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ANTHOLOGY - BEATLES

11-12-1996

VINYL LP

Label: EMD INT'L

ANTHOLOGY

ANTHOLOGY 3
Anthology 3 documents the fractious Beatles years from 1968 to the end. Apple Records was launched ironically as the quartet were splintering into different units; to put it one way, they were increasingly solo artists appearing as session musicians on each others songs, or to look at it another way, they were already peering over the horizon at the post-Beatle world. There were no reconstructed and heavily overdubbed demos from which to create 'new' singles, but plenty of alternate takes from the white album, "Abbey Road", and "Let It Be" (with John spoiling the seriousness of a run-through of the title track by cheerfully calling Paul a bounder and a cheat!) as well as early versions of "All Things Must Pass" and "Not Guilty", which George wrote and later recorded properly on two of his solo albums in the 70s; and Paul's versions of "Step Inside Love" and "Come And Get It", which became hits respectively for Cilla Black and Badfinger. The others include a rock'n'roll medly included during the difficult "Let It Be" sessions - Jive Bunny, Status Quo, you weren't the first, were you - and an amusing version of "Get Back", with Paul ad-libbing vocals at the end just as the police were coming to order them off the roof during that famous last live open-air performance in January 1969. The main exclusive is John Lennon's "What's the New Mary Jane", a much-hyped 'rarity' which had been rumored as a possible Plastic Ono Band single at the time - featuring John, George, Yoko and roadie Mal Evans, but neither Paul nor Ringo. EMI. 2005.

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Anthology 3 documents the fractious Beatles years from 1968 to the end. Apple Records was launched ironically as the quartet were splintering into different units; to put it one way, they were increasingly solo artists appearing as session musicians on each others songs, or to look at it another way, they were already peering over the horizon at the post-Beatle world. There were no reconstructed and heavily overdubbed demos from which to create 'new' singles, but plenty of alternate takes from the white album, "Abbey Road", and "Let It Be" (with John spoiling the seriousness of a run-through of the title track by cheerfully calling Paul a bounder and a cheat!) as well as early versions of "All Things Must Pass" and "Not Guilty", which George wrote and later recorded properly on two of his solo albums in the 70s; and Paul's versions of "Step Inside Love" and "Come And Get It", which became hits respectively for Cilla Black and Badfinger. The others include a rock'n'roll medly included during the difficult "Let It Be" sessions - Jive Bunny, Status Quo, you weren't the first, were you - and an amusing version of "Get Back", with Paul ad-libbing vocals at the end just as the police were coming to order them off the roof during that famous last live open-air performance in January 1969. The main exclusive is John Lennon's "What's the New Mary Jane", a much-hyped 'rarity' which had been rumored as a possible Plastic Ono Band single at the time - featuring John, George, Yoko and roadie Mal Evans, but neither Paul nor Ringo. EMI. 2005.

Tracks
1Beginning
2Happiness Is A Warm Gun
3Helter Skelter
4Mean Mr Mustard
5Polythene Pam
6Glass Onion
7Junk
8Piggies
9Honey Pie
10Don't Pass Me By
11Ob La Di Ob La Da
12Goodnight
13Cry Baby Cry
14Blackbird
15Sexy Sadie
16While My Guitar Gently Weeps
17Hey Jude
18Not Guilty
19Mother Nature's Son
20Glass Onion
21Rocky Raccoon
22What's The New Mary Jane
23Step Inside Love/Los Paranoias
24I'm So Tired
25I Will
26Why Don't We Do It In The Road
27Julia
28I've Got A Feeling
29She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
30Dig A Pony
31Two Of Us
32For You Blue
33Teddy Boy
34Medley
35Long And Winding Road
36Oh Darling
37All Things Must Pass
38Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
39Get Back
40Old Brown Shoe
41Octopus's Garden
42Maxwell's Silver Hammer
43Something
44Come Together
45Come And Get It
46Ain't She Sweet
47Because
48Let It Be
49I Me Mine
50End
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EMD INT'L

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