6 Best Out-of-Print Beatles Releases

Fab Four records and videos that remain inexplicably unavailable

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'Concert at Budokan, 1966'
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'Concert at Budokan, 1966'

When the Beatles toured foreign territories, the shows were sometimes filmed and broadcast on local television. A 1964 Melbourne show, for example, was seen across Australia as The Beatles Sing for Shell, but this Tokyo concert is notable because it was filmed in color and features later Beatles songs such as "Paperback Writer" and "I'm Down." Apple eventually released the footage on laserdisc but only did so in Japan. Even though the show was plagued by microphones that wouldn't stay in place and some duff harmonies, we'd love to see this film of the Beatles' final touring days get a worldwide release.