|1||–The Beatles||Can't Buy Me Love (Copenhagen 1964)|
|2||–The Spotnicks||Husky (Tokyo 1966)|
|3||–The Spotnicks||Sleigh Ride (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|4||–The Beatles||Interview 05.06.1964 (Amsterdam, Doelen Hotel)|
|5||–The Spotnicks||Over And Over (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|6||–The Beatles||Interview By John Edwars 11.06.1964 (Darwin Airport)|
|7||–The Spotnicks||Hey Good Lookin' (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|8||–The Beatles||Radio Coverage (Town Hall, Adelaide)|
|9||–The Spotnicks||Autumn In Japan (Tokyo 1966)|
|10||–The Beatles||Thanks To Jimmy (Copenhagen 1964)|
|11||–The Spotnicks||Frosty The Snowman (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|12||–The Spotnicks||Bye Bye Birdie (Tokyo 1966)|
|13||–The Spotnicks||Here Comes Santa Claus (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|14||–Jimmie Nicol & The Shubdubs||Humpty Dumpty|
|15||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Wasteland|
|16||–The Spotnicks||Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|17||–Jimmie Nicol & The Shubdubs||Don't Come Back|
|18||–The Beatles||Till There Was You (Copenhagen 1964)|
|19||–The Beatles||This Boy (Copenhagen 1964)|
|20||–The Spotnicks||Havah Nagila (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|21||–The Beatles||She Loves You (Adelaide 1964)|
|22||–The Beatles||Interview (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|23||–The Beatles||Long Tall Sally (Adelaide 1964)|
|24||–The Beatles||All My Loving (Blokker 1964 -Late)|
|25||–The Spotnicks||Ode To Dawn (Tokyo 1966)|
|26||–The Spotnicks||Auld Lang Syne (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|27||–The Spotnicks||Worrying Kind (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|28||–The Spotnicks||Mood Of Asia (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|29||–Jimmie Nicol & The Shubdubs||Husky|
|30||–The Spotnicks||Silent Night (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|31||–The Spotnicks||What'd I Say (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|32||–The Beatles||Can't Buy Me Love (Adelaide 1964)|
|33||–The Spotnicks||Happy Silence (Tokyo 1966)|
|34||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Jambalaya|
|35||Disk 4 - With The Beatles|
|36||–The Beatles||Interview 04.06.1964 (Copenhagen 1964)|
|37||–The Beatles||Press Conference 11.06.1964 (Sheraton Hotel, Sydney)|
|38||–The Spotnicks||Honkong Blues (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|39||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Lea Lea (Europa Di Notte)|
|40||–The Spotnicks||Staggar Lee (James George SP)|
|41||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Johnny Be Good (Europa Di Notte)|
|42||–The Spotnicks||Memory Of Summer (Tokyo 1966)|
|43||–The Spotnicks||When The Saints Go March (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|44||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Oh Boy (Europa Di Notte)|
|45||–The Beatles||Twist And Shout (Adelaide 1964)|
|46||–The Spotnicks||Crying In A Storm (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|47||–The Beatles||Intro (Adelaide 1964)|
|48||–The Spotnicks||Steel Guitar Rag (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|49||–The Beatles||Interview By Bob Rogers 07.06.1964 (Flight From London To Hong Kong)|
|50||–Jimmie Nicol & The Shubdubs||Night Train|
|51||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Wild Eyes And Tender Lips|
|52||–The Spotnicks||Playboy's Bunny Hop (Tokyo 1966)|
|53||–The Spotnicks||Subject In Orbit (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|54||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Little Boy Blue|
|55||–The Beatles||Interview 08.06.1964 (President Hotel, Hong Kong)|
|56||–The Beatles||All My Loving (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|57||–The Spotnicks||Mood Of Asia (Tokyo 1966)|
|58||–The Spotnicks||Plättlaggen (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|59||–The Beatles||Roll Over Beethoven (Copenhagen 1964)|
|60||–The Spotnicks||Jingle Bells (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|61||–Jimmie Nicol||Roaring Blue|
|62||–The Beatles||Meeting Jimmy Nicol (Abbey Road Rehearsal)|
|63||–The Spotnicks||Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|64||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Sexy Rock (Europa Di Notte)|
|65||–The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (Copenhagen 1964)|
|66||Disk 3 - With The Beatles|
|67||–The Spotnicks||Le Dernier Train De L'Espace (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|68||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Tutti Frutti (Europa Di Notte)|
|69||–The Beatles||Love Me Do|
|70||–The Beatles||Twist And Shout (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|71||–The Spotnicks||Sentimental Guitar (Tokyo 1966)|
|72||–The Beatles||This Boy (Adelaide 1964)|
|73||–The Beatles||Twist And Shout (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|74||–The Beatles||All My Loving (Adelaide 1964)|
|75||–The Beatles||She Loves You (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|76||–The Spotnicks||Turista (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|77||–The Beatles||Farewell To Jimmy 14.05.1964 (Southern Cross Hotel, Melbourne)|
|78||–The Beatles||Twist And Shout|
|79||–The Spotnicks||Highflying Scotsman (Tokyo 1966)|
|80||–The Spotnicks||Big Jump (Tokyo 1966)|
|81||–The Spotnicks||Winter Wonderland (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|82||–The Beatles||I Saw Her Standing There (Blokker 1964 -Late)|
|83||–The Beatles||Radio Coverage 11.06.1964 (Mascot Airport)|
|84||–The Beatles||Interview By Bob Rogers 12.06.1964 (Flight From Sydney To Adelaide)|
|85||–The Beatles||Twist And Shout (Copenhagen 1964)|
|86||–The Spotnicks||Look Up To The Evening Sta (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|87||–The Beatles||She Loves You (Copenhagen 1964)|
|88||Disk 2 - With The Beatles|
|89||–The Beatles||Roll Over Beethoven (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|90||–The Spotnicks||Karelia (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|91||–The Spotnicks||Casting My Spell (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|92||–The Beatles||She Loves You (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|93||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Giddy Up A Ding Dong (Europa Di Notte)|
|94||–The Spotnicks||Memory Of Summer (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|95||–Colin Hicks||Brand New Cadillac|
|96||–The Spotnicks||Geisha Girl (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|97||–The Spotnicks||Wham (Spotnicks In Acapulco)|
|98||Disk 5 - With The Spotnicks|
|99||–The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand|
|100||–The Spotnicks||Happy Silence (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|101||–The Spotnicks||Winterland (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|102||–The Beatles||Press Conference 08.06.1964 (President Hotel, Hong Kong)|
|103||–The Beatles||Press Conference 5 Members 14.06.1964 (Southern Cross Hotel, Melbourne)|
|104||–The Beatles||I Saw Her Standing There (Adelaide 1964)|
|105||–The Spotnicks||Look Up To The Evening Star (Tokyo 1966)|
|106||–The Spotnicks||Wabash Cannon Ball (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|107||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Book Of Love (Europa Di Notte)|
|108||–The Beatles||Till There Was You (Adelaide 1964)|
|109||–The Spotnicks||From Russia With Love (Tokyo 1966)|
|110||–The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|111||–The Spotnicks||Crying In A Storm (Tokyo 1966)|
|112||–The Spotnicks||Recado (Tokyo 1966)|
|113||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Twenty Flight Rock (Europa Di Notte)|
|114||–The Beatles||Intro (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|115||–The Beatles||Long Tall Sally (The Beatles In Nederland)|
|116||–The Spotnicks||What Now My Love (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|117||–The Beatles||Interview By Bob Rogers 10.06.1964 (Hong Kong Airport)|
|118||–The Spotnicks||The Old Love Letters (Tokyo 1966)|
|119||–The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (Blokker 1964 -Late)|
|120||–The Spotnicks||C'Mon Everybody (James George SP)|
|121||–The Beatles||Jimmy Nicol Leaves 15.06.1964 (Essendon Airport, Melbourne)|
|122||–The Spotnicks||White Christmas (Spotnicks In Winterland)|
|123||–The Beatles||Can't Buy Me Love|
|124||–The Beatles||Interview By Bob Rogers 11.06.1964 (Sheraton Hotel, Sydney)|
|125||–The Beatles||Outro (Adelaide 1964)|
|126||–The Spotnicks||El Toro Bravo (Spotnicks In Acapulco)|
|127||–The Spotnicks||Green Eyes (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|128||–The Spotnicks||Piercing The Unknown (Tokyo 1966)|
|129||Disk 6 - With The Spotnicks|
|130||–The Beatles||Press Conference 05.06.1964 (Amsterdam Airport)|
