Beatles : Anthology 3

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Sell date: 10/1996
Label: Capitol
Mfg's Catalog#: 34451
CDC Part#: 218006
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 Notes & Reviews
-= A great collection of rare recordings by four of the greatest musicians/songwriters in the history of rock and roll!
- Joe Posada, 09/17/2007, USA

Nice to hear the 'rough' studio cuts leading to the masterpieces we're used to hearing. Also my favorite Beatles era.
- Miles Wroblewski, 11/27/1998, USA

The best of the anthology series. Many songs better than their releases on the 'regular' albums, especially those from 'Let It Be'.
- Fty, 04/03/1997, USA

Perhaps the most interesting of the series, Anthology 3 covers the period from May 1968 (with early demos recorded at George Harrison's home) through studio outtakes of the White Album, Let It Be and their final LP, Abbey Road. Also: previously-unreleased tracks including Paul's demo for Badfinger of 'Come And Get It,' John's experimental 'What's the New Mary Jane' and George's early demo of 'All Things Must Pass.' Other highlights: an alternate version of 'Helter Skelter' and an acoustic version of 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps.'

A Beginning
Happiness Is a Warm Gun
Helter Skelter
Mean Mr. Mustard
Polythene Pam
Glass Onion
Honey Pie
Don't Pass Me By
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Good Night
Cry Baby Cry
Sexy Sadie
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Hey Jude
Not Guilty
Mother Nature's Son
Glass Onion
Rocky Raccoon
What's the New Mary Jane
Step Inside Love/Los Paranoias
I'm So Tired
I Will
Why Don't We Do It in the Road
I've Got a Feeling
She Came Through the Bathroom Window
Dig a Pony
Two of Us
For You Blue
Teddy Boy
Medley: Rip It Up/Shake Rattle & Roll/Blue Suede Shoes
The Long & Winding Road
Oh! Darling
All Things Must Pass
Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues
Get Back
Old Brown Shoes
Octopus's Garden
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Come Together
Come & Get It
Ain't She Sweet
Let It Be
I Me Mine
The End

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