Hollywood Bowl

It's odd to see this on an Apple label. We have the very familiar 1964 acetate from Capitol and a 1977 test pressing of the official release. Likewise, it's not clear if this is the 1964
or 1965 show.

This disc might originate from 11 or 18 May 1971 (see the history below). However, this is on an early label style (through mid 1969).

John Barrett lists reel E94024 as 24 August 1964. However, that reel number should place it around mid 1969. A likely scenerio
would be that the tape remained in the U.S., at Capitol, and was finally sent to E.M.I. sometime in 1969.

Perhaps that is the origin for the dating error on E94024. Someone at E.M.I. (or perhaps John Barrett) was not accurate about the date of the concert.

Likewise, it seems likely the same scenerio could apply to the 1965 recordings on reels
E103120-22 (listed below).

This specific acetate, a 2-sided disc, was auctioned on an unknown internet auction
site in 2003.
I no longer have the exact history


RECORDING HISTORY:
(from John Barrett's notes)

recorded
24 August 1964
E94024 1/2" 3T
"THE BEATLES AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL" (ORIGINAL EDITED TAPE)

mixed
[27 August 1964?
Capitol Records Hollywood, California]
Produced by Voyle Gilmore
AR1454
"THE BEATLES AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL" (REMIX OF ABOVE TAPE)
This is likely the source tape for the 1964 Capitol acetates.
NOTE: Barrett does not list a date for this reel. The date, location and producer are referenced from Lewisohn.
See here for further info

11 May 1971
E103120 4T
Twist And Shout
She's A Woman
I Feel Fine
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Ticket To Ride
Be My Baby
Can't Buy Me Love
Baby's In Black
I Wanna Be Your Man
A Hard Day's Night
Help
I'm Down

E103121 4T
Twist And Shout
She's A Woman
I Feel Fine
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Ticket To Ride
Be My Baby
Can't Buy Me Love
Baby's In Black
I Wanna Be Your Man
A Hard Day's Night
Help

14 May 1971
E103122 4T
I'm Down
OVERLAP FOR SUNDAY PERFORMANCE

18 May 1971
E103017 3T
"HOLLYWOOD BOWL 1965"
E103018 3T
"HOLLYWOOD BOWL 1965"

This acetate certainly originates no later than this date. See the 1977 acetate here for the complete Hollywood Bowl history.