|TMOQ Gazette Vol.4 - Rehearsals at 3 Savile Row - Front Cover|
|Label||HMC (His Masters Choice)|
|Catalogue No.||HMC 016|
|Country Of Origin||Japan|
|Total Time||C.D. 1 - 78:59
C.D. 2 - 77:11
Another Let It Be outtakes set.
Having played it through, I can't think of any reason for this to be listed as essential !
The quality of the presentation of this set is as good as recent HMC sets.
|No||Tracklisting||DDSI Number and Comments||Time|
Brown-eyed Handsome Man
Short Fat Fanny
|3||My Baby Left Me/That's Alright Mama||21.31||4:37|
|4||Forty Days/Too Bad About Sorrows||21.45/21.46||3:00|
|7||There You Are Eddie||24.59||4:17|
Digging My Potatoes
Hey Lilly, Lilly Ho
Rock Island Line
Michael Row The Boat Ashore
Singing The Blues
At end, John says, "That was 'Can You Dig It' by Georgie Wood ...."
Take This Hammer
Long Lost John
Five Feet High And Rising
Bear Cat Mama
Black Dog Blues
Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo
Run For Your Life
High School Confidential
Great Balls Of Fire
Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
|13||River Rhine/Long And Winding Road||28.03||5:21|
|14||I Want To Thank You||23.56
This is Billy Preston during a break in rehearsals
|No||Tracklisting||DDSI Numbers and Comments||Time|
|1||Let It Be||25.81
At start Paul is playing the piano, George asks, "Do you know chopsticks"
At end, "Shall we hear it back ?"
John, clearly surprised, "Hear it back !?"
|2||Dig A Pony||21:47
At start, John: "All I want is you ... avec simplisimo"
At end, Paul; "Glyn would like us to do it one more time, shall we oblige him ?"
John then almost launches into Fats Domino's "I'm Ready", with one line heard.
|3||I've Got A Feeling||21.65
At end, John; Don't Let Me Down Baby"
|4||Don't let Me Down||21.66
Over 8 minutes of attempts at the song and rehearsals.
After first short false start version, John mentions "Bulldog Drummond",
After next break down, John; "I think you're all bloody stupid"
Then sings "Dicky Dicky Murdoch, Dicky-Doo"
|5||She Came In Through The Bathroom Window||21.78
Very slow lethergic version
"Slate 298 on B Camera"
This recording is just a composing run-through.
|7||Two Of Us||24.27
1-2-3-4, into a nice short take, George, "There was only one middle 8"
During next ptactice Paul sings, "Desmond had a barrow" as the song starts
|8||Dig A Pony||21.39 ?
Very heavy guitar start then a raw run through.
|9||Don't Let Me Down||22.46 ?
Paul sings a few lines, Billy on organ. Then a composing sequence.
Pauls says to John, "You should start on your own, then I join in"
John at start, "Just goung through the requests"
Mostly instrumental, but includes John singing Something.
at end, John, ok, shall we get on with the rock'n'roll show ?"
|11||The Long And Winding Road (Cha-cha)||26.85
Mock Spanish cha-cha version
At end, Paul, "Alright lads, that's enough, we could go on all bloody day."
An excerpt from this cha-cha version was used in the film Let It Be.
|12||Let It Be||26.74||3:59|
|13||Strawberry Fields Forever||27.02||2:09|
|15||Love Me Do||28.40||2:42|
|16||For You Blue||25.29
This track is all practice and discussion, with one amusing exchange:
Paul, "Yoko, can you just lift up the leg of your chair ?"
John, " ... and dance."
At 3:41 in, "Slate 343", Other quotes:
George, "Glyn, would it be possible for me to stand up, I prefer standing".
John, "I wish I could get a real steel".
at end, Paul; "It's nice, that key change" John; "What is it ?"
|18||Child Of Nature||24.22
At end John says, "Be nice to play Hawaiian on that."