Sir George Martin and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Performing the Music of The BEATLES
Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California
June 25, 1999
Stewart Copeland - drums
Andy Summers, George Doering, Rob Laufer - guitars
Tim Heintz - keyboards
Armand Sabal-Lecco - bass
Zephyr: voices unbound
The Bangles (Susanna Hoffs, Vicki Peterson, Debbi Peterson, Michael Steele - 10 year re-union)
Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
Brad Delp (Boston)
Peter Case (Plimsouls)
Trevor Rabin (Yes)
Manuel Barrueco (classical guitarist)
Pip Clarke (violinist)
George Martin (piano)
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra conducted by Sir George Martin
Emcee: Michael York
01. Ed Sullivan Introduction
02. Magical Mystery Tour (featuring: Brad Delp and Rob Laufer)
03. I Want To Hold Your Hand (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra)
04. And I Love Her (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra)
05. Sir George talks
06. She's Leaving Home (Adam Duritz and The Bangles)
07. Sir George talks
08. Live And Let Die (Brad Delp)
09. Eleanor Rigby > Michelle (Zephyr)
10. Here Comes The Sun (Manuel Barrueco)
11. Across The Universe (The Bangles)
12. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da (Brad Delp and Zephyr)
13. Pepperland > March Of The Meanies > Pepperland (reprise) > Yellow Submarine In Pepperland (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, The Bangles sing refrain at end)
- Intermission -
01. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Peter Case, Brad Delp, Rob Laufer, Trevor Rabin)
02. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Peter Case)
03. A Day In The Life (Rob Laufer and Peter Case)
04. Here There And Everywhere (George Martin on piano)
05. Sir George talks
06. I Am The Walrus (Peter Case and Zephyr)
07. Band introductions
08. Yesterday (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra)
09. For No One > Blackbird (Rob Laufer, The Bangles and George Doering on guitar)
10. Because (Pip Clarke and Zephyr)
11. The Long And Winding Road (Trevor Rabin)
12. Friends And Lovers > In My Life (The Bangles and George Martin on piano)
13. Golden Slumbers > Carry That Weight > The End (Brad Delp, Trevor Rabin, Peter Case, Rob Laufer)
14. All You Need Is Love (Peter Case with all singers)
15. Hey Jude (all singers, order of individual singers: Adam Duritz, The Bangles, Brad Delp, Trevor Rabin, Rob Laufer)
DPA 4061 > Core Sound HEB Battery Box > Sony TCD-D100 DAT master (16-bit/48 kHz)
First set: microphones chest mounted, facing up
Second set: microphones mounted above ears facing forward
Location: Section G2. row 14, seat 30
DAT master on Fostex D-5 > AES/EBU > Marantz PMD580 Solid State Recorder > SD Card (via CF Card Adapter)
Recording and transfer by Jeff Lester
Mastering: (Flying -M-)
16-48 wave files > Har-Bal 3.7 & iZotope RX6 advanced > CD Wave > Korg Aqua (16-44) > TLH
All thanks go to Jeff for the recording and to ethiessen for the beautiful cover art
For historical reference only and not intended for resale or any commercial use
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LA times review (excepts)
Getting Back to the Beatles at the Bowl
By IRENE LACHER
JUNE 30, 1999 12 AM
Where were you when the Beatles were still together?
Probably here, there and everywhere.
And for one balmy evening, the Hollywood Bowl was full of people who were tempted to remember where they were in their lives when the Beatles were big.
The occasion was the bowl�s 78th season opening-night gala Friday, �Roll Over Beethoven--It�s Beatles Music,� which was a fund-raiser for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn.'s summer educational and community programs at the bowl.
Fab Four producer Sir George Martin conducted the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra along with the Bangles, which reunited for the concert, Brad Delp of Boston, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers of the Police, Trevor Rabin of Yes, Peter Case of the Plimsouls, Adam Duritz of Counting Crows and violinist Pip Clark.
OK, so the bowl wasn�t quite the screamfest it was when KRLA-AM imported the Beatles for their first L.A. appearance 35 years ago.
For Duritz, who sang �She�s Leaving Home,� the concert was an opportunity to sit at the feet of a god of the music industry.
�George Martin is just real nice.
He�d scold me a little bit now and then: �Now Ad, we can�t really play it any faster, so you�ll have to slow down a bit.�
Following a baton and an orchestra is really hard and it turned out what I needed was the harp.
I�ve never asked for more harp before.�
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