May 26, 2014

Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums


Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums
by Michael Gallucci





The three Beatles ’Anthology’ volumes released in the ’90s were supposed to stop bootleggers. OK, maybe not stop them, because the band has been one of the world’s most heavily bootlegged artists ever since unreleased session tapes started making the rounds in the late-’60s. But the trio of double-disc albums officially released by Capitol Records was certainly designed to keep all but rabid fans from acquiring illegal Beatles records. The ‘Anthology’ albums did a fine of sampling the countless hours of demos, mixes, alternate takes and live shows that are available, but they merely skimmed the surface of all the fabness out there. Our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums surveys the best of them.

10 - Beatles Complete Rooftop Concert   


'The Complete Rooftop Concert' (1998)



On Jan. 30, 1969, the Beatles made their last public appearance together on the London rooftop of Apple Records, where they performed a brief impromptu concert for some lucky lunchtime passersby. This album (which includes other tracks from the 'Get Back' sessions) features the entire performance, which was made up of songs that ended up, in slightly altered takes and mixes, on 'Let It Be.'















9- Beatles 'Sessions' (1994)




In 1985, the Beatles' British record company collected a bunch of leftover tracks from the studio vaults and planned to release 'Sessions.' For one reason or another, the record was scrapped. This 1994 bootleg recovers the career-spanning LP. Most of the songs eventually ended up on the 'Anthology' albums, but it's great to hear gems like 'Leave My Kitten Alone,' 'Not Guilty' and an alternate take of 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' the way fans would have heard them in 1985.


8 - Beatles Complete BBC Sessions   

'The Complete BBC Sessions' (1993)



Capitol released a two-disc, 69-track CD in 1994 culled from the radio sessions the Beatles recorded from 1963 through 1965. But this massive 10-volume set gathers every note they played on the BBC, where they performed lots of covers (Chuck Berry, Little Richard, etc.) plus plenty of their own songs with playful rawness.


7 - Beatles Artifacts   

'Artifacts' (1993)



This five-disc series starts in Liverpool in the late '50s with a pre-Beatles cover of Buddy Holly's 'That'll Be the Day' and ends with the band's final overdub session for the 'Let It Be' album. In between are rarities, demos and alternate takes of many favorites. Like the official 'Anthology' albums, 'Artifacts' chronicles the Beatles' story from start to finish.

















6 - Beatles Get Back Glyn Johns Final Compilation 
  

'Get Back: The Glyn Johns Final Compilation' (1999)



The 'Get Back' sessions were supposed to bring the feuding Beatles back together for a fun, loose record after the splintered 'White Album.' But things didn't turn out that way, and the sessions turned chaotic almost immediately (various Beatles quit the group at various times during the recording). Engineer Glyn Johns mixed an early version of the album that's preferable to the cobbled-together official release -- retitled 'Let It Be'  and drowned in strings and other mushy decorations by producer Phil Spector.
















5 - Beatles Unsurpassed Masters   

'Unsurpassed Masters' (1989)



This seven-volume series, like several other series in our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums, compiles a wide range of leftover takes, demos and unreleased songs from the band's vast studio archive. There's plenty of reworked classics (like songs with flubbed vocals and without overdubs) for Beatlemaniacs here.



















4 - Beatles Alternate Abbey Road   

'The Alternate Abbey Road' (1997)



The Beatles' last album, 'Let It Be,' didn't include the final music they recorded; 'Abbey Road' was the last album they worked on together. And unlike the hate-fueled 'Get Back' / 'Let It Be' sessions (see No. 6 on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums), 'Abbey Road' was loose and relatively stress-free. This great album reconstructs 'Abbey Road' from alternate takes, offering an eye-opening glimpse of the band's meticulous recording process.

















