Free As A Bird evolution 1977-94, Real Love evolution 1979-95 & Jam Sessions June 1994 01 - Raunchy 02 - Thinking Of Linking 03 - Blue Moon Of Kentucky 04 - Baby What Do You Want Me To Do 05 - I Will 06 - Dehra Dhun 07 - Ain't She Sweet 08 - Free As A Bird (John's Demo) 09 - Free As A Bird (Acoustic Mix) 10 - Free As A Bird (5.1 Center Channel) 11 - Free As A Bird (5.1 Front Channels) 12 - Free As A Bird (5.1 Rear Channels) 13 - Free As A Bird (Enhanced Mix) 14 - Free As A Bird (Video Mix) 15 - Real Love (John's Demo) 16 - Real Love (Acoustic Mix) 17 - Real love (5.1 center channel) 18 - Real love (5.1 front channels) 19 - Real Love (5.1 Rear Channels) 20 - Real Love (Enhanced Mix) 21 - Real Love (Single Mix, Original Speed) 22 - Real Love (Kevin Godley Mix) LINK
Yellow Submarine is the tenth album by The Beatles in the United Kingdom, released on Apple Records. It was issued as the soundtrack to the film of the same name, which premiered in Great Britain seven months prior to the album's release. Only one side of the album contains songs performed by the Beatles; of the six, four were previously unissued. "Yellow Submarine" had been simultaneously issued in 1966 as a single and on the album Revolver, and "All You Need Is Love" had been issued as a single in the summer of 1967. The second side features the symphonic film score composed by George Martin, in versions recorded specifically for the album. "All You Need Is Love" appeared in either mono or rechanneled stereo, ('fake stereo') on the US LP Magical Mystery Tour. It debuted in a true stereo mix on LP for this album. American cassette and 8-track tape versions featured "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" as an extra song on side two.
01 - Yellow Submarine 02 - Only A Northern Song 03 - All Together Now 04 - Hey Bulldog 05 - It's All Too Much 06 - All You Need Is Love 07 - Pepperland 08 - Sea of Time 09 - Sea of Holes 10 - Sea of Monsters 11 - March of the Meanies 12 - Pepperland Laid Waste 13 - Yellow Submarine In Pepperland
The Beatles - 1969 - The Alternate Yellow Submarine
Alternate mono & stereo mixes not released.
01 - Yellow Submarine 02 - Hey Bulldog 03 - Eleanor Rigby 04 - Love You To 05 - All Together Now 06 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 07 - Think For Yourself 08 - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club B 09 - With A Little Help From My Friend 10 - Baby You're A Rich Man 11 - Only A Northern Song 12 - All You Need Is Love 13 - When I'm Sixty Four 14 - Nowhere Man 15 - It's All Too Much 16 - Hey Bulldog 17 - All You Need Is Love 18 - When I'm Sixty Four 19 - Nowhere Man 20 - It's All Too Much 21 - She Can Talk To Me #1 22 - She Can Talk To Me #2
Hey Jude (original title: The Beatles Again) is a 1970 collection of non-album Beatles singles and B-sides, as well as "I Should Have Known Better" and "Can't Buy Me Love", two singles released by Capitol Records whose only previous American album appearance had been on the A Hard Day's Night soundtrack album which had been released by United Artists Records. The compilation was released in many countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, Germany, France, Greece, Japan, Mexico and most of South America. It was also available to other countries as an "export" from Britain but was not at first issued in Britain, although it was a popular import to the UK. Because of its popularity worldwide, Parlophone released Hey Jude in Britain on 11 May 1979. 01 - Can't Buy Me Love 02 - I Should Have Known Better 03 - Paperback Writer 04 - Rain 05 - Lady Madonna 06 - Revolution 07 - Hey Jude 08 - Old Brown Shoe 09 - Don't Let Me Down 10 - The Ballad Of John And Yoko LINK
