FYI - The River Rhine Demos are the White album demos, nothing at all from Let It Be, just to let you know first. I know but series of the same publisher mean the more distant part I'm collecting bootlegs The Beatles according to the catalogue for the publisher rather than from what they contain.
Beatles Christmas Album. The Beatles – Hey Jude. The Beatles – Meet The Beatles!. The Beatles – Abbey Road. Final River Rhine Tapes. Studio Mystery Tracks Vol. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
The Early Tapes of the Beatles. The Early Tapes of The Beatles is the first digital repackaging of The Beatles' First, the 1964 German compilation album of Tony Sheridan and The Beatles recordings. The songs were recorded in Hamburg between 1961 and 1963. Most of the tracks feature vocals by Sheridan
The Lost Album' was born from the idea of gathering for the first time all the Beatles unreleased compositions, performed by themselves, as well as cover versions that were not included in any official album. Watching Rainbows' (only in the final part - jam) - added a bass overdub made by fan, using strictly the same Paul's model bass and strings. 'Hot As Sun' - features sea sounds (1) overdub to fill in the problems of the original tape.
The Beatles' rooftop concert was the final public performance of the English rock band the Beatles. On 30 January 1969, the band, with keyboardist Billy Preston, surprised a central London office and fashion district with an impromptu concert from the roof of the headquarters of the band's multimedia corporation Apple Corps at 3 Savile Row. In a 42-minute set, the Beatles played nine takes of five songs before the Metropolitan Police asked them to reduce the volume
Before beginning their recording career, the Beatles recorded a few tracks in Hamburg in 1961 as the backing group for British singer Tony Sheridan. Reissued in countless different packages around the globe after the Beatles became famous, this should in no way be considered their first album; not only were their skills rudimentary, but Sheridan takes all but one of the lead vocals on this set of fairly tame covers of popular and early rock standards.
A convicted debater could plausibly make the case that the Beatles aren’t the best rock band ever. What no one could reasonably argue, however, is that any other rock band has had its existence more closely dissected and analyzed. There are books - thick ones - devoted to tracking each day in the band’s brief existence, and the band’s recording archives have been almost as exhaustively picked over. In the decades since the band’s demise, Beatlemaniacs have been given three Anthology sets, two BBC albums, Let It Be alternate versions, and a Hollywood Bowl live album
The Lost Album' was born from the idea of gathering for the first time all the Beatles unreleased compositions, performed by themselves, as well as cover versions that were not included in any official album.