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Various Artists - VARIOUS - The Complete Songs The Beatles Gave Away - Vol.2 CD 3

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Fred Records
Reference :CDFRED016-1
Date :2001
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Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 71:36

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Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Rock Of All Ages(Evans/Ham/Gibbins)
3:17
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
18 Sep 1969
Apple Album "Magic Christian Music" SAPCOR 12
Badfinger
2.
Ain't That Cute(Harrison/Troy)
03:52
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple Album "Doris Troy" SAPCOR 13
Doris Troy
Doris Troy had a big hit in 1963 with the original version of Just One Look.
By 1969 she was one of the most sought after backing singers in the U.K.
It was while she was singing backing vocals on Billy Preston's first Apple album that she came to the attention of George Harrison who subsequently signed her to the label.
He helped produce, played guitar on and helped write the above recordings.
Ringo also played drums on many of these tracks.
An early version of Give Me Back My Dynamite (backing track -included on the CD reissue of the Doris Troy album) has not been included here as George only contributed Lyrically to the song.
3.
You Give Me Joy Joy(Harrison/Starkey/Troy/Stills)
3:39
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple Album "Doris Troy" SAPCOR 13
Doris Troy
Doris Troy had a big hit in 1963 with the original version of Just One Look.
By 1969 she was one of the most sought after backing singers in the U.K.
It was while she was singing backing vocals on Billy Preston's first Apple album that she came to the attention of George Harrison who subsequently signed her to the label.
He helped produce, played guitar on and helped write the above recordings.
Ringo also played drums on many of these tracks.
An early version of Give Me Back My Dynamite (backing track -included on the CD reissue of the Doris Troy album) has not been included here as George only contributed Lyrically to the song.
4.
Give Me Back My Dynamite(Harrison/Troy)
4:55
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple Album "Doris Troy" SAPCOR 13
Doris Troy
Doris Troy had a big hit in 1963 with the original version of Just One Look.
By 1969 she was one of the most sought after backing singers in the U.K.
It was while she was singing backing vocals on Billy Preston's first Apple album that she came to the attention of George Harrison who subsequently signed her to the label.
He helped produce, played guitar on and helped write the above recordings.
Ringo also played drums on many of these tracks.
An early version of Give Me Back My Dynamite (backing track -included on the CD reissue of the Doris Troy album) has not been included here as George only contributed Lyrically to the song.
5.
Gonna Get My Baby Back(Harrison/Troy/Starkey/Stills)
2:18
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple Album "Doris Troy" SAPCOR 13
Doris Troy
Doris Troy had a big hit in 1963 with the original version of Just One Look.
By 1969 she was one of the most sought after backing singers in the U.K.
It was while she was singing backing vocals on Billy Preston's first Apple album that she came to the attention of George Harrison who subsequently signed her to the label.
He helped produce, played guitar on and helped write the above recordings.
Ringo also played drums on many of these tracks.
An early version of Give Me Back My Dynamite (backing track -included on the CD reissue of the Doris Troy album) has not been included here as George only contributed Lyrically to the song.
6.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
03:08
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple 28
Doris Troy
7.
Jacob's Ladder(Traditional)
02:59
Song
Version details available
Regular
Oct 1969
Beatles Related
Apple Album "Doris Troy" SAPCOR 13
Doris Troy
Doris Troy had a big hit in 1963 with the original version of Just One Look.

By 1969 she was one of the most sought after backing singers in the U.K.

It was while she was singing backing vocals on Billy Preston's first Apple album that she came to the attention of George Harrison who subsequently signed her to the label.

He helped produce, played guitar on and helped write the above recordings.

Ringo also played drums on many of these tracks.

An early version of Give Me Back My Dynamite (backing track -included on the CD reissue of the Doris Troy album) has not been included here as George only contributed Lyrically to the song.
8.
Mother Nature's Son(Lennon/McCartney)
02:42
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
1969
Harry Nilsson
RCA Album "Harry" SF 8046
Harry Nilsson.
Harry Nilsson's third album, "Harry" also contained a Beatle cover.

