|Get Back - Glyn Johns Final Compilation - Front Cover||Get Back - Glyn Johns Final Compilation - Back Cover|
|Catalogue No.||VT 182|
|Country of origin||U.S.A.|
|Comments:||(From The Rear Sleeve)
Vigotone is proud to present the final Glyn Johns compilation of the legendary unissued Get Back LP. Uncirculated before now, and assembled just one day after the last official Beatles recording session in January 1970, this lineup features notable differences from the more common Spring 1969 compilation on As Nature Intended. Also included are two bonus, previously unheard versions of "Teddy Boy", and informative liner notes and relevant photos.
The booklet enclosed with this set is very informative, comprising 32 pages, detailing recording notes and the full
life of the recordings for Get Back, the finished Let It Be album, and the bootlegs
(vinyl and CD) by Vigotone which have traced the full evolvement.
Note: For explanation of "DDSI" numbers see DDSI - An explanation (The numbers below are from the 2007 edition)
|No||Tracklisting||DDSI Numbers and Notes||Time|
|1||One After 909||DDSI no. 30.8 +
DDSI no. 30.9 ("Oh Danny Boy")
The only track from the Get Back album which used a recording from the "Rooftop Concert"
|2||Rocker||DDSI no. 22.58
A rock 'n' roll jam instrumental, that Paul bestowed this title on after ploughing through a
number of tapes in order to catalogue the large number of unlabelled tape boxes.
|3||Save The Last Dance For Me||DDSI no. 22.59
This was left on the album to maintain the "fun atmosphere of the whole session".
|4||Don't Let Me Down||DDSI no. 22.80||3:46|
|5||Dig A Pony||DDSI no. 23.70||4:04|
|6||I've Got A Feeling||DDSI no. 22:71||2:54|
|7||Get Back||DDSI no. 27.63 & 28.43||3:10|
|8||Let It Be||DDSI no. 31.64 with April '69 guitar overdub||4:05|
|9||For You Blue||DDSI no. 25.47||2:53|
|10||Two Of Us||DDSI no. 24.69||3:24|
|11||Maggie Mae||DDSI no. 24.49||0:42|
|12||Dig It||DDSI no. 24.85 (edited part thereof) +
DDSI no. 24.85 ("That was Georgie Wood")
|13||Long And Winding Road||DDSI no. 26.91||3:39|
|14||I Me Mine||Take 16, 3rd Jan. 1970 - "Are you ready, Ringo"||1:46|
|15||Across The Universe||Take 7, 4th Feb. 1968 - "Y'alright Ritchie ?"||3:29|
|16||Get Back||DDSI no. 28.43 - "Laughter" version - taken from the end of the film||0:45|
|Bonus Tracks :|
|17||Teddy Boy||DDSI no. 24.33 - Glyn Johns Remix March 1969||5:45|
|18||Teddy Boy||DDSI no. 24.33 - Phil Spector's Stereo Remix 1||4:27|
From The Booklet :
"I cannot bring myself to listen to the Phil Spector version of the album -
I heard a few bars of it once, and was totally disgusted, and think it's an absolute load of garbage."