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Sure To Fall - The Beatles - The Decca Tapes (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Unfortunately for Decca Records, they decided to pass on signing the group. However, the audition tape of the young Beatles pre-Ringo Starr can be heard here on Limited Edition clear vinyl! "The historical significance of this tape is vast; it illustrates where the Beatles were at this crucial juncture of their career.
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  2. On January 1, , nearly a full year before the release of their debut single, the Beatles unsuccessfully auditioned for Decca Records. The complete, song tape of the session -- including a dozen covers and three Lennon-McCartney originals -- has been much bootlegged since the s, and has periodically appeared on piecemeal semi-legal releases (always missing the Lennon/McCartney .
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  3. Record includes 15 songs sung by The Beatles during audition session at Decca Studios on January 1, All compositions are in mono. This LP is 33 & 1/3 rpm, though it is not stated anywhere. Liner notes for the album are the literary effort of historical fiction under the title "The Untold Story of the Decca Tapes" written by some Grid Leek.
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  4. 8. Sure To Fall SIDE 2: 1. Hello Little Girl 2. Three Cool Cats 3. Crying, Waiting, Hoping 4. Love Of The Loved 5. September In The Rain 6. Besame Mucho 7. Searchin' Also available: THE DECCA TAPES (CLEAR) (LP).
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  5. 8. Sure To Fall SIDE 2: 1. Hello Little Girl 2. Three Cool Cats 3. Crying, Waiting, Hoping 4. Love Of The Loved 5. September In The Rain 6. Besame Mucho 7. Searchin' Also available: THE DECCA TAPES (PD) (LP).
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  6. Decca Tapes (Picture Disc) by The Beatles - Vinyl LP () for $ from barcountfitmaduseshoyracalromarda.coinfo - Order by Phone Price: $
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  7. May 28,  · There was a release called Beatles The Decca Tapes pressed by Circuit Records in the UK in LK There's been dozens of gray area vinyl releases over the years. I remember picking one up circa in the cutout bin at K-Mart, of all places. Many can be seen here.
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  8. At one time they were released as a series of colored vinyl 45s with picture sleeves on a label called Deccagone. With the exception of the ones released as part of the Beatles Anthology all have been bootlegs or at least of dubious legality/5(46).
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