A huge database of Beatles (and other artists) bootlegs (incl. For now, it includes 5500+ discs. The Beatles: All files sorted alphabetically. All files by publisher. All files alphabetically.
1963 - Please Please Me. 1963 - With The Beatles. 1964 - A Hard Day& Night. 1964 - Beatles For Sale. 1967 - Sgt. Pepper& Lonely Hearts Club Band. 1969 - Yellow Submarine.
The third and final Anthology album, Anthology 3 was welcomed. Alternate tracks from The White Album, Let It Be, and Abbey Road. I especially like Paul's demo of Come and Get It, and John's "Let it Be session" revisit of Aint She Sweet, nearly 10 years after the original MGM release. The third and final Anthology album, Anthology 3 was welcomed. Alternate tracks from The White Album, Let It Be, and Abbey Road
The Bootleg Beatles are a Beatles tribute band. They have performed over 4,000 times since their establishment in March 1980. The band's first performance was at a small student gathering in Tiverton, Devon, England. Following more low-profile gigs, the band performed a 60-date tour of the Soviet Union; further tours followed in Israel, the Far East, the Middle East and India. In February 1984, they were invited to perform in the United States, to commemorate The Beatles' initial US tour 20 years earlier.
The three Beatles Anthology volumes released in the '90s were supposed to stop bootleggers. Okay, maybe not stop them, because the Beatles have been one of the world's most heavily bootlegged artists ever since unreleased session tapes started making the rounds in the late-'60s, as you'll see in our list of the Top 10 Beatles Bootleg Albums. And for most casual fans, they were enough. The Anthology albums did a fine.
The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.
This is the catalogue of my Beatles bootlegs' collection. It features unreleased songs, studio leftovers, demos or live recordings. The following material is not for sale, just for documentation. 3 volumes compiling some of the sessions commonly referred to as the "Get Back Sessions" from January 1969. A Toot And A Snore in '74. This recording is the last performance by Paul & John in a studio.
|1||–Paul McCartney||Mull Of Kintyre (Mike Yarwood Christmas Show - 10th Decembe 1977)|
|2||–Paul McCartney||Juggler (MPL Theme Music)|
|3||–Ringo Starr||Private Property (From MPL Film "The Cooler")|
|4||–Ringo Starr||Sure To Fell (In Love With You) (From MPL Film "The Cooler")|
|5||–Ringo Starr||Attention (From MPL Film "The Cooler")|
|6||–Ringo Starr||Wrack My Brain (Promo Film)|
|7||–Paul McCartney||Say Say Say (Promo Film)|
|8||–Paul McCartney||So Bad (Promo Film)|
|9||–Paul McCartney||Jam (Hot Seat - Paul Solo On Organ)|
|10||–Paul McCartney||Spies Like Us (Promo Film)|
|11||–Ringo Starr||Honey Don't (Carl Perkins Show Rehearsals)|
|12||–Paul McCartney||Ferry 'Cross The Mersey (This Is Your Life With Gerry Marsden)|
|13||–Paul McCartney||Stranglehold (Promo Film)|
|14||–Ringo Starr||Pop Goes The Diesel (Thomas The Tank Engine & Friends)|
|15||–George Harrison||Got My Mind Set On You (Arcade Promo Film)|
|16||–George Harrison||When We Was Fab (Promo Film)|
|17||–Paul McCartney||Entertainment (Entertainment Tonight)|
|18||–Paul McCartney||Ou Est Le Soleil? (UK Promo 7" Edit)|
|19||–Paul McCartney||Ou Est Le Soleil? (Disconet - Dennis Moyet Remix)|
|20||–Paul McCartney||This Town (Bastard Mix)|
|21||–Ringo Starr||Act Naturally (Promo Film)|
|22||–Ringo Starr||This Is The New Generation Of Old (Oldsmobile Advert)|
|23||–Traveling Wilburys, The*||Inside Out (Promo Film)|