The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl is a live album by the Beatles, released in May 1977, featuring songs compiled from performances at the Hollywood Bowl in August 1964 and August 1965. The album was released by Capitol Records in the United States and Canada and on the Parlophone label in the United Kingdom. It was the band's first official live recording.
|Twist And Shout||1:20|
|She's A Woman||2:45|
|Dizzy Miss Lizzy||3:00|
|Ticket To Ride||2:18|
|Can't Buy Me Love||2:08|
|Things We Said Today||2:07|
|Roll Over Beethoven||2:10|
|A Hard Day's Night||2:30|
|All My Loving||1:55|
|She Loves You||2:10|
|Long Tall Sally||1:54|
The Beatles - At the Hollywood Bowl [LP]
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