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The Beatles - Artifacts III - CD 1 - Not Fade Away: 1969-1971

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Publisher: Big Music
Reference :BIG 4033
Date :1995
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This box set includes the following compact discs:

NOT FADE AWAY 1969 - 1971 SUE ME SUE YOU 1972 - 1975 AS TIME GOES BY 1976 - 1980 FREE AS A BIRD 1981 - 1994

When Paul McCartney "officially" announced the breakup of The Beatles in March 1970, it came as a shock to millions of Beatles fans. However, those who closely followed the Fab Four were not surprised.
Dissention among the band had begun as early as 1968 during the recording of the White Album.
The White Album was clearly a collection of solo songs released as The Beatles. Many of the songs were recorded by only two or three of The Beatles and some- times only by the song's author. By the time "Let It Be" was being produced, it was clear The Beatles' days were numbered. Somehow, though, John, Paul, George and Ringo were able to go back into the studio and record their finest album, "Abbey Road". But the magic which brought them together to record "Abbey Road" could not be recreated again and the end of The Beatles became a sad reality. Thankfully, the music did not end. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr continued to write, record and perform hundreds of hours of music after the breakup. Life and music goes on...bra!
As performers, artists and songwriters their careers saw many ebbs and flows. Each would realise great successes as well as some public and private failures. Throughout it all the ex-Beatles could never escape The Beatles' shadow. Rumours of Beatles reunions went on for years until finally all hope of a reunion died with the senseless murder of John Ono Lennon in 1980.
ARTIFACTS III is a small sampling of rare and unreleased songs chronologically arranged to allow a perspective of where the ex-Beatles were musically and ideologically during similar time periods. For instance, in 1971 while John was singing "Imagine", Paul was recording "Back Seat Of My Car". Ringo sang "It Don't Come Easy" and George was performing for the Concerts for Bangla Desh. So sit back and enjoy the latest edition of ARTIFACTS: THE SOLO YEARS.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
Long before Paul declared The Beatles dissolved, John was actually writing and recording his own songs. These are two early versions of Lennon singles
 
Cold Turkey(Lennon)
Song
Demo
Sep 1969
The Beatles, John Lennon
 
Cold Turkey(Lennon)
Song
Demo
Sep 1969
The Beatles, John Lennon
2.
Give Peace A Chance(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Demo
Fall 1969
The Beatles
Long before Paul declared The Beatles dissolved, John was actually writing and recording his own songs. These are two early versions of Lennon singles
3.
Only You Know And I Know(Mason)
Song
Concert
10 Dec 1969
The Beatles, George Harrison
recorded in Denmark
George Harrison joined Delaney & Bonnie & Friends for several concerts during their European tour. This song was recorded at the Falkoner Theatre in Copenhagen
4.
Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)(Lennon)
Song
Version validated
TV
Top Of The Pops
11 Feb 1970
John Lennon
BBC-TV
Lennon, Klaus Voorman, Alan White, Yoko Ono and Mal Evans performed "Instant Karma" for the British TV programme, "Top of the Pops".
5.
Sentimental Journey(Green/Brown/Homer)
Film Music/Orchestral
(unidentified)
15 Mar 1970
Ringo Starr
Promo Film
Ringo re-recorded his vocals for the "Sentimental Journey" film clip which was eventually seen on "The David Frost Show" and "The Ed Sullivan Show".
6.
Nowhere To Go(Harrison/Dylan)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
7.
I'd Have You Anytime(Harrison/Dylan)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
George Harrison
8.
If Not For You(Dylan)
Song
Outtake
May 1970
George Harrison
George and Bob recorded a number of songs together in Nashville during Dylan's "Self Portrait" sessions. Only "If Not For You" would be released officially some 20 years later on Dylan's "Bootleg Series" box set.
9.
God(Lennon)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
10.
Well Well Well(Lennon)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
11.
My Mummy's Dead(Lennon)
Song
Demo
1970
John Lennon
"John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" was released to universal acclaim in December 1970. It was John's first solo album and proved him to be the creative leader in rock music. These are three demos for the album.
12.
Happy Birthday John(Starkey)
1:13
Song
(unidentified)
1970
Ringo Starr
Fall 1970 Private Tape
As a special present for his friend, Ringo and some pals recorded this rousing 30th birthday wish.
13.
I'm The Greatest(Lennon)
Song
Demo
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Fall 1970 Demo
This is the piano demo by John for "I'm The Greatest". John would record the track several more times before finally giving it to Ringo.
14.
Oh Woman Oh Why(McCartney)
Song
Lyrics available
Regular
Jan 1971
Paul McCartney
Promo Single
This alternate mono version of the B-side to "Another Day" featured some extra"gun-shots" and distinctive McCartney vocals.
15.
God Save Us(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Demo
Jun 1971
John Lennon
John wrote this song to assist the defendants in the "OZ" magazine obsenity trial. The single, backed with John's "Do The Oz" recieved minimal airplay and did little to help the doomed underground publication.
16.
Imagine(Lennon)
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Early Take
17.
I Don't Want To Be A Soldier, I Don't Want To Die(Lennon)
Song
Early Take
1971
John Lennon
Early Take
18.
How Do You Sleep?(Lennon)
Song
Early Takes
1971
John Lennon
Early Takes
"Imagine" was John's most successful solo album. On "How Do You Sleep?" his not-so-hidden reference to Pauls "Muzak" only served to widen the gap between the estranged musical partners.
 
