Past Masters - Volume One

01. Love Me Do (Single Version)
02. From Me To You
03. Thank You Girl
04. She Loves You
05. I'll Get You
06. I Want To Hold Your Hand
07. This Boy
08. Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand (I Want To Hold Your Hand)
09. Sie Liebt Dich (She Loves You)
10. Long Tall Sally
11. I Call Your Name
12. Slow Down
13. Matchbox
14. I Feel Fine
15. She's a Woman
16. Bad Boy
17. Yes It Is
18. I'm Down


Past Masters - Volume Two

01. Day Tripper
02. We Can Work It Out
03. Paperback Writer
04. Rain
05. Lady Madonna
06. The Inner Light
07. Hey Jude
08. Revolution
09. Get Back
10. Don't Let Me Down
11. The Ballad Of John And Yoko
12. Old Brown Shoe
13. Across The Universe
14. Let It Be
15. You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)


1. Cry Baby Cry
2. Child Of Nature
3. The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill
4. I’m So Tired
5. Yer Blues
6. Everybody’s Got Something To Hide…
7. What’s The New Mary Jane
8. Revolution
9. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
10. Circles
11. Sour Milk Sea
12. Not Guilty
13. Piggies "edited out"
14. Julia
15. Blackbird
16. Rocky Raccoon
17. Back In The USSR
18. Honey Pie "edited out"
19. Mother Natures Son
20. Obla-Di Obla-Da
21. Junk "edited out"
22. Dear Prudence
23. Sexy Sadie


01 - I’m The Greatest
02 - A Love For You
03 - Tears Of The World
04 - I Call Your Name
05 - You Didn’t Mean It
06 - Cage
07 - God Save Us
08 - See The Sea
09 - Sea - Cornish Wafer - Storm - Sea
10 - Lay His Head
11 - Goodnight Vienna
12 - Hey Diddle
13 - Flying Hour
14 - Yvonne
15 - Shangai Surprise
16 - Be My Baby
17 - Abandoned Love


01 - Like Dreamers Do
02 - Hello Little Girl
03 - Love Of The Loved
04 - Three Cool Cats
05 - Crying, Waiting, Hoping
06 - Searchin
07 - The Sheik Of Araby
08 - Money
09 - To Know Her Is To Love
10 - Take Good Care Of My Baby
11 - Memphis
12 - Sure To Fall (In Love With You)
13 - Till There Was You
14 - September In The Rain
15 - Besame Mucho



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Bueno, como ya se me estaban quemando los papeles con bootleg subir, cosa que se me terminaron, vengo con esta película, esta en dvd rip, y bueno, disfrútenla..


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Never before released songs. All are Get Back sessions tracks.

Earlier issues were called 'Corn Of The Apple' after a translation error.

Reissued by an unknown bootlegger with ref# GR022851

The only "never before released" songs were only two of the versions of "Old Brown Shoe". The rest was available on numerous CDs, mainly Yellow Dog and "Songs From The Past".

Old Brown Shoe
Ramblin' Woman
I Threw It All Away
Mama You Been On My Mind
I Shall Be Released
For You Blue
For You Blue
Isn't It A Pity
Old Brown Shoe
How Do You Tell Someone
Old Brown Shoe
This Song Of Love
This Song Of Love
School Days (Ring Ring Goes The Bell)
Stand By Me
I Lost My Little Girl
Get Back
I've Got A Feeling
I've Got A Feeling
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Crazy Feet


Bueno gente, esto es lo nuevo del blog, espero que les guste, y dejen sus comentarios si les gusta el nuevo template que le puse... se llama "charcoal"...

en fin, saludos...

All live tracks.
1-4: Empire Theatre, Liverpool. Dec. 7, 1963.
5-9: Empire Pool, Wembley. Apr. 26, 1964
10-17: Festival Hall,Melbourne, Australia. June 17, 1964.(incorrectly labeled as 15 Jun): TV broadcast.
18-19: Empire Pool, Wembley. Apr. 11, 1965

All tracks have noticeable tape hiss, and some are incomplete due to tape glitches.

Booklet says "STEREO" on front, but all tracks are in mono.

I Want To Hold Your Hand
Money (That's What I Want)
Twist And Shout
From Me To You
She Loves You
You Can't Do That
Twist And Shout
Long Tall Sally
Can't Buy Me Love
I Saw Her Standing There
You Can't Do That
All My Loving
She Loves You
Till There Was You
Roll Over Beethoven
Can't Buy Me Love
Twist And Shout
Long Tall Sally
She's A Woman
Ticket To Ride



A Toot and a Snore in '74 is a rare bootleg album of the one and only jam session in which John Lennon and Paul McCartney played together after the break-up of The Beatles. First mentioned by Lennon in a 1975 interview[citation needed], details were brought to light in May Pang's 1983 book, Loving John, and it gained wider prominence when McCartney made reference to the session in a 1997 interview. Discussing with Australian writer Sean Sennett in his Soho office, McCartney claimed the 'session was hazy... for a number of reasons'. The story is corroborated by biographies such as Christopher Sandford's 2006 McCartney.