The Beatles - 1969 - Abbey Road Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by The Beatles. Though Let It Be was the last album released before The Beatles' dissolution in 1970, work on Abbey Road began in April 1969, making it the final album recorded by the band. Abbey Road was released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom, and 1 October 1969 in the United States. It was produced and orchestrated by George Martin for Apple Records. Geoff Emerick was engineer, Alan Parsons was assistant engineer, and Tony Banks was tape operator. Abbey Road is regarded as one of The Beatles' most tightly constructed albums, although the band was barely operating as a functioning unit at the time. Rolling Stone magazine named it the 14th greatest album of all time. 01 - Come Together 02 - Something 03 - Maxwell Silver Hammer 04 - Oh! Darling 05 - Octopus's Garden 06 - I Want You (She's so Heavy) 07 - Here Comes The Sun 08 - Because 09 - You Never Give Me Your Money 10 - Sun King 11 - Mean Mr Mustard 12 - Polythene Pam 13 - She Came In Through The Bathroom Window 14 - Golden Slumbers 15 - Carry That Weight 16 - The End 17 - Her Majesty LINK The Beatles - 1969 - The Abbey Road Companion
Demos, outtakes and rough mixes recorded for the 1969 Abbey Road LP. 01 - Because 02 - Come and get it 03 - I want you (she's so heavy) 04 - I need you 05 - Something 06 - Something 07 - Maxwell's silver hammer 08 - Oh! Darling 09 - Octopus's garden - the long onehuge medley 10 - You never give me your money 11 - Sun king 12 - Mean mr. Mustard 13 - Her majesty 14 - Polythene pam 15 - She came in through the bathroom window 16 - Golden Slumbers 17 - Carry that Weight 18 - The End 19 - Her Majesty 20 - You never give me your money 21 - Golden Slumbers 22 - Because LINK
A collection of unreleased "work in progress" mixes and outtakes from Abbey Road album recording sessions. 01 - Come Together 02 - Something Jam 03 - Maxwells Silver Hammer 04 - Oh Darling 05 - Octopuss Garden 06 - I Want You 07 - Come And Get It 08 - Oh I Want You 09 - Because 10 - You Never Give Me Your Money 11 - Sun King 12 - Mean Mr. Mustard 13 - Her Majesty 14 - Polythene Pam 15 - She Came In Through The Bathroom Window 16 - Golden Slumbers 17 - Carry That Weight 18 - The End 19 - Aint She Sweet 20 - Something 21 - Maxwells Silver Hammer 22 - Octopuss Garden 23 - You Never Give Me Your Money At The Hop 24 - Golden Slumbers Carry That Weight 25 - The End LINK
German compilation of solo performances. 01 - I'm The Greatest - John 02 - A Love For You - Paul 03 - Tears Of The World - George 04 - I Call Your Name - Ringo 05 - You Didn't Mean It 06 - Cage - Paul 07 - God Save Us - John 08 - See The Sea 09 - Sea - Cornish Wafer - Storm - Sea - Paul 10 - Lay His Head - George 11 - Goodnight Vienna - John 12 - Hey Diddle - Paul 13 - Flying Hour - George 14 - Yvonne - Paul 15 - Shangai Surprise - George 16 - Be My Baby - John 17 - Abandoned Love - George LINK
01 - Two Of Us 02 - I've Told You Before, Get Out Of My Door 03 - I've Got A Feeling 04 - Don't Let Me Down 05 - All Things Must Pass 06 - (Medley) She Came In Through The Bathroom Window 07 - (Medley) Take This Hammer ~ Long Lost John
Untracked 2010 .flac remastered version. 01 - Maxwell's Silver Hammer 02 - Don't Let Me Down 03 - Hot As Sun 04 - Junk 05 - Polythene Pam 06 - Octopus Garden 07 - I Should Like To Live Up A Tree 08 - Zero Is Just Another Even Number 09 - What's The New Mary Jane 10 - Dirty Old Man 11 - Madman 12 - Watching Rainbows LINK