Interview(Paul McCartney Section)
Interview
Going Solo And Recording With Linda
1971
Paul McCartney
Paul explains going solo and recording with Linda. "Ram" was Paul's second album and was almost universally bashed by critics and more than a few fans. "Lucille" is from the first Wings' rehearsal.
 
Lucille(Penniman/Collins)
Song
Rehearsal
1971
Paul McCartney
Paul explains going solo and recording with Linda. "Ram" was Paul's second album and was almost universally bashed by critics and more than a few fans. "Lucille" is from the first Wings' rehearsal.
20.
Tragedy(Nelson/Burch)
Song
Unreleased
Sep 1971
Paul McCartney
"Tragedy", a fine song, was inexplicably left off Paul's third album, "Wild Life". It was later slated for the oft-aborted "Cold Cuts" album.
 
Rave On(West/Tilghman/Petty)
Song
Clock Soundtrack
Sep 1971
John Lennon
These songs and others were recorded by John adn Yoko for the soundtrack of their avant garde film "Clock" in a St. Regis Hotel room in New York City.
 
Not Fade Away(Hardin/Petty)
Song
Version validated
Soundtrack
Clock
Sep 1971
John Lennon
These songs and others were recorded by John adn Yoko for the soundtrack of their avant garde film "Clock" in a St. Regis Hotel room in New York City.
22.
Yellow Submarine(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Identified
Version validated
Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
John celebrated his 31st birthday in a New York hotel room with Ringo, Yoko, Mal Evans, Allen Ginsberg, Eric Clapton, Phil Spector, Klaus Voorman, Neil Aspinal and Jim Keltner. A drunken jam session resulted in some amusing renditions of several familiar tunes. Here is Yellow Submarine.
23.
Happy Xmas (War Is Over)(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Early Mix
Oct 1971
John Lennon
John and Yoko's hope was that this song would be a Christmas classic. It is. This version is missing some overdubs and the choir.
24.
The Luck Of The Irish(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Demo
Nov 1971
John Lennon
Political activism was very much a part of John's life in the early 1970s. Nixon tried to deport him and the British banned "Luck Of The Irish". McCartney's "Give Ireland Back To The Irish" (Feb. 1972) was a brief soiree into political activism and earned banishment as well.
25.
Two Faced Man(Wright)
Song
TV
David Frost Show
Dec 1971
George Harrison
George and Gary Wright performed "Two Faced Man" together on "The David Frost Show". This is the first appearance on disc of this rare and beautiful artifact.
26.
Attica State(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Concert
Ann Arbor
10 Dec 1971
John Lennon
Ann Arbor
John and Yoko played at the John Sinclair benefit concert in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sinclair was jailed for ten years for selling two joints. On Dec. 13, 1971, Sinclair was freed.
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: Kevin , Kp85053@aol.comOn 18 Jul 2001
With me being a Beatles fanatic since I was 9, I always enjoy hearing rare and obscure tracks from the Beatles, and after they we're the Beatles. I always thought that Paul was the most talented after the Beatles broke up; I thought that John was talented in his own write, but I never understood his anger towards everything.
Review by: MrkitesbenefitsOn 19 May 2002 at 23:00 CEST
Wonderful
Review by: SergioPlayboyOn 03 Aug 2005 at 17:09 CEST


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Filename: arti31
Originally filled by: Frédéric Gatet SMAF@MSN.COM
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 04 Aug 2011 15:46:06
Online on : 04 Jan 2004
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Artifacts III
ARTIFACTS III - CD 1 - NOT FADE AWAY: 1969-1971
ARTIFACTS III - CD 2 - SUE ME SUE YOU: 1972-1975
ARTIFACTS III - CD 3 - AS TIME GOES BY: 1976-1980
ARTIFACTS III - CD 4 - FREE AS A BIRD: 1981-1994


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