than on pieces of hard bench..."



(laughter)



JOHN: "Remember, we were on hard benches before we made it, in an unknown cellar in Liverpool. And it's much easier... on a nice cushion."



Q: "What are your plans for tours for this year and next year?"



PAUL: "We're going to Europe."



GEORGE: "Next week."



RINGO: "Next Sunday."



PAUL: "And then we come back, and then we go off to America."



RINGO: "For two and a half weeks."



PAUL: "And we do the telly."



RINGO: "Oh! We do Ed Sullivan. Good old Ed."



PAUL: "Ed Sullivan. Hi, Ed. (pointing into the camera) Look, he's watching-- He's watching in this one. Look! There he is! Alright, Ed."



(giggling)



PAUL: "There's Mrs. Ed!"



RINGO: (looking into the camera) "And MISTER Ed!!"



(Beatles laugh)



Q: "Have you checked whether you'll be able to wear your MBE's on any of these other foreign television programs?"



JOHN: "Well, I suppose once they've given them to us, we can wear 'em."



PAUL: "Look a bit funny, though, going 'round with medals hanging off, wouldn't you?"



JOHN: "Well, we could wear them on stage."



Q: "Anyway, it hasn't changed your life to any great extent?"



JOHN: "No. We're just honored. That's all."



Q: "Well Beatles... and we're all delighted. Congratulations again to the four of you."








ITV Interview:


Q: "Gentlemen, first of all, many congratulations on your MBE. The whole country seems very delighted indeed, but how do you feel about it, Paul?"



PAUL: "Delighted indeed. You know, I'm glad everyone is delighted. I love it."



Q: But I mean, is it fun for you?"



PAUL: "Yeah, of course. I mean, you know. It'd be fun for you, wouldn't it, if you woke up one morning and they said, 'Muh Buh Ehh.'"



(laughter)



Q: "Ringo, how did you first hear about it?"



RINGO: "Well, we heard about it six weeks ago when we got the forms to fill in. And then we knew that we were gonna get it two days ago, officially."



Q: "How did these forms come? Straight through the post, or in the fan mail, or what?"



RINGO: "Just in brown envelopes. They were delivered by somebody, you know, by hand. I think one of Brian's secretaries..."



GEORGE: (interrupting Ringo) "I'll tell you! They were sent from the prime minister at Downing Street to our manager's office, and they were delivered from there to Twickenham, where we were filming. And then..."



JOHN: "...filming 'Help!' our new film."



GEORGE: "About a day later we just found them, and we thought we were being called up for the army. And then we opened them, and we found out we weren't."



JOHN: (to George) "We already said that line."



GEORGE: "I know, but this is ITV. That was the other one."



JOHN: "Oh... yeah... ahh... I see."



Q: "Why is the MBE awarded, though?"



PAUL: "I don't know."



RINGO: "No idea."



PAUL: "In fact, I know nothing about it.. just that we've got it and it's nice to have. And it doesn't make you more respectable or anything, I don't think. Maybe other people think it does. It doesn't make me any more respectable, I'm STILL a scruff."



(laughter)



Q: "Well, I was wondering about that. Ringo, how do you feel about going to the palace in morning suit and all that?"



RINGO: "I don't mind, you know. It's alright. When I buy one."



Q: "You haven't got one?"



RINGO: "No, not yet. I've got an evening suit, if that will do."



Q: "I don't think it will."



RINGO: "Well, I'll just go in my pajamas then."







Photo:Credit:Press

Samstag, Oktober 24, 2015

May Pang zum 65.Geburtstag geboren am 24.Oktober 1950


Von 1973 bis 1975 Assistentin von Yoko Ono begleitete John Lennon auf seinem sogenannten LOST WEEKEND.

May Fung Yee Pang ist die Tochter chinesischer Einwanderer und wuchs in New York auf.
Sie war von 1989 bis 2000 mit dem Produzenten Tony Visconti verheiratet und hat 2 Kinder  Sebastian and Lara.

Sie veröffentlichte 2 Bücher über John Loving John(Gelieber John) und Instamatic Karma,außerdem stellte sie eigene Schmuck Collectionen her..












