By: Elena Grace Flores
The Beatles remained a classic during the internet age. Their songs are treasured by the young and old generations. They continue to sell live releases even if many of them are already gone. Their legacy did live in the hearts of many fans lucky enough to enjoy their songs. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are the surviving member whereas John Lennon was shot and killed in December 1980, and George Harrison died of lung cancer in November 2001. Starr has been the subject of hoax death reports this year.
Masslive posted: The Beatles official out-of-print live album may be re-released on CD and as a digital download in September. “The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl,” a compilation of the band’s 1964 and 1965 concerts at the historic venue, was released on vinyl in 1977.
Amazon.com is listing the album as set for release on Sept. 9, although there has been no announcement from The Beatles’ label, Apple Records.
The reliable WogBlog and other fan sites report the original 13-song release will be expanded to 14 tracks. The re-release appears to be timed to coincide with the debut of the Ron Howard documentary on the band’s touring years, “Eight Days A Week.” Check the link below for more: