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The Beatles LOVE audio streams are available here:
"Lady Madonna (LOVE Version)"
"Octopus's Garden (LOVE Version)"
"Strawberry Fields Forever (LOVE Version)"
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps (LOVE Version)"
"Tomorrow Never Knows (LOVE Video Version)"
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Enjoy, and let's start this thing off right. Here's the clip to the Beatles first appearance ever in America.
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Here is 27 seconds of The Quarrymen:
Listen to Inspite of All The Danger
The earlist recording by The Beatles (1958), the only composition ever credited to McCartney/Harrison in pretty decent condition. You can easily pick out who's voices are who's. For a complete description with picturess, go HERE
Paul McCartney Gets Back to the Beatles
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|PAPERBACK WRITER *VIDEO||TWO OF US *VIDEO|
|HEY JUDE *VIDEO||DAY TRIPPER *VIDEO|
|RAIN *VIDEO||FREE AS A BIRD *VIDEO|
|DON'T LET ME DOWN *VIDEO|
|COME TOGETHER *VIDEO|
|HELL BULLDOG *VIDEO||PENNY LANE *VIDEO|
|I FEEL FINE *VIDEO||TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS *VIDEO|
BOOTLEG BEATLE MP3'S
REHEARSAL AND UNFINISHED BEATLE MUSIC
This is John Lennon AND Paul McCartney singing Stand By Me TOGETHER in 1974! This was when John was drinking and hanging with Harry Nilsson. Not many people would believe this, let alone have actually heard it. Here it is: STAND BY ME
Take 7 (instrumental) of The Beatle's HELP!
George Harrison, solo acoustic version done in 1997 on VH1. Spur of the moment thing, most excellent!! All Things Must Pass
On Let It Be, the song One After 909 was supposed to be an attempt for The Beatles to return to their roots. I knew at the time that they said they wrote this song as teenagers and where recording it in the spirit of 'getting back', but I didn't know there was a 1962 recording of the song. Did you? This was recorded at the Cavern Club as a demo, so no screaming fans. Just a very early recording of One After 909, followed by I Saw Her Standing There, recorded the same day at the Cavern.
Click to listen to One After 909 1962 Cavern Club
Click to listen to I Saw Her Standing There 1962 Cavern Club
This is a very rare recording of MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR,
that personally, I think they should have used on the album!
SGT PEPPER by Jimi Hendrix
DAY TRIPPER by Jimi Hendrix
THESE ARE THE CHRISTMAS RECORDINGS THAT THE BEATLES RELEASED EACH YEAR TO THEIR FAN CLUB. THESE ARE VERY RARE, AND THE RECORDS THEMSELVES ARE VERY EXPENSIVE.
Presented here for research and educational purposes, with the full understanding that most fans will never otherwise have a chance to hear these recordings (without possibly spending thousands of dollars from a collector). I'll leave to the reader/listener to form their own opinions about the interaction of the group members year to year, leading up to the final year, 1969, where Yoko debuts on the last christmas message. (The year of Abbey Rd and the Beatles break up). These present a funny, intimate and (especially in hindsight) a very telling summation of each year in the life of the group. Keep in mind that Beatle albums were released at Christmas time (which is part of the magical feeling the albums hold for fans that got Beatle albums for Christmas).
FREE AS A BIRD VIDEO
Truly under-rated, hardly ever seen, yet the best music video ever made. Pure genius. And a here's just a little bit more info to let you know why!
NEW! The Birth of Beatlemania
On February 7, 1964 the Beatles made their first visit to America. On the same day just a year before, their first U.S. single had been a total flop. On this edition of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen explores the year leading up to the British invasion with Bruce Spizer, author of The Beatles Are Coming! The Birth of Beatlemania in America. Hear rare outtakes, unreleased versions of some Beatles classics and the story of their journey to America - a story often told... and often told wrong. © NPR