3 - Beatles Turn Me on Dead Man   

'Turn Me on Dead Man: The John Barrett Tapes' (1999)



To keep busy while undergoing cancer treatment in the early '80s, John Barrett, an engineer at Abbey Road studios, began combing the vaults and cataloging the hours of tapes buried there. He uncovered a gold mine of unreleased Beatles material. This two-disc set collects his greatest finds, including rough sketches, unheard mixes and some songs that never made it to the official records.

















2 - Beatles Ultra Rare Trax   

'Ultra Rare Trax' (1988)



Before Apple got around to releasing the 'Anthology' CDs in the '90s, the excellent 'Ultra Rare Trax' series was the best roundup of unreleased Beatles material (an official skimpy 'Rarities' LP was released in 1980 but soon went out of print). Spanning eight volumes, 'Ultra Rare Trax' features everything from 'Rubber Soul' outtakes to sloppy jams pulled from the 'Get Back' sessions. Even with the official 'Anthology' series available, these sets are indispensable.















1 - Beatles Acoustic Masterpieces   

'Acoustic Masterpieces: The Esher Demos' (1998)



It's no secret that the four Beatles basically served as each other's backing bands on 'The White Album.' This collection offers solid proof that everyone was working on their own material, which they later brought to the studio for group overdubs. Unlike most of the other records on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums, 'Acoustic Masterpieces' includes revealing solo acoustic demos by John, Paul and George. It's pretty much 'The White Album' before some color was added.

What's Your Favorite Beatles Bootleg Album?

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May 25, 2014

Beatles Mythology Bootleg Series - 3 Volumes

Strawberry Records - "Mythology" is a valuable next bootleg boxset shaped and contains three volumes. In them the Beatles career is reviewed in the form of studio rarities, and unreleased live tracks from the beginning to the final solution.
The quality is not very good, but some of these shots are not entirely known, then it would be worth giving a listen. I leave it and judge for yourself
Mythology Vol I



Disc 1 (1962-1963)

01 - A Taste of Honey
02 - Love Me Do
03 - Some Other Guy
04 - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby
05 - Beautiful Dreamer
06 - I Saw Her Standing There 2-3
07 - I Saw Her Standing There 2-4
08 - I Saw Her Standing There 2-5
09 - Do You Want to Know a Secret
10 - Thank You Girl 6-7
11 - Thank You Girl 6-8
12 - Thank You Girl 6-10
13 - Thank You Girl 6-11
14 - Thank you Girl 6-12
15 - Thank You Girl 6-13
16 - From Me To You 2-8
17 - From Me To You 2-9
18 - From Me To You 2-11
19 - From Me To You 2-13
20 - Side By Side Theme
21 - Memphis Tennessee
22 - Lennon on Juke Box Jury
23 - I'll Get You
24 - Glad All Over
25 - Twist and Shout
26 - You Really Got a Hold On Me
27 - Pop Chat Interview

Disc 2 (1963)

01 - From Me To You
02 - I'll Get You
03 - She Loves You
04 - Twist And Shout
05 - Royal Command Interview
06 - Interview In Gloucestershire
07 - Public Ear Interview
08 - From Me To You
09 - She Loves You
10 - Till There Was You
11 - Twist And Shout
12 - Dickie Henderson Outro
13 - RTE (Radio Telefis Eireann) Interview
14 - This Boy
15 - Intro
16 - This Boy
17 - All My Loving
18 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
19 - Hello Bongo!
20 - (On) Moonlight Bay
21 - Dirty Deckchair
22 - The Beatles On Juke Box Jury
23 - Doncaster Interview

Disc 3 (1963-1964)