Recording history:
Lennon was producing Harry Nilsson's latest album, Pussy Cats, when Paul and Linda McCartney dropped in on the Burbank Studios session on March 28, 1974. They were joined by Stevie Wonder, Harry Nilsson, Jesse Ed Davis, May Pang, Bobby Keys and producer Ed Freeman for an impromptu jam session.

Lennon was in his "lost weekend" , separated from Yoko Ono and living in Los Angeles with May Pang. Sandford paints the scene very vividly, as the room froze when McCartney walked in, and remained perfectly silent until Lennon said, "Valiant Paul McCartney, I presume?" McCartney responded: "Sir Jasper Lennon, I presume?" ("Valiant Paul" and "Sir Jasper" were characters played by the two, in a televised Christmas play early in the Beatles's career.) McCartney extended a hand, Lennon shook it, and the mood was pleasant but subdued, cordial but not especially warm, at least initially.

What followed was not very productive. Lennon sounds to be on cocaine—he can be heard offering Wonder a snort on the first track, and on the fifth, asks someone to give him a snort. This is also the origin of the album name, where John Lennon clearly asks: "You wanna snort, Steve? A toot? It's goin' round." In addition, Lennon seems to be having trouble with his microphone and headphones.

Lennon is on lead vocal and guitar, while McCartney sings harmony and plays drums. Stevie Wonder sings and plays electric piano, Linda McCartney on organ, May Pang on tambourine, Harry Nilsson provides vocals, Jesse Ed Davis is on guitar, producer Ed Freeman fills in on bass, Bobby Keyes plays saxophone.

1. "A Toot and a Snore" 0:27
2. "Bluesy Jam" 2:33
3. "Studio Talk" 2:40
4. "Lucille" 5:59
5. "Nightmares" 2:38
6. "Stand By Me" - 2:18
7. "Stand By Me" 3:41
8. "Stand By Me" 6:04
9. Medley 3:10


This is the last concert performed by The Beatles.

The concert began at 8.00pm and lasted about 33 minutes.

Recognizing its significance, John carried a camera up on stage and took photographs of the other Beatles, as well as of himself from armslength.

Paul did the same and asked NEMS Enterprises press officer Tony Barrow to make an audio cassette recording of the performance.

Unfortunately, the cassette lasted only 30 minutes per side and was not flipped that's why the last song (Long Tall Sally) is incomplete.

[Source: Lewisohn, Complete Beatles Chronicle]

Rock And Roll Music
She's A Woman
If I Needed Someone
Day Tripper
Baby's In Black
I Feel Fine
I Wanna Be Your Man
Nowhere Man
Paperback Writer
Long Tall Sally



Three Cool Cats
Crying, Waiting, Hoping
Besame Mucho
Sheik Of Araby
Money (That's What I Want)
To Know Her Is To Love Her
Take Good Care Of My Baby
Memphis Tennesse
Sure To Fall
Till There Was You
September In The Rain


Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, co- owned by Michael Jackson and Sony Corp., will keep control of Beatles songs following the pop singer’s death, said a person with knowledge of the venture’s plans.

Jackson, who died June 25 at age 50 in Los Angeles, owned 50 percent of Sony/ATV, which holds rights to more than 200 songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, as well Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond and others. His stake is worth about $1 billion, said Ivan Thornton, a private-wealth adviser who has worked with Jackson and his family.

Sony/ATV will continue to hold the Lennon and McCartney catalog, said the person, who asked not to be named because the matter isn’t public. The U.K.’s Daily Mirror reported in January that Jackson planned to leave the Beatles rights to McCartney in his will to heal a rift between the musicians. Jackson paid $47.5 million in 1985 to buy the ATV catalog, outbidding McCartney and Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono.

“Michael was very proud of this partnership,” Martin Bandier, chief executive officer of Sony/ATV Music Publishing, said yesterday in an e-mail. “For him this was about really honing his business skills in an area that he loved.”

Bandier declined to comment further. Paul Freundlich, the New York-based press contact for McCartney, didn’t respond to a phone call or e-mailed message seeking comment yesterday on the status of the Beatles rights.

“I feel privileged to have hung out and worked with Michael,” McCartney said in a statement posted on his Web site. “He was a massively talented boy man with a gentle soul. His music will be remembered forever and my memories of our time together will be happy ones.”

Sony Option

Publishers license music and collect royalties, ensuring the owners get paid when a song is used commercially, such as in a live performance or in a television advertisement. Publishers such as Sony/ATV can also be copyright owners.

In 1995, Jackson merged the ATV collection with Sony Corp.- owned recordings to create Sony/ATV, said Jimmy Asci, a Sony/ATV spokesman. In 2006, Jackson gave Sony an option to buy half of his 50 percent stake in Sony/ATV, allowing the singer to refinance $300 million of loans.

Jackson’s entertainment attorney, Joel Katz, said in an e- mail that he is traveling to Los Angeles to be with the performer’s family and will meet with “many of his professional associates.” He declined to provide further details.