By 1969 the Beatles were tired,very tired. Also they were not exactly getting along. But 1969 yielded some of their most interesting music. This album shows us the end of the road for the Fab Four, who had long since given up the mop-top image. By 1969,the Beatles were fragmenting severely, but the music is what kept them together. Some of the things to check out on this album are "The Long Medley" Parts 1 & 2, which are from UNCUT & UNEDITED EMI Mastertapes. This is the original medley featured on side two of Abbey Road with "Her Majesty" where it belongs. There's also the Trident Studios Acetate of "I Want You" from 2-22-1969, with Paul handling the lead vocals on this Lennon song!. Also,check out the takes of "I Me Mine" from January.3,1970 and "Let It Be" from January.4,1970, both sessions with only Paul,George & Ringo together in the studio. John did not attend. George even mentions,"Dave Dee is no longer with us". Plus,Ringo by himself doing an overdub session on April.1,1970 for "The Long & Winding Road". 01 - Come Together (Take 1) 02 - I Want You (Trident Acetate) (2-22-69) 03 - I Need You (Trident Acetate) (2-22-69) 04 - Oh Darling (Early Version) 05 - Maxwells Silver Hammer (Alt Stereo Mix) 06 - Octopus's Garden (Early Stereo Mix) 07 - You Never Give Me Your Money (Unreleased Take) 08 - The Long Medley (Part 1) (7-30-69) (Emi Tape Reel) 09 - The Long Medley (Part 2) (7-30-69) (Emi Tape Reel) 10 - Her Majesty (Take 3) (Mono) (7-2-69) 11 - Kmet Los Angeles Radio (January 1970) 12 - I Me Mine (Take 1 1-3-70) 13 - I Me Mine (Mix Of Take 2 1-3-1970) 14 - I Me Mine (Acetate 1-3-1970) 15 - I Me Mine (Take 15) (1-3-70) 16 - Let It Be (Acetate 1-4-1970) 17 - Long & Winding Road (Overdub Session 4-1-70) LINK
Selection of Beatles Acetates 01 - Bad To Me 02 - One And One Is Two 03 - Twelve-Bar Original (complete) 04 - A Day In The Life 05 - Magical Mystery Tour 06 - The Fool On The Hill 07 - Blue Jay Way 08 - Your Mother Should Know 09 - I Am The Walrus 10 - Christmas Time (Is Here Again) 11 - Goodbye 12 - Something 13 - I Me Mine LINK
The Reeperbahn is a street in Hamburg's St. Pauli district, one of the two centres of Hamburg's nightlife and also the city's red-light district. In the early 1960s, The Beatles (who had not yet become world-famous) played in several clubs around the Reeperbahn, including the Star-Club, Kaiserkeller, Top Ten and Indra. Stories about the band's residencies, onstage and offstage antics are legendary; some stories are true (on a dare, John Lennon played a song set in his underwear, while George Harrison replied by playing a later set with a toilet seat around his neck), others inflated (the band urinating in an alley as nuns walked past was told rather differently later). A fellow musician, Ted "Kingsize" Taylor, made a crude tape recording of their last New Year's Eve show, at the Star-Club in December 1962; a cleaned-up version of the tape was later released as an album, later characterized by Harrison as "Awful." Famously John Lennon is quoted: "I might have been born in Liverpool - but I grew up in Hamburg".In memory of this time a Beatles-Platz was built at the cross of Reeperbahn and Große Freiheit.
01 - I Saw Her Standing There 02 - I'm Going To Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You) 03 - Roll Over Beethoven 04 - The Hippy Hippy Shake 05 - Sweet Little Sixteen 06 - Lend Me Your Comb 07 - Your Feets Too Big 08 - Where Have You Been All My Life 09 - Twist And Shout 10 - Mr. Moonlight 11 - A Taste Of Honey 12 - Besame Mucho 13 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 14 - Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey Hey ) 15 - Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Tree) 16 - To Know Her Is To Love Her 17 - Little Queenie 18 - Falling In Love Again 19 - Sheila 20 - Be-Bop-A-Lula 21 - Hallelujah, I Love Her So 22 - Ask Me Why 23 - Red Sails In The Sunset 24 - Matchbox 25 - I'm Talking About You 26 - I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate 27 - Long Tall Sally 28 - The Beatles I Remember You