01 - From Me To You
02 - I Saw Her Standing There
03 - All My Loving
04 - Roll Over Beethoven
05 - Boys
06 - Till There Was You
07 - She Loves You
08 - This Boy
09 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
10 - Money (That's What I Want)
11 - Twist And Shout
12 - From Me To You
13 - Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport
14 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
15 - Public Ear
16 - Public Ear
17 - Public Ear
18 - Public Ear
19 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
20 - This Boy
21 - All My Loving
22 - Money (That's What I Want)
23 - Twist And Shout
24 - Outro Sunday Night At The London Palladium
25 - John Lennon At Foyles
26 - John Lennon At Foyles
27 - Band Introduction
28 - Murray The K Intro
29 - She Loves You
30 - You Can not Do That
31 - Twist And Shout
32 - Long Tall Sally
33 - Can not Buy Me Love


Mythology Vol II



Disc 1 (1964)

01 - Paul On A Degree Of Frost
02 - A Hard Day's Night
03 - Dieter Broer Interview At Hilton Hotel
04 - Radio Network Forth Interview
05 - A Hard Day's Night
06 - Hong Kong Interviews
07 - Scene At 6.30 Interview
08 - Top Gear Trailers
09 - If I Fell
10 - A Hard Day's Night
11 - Things We Said Today
12 - You Can not Do That
13 - If I Fell
14 - Long Tall Sally
15 - George Harrison On Juke Box Jury
16 - What You're Doing
17 - Mr Moonlight
18 - What You're Doing
19 - Tyne Tees Interview
20 - I Feel Fine
21 - She's A Woman

Disc 2 (1965)

01 - That Means A Lot - Take 1
02 - That Means A Lot - Rehearsal
03 - That Means A Lot - Take 20
04 - That Means A Lot - Take 21
05 - That Means A Lot - Take 22 - Take 23
06 - That Means A Lot - Rehearsal
07 - Yes It Is
08 - Intro
09 - I Feel Fine
10 - She's A Woman
11 - Baby's In Black
12 - Ticket To Ride
13 - Long Tall Sally
14 - Outro Musical Express Concert
15 - Help! - Take 4
16 - Peter Sellers - Grandma Awards
17 - British Information Service Interview
18 - The Beatles Abroad
19 - Pop Profile - John Lennon
20 - Pop Profile - George Harrison

Disc 3 (1965)

01 - The Eamonn Andrews Show
02 - Intro
03 - I Feel Fine
04 - I'm Down
05 - Act Naturally
06 - Ticket To Ride
07 - Yesterday
08 - Help!
09 - Outro
10 - Run For Your Life, Take 5
11 - This Bird Has Flown, Take 1
12 - This Bird Has Flown, Take 2
13 - This Bird Has Flown, Take 4
14 - I'm Looking Through You, Take 1
15-12 Original Bar, Takes 1-2
16 - I'm Looking Through You, Take 4
17 - The Word, Take 3 RM-1
18 - Saturday Club

Disk 4 (1966)

01 - Announcement By Charlie Hickman
02 - Rock 'N' Roll Music
03 - She's A Woman
04 - If I Needed Someone
05 - Day Tripper
06 - Baby's In Black
07 - I Feel Fine
08 - Yesterday
09 - I Wanna Be Your Man
10 - Nowhere Man
11 - Paperback Writer
12 - I'm Down
13 - Essen Press Conference
14 - She Said, She Said
15 - New Musical Express Poll Winners
16 - Pop Profile - Paul McCartney
17 - Pop Profile - Ringo Starr
18 - Saturday Club
19 - She Loves You, RS1
20 - She Loves You, RS2


Mythology Vol III





Disc 1 (1966-1967)

01 - When I'm Sixty Four - RM6
02 - Strawberry Fields Forever - Take 7 RM 3
03 - Strawberry Fields Forever - Take 26
04 - Penny Lane - RM8 Take 9
05 - Penny Lane - Take 9 RM9
06 - Top Of The Pops
07 - It's All Too Much - Take 4
08 - John Lennon Intro To Kenny Everett
09 - Where It's At
10 - Intro Ivor Novello Awards
11 - Yellow Submarine
12 - Michelle
13 - Yesterday

Disc 2 (1967)

