Beatles : Anthology 1

CD [Cover Art for Beatles / Anthology 1] Your Price: $35.43
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Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 11/1995
Label: Capitol
Mfg's Catalog#: 34445
CDC Part#: 218004
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 Notes & Reviews
There are a lot of garbage cuts here. Not many quality recordings. I was very disappointed.
- Albert Graham, 02/20/1997, USA

Wasn't what I expected...
- Marisa Duarte, 11/23/1996, Brazil

Over 50 rare nuggets from the Fab Four's earliest (1958-1964) days, included the fabled Decca audition tape that the label, to it's eternal dismay, rejected, plus early Quarrymen recordings (That'll Be the Day), a version of Love Me Do with Pete Best on drums, a demo of Can't Buy Me Love, You Know What to Do (the second song George ever wrote) and many more essential, oft-bootlegged-but-never-sounding-so-good Beatles rarities.

Free As a Bird
We Were Four Guys... That's All
That'll Be the Day
In Spite of All the Danger
Sometimes I'd Borrow... Those Still Exist
Hallelujah, I Love Her So
You'll Be Mine
First of All... It Didn't Do a Thing Here
My Bonnie
Ain't She Sweet?
Cry for a Shadow
'brian Was a Beautiful Guy... He Presented Us Well
I Secured Them... a Beatle Drink Even Then
Three Cool Cats
The Sheik of Araby
Like Dreamers Do
Hello Little Girl
Well, the Recording Test... by My Artists
Besame Mucho
Love Me Do
How Do You Do It
Please, Please Me
One After 909 (Sequence)
One After 909
Lend Me Your Comb
I'll Get You
We Were Performers... in Britain
I Saw Her Standing There
From Me to You
Money (That's What I Want)
You Really Got a Hold on Me
Roll Over Beethoven
She Loves You
Till There Was You
Twist & Shout
This Boy
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Boys, What I Was Thinking
Moonlight Bay
Can't Buy Me Love
All My Loving
You Can't Do That
And I Love Her
A Hard Day's Night
I Wanna Be Your Man
Long Tall Sally
I'll Be Back (Demo)
I'll Be Back (Complete)
You Know What to Do
No Reply (Demo)
Mr. Moonlight
Leave My Kitten Alone
No Reply
Eight Days a Week (Sequence)
Eight Days a Week
Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey

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