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New Beatles Project Set For September Release:Film/Record

Grammy Award-winners producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell have teamed up on a new Beatles project,a companion record for noted director Ron Howard's authorised documentary feature film "The Beatles:Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years,"chronicling the Liverpool lads' live performance career.The record focuses on The Beatles' three sold out concerts at the Hollywood Bowl,Los Angeles in 1964-65.
For this recording,Martin and Okell have mastered and remixed the original three-track concert tapes at Abbey Road Studios in London;in addition,they are including four previously unreleased bonus tracks from the Hollywood Bowl performances.The unreleased material includes:
14.You Can't Do That
15.I Want To Hold Your Hand
16.Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
17.Baby's In Black*
Both the film and record are scheduled for release on 16 September 2016.The record may be pre-ordered now from The Beatles website.It will ship on or around 9 September 2016.The CD version will come with a 24 page booklet with new liner notes by David Fricke.It costs 18.95 US and the LP version is 24.98.*
Academy Award winner Ron Howard has been at work on the film since at least 2014.Giles Martin's father,the late producer George Martin,had also produced a live recording of the Hollywood Bowl concerts,but Giles Martin and Okell have utilised today's more advanced technology and an expanded playlist for their new project.