01 - Ringo Starr Radio London Close Down Message
02 - All You Need Is Love - Take 58
03 - All You Need Is Love - Take 58 RM 11
04 - Your Mother Should Know - Take 1
05 - Blue Jay Way - Stereo Mix
06 - I Am The Walrus
07 - Scene And Heard With George
08 - The Frost Programme With John And George
09 - Where It's At - Magical Mystery Tour
10 - All Together On The Wireless Machine

Disc 3 (1968)

01 - Across The Universe - Take 8
02 - Hey Bulldog - Take 10 Stereo Remix
03 - Kenny Everett Interview Complete
04 - Ob La Di, Ob La Da - Take 5 Rejected Version
05 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Take 1 Unedited
06 - Frost On Saturday - John And Yoko
07 - Hey Jude - Communicate!
08 - Step Inside Love
09 - The Paranoias - Complete Version 9.16.68
10 - The Way You Look Tonight - Unreleased McCartney Ditty
11 - Can You Take Me Back
12 - The White Album Radio Luxembourg Interview

Disc 4 (1968-1969)

01 - Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monk
02 - Yer Blues - Rm 3 Edit
03 - Back In The Ussr - Rm1
04 - Helter Skelter - Rom 1
05 - Birthday - Rm1
06 - Dear Prudence - Rom 1
07 - Not Guilty
08 - My Baby Left Me
09 - That's Alright (Mama)
10 - Hallelujah I Love Her So
11 - Rip It Up - Shake Rattle And Roll
12 - Rock Jam - Kansas City - Miss Ann - Lawdy Miss Clawdy
13 - Blue Suede Shoes
14 - Old Brown Shoe
15 - Old Brown Shoe
16 - How Do You Tell Someone
17 - Cannonball - Not Fade Away - Hey Little Girl - Bo Diddley
18 - Teddy Boy - Rs 1
19 - Teddy Boy - Rs 1
20 - All Things Must Pass - Take 2 Unaltered
21 - Old Brown Shoe - Take 2 Unaltered
22 - Mean Mr. Mustard - Her Majesty - Polythene Pam - She Came
23 - Come And Get It - Stereo

May 23, 2014

John Barrett Tapes Remastered Collection



The John Barrett Bootlegs have been remastered in February 2011 into a 5-CD set. The  audio has been cleaned up and speed corrected. Below is information how these tapes were created, and cover scans of the new discs.

 

















 


























 
"Turn Me On Dead Man: The John Barrett Tapes" is a revelatory experience for Beatles fans, comprising tracks taken directly from the late Abbey Road engineer's cassette dubs of material he found during the vaults searches in 1982. Included are previously unavailable tracks and mixes as well as items featuring significant upgrades in sound quality from earlier appearances on other collections. The package also includes a booklet with informative liner-notes and rare photos.

Prior to the early 1980's, it was pure hearsay amongst Beatles aficionados as to what was inside the EMI vaults pertaining to the group's residency at Abbey Road and other studios from 1962 until 1970. Also, very little was known about actual recording dates of their album and singles. Most of the information that was available to fans came from contemporary reports in UK music magazines such as "New Musical Express" or "Melody Maker", or fan mags like "Beatles Monthly". This info, some correct, some not, was then regurgitated in many of the earlier Beatles books, such as Roy Carr and Tony Tyler's "An Illustrated Record" or Harry Castleman and Wally Podrazik's "All Together Now".

All of this uncertainty was to change beginning in 1981. That year, an engineer at Abbey Road named John Barrett found he had cancer, and was looking for a way to occupy his time while undergoing treatment. Ken Townsend, the manager of the studios at the time, thought that finally going through the vaults and seeing exactly was and was not there with regards to the Beatles' many recording sessions would be an excellent task for the ailing engineer.

