ZU LAUT! - Live at the Star-Club

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Be Bop A Lula

Written by Gene Vincent, Donald Graves, Bill Davis

2:34 • Live


2.

Link

0:28 • Live


3.

I Saw Her Standing There

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:49 • Live


4.

Link

0:43 • Live


5.

Hallelujah, I Love Her So

Written by Ray Charles

2:10 • Live • Guest lead vocal by Horst Fascher, Star-Club manager


6.

Link

0:27 • Live


7.

Red Hot

Written by Billy Emerson

1:26 • Live


8.

Sheila

Written by Tommy Roe

1:50 • Live


9.

Link

0:42 • Live


10.

Medley


1.

Kansas City

Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller

2:10 • Live • Medley with "Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey"


2.

Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey

Written by Richard Penniman / Little Richard

2:10 • Live • Medley with "Kansas City"


11.

Link

0:18 • Live


12.


13.

Link

0:56 • Live


14.

Reminiscing

Written by King Curtis

1:43 • Live


15.

Link

0:51 • Live


16.


17.

Link

0:11 • Live


18.

Sweet Little Sixteen

Written by Chuck Berry

2:48 • Live


19.

Link

1:06 • Live


20.

Roll Over Beethoven

Written by Chuck Berry

2:21 • Live


21.

Link

0:34 • Live


22.

A Taste Of Honey

Written by Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow

2:37 • Live



24.

Link

1:07 • Live


25.

I Saw Her Standing There

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:49 • Live


26.

Link

0:45 • Live


27.

To Know Her Is To Love Her

Written by Phil Spector

3:06 • Live


28.

Link

0:34 • Live


29.


30.

Link

0:46 • Live


31.

Till There Was You

Written by Meredith Willson

2:00 • Live


32.

Link

0:41 • Live



34.

Link

1:03 • Live


35.

Lend Me Your Comb

Written by Kay Twomey, Fred Wise, Ben Weisman

1:53 • Live


36.

Link

0:30 • Live


37.

Your Feet's Too Big

Written by Fred Fisher, Ada Benson

2:30 • Live


38.

I'm Talking About You

Written by Chuck Berry

2:00 • Live


39.

Link

0:56 • Live


40.

A Taste Of Honey

Written by Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow

1:53 • Live


41.

Link

1:06 • Live


42.

Matchbox

Written by Carl Perkins

2:44 • Live


43.

Link

0:40 • Live


44.

Little Queenie

Written by Chuck Berry

4:04 • Live


45.

Goodnight

0:21 • Live

Disc 2


1.

Preamble

1:04 • Live


2.

The Hippy Hippy Shake

Written by Chan Romero

1:50 • Live


3.

Link

0:47 • Live


4.

A Taste Of Honey

Written by Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow

1:51 • Live


5.

Link

0:13 • Live


6.

Ask Me Why

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:18 • Live


7.

Twist And Shout

Written by Phil Medley, Bert Russell

1:33 • Live


8.

Mr. Moonlight

Written by Roy Lee Johnson

2:19 • Live


9.

Besame Mucho

Written by Consuelo Velázquez

2:45 • Live


10.

Falling In Love Again

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:13 • Live


11.

I'm Talking About You

Written by Chuck Berry

2:01 • Live




14.


15.

Roll Over Beethoven

Written by Chuck Berry

3:35 • Live


16.

Hully Gully

1:37 • Live


17.


18.

Ramshackle Shake

2:13 • Live


19.

Lovesick Blues

2:48 • Live


20.

First Taste Of Love

2:12 • Live


21.

Dizzy Miss Lizzy

Written by Larry Williams

3:09 • Live


22.

Do You Believe

2:08 • Live


23.

Ooh Poo Pah Doo

2:51 • Live


24.

Twist And Shout

Written by Phil Medley, Bert Russell

2:45 • Live


25.

Cannonball

2:17 • Live

About

From The stereo Star Club – The Daily Beatle (webgrafikk.com), April 27, 2015:

The same people who recently released the ultimate BBC upgrade collection now have made available a mock stereo version of The Beatles Live at The Star Club in Hamburg, Germany, 1962. The digital stereo processing allows you to discern each instrument better than previous mono releases of the material. The new release is a 2CD + 1DVD package with the title “The Beatles: Zu Laut! Live at the Star Club Hamburg”.

The DVD contains a load of 1966 interviews with Peter Eckhorn, Manfred Weissleder, Hans Walther Braun (who plays part of his tape) and Bettina the barmaid from the Star Club. For the first time, these interviews have been translated and are presented with selectable subtitles on the disc. It also has an an 80 minute slideshow with about 200 photos covering their time in Hamburg from 1960 to 1962, set to the soundtrack of the CDs, plus an onscreen transcript of what is being sung and spoken. The transcript shows up on screen by default but you can disable it if you just want to watch the pictures. Other material on the dvd includes: archival footage of the Reeperbahn and Grosse Freiheit, a guided tour of the Grosse Freiheit with Tony Sheridan, the 1972 Nationwide feature on the Star Club Tapes, a five minute sequence shot inside the Star Club for the tv series Hafenpolizei in 1962, footage shot inside the Top Ten and Star Club in 1966, Bruno Koschmider’s films of the Bambi, Indra and Kaiserkeller; and colour footage of the Reeperbahn and Grosse Freiheit from 1959.

The CD/DVD package has been provided free of charge from the same community of Beatles fans and collectors that gave us the BBC collection. No doubt it will soon be ripped off by bootleggers. Since the Star Club recordings were made in the out-of-copyright-in-EU year of 1962, it may even be released legally in Europe.

From The Beatles: Zu Laut ! (jpgr.co.uk):

In an essential article about the tapes in Record Collector, spread over two issues in the summer of 2015, the most intense examination and research was made and identified.
Finally after 53 years, Hans Olof Gottfridsson together with Richard Moore had been allowed to use the notes of Larry Grossberg, producer and director of the initial Lingasong 1977 releases, and were able to present the complete running order of the original tape.
Record Collector – Star Club Recordings The Reel Story – Part 1
Record Collector – Star Club Recordings The Reel Story – Part 2

The new information in Record Collector about the correct running order of the songs in the Star Club sets have inspired Beatlefans to compile a revised album.

The makers of “Zu Laut !” have risen to the occasion and presented two new editions of the album, one in mono and one in stereo.

In the inner page of the CD booklet, they have also included information about the missing songs, as described in Grossberg’s notes and Gottfridsson’s article. After the publication of the article, further listening has revealed that the four notes at the start of “I Remember You” on the Lingasong set actually turns out to be the start of “Glad All Over” !

This now constitutes the first ever Star Club Beatles compilation, unofficial or official, that presents the tracks (at least within each section/set) in their correct running order. Some of the songs that were tape damaged or had missing notes have had these reconstructed, however the originals are also included for historical accuracy.

Last updated on May 19, 2021

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