|131||–The Beatles||Pathe News (Arrival In Amsterdam)|
|132||–The Beatles||From Me To You|
|133||–The Spotnicks||Moscow (Spotnicks In Acapulco)|
|134||–The Spotnicks||Uska Dara (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|135||–The Beatles||I Saw Her Standing There (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|136||–The Spotnicks||Sentimental Guitar (Spotnicks Around The World)|
|137||–Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys||Empty Arms Blues|
|138||Disk 1 - Pre Beatles|
|139||–The Beatles||Long Tall Sally (Blokker 1964 -Early)|
|140||–The Spotnicks||Johnny Guitar (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|141||–The Beatles||Intro (Blokker 1964 -Late)|
|142||–Colin Hicks||La Dee Dah|
|143||–The Beatles||She Loves You|
|144||–The Spotnicks||Drum Diddley (Tokyo 1966)|
|145||–The Beatles||All My Loving (Copenhagen 1964)|
|146||–The Beatles||Roll Over Beethoven (Adelaide 1964)|
|147||–The Spotnicks||The Spotnicks Theme (Spotnicks Live In Japan, 1967)|
|148||–The Beatles||Please Please Me|
|149||–The Beatles||I Want To Hold Your Hand (Adelaide 1964)|
|150||–The Spotnicks||The Lonesome Port (Tokyo 1966)|
|151||–The Beatles||Press Conference 12.06.1964 (South Australian Hotel, Adelaide)|
"When you've played with the best, the rest is just, well, the rest." Jimmy Nicol ‘87.
In 1968 Andy Warhol said,"In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes."
So far as the majority of Beatles fans are concerned, he could just as well have been talking about the past......and in particular Jimmy Nicol.
It was Jimmy , who temporarily replaced Ringo as the Beatles drummer for ten whirlwind days for their tour of the Netherlands and the first date in Australia.
On the 14th of June 1964 Jimmy flew back to England and so far as the world was concerned, disappeared back into the obscurity from which he had briefly emerged.
As is usually the case, the truth is a whole lot different.
Jimmys recording career began in the late 1950s when between 1957 and 1959 he was the drummer with Colin Hicks and the Cabin Boys. Colin actually being the brother of a more famous artist, Tommy Steele.
Before that, he had been a drum repairer/technician with Boosey and Hawkes and had also occupied the drummers seat in a few very well known big bands,1960: The Oscar Rabin Band. 1961: and The Cyril Stapleton Big Band.
Following his departure from the Cabin Boys,he joined another fledgling Rock and Roll outfit Vince Eager and the Quite Three until 1960.
The trail then grows cold so far as recordings are concerned as Jimmy seems to have been involved almost exclisively in session work , including jobs with musicians from the orchestras of Ted Heath and Johnny Dankworth.
Rumours persist that he was a member of Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames in 1964, and whilst it is true that he played at the Flamingo Club, where the Blue Flames were the House Band..there is no trace of him on the recordings that they made at the time.
However in 1964 he formed his own band , The Shubdubs whilst continuing his session work.
He had worked for George Martin on both a Tommy Quickly recording session and possibly others on the NEMS roster.A set of recordings entitled Beatlemania featuring a number of Beatles songs also had Jimmie on drums.. When Ringo was hospitalised, it was George who recommended him to Brian Epstein as a replacement.
He rehearsed with John Paul and George at Abbey Road but sadly no recordings seem to exist.
Once back in England , Jimmy reformed the Shubdubs and during 1964 and 1965 they toured extensively. During this time Jimmy also released a solo single as The Sound of Jimmy Nicol.
Between 1965 and 1967 he was a member of the well-known Swedish guitar group The Spotnicks who rush-released a single, The Spotnicks Introducing Jimmy Nicol, titled Husky and Drum Diddley.
In 1967, Nicol lived in Mexico working with samba & bossa nova groups, amongst whom were an outfit called Blue Rain.
He married and had a son, Howard, who in the 1990s was to win an award as sound engineer for his work on a BBC collection of Beatles recordings.
In 1969, he recorded "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (sung in Spanish) with his own band, "Jimmie Nicol Show".
It is here that our story ends.
Sadly we have been unable to trace all of Jimmys recordings, those which have eluded us are
"The Shubdubs" :
Baby Please Don't Go
Solo single as "The Sound of Jimmy Nicol" :
and Jumpin' Jack Flash (sung in Spanish by "Jimmie Nicol Show").