Barrett ripped into his task with gusto, spending weeks listening through every tape and making up a detailed "catalog" of sorts, with multi-colored tabs and dividers for easy access to the various sections, and color codings for the multitudes of mixes and takes which were included. The first fruits of this research was used on the insert for the box of EMI's "The Beatles Singles Collection" issued in December of 1982, which featured for the first time the recording dates for the tracks enclosed. Also, an informative article in "Record Collector" by Nick Piercey in october 1983 included EMI mouthpiece Mike Heatley using Barrett's guide when answering Piercey's queries about various Beatles recording issues.

Throughout 1982, Barrett was also compiling audio material for a Beatles multi-media show that would take place in the famed Abbey Road Studio 2 while it was being refurbished in the summer of 1983. While this cataloging and assemblage for "The Beatles At Abbey Road" (as the show was to be imaginatively titled) was occurring, Barrett was running cassette dubs of some of the more interesting material for his own use. Some of the material was mixed as he was running his tapes, while some tracks where the original mixes done at the time of the recording sessions. Barrett knew what he was doing; he dubbed off lengendary tracks such as "Leave My Kitten Alone", which had never been issued, as well as the more interesting alternate takes in the vaults like "Norwegian Wood" take one. Also, many of the tracks he dubbed where stereo mixes of titles that at the time hadn't seen the light of day in stereo, or had seen limited release, such as "This Boy".

Meanwhile, the late Roger Scott, a well-known UK disc jockey, was enlisted to do the narration for the "Abbey Road" show, and was given copies of these dubs as well. Scott actually used some of the tracks from these dubs in 1984 (the same year Barrett died, in February) for a 12-hour radio show on the Beatles entitled "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". This material subsequently appeared (taken directly from the radio show discs) on the NEMS release "Not For Sale" in early 1985. Copies of some of the tapes made it into other hands one the Continent, who subsequently issued various series such as "Ultra Rare Trax" on Swingin' Pig, and Yellow Dog's "Unsurpassed Masters", based on the Barrett dubs, mixed with other sources.

However, much of the material dubbed off by Barrett went unissued... until now. Taken from the original cassette dubs, here are a bunch o' Beatles tracks you've never heard in this forum. They are all either different mixes, or significant upgrades from previous appearances, or in some cases, completely unissued.

While John Barrett's name may not be as lengendary in the Beatles' world as other researchers such as Mark Lewisohn, his initial work was the cornerstone for all that is now finally known about the Beatles' recording sessions. In tribute, we hope you enjoy these tapes ... hopefully John Barrett would be happy to know that his efforts were not in vain !
Trevor Osmond Williams, June 1999



The remastered collection can be found here:
http://juliocmail.blogspot.com/2011/03/thebeatles-thebarretttapesremastered_2195.html

 



May 22, 2014

The John Barrett Cassette Tapes



There are 2 collections of John Barrett tapes.  The main collection is called "The John Barrett Cassette Dubs" (photos below) is an 8-CD set of nearly everything he collected from his years in the EMI vaults. Another is a set called "Turn Me On Deadman" from Vigitone, which is a 2-CD greatest hits of what he collected from the EMI vaults. Some of these are still available online in blogs and via torrent, but are slowly disappearing. The good news is much of this material has been repackaged on other CD sets on other labels.

"Turn Me On Dead Man: The John Barrett Tapes" is a revelatory experience for Beatles fans, comprising tracks taken directly from the late Abbey Road engineer's cassette dubs of material he found during the vaults searches in 1982. Included are previously unavailable tracks and mixes as well as items featuring significant upgrades in sound quality from earlier appearances on other collections. The package also includes a booklet with informative liner-notes and rare photos.

Prior to the early 1980's, it was pure hearsay amongst Beatles aficionados as to what was inside the EMI vaults pertaining to the group's residency at Abbey Road and other studios from 1962 until 1970. Also, very little was known about actual recording dates of their album and singles. Most of the information that was available to fans came from contemporary reports in UK music magazines such as "New Musical Express" or "Melody Maker", or fan mags like "Beatles Monthly". This info, some correct, some not, was then regurgitated in many of the earlier Beatles books, such as Roy Carr and Tony Tyler's "An Illustrated Record" or Harry Castleman and Wally Podrazik's "All Together Now".

