The recording was made on a Ferrograph tape recorder by the amateur recording club of Plessey Communications in their studio just off Edge Lane in Liverpool, with Plessey employees as the engineers. Along with other peripherals, the studio consisted essentially of a mixing desk and a Ferrograph. Fred Crane was the main instigator of this session. Fred was an employee at Plessey and a member of their employee's audio club. He was also a Boy Scout leader at Wellington Road Mission Church, Liverpool, where he had come into contact with the group. All out-takes have been included on this CD, as well as multiple versions of the same song (taken during balancing). The date was 18 February 1964.
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