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Performer: The Beady Gravel Apple Band
Title: The Different Sounds Of The Beady Gravel Apple Band
Released: 1969
Category: Pop / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦

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A1 The Rolling Stones I Can't Be Satisfied
Composed By – McKinley Morganfield
A2 The Rolling Stones Stoned (INSTRUMENTAL)
Composed By – Nanker Phelge
A3 The Rolling Stones Money (That's What I Want)
Composed By – Gordy*, Bradford*
A4 Bob Dylan Wild Mountain Thyme (Live)
Composed By – Bob Dylan
A5 Bob Dylan It Ain't Me Babe (Live)
Composed By – Bob Dylan
A6 Bob Dylan To Ramona (Live)
Composed By – Bob Dylan
A7 The Beatles Let It Be
Composed By – Lennon-McCartney
A8 The Beatles When You Walk
Composed By – Lennon-McCartney
B1 The Beatles Teddy Boy
Composed By – Paul McCartney
B2 The Beatles Long And Winding Road
Composed By – Lennon-McCartney
B3 Bob Dylan Down In The Flood
Composed By – Bob Dylan
B4 Bob Dylan You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
Composed By – Bob Dylan
B5 Bob Dylan Million Dollar Bash
Composed By – Bob Dylan
B6 The Rolling Stones Midnight Rambler (Live)
Composed By – Jagger-Richards


The tracks on this album are compiled from some of the earliest bootlegs. The Stones tracks on side 1 are from "Stoned Again By The Rockers" on Good Times Records. The Dylan tracks on side 1 are from "Isle Of Wight" (Trade Mark Of Quality 71050). The "Get Back" acetate recordings are probably taken from the Immaculate Conception issue of "Get Back" (with the picture of the nude pregnant woman on the cover insert). The Dylan / Band tracks on side 2 are from the Basement Tapes sessions, from "Great White Wonder II" and the last Stones track is from "LiveR Than You've Ever Been" (Trade Mark Of Quality 71003). This album was also issued under the title of "Dylan / Beatles / Stones." The bootlegger assigned the group name from Beady (B.D. - Bob Dylan) Gravel (Stones) Apple (Beatles) Band.

The record was shipped and sold in an unmarked white cardboard cover without a printed insert.

Matrix number of 741

Recording details:
I Can't Be Satisfied - Chess Studios, Chicago, 64-06-10
Stoned - De Lane Lea Studio, London, 63-10-07 (B-side of "I Wanna Be Your Man")
Money - De Lane Lea Studio, London, 63-11-14
Wild Mountain Thyme; It Ain't Me Babe; To Ramona - live at the Isle Of Wight Festival, 69-08-31
Let It Be - Apple Studio, London, 69-01-26
The Walk - Apple Studio, London, 69-01-27
Teddy Boy - Apple Studio, London, 69-01-24
The Long And Winding Road - Apple Studio, London, 69-01-26
Down In The Flood; You Ain't Goin' Nowhere; Million Dollar Bash - West Saugerties, New York, summer 1967
Midnight Rambler - live at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA, 69-11-09

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BE is the second and final studio album by English rock band Beady Eye, released on 10 June 2013. It was recorded between November 2012 and March 2013. The album was produced by Dave Sitek who has previously produced records for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio and Jane's Addiction.

Beady Eye. Different Gear, Still Speeding. Everything that should have come easily never did, with the band stumbling and squabbling through stardom, creating great individual moments but somehow just missing a masterpiece. Conventional wisdom painted the brothers Gallagher as ego and id incarnate, the former belonging to classical craftsman Noel and the latter to shaggy animal Liam, but after the group’s 2009 split the journeymen that filled out the rest of Oasis stuck with the younger Gallagher, the quartet going on to perform as Beady Eye, releasing Different Gear, Still Speeding in early 2011.

Shake my tree, where's the apple for me? Tickle my feet with the enemy No point laughing if you don't know why I fold my love just to hear her smile. The world is up if you're tough enough The world is up if you're tough enough. Girl in the queue got an eye on you Think you're in and she's looking for sin Yes, you're not wrong, she wants to know what's in your pocket Singing that song, dig it all night long.

On the second album by the Liam Gallagher-helmed band, Beady Eye progress beyond the rudimentary Oasisisms of their debut by employing TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek as producer. On Beady Eye’s 2011 debut Different Gear Still Speeding, Liam had the attitude but not the songs; Noel’s High Flying Birds had the songs but not the attitude. Two years later, it’s safe to assume that anyone who still cares about either one of these guys would rather hear them together than on their own, trying in vain to compensate for the other brother’s absence. Second Bite of the Apple is a potentially fun snotball of classic Liam Gallagher insouciance, but lines like, Shake my tree/ Where’s the apple for me/ Tickle my feet with the enemy (or possibly, the NME) are better when vaguely heard than comprehended.

Two years later the band released its sophomore album with Cewbeagappic. In 2005, Beady Belle dropped their third studio effort, Closer. Belvedere followed in 2008.

The band’s debut album, Different Gear, Still Speeding, at times has a much different style than Oasis had, but there isn’t one track that sticks out as anything revolutionary, or even one that lets you forget about Oasis. Now, does it sound like an Oasis album? Sometimes, but not always. The absence of Noel Gallagher, arguably a true source of talent in Oasis, is all too noticeable. Many of the lyrics on this album seem very forced, as if only written to make sure a rhyme takes place. Four Letter Word, the album’s opener and second single, stumbles with this problem. It’s a great track to open with, because, musically, it’s a lot rougher, more raw than Oasis. It even gives a little hope that this is truly a different band.

Beady eye – albums de studio. 2011 Different Gear, Still Speeding (Sony Music Japan International Inc. ‎– SICP 3050). 01. How Did Beady Eye Begin 02. Tell Us About The Writing Of The Album.

Beady Eye, after all, are a substantial reincarnation of British rock overlords Oasis, whose adhesion to the songbook of Lennon and McCartney was as sticky as 40-year-old porridge. When main-man Noel Gallagher left the band after one row too many with his younger brother in August 2009, the rump Oasis – Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock – didn't exactly ditch the band's modus operandi. If forensic Gallagherologists listen hard, Different Gear, Still Speeding boasts little nuances that Noel might never have countenanced. But the precise triangulation of the vocals against the guitar in the mix isn't the stuff of which rock legend is made.