01 - Revolution 02 - Yer Blues 03 - Not Guilty 04 - Lady Madonna 05 - Tomorrow Never Knows 06 - The Bus 07 - Strawberry Fields Forever 08 - Jealous Guy 09 - Mucho Mungomount Elgar 10 - Many Rivers To Cross 11 - How Do You Sleep 12 - Subterranean Homesick Blues 13 - One After 909 14 - Get Back 15 - Mail Man, Bring Me No More Blues 16 - The Walk 17 - Two Of Us 18 - Don't Let Me Down 19 - Save The Last Dance For Me 20 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 21 - Strawberry Fields Forever 22 - Dig It 23 - Let It Be 24 - Her Majesty
The Beatles - Get Back - With Don't Let Me Down And 15 Other Songs. Tracks 1-14: George Martin mix of Let It Be material (in fact Glyn Johns mix), Tracks 15-20: "bonus trakcs" live from the Apple Studios roof-top. 30 Jan 1969
01. One After 909 02. Rocker 03. Save The Last Dance For me 04. Don't Let Me Down 05. I've got A Feeling 06. Get Back 07. For you Blue 08. Teddy Boy 09. Two Of Us 10. Dig it 11. Maggie Mae 12. Dig It 13. Let it Be 14. The Long and Winding Road 15. Get Back 16. Dont Let me Down 17. Ive Got A Feeling 18. One After 909 19. Dig A Pony 20. Get Back
01 - Sie Liebt Dich 02 - Thank You Girl 03 - All My Loving 04 - Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand 05 - I'll Cry Instead 06 - And I Love Her 07 - Any Time At All 08 - I Feel Fine 09 - She's A Woman 10 - Yes It Is 11 - We Can Work It Out 12 - The Word 13 - I'm Looking Through You 14 - I'm Only Sleeping 15 - Tomorrow Never Knows 16 - Penny Lane 17 - She's Leaving Home 18 - Only A Northern Song 19 - Hey Bulldog 20 - Blue Jay Way 21 - Sexy Sadie 22 - Helter Skelter 23 - Not Guilty 24 - Across The Universe
What A Shame features numerous takes and versions of the John Lennon composition "What's The New Mary Jane" which was left off the White Album. 01 - Comment About Mary Jane 02 - Whats The New Mary Jane 03 - You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) (Original Test Pressing) 04 - Whats The New Mary Jane (Demo) 05 - Whats The New Mary (First Take) 06 - Whats The New Mary Jane #2 (Unreleased Album Sessions) 07 - Whats The New Mary Jane #3 (Overdubbed Version) 08 - Whats The New Mary Jane #4 (More Overdubbed) 09 - Whats The New Mary Jane #5 (More Overdubbed) 10 - Whats The New Mary Jane #6 (Final Session - Unreleased Single 1969) 11 - Whats The New Mary Jane #7 (Final Take) 12 - Not Guilty #1 13 - Not Guilty #2 14 - Not Guilty #3 15 - You Know My Name (Demo) LINK
A Toot and a Snore in '74 is a rare bootleg album of the final recording session in which John Lennon and Paul McCartney played together, which gained wider prominence when McCartney made reference to the session in a 1997 interview. Lennon did the same in a 1975 interview. The story is corroborated by biographies such as Christopher Sandford's 2006 McCartney. Also present, though possibly not playing, at the star-studded session were Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, and Klaus Voorman. Lennon was in his "lost weekend", kicked out of the house by Yoko for a year; thus he was with his girlfriend May Pang. Sandford paints the scene very vividly, as the room froze when Paul walked in, and remained perfectly silent until John said, "Valiant Paul McCartney, I presume?" Paul responded: "Sir Jasper Lennon [a character John played during an early TV appearance skit], I presume?" Paul extended a hand, John shook it, and the mood was pleasant but subdued, cordial but not especially warm (at least initially). Paul may (says Sandford) have encouraged John to repair his marriage with Yoko, possibly at Yoko's request.
