Mystery Club Hamburg Erfahrungsberichte
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Others, like Pat Boone, came to watch, but never played. The club would also become a hangout for various celebrities, and guests in the autumn of that year included, amongst others, no less than Italian-French movie star Sophia Loren.
They all worked hard, long hours, the crowd loved them. The Beatles had arrived for their third and final stint at the Star-Club on 18 December.
By then the band was on the threshold of fame. I hope you had a good one, or at least better than ours… We only have three more days to go, and then will be away from this place for good.
I hope. With him he had brought a brand new Philips RK 14 four-track mono tape recorder also known as an EL , which was at that time the latest in technology.
Originally Kingsize and The Dominoes used the machine to record their own rehearsals. Then in late November, Taylor had the idea to record the band to see how they sounded in a packed club.
To do this he asked the help of Adrian Barber, who, during the autumn of , had taken up the position as stage manager at the Star-Club. The guitar player and technical wizard of another Liverpool group The Big Three, Barber had been given a free hand to build a first-class sound system capable of recording at the Star-Club.
At the time, however, Barber had not yet accumulated all his equipment and was happy to team up with Kingsize and use his tape recorder.
After having set up, Barber and Taylor left the recorder by the stage throughout December for anyone to use. According to Taylor, the normal thing was to leave the recorder running all night, with anybody just turning the tape over when they noticed it had come to a stop.
I also remember Kingsize playing back some of the recordings of The Beatles the next afternoon. It would not have been considered a serious or professional thing and we certainly would not have seen any future in any such recordings on a commercial basis.
We were not offered beer like The Beatles. In fact, I did not even know there were recordings of The Rebel Rousers in existence until recently. In early January , Taylor packed up his recorder, together with his tape, and headed back to Liverpool.
After Taylor had brought the tape recorder back to Liverpool, it was never used again to record at the club, even when Taylor himself returned.
Adrian Barber, however, carried on with his project of building a sound system and recording set-up at the club. His project included the first use of direct injection boxes, allowing him to take signals straight from guitars, cutting out the need for microphones in front of guitar amps.
Kingsize Taylor and his band had played in Hamburg from October to December In January he was back in Liverpool for a couple of weeks, before returning to Hamburg for another stint at the Star-Club.
In an attempt do something about the poor sound quality, he gave the tape to John Seddon, a record producer who ran a small private studio called Studio One on Temple Street, Liverpool.
The two of them decide to team up to get the material released on record. Among heaps of papers and containers, at the bottom of a cardboard box full of rubbish, and after much searching, they finally found the tape.
Among the companies to take an interest was Polydor, but like other companies, when learning that the material had been recorded when The Beatles were already under contract with EMI, they backed out.
Harry next contacted his friend Bob Dick and through him managed to get in touch with K-Tel. Their legal team had found a clause allowing the recordings to be released and was interested in a deal which would have secured both Taylor and Williams some good money.
They insisted the deal was to be kept a secret until everything was ready. By 17 September the recordings had also hit television through the BBC magazine show Nationwide, where a segment of Kansas City was played.
Williams told the press at the time that they both got very excited when hearing about the recordings and immediately requested copies for Lennon and McCartney.
To cut a long story short, with old pals Kingsize Taylor and Allan Williams. Williams mentioned the Star-Club recordings to Murphy who, after having heard them and consulting his lawyer Walter Hofer , also present, decided to take a gamble to try to finally release them on record.
On 12 September, Williams on behalf of himself and Kingsize Taylor, signed a deal with Paul Murphy and the new company with the stated aim to get the recordings released to the general public.
Paul Murphy immediately started working on the recordings at Chappell Recording Studios, London and by late November he had finished going through the material identifying which tracks were by The Beatles and which could be used.
His original plan was to release a single LP. By the end of , Paul Murphy had devoted considerable time, effort and money to reconstructing the Star-Club material.
He now desperately needed to get it released. It was not until Murphy, through his lawyer Walter Hofer, came in contact with Lee Halpern, a US record pressing-plant owner and broker, that things finally began to happen.
They flew to Europe and cut a deal with Taylor and Murphy. They are for reading on personal computers, tablet devices and eReaders i.
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