Australia Salutes The Beatles With 50 Anniversary CD of Visit
Then and Now Australia Salutes The Beatles

Then and Now Australia Salutes The Beatles

Australia Salutes The Beatles With 50 Anniversary CD of Visit

by Paul Cashmere on May 23, 2014

in New Music,News

The Beatles one and only Australian tour was in June 1964. The band touched down in Sydney on June 11, 1964 and played 20 shows on the tour.

EMI Records has compiled ‘Then & Now – Australia Salutes The Beatles’ with covers of Beatles songs from The Bee Gees, The Seekers, Master’ Apprentices, Doug Parkinson, The Zoot, Glenn Shorrock, John Farnham, The Hoodoo Gurus, You Am I, The Vines, Josh Pyke, Bob Evans, Katie Noonan, John Waters, and many more.

The album was compiled by Glenn A. Baker who said, “it is as close to being a collection of the very best treatments of Australia Saluting The Beatles. It’s taken us fifty years to get to it but the wait has been so very, very worthwhile.”
 

Then & Now – Australia Salutes The Beatles

 
Disc One
  1. FROM ME TO YOU – The Bee Gees
  2. YESTERDAY – The Seekers
  3. FOR NO ONE – Little Pattie
  4. IT WON’T BE LONG – The Rajahs
  5. YOU’VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY – Ronnie Burns
  6. ALL MY LOVING – Johnny Young
  7. OBLA-DI, OBLA-DA – The Executives
  8. I FEEL FINE – Masters’ Apprentices
  9. WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS – Doug Ashdown
10. TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS – Wendy Saddington
11. HEY JUDE – Max Merritt & the Meteors
12. COME TOGETHER – The La De Das
13. DEAR PRUDENCE – Doug Parkinson In Focus
14. ELEANOR RIGBY – The Zoot
15. CARRY THAT WEIGHT – Colleen Hewitt
16. NOWHERE MAN – Sherbet
17. PAPERBACK WRITER – Glenn Shorrock
 
Disc Two
  1. HELP – John Farnham
  2. OH! DARLIN’ – The Models
  3. BIRTHDAY – Sunnyboys
  4. I’VE JUST SEEN A FACE – Jenny Morris
  5. BABY YOU’RE A RICH MAN – Company of Strangers (w/James Reyne)
  6. A HARD DAYS NIGHT – The Hoodoo Gurus
  7. I’M SO TIRED – You Am I
  8. I’M ONLY SLEEPING – The Vines
  9. TWO OF US – Josh Pyke & Bob Evans
10. GIRL – Glenn Cardier
11. BLACKBIRD – Katie Noonan
12. ACROSS THE UNIVERSE – Rachael Leahcar
13. DAY TRIPPER/LADY MADONNA – Tommy Emmanuel
14. THINGS WE SAID TODAY – Marty Rhone
15. LIKE DREAMERS DO – The Beatnix
16. ‘TIL THERE WAS YOU – Harrison Craig
17.  STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER – John Waters

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