01 - A Toot And A Snore 02 - Bluesy Jam Session 03 - Studio Talk 04 - Lucille 05 - Nightmares 06 - Stand By Me 07 - Stand By Me II 08 - Stand By Me III 09 - Cupid - Take This Hammer
Live at the BBC is a 1994 compilation album featuring performances by The Beatles that were originally broadcast on various BBC Light Programme radio shows from 1963 through 1965. The monaural album, available in multiple formats but most commonly as a two-CD set, consists of 56 songs and 13 tracks of dialogue; 30 of the songs had never been issued previously by The Beatles. It was the first official release by The Beatles of previously unissued performances since The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl in 1977, and the first containing previously unreleased songs since Let It Be in 1970. Although the songs were recorded ahead of broadcast, allowing for retakes and occasional overdubbing, they are essentially "live in studio" performances. Most of the songs are cover versions of material from the late 1950s and early 1960s, reflecting the stage set they developed before Beatlemania. Before the album's release, comprehensive collections of The Beatles' BBC performances had become available on bootlegs. Disc 1 01 Beatle Greetings [Speech] 02 From Us to You 03 Riding on a Bus [Speech] 04 I Got a Woman 05 Too Much Monkey Business 06 Keep Your Hands off My Baby 07 I'll Be on My Way 08 Young Blood 09 A Shot of Rhythm and Blues 10 Sure to Fall (In Love With You) 11 Some Other Guy 12 Thank You Girl 13 Sha la la la La! [Speech] 14 Baby It's You 15 That's All Right (Mama) 16 Carol 17 Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) 18 A Little Rhyme [Speech] 19 Clarabella 20 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You) 21 Crying, Waiting, Hoping 22 Dear Wack! [Speech] 23 You Really Got a Hold on Me 24 To Know Her Is to Love Her 25 A Taste of Honey 26 Long Tall Sally 27 I Saw Her Standing There 28 The Honeymoon Song 29 Johnny B. Goode 30 Memphis 31 Lucille 32 Can't Buy Me Love 33 From Fluff to You [Speech] 34 Till There Was You Disc 2 01 Crinsk Dee Night [Speech] 02 A Hard Day's Night 03 Have a Banana! [Speech] 04 I Wanna Be Your Man 05 Just a Rumor [Speech] 06 Roll over Beethoven 07 All My Loving 08 Things We Said Today 09 She's a Woman 10 Sweet Little Sixteen 11 1822! [Speech] 12 Lonesome Tears in My Eyes 13 Nothin' Shakin' (But the Leaves on the Trees) 14 The Hippy Hippy Shake 15 Glad All Over 16 So How Come (No One Loves Me) 17 I Feel Fine 18 I'm a Loser 19 Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby 20 Rock & Roll Music 21 Ticket to Ride 22 Dizzy Miss Lizzy 23 Medley- Kansas City-Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! 24 Set Fire to That Lot! [Speech] 25 Matchbox 26 I Forgot to Remember to Forget 27 Love These Goon Shows! [Speech] 28 I Got to Find My Baby 29 Ooh! My Soul 30 Ooh! My Arms [Speech] 31 Don't Ever Change 32 Slow Down 33 Honey Don't 34 Love Me Do 35 I Just Don't Understand LINK
The idea of re-doing some of Lennon's old songs apparently was inspired by former Beatles road manager Neil Aspinall and Harrison, who first requested some old demos from Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono. Then, in January 1994, McCartney came to New York City for Lennon's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. While there, he received at least four songs from Ono. According to Aspinall, it was "two cassettes" which "might have been five or six tracks." The remaining three band members focused their attention on four songs: "Free as a Bird", "Real Love", "Grow Old With Me", and "Now and Then". Of these, they liked "Free as a Bird" the most, and worked hard on it. McCartney said, "Ringo was very up for it, George was very up for it, I was very up for it." Eventually the song saw release as the first Beatles single since 1970. The remaining Beatles then turned their attention to "Real Love", a very hard work due to deficiencies of sound and speed in the original tape. This EP was released in 1996, including previously unreleased alternate mixes of Yellow Submarine and Here There And Everywhere and with Free As A Bird as a bonus track. 01 - Real Love 02 - Baby's In Black 03 - Yellow Submarine 04 - Here There And Everywhere 05 - Free As A Bird (bonus) LINK
A collection of Beatles rarities and Beatles covers DJ Dangermouse - Beatles - Jay Z - Allure Frank Zappa - I Am The Walrus George Harrison - Love Comes To Everyone Grow Old With Me (God Bless Our Love) - 1980 - Lennon's Last Song - (Milk & Honey) Oasis with Stereophonics - I'm Only Sleeping Rolling Stones & Beatles - Drift Away (Extremely Rare) The Beatles - Don't Let Me Down (Naked Version) The Beatles - Flying The Beatles - Help! The Beatles - If I Needed Someone The Beatles - Let It Be Naked - Across The Universe The Beatles - Let it be naked - Get back The Beatles - Let It Be Naked - One After 909 The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Acoustic) The Beatles - Wild Honey Pie LINK