All of this uncertainty was to change beginning in 1981. That year, an engineer at Abbey Road named John Barrett found he had cancer, and was looking for a way to occupy his time while undergoing treatment. Ken Townsend, the manager of the studios at the time, thought that finally going through the vaults and seeing exactly was and was not there with regards to the Beatles' many recording sessions would be an excellent task for the ailing engineer.

Barrett ripped into his task with gusto, spending weeks listening through every tape and making up a detailed "catalog" of sorts, with multi-colored tabs and dividers for easy access to the various sections, and color codings for the multitudes of mixes and takes which were included. The first fruits of this research was used on the insert for the box of EMI's "The Beatles Singles Collection" issued in December of 1982, which featured for the first time the recording dates for the tracks enclosed. Also, an informative article in "Record Collector" by Nick Piercey in october 1983 included EMI mouthpiece Mike Heatley using Barrett's guide when answering Piercey's queries about various Beatles recording issues.

Throughout 1982, Barrett was also compiling audio material for a Beatles multi-media show that would take place in the famed Abbey Road Studio 2 while it was being refurbished in the summer of 1983. While this cataloging and assemblage for "The Beatles At Abbey Road" (as the show was to be imaginatively titled) was occurring, Barrett was running cassette dubs of some of the more interesting material for his own use. Some of the material was mixed as he was running his tapes, while some tracks where the original mixes done at the time of the recording sessions. Barrett knew what he was doing; he dubbed off lengendary tracks such as "Leave My Kitten Alone", which had never been issued, as well as the more interesting alternate takes in the vaults like "Norwegian Wood" take one. Also, many of the tracks he dubbed where stereo mixes of titles that at the time hadn't seen the light of day in stereo, or had seen limited release, such as "This Boy".

Meanwhile, the late Roger Scott, a well-known UK disc jockey, was enlisted to do the narration for the "Abbey Road" show, and was given copies of these dubs as well. Scott actually used some of the tracks from these dubs in 1984 (the same year Barrett died, in February) for a 12-hour radio show on the Beatles entitled "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". This material subsequently appeared (taken directly from the radio show discs) on the NEMS release "Not For Sale" in early 1985. Copies of some of the tapes made it into other hands one the Continent, who subsequently issued various series such as "Ultra Rare Trax" on Swingin' Pig, and Yellow Dog's "Unsurpassed Masters", based on the Barrett dubs, mixed with other sources.

However, much of the material dubbed off by Barrett went unissued... until now. Taken from the original cassette dubs, here are a bunch o' Beatles tracks you've never heard in this forum. They are all either different mixes, or significant upgrades from previous appearances, or in some cases, completely unissued.

While John Barrett's name may not be as lengendary in the Beatles' world as other researchers such as Mark Lewisohn, his initial work was the cornerstone for all that is now finally known about the Beatles' recording sessions. In tribute, we hope you enjoy these tapes ... hopefully John Barrett would be happy to know that his efforts were not in vain !

Trevor Osmond Williams, June 1999


Below are the 8 Volume CDs:






























Below is the 2 Volume set CDs:








Track Listing for 8 CD set:

The Beatles John Barrett's Cassette Dubs Vol. 1-8 (FLAC)


