WRMB 314 The Beatles ‘On Stage in Melbourne Australia & Washington DC’ was included in this earlier review
WRMB 315 The Beatles ‘The Complete Let It Be Sessions’ link to earlier review under the title
Confirmed images of a colored vinyl version. For the Wizardo 300 series, this is currently the lowest numbered release that had a run on colored vinyl.
A-Side (13:40) 1964 Hollywood Bowl concert – part 1
A1 Tiwst & Shout
A2 You Can’t Do That
A3 All My Lovin’
A4 She Loves You
A5 Things We Said Today
A6 Roll Over Beethoven
B-Side (16:50) 1964 Hollywood Bowl concert – part 2
B1 Can’t Buy Me Love
B2 If I Fell
B3 I Want To Hold Your Hand
B5 A Hard Day’s Night
B6 Long Tall Sally
C-Side (21:50) 1966 Tokyo Concert – part 1
C1 Rock & Roll Music
C2 She’s A Woman
C3 If I Needed Someone
C4 Day Tripper
C5 Baby’s In Black
C6 I Feel Fine
C8 I Wanna Be Your Man
D1 Ain’t She Sweet D1 – D5 at least are all pirated from the official records
D2 P.S. I Love You
D3 There’s A Place
D5 Dizzy Miss Lizzy
D6 This Boy
D7 From Me To You
D6 Paperback Writer Tokyo 1966
D7 I’m Down Tokyo 1966
Read about a fan’s introduction through this bootleg in 1975: http://www.earcandymag.com/beatles-genesis.htm
Hot Wacks referred to the 2 LP set as SP 602 – I am not sure why at this point.
Later, the release number 316 was ‘recycled’ for a single LP called:
It was available on multicolored vinyl as well.
This Japanese vinyl bootleg blog entry declared WRMB 316 the winner in the sound quality category compared to at least the SODD and Lemon Records versions shown there:
Research into this title led me to another bootleg with the same title that I have so far filed under “Dittolini Discs” due to the matrix number found on their version of Shea The Good Old Days (despite the title, Shea… contains the 1964 Hollywood Bowl recording):
This is a very rare record masquerading as a Wizardo Rekords product. It sold for $500 in January of 2013. From the eBay text: “INCLUDES THE “DEAR BEATLE NUT” LETTER INSERT”. This release was completely new to me. I wonder if it says anything about Wizardo having discovered the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl…
Below, matrix from the Dittolini release She The Good Old Days:
As one can see, the writing looks identical.
WRMB 318 was created as another daughter release to re-package discs from the 30 Nostalgia Hits double.
TAKRL logo and track list copied from the first TAKRL release # 1900, resulting in a discrepancy between that and the actual songs on the record.
Matrix: BFC 3/4