http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/the-beatles/9695499/Rejected-Beatles-audition-tape-discovered.htmlRejected Beatles audition tape discoveredThe Beatles' audition tape famously rejected by a record executive in 1962
has finally been uncovered after 50 years. Paul not Faul in 1962
By Telegraph reporters
10:14AM GMT 22 Nov 2012The fledgling group were told "they had no future in showbusiness" as guitar groups were "on the way out" following the audition.
The decision by a Decca Records executive proved to be one of the worst made in music history.
Within months John, Paul, George and original drummer Pete Best had signed with EMI and went on to become the greatest band of all time.
Now the original safety master tape, a 10-track demo the group recorded at Decca's London studios on New Year's Day 1962, has come to public light for the first time.
It is thought the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein held on to the tape he had paid to make and later gave it to an executive associated with EMI.
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Creating the BeatlesEMI, led by aristocrat Sir Joseph Lockwood, stands for Electrical and Mechanical Instruments, and is one of Britain's largest producers of military electronics
. Martin was director of EMI's subsidiary, Parlophone. By the mid-sixties EMI, now called Thorn EMI, created a music divison which had grown to 74,321 employees and had annual sales of $3.19 billion. EMI was also a key member of Britain's military intelligence establishmentAfter the war, in 1945, EMI's European production head Walter Legge virtually took over control of classical music recording
s, signing up dozens of starving German classical musicians and singers to EMI contracts. Musicians who sought to preserve the performance tradition of Beethoven and Brahms, were relegated to obscurity while "ex-Nazi" Party members were promoted. Legge signed and recorded Nazi member, the late Herbert Von Karajan, promoting him to superstar status
, while great conductors such as Wilhelm Furtwangler were ignored. From the beginning, EMI created the myth of the Beatles' great popularity
. In August of 1963, at their first major television appearance at the London Palladium, thousands of their fans supposedly rioted. The next day every mass-circulation newspaper in Great Britain carried a front page picture and story stating, "Police fought to hold back 1,000 squealing teenagers." Yet, the picture displayed in each newspaper was cropped so closely that only three or four of the "squealing teenagers" could be seen. The story was a fraud.
According to a photographer on the scene, "There were no riots. I was there. We saw eight girls, even less than eight."