The Beatles John Barrett's Cassette Dubs Vol. 1-8

Source discs of 1982 John Barretts remixes on 16CD's


Vol. 1 - That Means A Lot:
01. Twist & Shout (US stereo mix)
02. She Loves You (RS1; Geoff Emerick)
03. She Loves You (RS2, version 2)
04. Please Please Me (UK stereo mix)
05. I'll Get You
06. I Call Your Name (US stereo mix )
07. All My Loving (with hi-hat intro - German "Beatles Greatest" version)
08. That Means A Lot (Take 20 & portion of Take 21)
09. That Means A Lot (Takes 23 & 24)
10. That Means A Lot ("test" take - unnumbered)
11. I'm Looking Through You (Take 4 - complete!)
12. We Can Work It Out (alternate stereo mix)
13. I Live For You - George Harrison (full version)
14. Dera Dera Doon - George Harrison (full version)
15. Gopala Krishna - George Harrison (complete full version)
16. Going Down To Golders Green - George Harrison (full version)
17. Nashville Freakout - Ringo Starr (longer version)
18. Pete Drake's Talking Steel Guitar (longer version)
19. What You're Doing (Take 11 - unedited)
20. Stormy Weather - Ringo Starr (slightly longer)


Vol. 2 - Los Paranoias:
01. Step Inside Love/Los Paranoias/The Way You Look Tonight - 9/16/68
02. Can You Take Me Back (from "I Will" take 19) - 9/16/68
03. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da (take 5) - 7/5/68
04. It's All Too Much (full version - RM2?) - 5/25, 31 & 6/2/67
05. It's All Too Much ("Yellow Submarine" version) "
06. Old Brown Shoe (take 2 - diff. mix than Anth. 3) - 2/25/69
07. All Things Must Pass (take 2 - mono - diff. mix than Anth. 3) - 2/25/69
08. Teddy Boy (RS1 by Glyn Johns 1/24/69) - 1/24/69
09. Teddy Boy (RS1 by Phil Spector 3/25/70) - 1/24/69


Vol. 3 - She Loves You:
01. She Loves You (RS2 by Geoff Emerick on 11/8/66)
02. She Loves You (released version)
03. From Me To You (vocal intro; stereo mix of 45)
04. From Me To You (harmonica intro; 1982 stereo remix)
05. Thank You Girl (without harmonica in middle - take 14 w/edit from take 30)
06. Thank You Girl (with harmonica in middle - called take 30)
07. That Means A Lot (RS 1 from take 1- done 2/23/65)
08. That Means A Lot (chat + end of Take 2)
09. That Means A Lot (mono - low reverb mix)
10. That Means A Lot
11. This Boy (RS 15 - 11/10/66)
12. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (take 1)
13. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (take 2)
14. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (take 4)
15. What You're Doing (Take 11) - 9/30/64
16. Yes It Is
17. I'm Looking Through You (take 1)
18. I'm Looking Through You (take 4 - alternate stereo mix)
19. Mr. Moonlight (Take 4)
20. Mr. Moonlight (1982 stereo remix)
21. 12-Bar Original (takes 1 & 2; major quality upgrade)
22. Penny Lane (RM6 from 1/9/67 - complete oboe version)
23. Penny Lane (RM11 w/trumpet end)
24. Strawberry Fields Forever (RM 3 from take 7 - 11/29/66; complete)
25. Strawberry Fields Forever (RM 9 from take 26 - 12/15/66; new vocal)69


Vol. 4 - How Do You Do It:
01. How Do You Do It? (unedited mono - diff. mix than Anth. 1) - 4/9/62
02. One After 909 (Take 2) - 5/3/63
03. One After 909 (master edit of Takes 4 & 5) - 5/3/63
04. Leave My Kitten Alone (Take 5) - 8/14/64
05. If You've Got Trouble (alternative original stereo master) - 2/23/65
06. That Means A Lot (mixed mono) - 2/20/65
07. This Bird Has Flown (Take 1 - original stereo master) - 10/12/65
08. I'm Looking Through You (Take 1)
09. Not Guilty (unaltered Take 102 - complete) - 8/12/68
10. What's The New Mary Jane (incomplete; remix w/overdubs)
11. Come And Get It (demo - alternate stereo mix w/double
tracked vocal) - 7/24/69
12. Rip It Up/Shake Rattle And Roll (Get Back session - 1/26/69)
13. Kansas City/Miss Ann/Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Get Back session - 1/26/69)
14. Blue Suede Shoes (Get Back session - 1/26/69)
15. Cannonball/Not Fade Away/Hey Little Girl (Get Back session - 1/26/69)
16. Mailman Bring Me No More Blues (Get Back Session - no fade)
17. 12-Bar Original (Take 2 - complete 1965 mono mix)
18. What's The New Mary Jane ("Sessions" version)
19. Mailman Bring Me No More Blues ("Sessions" version)
20. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Take 5, complete muddy stereo mix)
21. While My Guitar Gently Weeps ("Sessions" version; Take 1 - edit)


