|Interviews - Front Cover
|Interviews - Back Cover
APWMC 1200 (cassette)
|Over 60 minutes long, this album was more a document of the Beatles 1964 antipodean tour. The album captures the words
of the Fab Four as they made their way through the madness of a continent obsessed with all they had to offer. From the
sharp cockiness of the early press conferences to the fatigued boredom of later interviews.
Also contains "Message From England" actually recorded in Abbey Road September 1963 for Australian radio stations.
This C.D. is almost exactly the same as the 1982 album The Beatles Talk Downunder (1964), and it has been re-issued under various guises on many occasions since.
|Date and Detail
|Message From England
|Recorded in Abbey Road September 1963 for Australian radio stations.
This was a copy sent to D.J. Barry Ferber, March 1964.
George sends greetings from a train carriage during filming of "A Hard Day's Night".
|10th June 1964
Interview at President Hotel by Bob Rogers.
|11th June 1964
First interview on Australian soil at Darwin airport, by John Edwards.
|11th June 1964
Description of arrival at Mascot airport by Kevin O'Donohue.
First Sydney press conference at Sheraton Hotel.
|12/13th June 1964
Interview on plane from Sydney by Bob Rogers.
Appearance on balcony of South Australia hotel, described by Bob Francis
Hotel room interviews by Bob Rogers.
|14th June 1964
Ringo interviewed by Garvin Rutherford en route to Melbourne to join rest of group.
|15/17th June 1964
Appearance on balcony of Southern Cross Hotel.
Hotel interviews by Allan Lappin and Bob Rogers.
Concert announcements at Festival Hall.
|18th/21st June 1964
Paul's birthday party at Sheraton Hotel
"Good guy" Mike Walsh gives Ringo a kazoo lesson
Interview on plane to Wellington by Bob Rogers.
|22nd/23rd June 1964
Interviews at St. George Hotel by Bob Rogers
|29/30th June 1964
Interviews at Lennon's Hotel by Tony McArthur
|24/25th June 1964
Interviews at Royal International Hotel and the New City Hotel by Bob Rogers
|1st July 1964
Farewell airport interviews by Bob Rogers and Garvin Rutherford.