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Watching Rainbows - The Beatles - Indian Rope Trick (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Watching Rainbows - The Beatles - Indian Rope Trick (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Bram
    May 29,  · The Beatles Black Album recorded in from the Let it Be outtake sessions. This is a three LP set with the Beatles doing a version of "I Threw .
  2. Nejar
    Indian Rope Trick - The famous ode to the Maharishi. Happy Birthday Mike Love - From the same session and above, in India. Not Guilty - A "White Album" out-take written by George H. Hey Bulldog - An out-take backing track John L. Savoy Truffel - Another backing track from the same session as above. /5(3).
  3. Migul
    Ruthless Rhymes LPs on colored Vinyl are said to be done with K. Glemser. [l] Label. Edit Label The Beatles: Indian Rope Trick ‎ (LP, Unofficial) Ruthless Rhymes, Ltd. Beat 1: Unknown: Sell This Version: BGB The Beatles: Watching Rainbows ‎ (LP, Unofficial) Audifön Records, Ruthless Rhymes, Ltd. L Germany: Sell.
  4. Vozshura
    Bootleg vinyl of “Watching Rainbows” without the incessant RTL voice over had surfaced by May of Of course, the RTL broadcast also had been pirated. A poor quality copy appears on Indian Rope Trick the mids collection of mostly bogus Beatleg material.
  5. Faunris
    Jan 14,  · A second pressing of this LP in July used an upgraded but slightly shorter tape of “Watching Rainbows/Madman/Mean Mr. Mustard”. “ Research comments: “I wanted to add too, that the recordings heard on “Rainbows” (1st pressing) and “Indian Rope Trick” are different sources (i.e. different original tapes).
  6. Akizuru
    Beatles - Indian Rope Trick rare live LP NM. 4 Indian Rope Trick. 1 Fool On The Hill. cover is NM. 5 All Things Must Pass. This is a pressing on Slipped Disc records from (), but Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Akizshura
    So anxious was somebody to release all the new material that they threw together an album called Indian Rope Trick. Aptly named, for like that famed fakir’s stunt, it was not all what it seemed. (Note: some of this album may have originated on a very obscure fan-club LP, Apple Slices, which may have also debuted the 17 Jul 64 BBC session tape.
  8. Musida
    Jan 26,  · A second pressing of this LP in July used an upgraded but slightly shorter tape of “Watching Rainbows/Madman/Mean Mr. Mustard”. “ Research comments: “I wanted to add too, that the recordings heard on “Rainbows” (1st pressing) and “Indian Rope Trick” are different sources (i.e. different original tapes).

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