1028: THE BEATLES ‘MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR – CINELOGUE’ V – From The Original Soundtrack’ / ‘MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR – PLUS BEATLE RARITIES & TRUE COLLECTOR’S ITEMS’ :WRMB 310

Beatles Cinelogue V MMT

Released ca. 1974. Matrix numbers: MM 1028 A/B/C/D

Side 1: (12’40”)

0′ 00″     Magical Mystery Tour – opening theme, and shots of the coach.
1′ 05″     “When a man buys a ticket …”
2′ 25″     Ringo and Aunt Jessie board the coach
5′ 45″     Fool On The Hill
8′ 40″     “Good Morning Miss Winters”
9′ 09″     Mellotron music – with coach scenes
9′ 35″     “As the bus leaves the town everything begins to change …”
10′ 04″     Army recruitment scene (with Sgt. Spinetti and Major McCartney) – 12’40”

Side 2: (12’18”)

12′ 40″     Family sports day, including Tug-of-war, with
She Love’s You playing on a fairground organ.
13′ 35″     “The Marathon” – Ringo drives the coach.
17′ 33″     Back on the coach – Flying.
19′ 35″     “Far above the clouds, four or five magicians …”
“Where’s the bus ??”
21′ 00″     “10 miles north on the Dewsbury road”
22′ 00″     Jessie’s dream – Mr. Bloodvessel with All My Loving being played by a string quartet. – 24’58”

Side 3: (15’37”)

24′ 58″     I Am The Walrus
29′ 35″     “Two little dicky birds” – John entertains Nicola on the coach
31′ 08″     Jessie’s dream – In the restaurant.
34′ 53″     “There’s no business like show business”, john sings as they all enter a small tent.
36′ 46″     Blue Jay Way – 40′ 35″

Side 4: (11’53”)

40′ 35″     Back on the bus
41′ 21″     “What are the magicians cooking up now ?”
“10 miles north on the Dewsbury road”.
42′ 12″     A sing-a-long on the coach, including:
I’ve Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts
Toot Toot Tootsie, Goodbye
The Happy Wanderer
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
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Can-Can
44′ 45″     “Gentlemen follow Mr. Johnson, ladies stay with me.”
45′ 10″     The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – Death Cab For Cutie
46′ 00″     A stripper from the Raymond Revue Bar
48′ 10″     Your Mother Should Know
50′ 35″     Magical Mystery Tour with credits.
51′ 42″     “And that was a Magical Mystery Tour, I told you … Goodbye.
51′ 50”     Hello Goodbye (fade-out only) – 52′ 28″

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Wizardo tried to offer more in 1975 by squeezing all 52 minutes onto one disc. Although “I Am The walrus” is listed at the start of side B it did not make it. Sides C & D present a hodgepodge of tracks taken from earlier Contraband titles plus two Pete Best 45s:

Side C: Mean Mr. Mustard/ All Together On The Wireless Machine/ Step Inside Love/ Nice Time (Kenny Everett, listed as “Bye Bye Bye”)/ Peace Of Mind/ Miss Ann-Kansas City-Lawdy Miss Clawdy/ What’s The New Mary Jane

Side D: The Way I Feel About You/ If You Can’t Get Her/ Boys/ Kansas City-Hey Hey Hey Hey! (last 4 songs: Pete Best)/ People Say/ I’m Walking (“John & Paul” 45)/ I’ll Be On My Way Soldier Of Love/ George phone interview w/Ed Rudy/ Tony Barrow interview w/Jerry G. Bishop

Hot Wacks quality rating: “Gm” for sides A, B & D and “poor mono” for side C.

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The two Pete Best singles that were pirated on side D:

HA 1117/8, released in 1966

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C-391, released December 1965

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