Beatles Cd - The Sweetest Apples

 Beatles Cd  - The Sweetest Apples
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 Beatles Cd  - The Sweetest Apples
1. Revolution (Lennon/McCartney) 3:19 Mix (date unknown)

The Beatles "rough early mix".

Sounds like the TV version. 2. Yer Blues (Lennon/McCartney) 4:02 Rock 'n' Roll Circus 12 Nov 1968

The Beatles "Live on TV 12/11/68"

With Jagger, Mitchell & Clapton for the RNR CIRCUS. 3. Not Guilty (Harrison) 4:24 Alternate Version 9 Sep 1968

The Beatles "White Album outtake recorded 9/9/68 (George on vocals)" 4. Lady Madonna (Lennon/McCartney) 2:16 Alternate Version (date unknown)

The Beatles "Early different version" This is the version with the laughter at the beginning.

5. Tomorrow Never Knows (Lennon/McCartney) 2:55 Take 3 RS? 6 Apr 1966

Listed as an "early mix" but really an Outfake. It is in fact the LP version, -180 degrees out of phase.

6. The Bus (Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey) 0:43

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instrumental 28 Sep 1967

The Beatles "Unreleased song from "The Magical Mystery Tour - Sessions"

In fact, this is an excerpt of the extended mellotron part of "Aerial Tour Instrumental" take 8 RM1.

Featured in MMT movie. 7. Strawberry Fields Forever (Lennon/McCartney) 2:39



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 1 24 Nov 1966 SS.MMT.08.01 The wonderful take 1 ...

"First, different take". 8. Jealous Guy (Lennon) 4:06 (unidentified) (date unknown)

"completely different version of John's later solo single"

Lyrics are just like the CV version (not the CHILD OF NATURE lyrics) 9. Mucho Mongo/Mount Elgar (unknown) 3:46 (unidentified) (date unknown)

The Beatles This is a real medley because it goes from "Mucho Mongo" to "Mount Elgar" and then goes back to "Mucho Mongo" and then back to "Mount Elgar". Mucho Mongo (Lennon) 1:45 (unidentified) (date unknown)

Liner notes: "Unreleased songs recorded 1969, arrangements by John & Harry Nilson".

This was never recorded in 1969.

To be later released on Nilsson 1974 album. Mount Elgar (Lennon/Nilsson) 2:01 (unidentified) (date unknown)

The Beatles Liner notes: "Unreleased songs recorded 1969, arrangements by John & Harry Nilson".

This was never recorded in 1969.

To be later released on Nilsson 1974 album. 10. Many Rivers To Cross (Cliff) 4:55

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (unidentified) 1974

The Beatles "John's version of the Jimmy Cliff-classic, recorded in 1970 with Ringo on drums".

This was recorded for Nilsson "Pussy Cats". Ringo is on drums but it was certainly not recorded in 1970. A probable year is 1974.

This version is not like the home recordings found on the LLT. It's either an alternate take or the regular take. 11. How Do You Sleep? (Lennon) 7:58 Alternate Take (date unknown)

The Beatles "Early studio live take, John Solo"

This one beats the official version by far. 12. Subterranean Homesick Blues (Dylan) 3:13 (unidentified) 1974

The Beatles "Cover version of the Dylan classic, arranged by John, Ringo on drums".

Recorded for Nilsson's 1974 LP "Pussy Cats". Ringo on drums.

Not bootlegged anywhere else. 13. The One After 909 (Lennon/McCartney) 3:01

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 28 Jan 1969 GB28.07 The Beatles "Completely different version from 1969"

They seem to have a real good time (they laugh while playing). 14. Get Back (Lennon/McCartney) 2:17

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session German 27 Jan 1969 GB27.05 The Beatles "Rare version sung in German and French"

Not so rare version in fact (many many times bootlegged). German can be heard clearly (even though they make mistakes) but I don't hear a single word of French here. 15. Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (Roberts/Katz/Clayton) 1:52

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 29 Jan 1969 GB29.11 The Beatles "Unreleased song from the "Get Back" sessions".

16. The Walk (McCracklin/Gorlic) 0:54

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 27 Jan 1969 GB27.12 The Beatles Liner notes: "From an early acetate of "Get Back", nowhere else available".

Remixed by Glyn Johns for the first version of the "Get Back" LP. 17. Two Of Us (Lennon/McCartney) 3:39 Get Back Session 1969

The Beatles "Alternative version, John & Paul singing vocal harmonies" 18. Don't Let Me Down (Lennon/McCartney) 3:52 Alternate Version (date unknown)

The Beatles "Different, slow blues-version, feat. John on the majority of the vocal parts"

Not so different. 19. Save The Last Dance For Me (Pomus/Shuman) 0:42

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 22 Jan 1969 GB22.53 The Beatles Liner notes: "Get Back Session, jam featuring uncredited guests".

There is nothing like "uncredited guests".

This version was included by Glyn Johns on the "Get Back" LP. The "Don't Let Me Down" part has been edited out by the bootlegger. 20. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Lennon/McCartney) 2:42 Alternate Version (date unknown)

The Beatles "Never before released, totally different outtake version" 21. Strawberry Fields Forever (Lennon/McCartney) 3:13 Alternate Version (date unknown)

The Beatles "Different, sleepy a-capella-version". 22. Dig It (Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey) 4:18

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 26 Jan 1969 GB26.27 The Beatles "Longer, faster and more rhythmic version"

This is an edit of the 7-8 minutes long version. 23. Let It Be (Lennon/McCartney) 4:00 Get Back Session Jan 1969

The Beatles "Early version in a gospel-mood"

24. Her Majesty (Lennon/McCartney) 2:12

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get Back Session 24 Jan 1969 GB24.48 The Beatles A SURPRISE ! NOT IN BOOKLET !

Paul repeats lyrics 4-5 times (sometimes in a different order). Features drums by Ringo, slide guitar by John and