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The Beatles - 1996 - Real Love EP

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)

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