Soon afterwards his albums would include not just Beatle songs but guest appearances too.
9.
Sing One For The Lord(Harrison/Preston)
03:48
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
Jun 1970
Billy Preston
Apple Album "Encouraging Words" SAPCOR 14
Billy Preston
As Billy's first album on Apple had not been a major success George Harrison offered him some assistance with his second album "Encouraging Words",

letting Billy record My Sweet Lord and All Things Must Pass at around the same time he recorded his own versions (probably even before).

He also helped co write Sing One For The Lord.

Having played on the original version of I've Got A Feeling, Billy recorded his own version for this album.

Although it is not a contribution as such, it is included here as it was an "Authorized" contribution.

George also plays guitar on many of these tracks, which in some cases feature Ringo on drums.
10.
All Things Must Pass(Harrison)
03:42
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
Jun 1970
Billy Preston
Apple Album "Encouraging Words" SAPCOR 14
Billy Preston
As Billy's first album on Apple had not been a major success George Harrison offered him some assistance with his second album "Encouraging Words",

letting Billy record My Sweet Lord and All Things Must Pass at around the same time he recorded his own versions (probably even before).

He also helped co write Sing One For The Lord.

Having played on the original version of I've Got A Feeling, Billy recorded his own version for this album.

Although it is not a contribution as such, it is included here as it was an "Authorized" contribution.

George also plays guitar on many of these tracks, which in some cases feature Ringo on drums.
11.
I've Got A Feeling(Lennon/McCartney)
2:51
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
Jun 1970
Billy Preston
Apple Album "Encouraging Words" SAPCOR 14
Billy Preston
As Billy's first album on Apple had not been a major success George Harrison offered him some assistance with his second album "Encouraging Words",

letting Billy record My Sweet Lord and All Things Must Pass at around the same time he recorded his own versions (probably even before).

He also helped co write Sing One For The Lord.

Having played on the original version of I've Got A Feeling, Billy recorded his own version for this album.

Although it is not a contribution as such, it is included here as it was an "Authorized" contribution.

George also plays guitar on many of these tracks, which in some cases feature Ringo on drums.
12.
My Sweet Lord(Harrison)
3:21
Song
Version details available
Regular
Stereo
Jun 1970
Billy Preston
Apple Album "Encouraging Words" SAPCOR 14
Billy Preston
As Billy's first album on Apple had not been a major success George Harrison offered him some assistance with his second album "Encouraging Words",

letting Billy record My Sweet Lord and All Things Must Pass at around the same time he recorded his own versions (probably even before).

He also helped co write Sing One For The Lord.

Having played on the original version of I've Got A Feeling, Billy recorded his own version for this album.

Although it is not a contribution as such, it is included here as it was an "Authorized" contribution.

George also plays guitar on many of these tracks, which in some cases feature Ringo on drums.
13.
I'm Your Spiritual Breadman(Ashton)
3:15
Song
Version details available
Regular
RS Edit Of Takes 15&22
Jul 1970
Beatles Related
Capitol Album "The Worst of Ashton Gardener & Dyke" ST 583
Ashton Gardener & Dyke.
Ashton Gardener and Dyke were the support band on the Delaney and Bonny tour in 1969 that included George Harrison amongst their numbers.
Several months later George helped record this song, playing lead guitar, producing and assisted with the lyrics on this song.
Tony Ashton and Roy Dyke had previously been members of the Remo Four who had sung the Wonderwall soundtrack song "In The First Place" Produced by George.
14.
Monkberry Moon Delight(McCartney/McCartney)
03:19
Song
Version details available
Regular
Jan 1971
Beatles Related
Red Lightnin' Album "Screamin' the Blues" RLCD075
Screamin' Jay Hawkins.
15.
Try Some, Buy Some(Harrison)
04:11
Song
Version details available
Regular
Feb 1971
Beatles Related
Apple 33
Ronnie Spector
After his work on Let It Be in 1970 Phil Spector became an unofficial A&R man for Apple records.