Vol. 5 - Odds & Ends:
01. Plastic Ono Band : "Slow Blues Jam" (studio jam)
02. Plastic Ono Band : "Fast Rocker" Ringo Starr - ""Beaucoups of Outtakes"
03. "The Wishing Book" (Beaucoups Of Blues outtake)
04. "Nashville Freakout" (short version)
05. "Stormy Weather" (Sentimental Journey outtake)
06. "Octopus's Garden" (alternate version for George Martin TV special)
07. "Wine, Women, Loud Songs"
08. "Coochy Coochy"
09. "I Live For You" 1969 (edited finished version)
10. "Dehra Dun" 1969 (shorter edited mix, different verse)
11. "Gopala Krishna" 1969, (shorter edited mix)
12. "Going Down To Golders Green" 1969 (finalized edited version)
13. "Get Back" 1969 (George's demo for Doris Troy)
14. "Pete Drake's Talking Steel Guitar" (edit version)


Vol. 6 - Abbey Road Video Show:
01. Love Me Do (Take 18)
02. How Do You Do It? (Take 2; excerpt)
03. I Saw Her Standing There (Take 2, 11 & 12)
04. Twist & Shout (Take 1 - RS1 - 2/25/63)
05. One After 909 (Take 4; incomplete)
06. Don't Bother Me (Take 11 & 12; incomplete)
07. A Hard Day's Night (Takes 2 & 3 - false starts; Take 9 - RS2)
08. Leave My Kitten Alone (Take 5; excerpt)
09. I'm A Loser (Take 8)
10. She's A Woman (Take 1, excerpt)
11. Ticket To Ride (Take 2)
12. Help! (Take 5; instrumental)
13. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (Take 1; incomplete)
14. I'm Looking Through You (Take 1; incomplete)
15. Paperback Writer (Take 2 - RS3; 10/31/66)
16. Rain (Take 7 - RS1)
17. Penny Lane (Take 9 - RS1)
18. Strawberry Fields Forever (medley - Take 1, 7 & 26)
19. A Day In the Life (with count-in)
20. Hello, Goodbye (Take 22 - RS2)
21. Lady Madonna (Take 4)
22. Hey Jude (Take 9; incomplete)
23. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (unedited Take 1; acoustic)
24. Because (Take 7; alt. mix with a capella first half)
25. #9 Dream (spoken intro by Ringo)


Vol. 7 - Get Back (ver.2):
01. One After 909
02. Link / Rock & Roll
03. Chat / Save The Last Dance For Me
04. Don't Let Me Down
05. Dig A Pony
06. I've Got A Feeling
07. Get Back
08. Let It Be
09. For You Blue
10. Two Of Us
11. Maggie Mae
12. Dig It
13. The Long And Winding Road
14. I Me Mine
15. Across The Universe
16. Get Back (Reprise)


Vol. 8 - Sessions:
01. How Do You Do It
02. One After 909
03. Leave My Kitten Alone
04. If You've Got Trouble
05. That Means A Lot
06. Norwegian Wood
07. I'm Looking Through You
08. Not Guilty
09. What's The New Mary Jane
10. Come And Get It
11. Shake, Rattle And Roll
12. Rock Jam
13. Blue Suede Shoes
14. Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
15. 12-Bar Original (Acetate)



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