“Michael Jackson was a perfectionist and his business affairs are worldwide,” Katz said in the statement. “Many of them are quite ongoing and will be dealt with appropriately.”

Sales Spike

Jackson’s solo albums “Off the Wall,” “Thriller,” “Bad,” “Dangerous” and “HIStory,” were recorded with Sony’s Epic Records and are among the top-sellers of all time, the Tokyo-based company said yesterday in a statement.

He sold 750 million records worldwide and released 13 No. 1 singles, Sony said. Warner Music Group Corp. owns publishing rights to Jackson’s music, according to spokesman Will Tanous in New York.

Sony said it may boost production of the singer’s CDs after receiving “unprecedented” orders. The company’s music unit in Tokyo received orders for about 150,000 CDs related to the singer, according to Yoshikazu Takahashi, a spokesman for Sony Music Entertainment Japan Inc.

Albums featuring Jackson occupied the top 16 rankings for best-selling music at Inc. late yesterday in New York, according to the Seattle-based online retailer’s Web site.

“His business mind was fascinating,” Thornton said in an interview. “We’d go to meetings with bankers and Wall Street people and once I explained the language to him, he totally got it. There was no formal education there, but his natural knack was off the charts.”
Bueno gente, vengo con otro bootleg, en este caso Gone Tomorrow, Here Today, muy bueno, muchos blackbirds para escuchar, en realidad son 20 temas, nada mas que los puse todos separados, porque en algunos estan los BlackBirds y los studio talks, pero quedaba mal armado el post, y los puse todos por separado. pero son menos de los que se ven, y en algunos casos le hace dos blackbirds en uno.. saludos y hasta otra..

Track List:
Hey Jude
Dear Prudence
Studio Talk
Studio Talk
Helter Skelter
Studio Talk
Gone Tomorrow Here Today
Studio Talk
Studio Talk
Studio Talk
Studio Talk
Mother Nature's Son
Studio Talk
Dear Prudence


A BEATLES fan from Salisbury who sold a unique letter from George Harrison for £7,500 may have thrown away other letters and memorabilia that could have been worth a small fortune.

Lynn Smith, 63, was a huge fan of the Liverpool group as a teenager living in London, and she and her friends would go to concerts and travel everywhere to try to get a glimpse of their heroes, and collect anything and everything to do with them.

She said: “One of my friends once took a jacket belonging to John Lennon but her mum found out and made her post it back because it was stealing.

“I wrote to all of them at different times and got numerous letters back but, about 30 years ago, I had a real clear out and put some letters and stuff into a box and forgot about it.”

Last year Mrs Smith unearthed the box and in it found a three-page letter from Harrison, who died in 2001, giving all sorts of insights into life for The Beatles in 1963, at the start of their meteoric rise to fame and Beatlemania.

But there was no sign of the other letters.

“The letter from George was the only one I still had. He was my favourite, which is why I kept it. I can’t remember for sure what others I had but I’m sure I had a letter from Paul McCartney.”

The letter from Harrison was written from a hotel in Bournemouth, where the Fab Four were doing a six-day stint at the town’s Gaumont Theatre, now the Odeon Cinema.

In response to questions asked by his fan, Harrison details the harmonies he sings in She Loves You and the B-side track I’ll Get You – admitting to singing the wrong words in the middle part of the latter.

Clearly accused by his fan of keeping Ringo Starr hidden at the back of the stage, George goes on to insist that he, McCartney and John Lennon had in fact tried to push Ringo into the limelight by offering to play the drums for some numbers so he could join in the dance routines and singing.

Ringo, it appears, politely declined. In George’s opinion, “I think he was scared”.

One of the most personal insights into what performing with the Beatles was like is revealed when George gently chastises his correspondent for throwing jelly babies and wine gums at their concerts: “think how we feel trying to dodge the stuff before you throw some more... I was hit in the eye once with a boiled sweet, and it’s not funny!”

At auction the letter made ten times what it was expected to.

Mrs Smith said: “I did think hard about selling it but I have some signed photos which I’m hanging on to.”

The letter was sold by Salisbury auctioneers Woolley and Wallis, where it made ten times the amount it was expected to go for.

Mrs Smith said: “I never expected it to get that much. I did think hard about selling it but I have some signed photos, which I’m hanging on to. At least if someone pays that amount of money you know they really want it and they’re going to look after it.”
Bueno gente, después de unos días de descanso... vengo con estos extraños mixes.. esta bien diría yo... lanzado en 1999 publicado por Undercover... goza de una buena calidad de sonido.. es todo por hoy.. saludos..

My Bonnie
Sweet Georgia Brown
Ain't She Sweet
Please Please Me
Hold Me Tight
Can't Buy Me Love
If You've Got Trouble
Think For Yourself
The Word
Paperback Writer
You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Helter Skelter
Glass Onion
Don't Pass Me By
Yer Blues
Helter Skelter
Revolution 9
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
I Me Mine