He was employed with the condition that his wife Ronnie would record for the label.

Close to an albums worth of material was recorded but only one single was actually released.

George would later re-use some of the backing track from these songs for his own recordings.
16.
Tandoori Chicken(Harrison/Spector)
02:16
Song
Version details available
Regular
Feb 1971
Beatles Related
Apple 33
Ronnie Spector
After his work on Let It Be in 1970 Phil Spector became an unofficial A&R man for Apple records.
He was employed with the condition that his wife Ronnie would record for the label.
Close to an albums worth of material was recorded but only one single was actually released.
George would later re-use some of the backing track from these songs for his own recordings.
17.
Hurdy Gurdy Man(Leitch)
06:06
Song
Version details available
Concert
New York
1971
Donovan
Permanent Album "Donovan Rising" PERMCD 2
Donovan.
Donovan wrote this song whilst in India at the Maharishi's camp with the Beatles.

George Harrison contributed a verse, but due to time constraints it was cut out of the final version.

When Donovan performed the song live at Carnegie hall he included the previously unheard verse.
18.
Sue Me Sue You Blues(Harrison)
02:44
Song
Version details available
Regular
1971
Beatles Related
Atlantic Album "Uulu" K40329
Jesse Ed Davis.
George gave this song to Jessie Ed Davis a full year and a half before he released his own version
(it may well have been to sensitive for him to issue the song himself in 1971)
19.
God Save Us(Lennon/Ono)
3:10
Song
Version details available
Regular
1 Jun 1971
Beatles Related
Apple 36
Elastic Oz Band
John Lennon formed the Elastic Oz Band in an attempt to lend support to the leftist under-ground British magazine OZ.
Several of its editors were sentenced to fifteen months in prison for violating The Obscene Publications Act.
John, along with Yoko, Phil Spector and The Beatles' assistant Mal Evans, produced a benefit single to help pay the legal expenses of the defendants' appeal of the court's ruling.
A version of God Save Us, featuring Lennon on lead vocals exists but John did not want to give the impression that the benefit record was to be his latest single, so he decided not to use his vocal track.
Bill Elliot replaced his vocal. Elliott recorded his vocal overdubs at Apple Studios.
20.
The Hold Up(Harrison/Bromberg)
3:01
Song
Version details available
Regular
1971
Beatles Related
Columbia Album "David Bromberg" C 31104
David Bromberg and George Harrison appeared together on the David Frost TV show on December 3, 1971, performing the song The Holdup.
George and David mentioned during the show that they had composed the song over Thanksgiving the year before.
According to Bromberg, The Holdup was written in Englewood, NJ, with George Harrison in about a half an hour.
"It just came out of us". It was recorded live in Philadelphia, and George overdubbed the slide guitar part at a church in New York City, that is still Columbia's largest studio.
George isn't credited. The second version, a studio recording, does not include Harrison's slide guitar but is included here for his writing credit.
21.
The Hold Up(Harrison/Bromberg)
3:02
Song
Version details available
Regular
1971
Beatles Related
Columbia Album "Wanted Dead or Alive" C 32717
David Bromberg and George Harrison appeared together on the David Frost TV show on December 3, 1971, performing the song The Holdup.
George and David mentioned during the show that they had composed the song over Thanksgiving the year before.
According to Bromberg, The Holdup was written in Englewood, NJ, with George Harrison in about a half an hour.
"It just came out of us". It was recorded live in Philadelphia, and George overdubbed the slide guitar part at a church in New York City, that is still Columbia's largest studio.
George isn't credited. The second version, a studio recording, does not include Harrison's slide guitar but is included here for his writing credit.
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: hkbOn 12 Mar 2004 at 22:24 CET
super set of cd's
Review by: Mondays ChildOn 19 Feb 2006 at 20:48 CET
Not my favorite volume in the series, but essential if only for Screamin' Jay Hawkins' "Monkbeery Moon Delight". Absolutely brilliant!


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