Photos:Archiv

Shaved Fish erschienen am 24.Oktober 1975



Give Peace A Chance Single
Cold Turkey Single
 Instant Karma! Single
Power To The People Single
Mother 
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
 Imagine 
 Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
 Mind Games 
 #9 Dream
 Happy Xmas (War Is Over)  Single
 Give Peace A Chance (Reprise) 

Eine Zusammenstellung seiner Singles und besten Hits von 1969 bis 1974

Im November 1983 erstmals in der DDR und als Zweitveröffentlichung im  Februar 1984 als LP und MC erschienen.
Mit einem Unterschied jedoch Give Peace A Chance war die Single Fassung .



Donnerstag, Oktober 01, 2015

Tug Of War und Pipes Of Peace im Oktober 2015











New Info thanks WogBlog





Disc 1 (All tracks: Remixed 2015):
Tug Of War
Take It Away
Somebody Who Cares
What's That You're Doing?
Here Today
Ballroom Dancing
The Pound Is Sinking
Wanderlust
Get It
Be What You See (Link)
Dress Me Up As A Robber
Ebony And Ivory





Playing time: 41:10









Disc 2 (All tracks: Original mix. Remastered 2015):


Tug Of War
Take It Away
Somebody Who Cares
What's That You're Doing?
Here Today
Ballroom Dancing
The Pound Is Sinking
Wanderlust
Get It
Be What You See (Link)
Dress Me Up As A Robber
Ebony And Ivory


Disc 3 (All tracks: Remastered 2015):
Stop, You Don't Know Where She Came From (Demo)
Wanderlust (Demo)
Ballroom Dancing(Demo)
Take It Away (Demo)
The Pound Is Sinking (Demo)
Something That Didn't Happen (Demo)
Ebony And Ivory (Demo)
Dress Me Up As a Robber / Robber Riff (Demo)
Ebony And Ivory (Solo Version) (Previously only released on the 12" vinyl single in 1982)
Rainclouds (Previously released as the B-side to "Ebony And Ivory")
I'll Give You A Ring (Previously released as B-side to the "Take It Away" single)





Playing time: 36:00









DVD:


Bonus film
Tug of war (Music video version 1)
Tug of war (Music video version 2)
Take it away (Music video)
Ebony & Ivory (Music video)
Fly TIA – Behind the scenes of Take it away (18 minutes documentary)












Recorded from October 1980 to December 1981 with George Martin producing, the project was interrupted by the death of John Lennon. New recording sessions 3 February to 2 March on Montserrat in George Martin's Air Studio with Stevie Wonder, Carl Perkins, Stanley Clarke and Ringo Starr. Recording sessions then continued at George Martin's Air Studios in London










Formats:
1. Standard. 2 CD (remixed and bonus)
2. Deluxe. 3 CD (remixed, original, bonus) + DVD + 112 pages book and 64 pages scrapbook. Includes Hi-Res download of CD 1 & 3
3. Super deluxe. like 2) + acrylic box and 5 hand numbered photos 8”x10” from Linda McCartney's archives. Limited to 1.000 copies (worldwide).
4. Vinyl. 2 LP remixed and bonus includes high quality mp3 of CD 1 & 3



























Disc 1 (All tracks: Remastered 2015)
Pipes of peace
Say say say
The other me
Keep under cover
So bad
The man
Sweetest little show
Average person
Hey hey
Tug of peace
Through our love





Playing time: 38.58









Disc 2 (Bonus CD)


Average person (Demo)
Keep under cover (Demo)
Sweetest little show (Demo)
It’s not on (Demo)
Simple as that (Demo)
Say say say (New 2015 remix)
Ode to a kola bear (B-side of the "Say say say" single)
Twice in a lifetime (Bonus from the 1993 CD, a title song from a movie)
Christian bop





Playing time: 32:00









DVD:


Bonus film (26 minutes)
Pipes of peace (Music video)
So bad (Music video)
Say say say (Music video)
Hey hey in Montserrat (Home video 3 minutes)
Behind the scenes at AIR (6 minutes)
The Man (Home video 4 minutes)












The recording sessions started during the previous album, "Tug of War" and continued in September-October 1982 and February-July 1983.













Formats:




1.Standard 2 CD (remaster and bonus)




2. Deluxe. 2 CD (remaster, bonus) + DVD + 112 pages book and 64 pages book about the Pipes of peace music video. Includes Hi-Res download of cd 1 & 3





3. Vinyl. 2 LP remaster and bonus, includes high quality mp3 of the CDs



































































Super Deluxe Unterschied









Andere Box und 4 Fotos extra


Aktuelle Preise Pipes Of Peace Deluxe ca 65 Euro

Tug Of War Deluxe ca.65 Euro und Super Deluxe ca.150 Euro