AC/DC: Earliest Recording In Existence Released On Limited-Edition Vinyl

According to a posting on the AC/DC fan and collectors site AC/DC Highway To Hell, a brand new bootleg LP containing the earliest known AC/DC recording in existence has finally been released. Entitled "In the Beginning", the album was recorded at the Hampton Court Hotel in Sydney, Australia in March 1974 and features the following lineup:

Angus Young - Guitar
Malcolm Young - Guitar
Dave Evans - Vocals
Neil Smith - Bass
Noel Taylor - Drums

"In the Beginning" track listing:


01. Soul Stripper
02. No particular Place To Go
03. Stay For A While
04. Carol
05. It's All Over Now
06. Jumpin' Jack Flash
07. Rock & Roll Singer

"Vol. 2":

01. Blue Suede Shoes/Shake Rattle & Roll/Tutti Frutti
02. Rockin In The Parlour
03. Bye Bye Johnny
04. Lucille
05. All Right Now
06. Baby Please Don't Go
07. Honky Tonk Women

The album was professionally remastered, and comes on various muilti-blend colored vinyl in a custom sleeve. Both volumes are issued on multi-colored vinyl and are limited to 200 copies worldwide.


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