|TMOQ Gazette Vol.1 - Get Back .... Continued ! - Front Cover|
|TMOQ Gazette Vol.1 - Get Back .... Continued ! - Centre Pages|
|Label||HMC (His Masters Choice)|
|Catalogue No.||HMC 013|
|Country Of Origin||Japan|
|Total Time||C.D. 1 - 79:48
C.D. 2 - 78:43
Yes, another Let It Be outtake collection, with hardly a thing on it we haven't heard before either.
But the slight difference with this set is the "ambient stereo", which actually doesn't hurt. I think it sounds quite good.
Still, the jury is out whether this is one you can do without ... if ... you have this stuff elsewhere.
The quality of the presentation of this set is really nice. Thick cardboard DVD-sized cover contains thick quality card 24 page booklet in book form, with nice artwork, informative script and the two c.d.'s housed in plastic built-in sleeves within each cover.
|No||Tracklisting||DDSI number and Comments||Time|
After Paul's laughing Get Back end (heard again on the last track on this set),
John sings, "Shoot me when I'm evil, shoot me when I'm good ...... "
The coda from this take was edited onto the end of 27.63 to create the single.
|2||Let It Be||These three tracks are from E.M.I. tape E91743 (picture from booklet above).
Unlike the rest of this set, this section is not from the Let It Be sessions, it's from January 4th 1970 when Paul, George and Ringo showed up to record overdubs onto Let It Be.
At start, the engineer says, "Rough Remix RS2" which confirms it's from the EMI tape above.
So, this Let It Be is definitely rough remix RS2 and is new to bootleg.
"Music During Session" is historically significant as it is the only new music from the Beatles last ever session - although John is missing.
(This has been heard before (Yellow Dog's "Get Back and 22 other songs"))
|3||Music During Session 1||3:17|
|4||Music During Session 2||3:07|
|5||Across The Universe||Take 2 as appears on Let It Be ... Naked, but minus some backing.
Tongue clicks from John can be heard before the start of the song.
|6||Old Brown Shoe||Take 2 - 25th February 1969
From The John Barrett tapes, although a tad extra at start and end.
At end, George says, "Wow, very fab" (or fat, or fast ...)
|7||I Me Mine||Take 16 RS1 - Recorded 3rd January 1970, RS1 5th January.
A waltz count-in, "1-tap-tap, 2-tap-tap, 3-tap-tap, 4 ...
|9||Sweet Little Sixteen||24.99||1:47|
|10||Around And Around||24.100||1:07|
At end, "I'd like to hear more bass"
|13||Stand By Me||24.102||2:39|
|14||Rip It Up||26.56||2:29|
|15||Shake, Rattle And Roll||26.57||2:00|
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
at end, "Shall we do Let It Be"
|17||Blue Suede Shoes||26.59||2:19|
|18||You Really Got A Hold On Me||26.60
An excerpt from this was used in the film Let It Be.
|20||Three Cool Cats||29.41||2:35|
Not Fade Away
Hey Little Girl
Peggy Sue Got Married
Thinking Of Linking
|24||Crying, Waiting, Hoping||29.52||2:41|
|25||Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues||29.53
A strangely edited and re-arranged version of this performance was issued on Anthology 3
Starts with John singing in Irish ditty style, "Teddy boy, I love your daughter ...."
|27||"You Won't Get Me That Way"/The Walk||27.83
It is the concluding part of The Walk that was heard on bootleg "Get Back" albums.
|No||Tracklisting||DDSI Numbers and Comments||Time|
|1||Because I Know You Love Me So||3.66||2:29|
|2||Gone, Gone, Gone||7.108||2:05|
|3||Suzy's Parlour (Suzy Parker)||9.40||2:25|
"Japanese" version - Paul sings, "Tatty Nagashima" at start.
|5||Let It Be||26.
A shouted count-in
|6||For You Blue||25.48
At end, "Just one ? .. is that the one ?"
George, "Glyn, how does it sound, you're the only one who can hear it all ?"
Paul starts off by himself, then the others join in during second verse.
A lovely run through. Paul re-starts it 2 or 3 times in different voices.
At 4:41 John says, "I've just heard that Yoko's divorce has just gone through,
... Free at last."
An edited excerpt of this Oh Darling eventually surfaced on Anthology 3.
|8||Don't Let Me Down||28.48
"Slate 408 on Camera A"
At end, John says, "She'd better not after all that !"
|9||I've Got A Feeling||27.84||4:17|
|10||Dig A Pony||28.37||4:02|
|11||Old Brown Shoe||28.56
At end, George says, "It'll probably be the last line on that verse."
|12||One After 909||29.45
At end, John says, "Some honky tonk"
|14||I Lost My Little Girl||25.18||9:46|
|15||Two Of Us||25.19||3:43|
|16||Maggie Mae, I Fancy Me Chances||24.41/24.42||1:32|
|17||Help !/Please Please Me||23.82/23.83||1:07|
|18||The Long And Winding Road||31.29
At end, Paul says, "Ok, do it again"
|19||She Came In Through The Bathroom Window||29.13||3:45|
|20||I Want You (She's So Heavy)||28.65||5:46|
|21||Get Back (Reprise)||28.43||0:39|