Track Listing - Disc 6. Watching Rainbows. Take This Hammer. Johnny B. Every Night. Dig a Pony. Watch You Step. New Orleans. Milk Cow Blues. Kokomo Arnold. Little Queenie. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Ernest R. Queen of the Hop. All I Want Is You. Track Listing - Disc 7. You Got the Message. I'm Ready. You've Got Me Thinking.
Octopus's Garden. Ringo Starr. Please Please Me. Ray Charles. Track Listing - Disc 8. Teddy Boy. Polythene Pam. I'm a Loser. She's a Woman. I Feel Fine. If You've Got Trouble. You're Gonna Lose That Girl. That Means a Lot.
I'm Down. Day Tripper. We Can Work It Out. I'm Looking Through You. Track Listing - Disc 3. Tomorrow Never Knows. Paperback Writer. Nowhere Man. Strawberry Fields Forever. Penny Lane. A Day in the Life. Good Morning, Good Morning. It's All Too Much. All You Need Is Love. Your Mother Should Know. I Am the Walrus. The Fool on the Hill. Lend Me Your Comb Cover The Honeymoon Song Cover The Hippy Hippy Shake Cover Searchin' Cover The Shiek Of Araby Cover I Just Don't Understand Cover That's All Right Mama Cover I Got A Woman Cover Sure To Fall Cover My Soul Cover So How Come Cover Some Other Guy Cover Sweet Little Sixteen Cover Glad All Over Cover What we're hearing is a group falling apart, because no one except McCartney really can be bothered.
We hear them rehearsing their not-too-brilliant new material over and over and over again. They just can't get the right feel, because no one gives a damn.
Lennon's too strung out and much more interested in Yoko and delivers his worst performances ever captured on tape, Harrison's a pain with his continuous guitar noodling even through discussions, and Starr just thumps along. McCartney's trying to make SOME sense out of it all and wants them to get it together to deliver some kind of Beatle product. He doesn't seem to realise the game's over. To me, this entire series is summed up by their rendition of House Of The Rising Sun, which sounds like a drunk barroom band.
Absolutely horrible! It's such a pity that the Beatles' worst sessions were recorded so extensively Review by: beatpark. Of course Day By Day doesn't make them obsolete, because they have quite of bit of B-roll material.
Cry for a Shadow is Lennon- Harrison. Very good, Paul. This may be a minor point for some, but this record is actually what is known as an acetate, which is an aluminum disc covered with a thin coat of lacquer. And yes, they tend to get noisy after too many playings. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly.
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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. John Lennon demo, summer Some scholars date this as a late seventies piano rendition. Bad To Me. Hold Me Tight. Take Don't Bother Me. Roll Over Beethoven. She Loves You. Twist And Shout. On Moonlight Bay. Cover by another artist.May 01, · Get Back Sessions Disc 1 Sun King - 3 January - GB Improvisation - 3 January - GB