Protests by traditionalists in Japan, who refused to allow the group to appear in the Budokan, a hall in Tokyo mainly reserved for martial arts, caused unrest. But the Fab Four ended up playing here five times in three days. The gig on June 30th and July 1st was recorded by Japanese TV and the audio track forms the basis of this release with a luxurious 36-page booklet and bonus DVD with live excerpts and interviews.
As it should be for a release from Japan, the whole thing comes with an 'Obi-Strip' banderole on the side.
Format: 36-page hand-numbered hardcover book, with double white 180g 12inch LP, including a replica of the concert ticket, exclusive DVD and A2 poster, sealed with a Japanese OBI strip.
Beatles In Tokyo / Nippon Budokan, Two Nights 1966:
- Includes the entire NTV Channel Four broadcast
- 36 p. Hand-numbered hardcover book with background notes and archive images - Includes a replica concert ticket and an exclusive DVD (NTSC region) with live recordings and interviews.
- Professionally remastered with background lines and lots of rare and unseen photos.
-Limited and hand-numbered
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, 30th June 1966 - NTV Channel Four
A1 Rock & Roll Music A2 She's A Woman A3 If I Needed Someone A4 Day Tripper A5 Baby's In Black
B1 I Feel Fine B2 Yesterday B3 I Wanna Be Your Man B4 Nowhere Man B5 Paperback Writer B6 I'm Down
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, 1st July 1966 - NTV Channel Four
C1 Introduction C2 Rock & Roll Music C3 She's A Woman C4 If I Needed Someone C5 Day Tripper C6 Baby's In Black
D1 I Feel Fine D2 Yesterday D3 I Wanna Be Your Man D4 Nowhere Man D5 Paperback Writer D6 I'm Down
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