It is not known if “Blue Rain” ever enterd the recording studio.
What remains is we hope definitive .
Listen to online Jimmie Nicol - Nicolodeon - The Jimmy Nicol Anthology, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Jimmie Nicol - Nicolodeon - The Jimmy Nicol Anthology from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Nowhere Man Records catalog number NRM005-011. Format of the release is. CD . Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом CD от Nicolodeon - The Jimmy Nicol Anthology на George Nicol born 3 August 1939 is an English drummer and business entrepreneur. He is best known for temporarily replacing Ringo Starr in the Beatles for a series of concerts during the height of Beatlemania in 1964, elevating him from relative obscurity to worldwide fame and then back again in the space of a fortnight. Nicol had hoped that his association with the Beatles would greatly enhance his career but instead found that the spotlight moved away from him once Starr returned to the. James George JimmieJimmy Nicol b. 3 August 1939, is a British drummer, best known for temporarily replacing Ringo Starr in The Beatles for a number of concerts during the height of Beatlemania in 1964. He went from relative obscurity to worldwide fame and back in the space of a fortnight. Nicol hoped that his period with The Beatles would advance his career, but found that the spotlight moved away from him once Starr returned to the group. His subsequent lack of commercial success led him to bankruptcy in 1965. After then working with a number of different bands,. Also known as J. Nicol, Jimmy Nicol, Nicol. This performer group in the Internet: , Nicol. Discography of Jimmie Nicol: Click to release title to look at track list of the album. Nicolodeon - The Jimmy Nicol Anthology. mp3. Enter Jimmie Nicol, a 24-year-old London drummer whose studio work had impressed Epstein. McCartney also knew Nicol the Beatle had recently caught a performance by Nicol with Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames. He had also played on three late-'50s singles by Colin Hicks and the Cabin Boys. After a six-song audition, Nicol was hired, given a Beatle haircut and told to pack for the flight to Denmark the next day. In the hospital, Starr recalled that hed replaced Pete Best as the Beatles drummer two years earlier. It was very strange, them going off without me, Starr said in Anthology. Jimmie Nicols name was first brought up by producer George Martin who had worked with him previously and was aware that hed been the session drummer for an album full of Beatles covers simply titled Beatlemania , meaning that he was able to play at least some of the Beatles back catalogue competently already. When he accepted, he was fitted for a suit and had his hair cut into a traditional Beatles moptop. He was now set to go on a world tour as a temporary member of the Beatles. Exactly how much Nicol was paid for his brief stint with the band has never been confirmed. James George Nicol, known as Jimmie Nicol or Jimmy Nicol born August 3, 1939, is a British drummer, best known for being a temporary member of The Beatles. When Ringo Starr collapsed and was hospitalised on 3 June 1964 with tonsillitis on the eve of The Beatles' 1964 Australasian tour, read more. When Ringo Starr collapsed and was hospitalised on 3 June 1964 with tonsillitis on the eve of The Beatles' 1964 Australasian tour,. Martin then suggested using Jimmie Nicol , as he had recently recorded a session with him and had also drummed on an album of Beatles covers as part of a session band called The Koppykats , and so Nicol knew The Beatles songs well. Nicol was sitting at home when he received a call for an audition at Abbey Road Studios. Heres a photo from thats days rehearsal with John Lennon , Paul McCartney & George Harrison. Check out this picture of all four Beatles with Jimmie Nicol. Nicol had a tough time to adjusting to life after his stint in The Beatles. Nicol said several years later: Standing in for Ringo was the worst thing that ever happened to me. George Martin suggested Jimmie Nicol, who he had recently recorded during a session for Tommy Quickly. Nicol had also played the drums on an album of Beatles covers called Beatlemania, and therefore knew how to play the songs. They nearly didnt do the Australia tour. George is a very loyal person, and he said, If Ringos not part of the group, its not The Beatles. I dont see why we should do it, and Im not going to. It took all of Brians and my persuasion to tell George that if he didnt do it he was letting everybody down. Jimmie Nicol was a very good drummer, who came along
Performer: Jimmie Nicol
Title: Nicolodeon - The Jimmy Nicol Anthology
Label: Nowhere Man Records
Style: Interview, Music Hall
Size MP3: 2070 mb
Size FLAC: 2552 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Record source: CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release