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The Beatles - Thirty Days Vol. 4 - The Best Of The Twickenham Sessions Part Four

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Scan submitted/created by [Robert Nemecek, robertne@EUnet.yu]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Vigotone
Reference :VT 221
Date :2000
Made In :
Quality :AAD
Booklet & packaging :17 CDR Boxset
Total duration: 68:16

Comments
The real title of the boxset is; Thirty Days with Don't Let Me Down and 187 other songs, The Ultimate Get Back Sessions Collection.

CD's 1-4: The Best Of The Twickenham Sessions
CD's 5-13: The Best Of The Apple Studios Sessions
CD 14: The Complete Apple Rooftop Concert
CD's 15-16: The Complete Apple Studios Performance
CD 17: Glyn John's First Get Back Compilation

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Ramblin' Woman(Harrison)
2:05
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.85
The Beatles
2.
I Threw It All Away(Dylan)
2:07
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.86
The Beatles
3.
Mama, You've Been On My Mind(Dylan)
2:04
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.87
The Beatles
was DDSI 9.87
George is playing this Bob Dylan tune alone on the acoustic guitar.
4.
That'll Be The Day(Allison/Holly/Petty)
1:03
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.92
The Beatles
Paul plays this number alone, accompained by his bass.
5.
(Medley)(unknown)
2:04
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Jenny Jenny(Penniman/Johnson)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.094a
The Beatles
As usual Paul is on lead vocal of this Little Richard song.
 
Slippin' And Slidin'(Penniman/Bocage/Collins/Smith)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.094b
The Beatles
Another Little Richard number sung by Paul. John joins him on this one.
6.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
2:39
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
9 Jan 1969
GB09.97
The Beatles
Very early rehearsal of this song.
7.
High Heel Sneakers(Higginbottom)
2:03
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.04
The Beatles
John is singing lead. Paul join him after 52 seconds. Tape cuts-off at the end.
8.
High Heel Sneakers(Higginbottom)
0:49
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.05
The Beatles
Continuation of the previous song. George hasn't left the band yet.
9.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
2:05
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.03
The Beatles
Very heavy up-tempo version of this McCartney number sung by John, who was trying to put some "Pete Townshend riff style" on the song. Breaks up at the end.
10.
Two Of Us(Lennon/McCartney)
2:02
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.02
The Beatles
A funny electric performance of this song before it was remade into an acoustic number.
11.
I'm Talking About You(Berry)
1:19
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.06
The Beatles
Just the intro and some chats.
12.
I've Got A Feeling(Lennon/McCartney)
3:56
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
no GB #
The Beatles
NEW!!!

A very heavy version of this song lead by John (!). Seems that George has already left.
13.
Don't Let Me Down(Lennon/McCartney)
3:40
Song
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
no GB #
The Beatles
NEW!!!

Very rough version with John on vocals. The intro here is identic to the one on 'I've Got A Feeling'.
14.
Maxwell's Silver Hammer(Lennon/McCartney)
0:48
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.14
The Beatles
John is singing parody lyrics to this McCartney new song. The tape cuts-off at the end.
15.
Maxwell's Silver Hammer(Lennon/McCartney)
1:10
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.15
The Beatles
Continuation of the previous song.
16.
(Medley)(unknown)
2:34
Medley title
Get Back Session
(date unknown)
 
Don't Be Cruel(Blackwell/Presley)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.16
The Beatles
 
In The Middle Of An Island(Varnic/Acquaviva)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.016b
The Beatles
Not actually numbered by Sulpy (although described), so the GB number is bogus.
John is singing this Tony Bennett number.
 
Don't Be Cruel(Blackwell/Presley)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.16
The Beatles
John is joined by Paul to sing this Elvis cover.
17.
(Medley)(unknown)
3:41
Medley title
Get Back Session
(date unknown)
 
On A Sunny Island(unknown)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17a
The Beatles
Paul and John shares the vocals on this bizarre number.
 
Improvisation(-)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17
The Beatles
The so-called "Animal And Famous Persons Jam" - not mentioned by Sulpy, although it's part of a listed track, so the GB number is slightly bogus
After the previous one John and Paul starts to whistle and imitates some aninal noises. Then John begins to say names of famous persons.
 
Besame Mucho(Velazquez/Skylar)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.017
The Beatles
This is just the song title called out in the middle of the performance. Unnumbered by Sulpy, but described as part of GB10.17.
 
Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil)(Barroso/Russell)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17
The Beatles
Paul sings the song's title - mentioned by Sulpy but not numbered, although it's part of a listed track, so the GB number is slightly bogus
The bossa-nova Jam switches into this song wich is really made by Ari Barroso alone and it's real name is just 'Aquarela do Brasil'.
 
The Peanut Vendor(Sunshine/Gilbert/Simons)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17b
The Beatles
Only a few chords.
 
Groovin'(Cavaliere/Brigati)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17c
The Beatles
John just shouts: "Groovin', on a sunday afternoon"
 
I Got Stung(Schroeder/Hill)
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17d
The Beatles
Just a few lines sung by Paul.
 
Groovin'(Cavaliere/Brigati)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.17
The Beatles
Repeat of the song's title after "I got stung" - mentioned by Sulpy, but not a listed track, so the GB number is slightly bogus
Again John shouts: "Groovin', on a sunday afternoon"
18.
The Peanut Vendor(Sunshine/Gilbert/Simons)
0:19
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.18
The Beatles
Just a few chords again.
19.
It's Only Make Believe(Twitty/Nance)
2:44
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.19
The Beatles
John starts to sing, then Paul join him. John losts interest and Paul keeps singing. The chat on the background starts at 0:43 and the voice that seems with Neil Aspinnal (but I'm not certainly if that is) says:

...Once he leave is very hard to come back...

After some answers to that phrase, at 1:17 you can hear the same
voice saying something like:

... Yeah, but John and Paul aren't so together much anymore aren't they? really...

And the answer is very far from the mic so it's unlistenable:

... Yes cause it goes on the label that way...

After the answers it says:

... And Paul is much more ??? musicly than George ???...

The answering voice seems to be Ringo, but it's not 'cause he is playing Drums, Paul is on Bass and John is on Guitar.
20.
Through A London Window(McCartney)
1:08
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
10 Jan 1969
GB10.20
The Beatles
Improvisation by Paul, who is joined by John - who starts to sing with Paul - and Ringo after some seconds.
21.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
2:42
Song
Get Back Session
13 Jan 1969
The Beatles
NEW!!!

Another up-tempo version sung by John. George is back on the band. Breaks up at the end.
22.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
2:43
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
13 Jan 1969
GB13.12
The Beatles
Again John is singing. Here you can note that George was really back in the band. Breaks up at the end again.
23.
Jazz Piano Song(McCartney/Starkey)
1:20
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI14.013
The Beatles
aka GB14.10
This McCartney/Starkey improvisation is available on the film.
24.
Back Seat Of My Car(McCartney)
4:12
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.022
The Beatles
aka GB14.19
This Paul number was released in his solo album "RAM". Here is just a demo Paul is alone on piano. The tape cuts-off at the end.
25.
Back Seat Of My Car(McCartney)
0:42
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Audio excerpt available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.023
The Beatles
This is the end of a piano performance (40 seconds). Was GB14.20
Continuation of the previous one.
26.
This Song Of Love(McCartney)
2:32
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.025
The Beatles
aka GB14.22
This Paul improvisation is very obscure. See:

Back 1992 in The 910 (Vol.1 - No. 7), the writers declared:

"Someone definitively identify that song! We give up."

So, here it goes:

It was inspired by the film "Song of Love" (1947 MGM). Specifically, the scene in which Brahms plays a piece of "Hungarian Dance No. 4" (I think it's No. 4) on the piano.

The melody is identic, and the words are improvised by Paul, note that he's singing the film's title: "Song Of Love"

Back in 1947 another song was inspired by this scene: "As Years Go By", by Charles Tobias.

The melody is again the same, but the words aren't.

Paul may be thinking of this song as well on the movie.

So the song should be credited to: McCartney [lyrics], Brahms [music] - Inspired on the film "Song Of Love".

Or: McCartney[lyrics], Brahms [Music] - Inspired by Charles Tobias' "As Years Go By"
27.
This Song Of Love(McCartney)
1:04
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.026
The Beatles
aka GB14.23
The
28.
Hello Dolly(Herman)
1:30
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.028
The Beatles
aka GB14.25
Paul leads the band into this old jazz number.
29.
Madman(Lennon)
3:17
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.030
The Beatles
aka GB14.27
Lennon's composition wich has never been released by the Beatles or John.
30.
Mean Mr. Mustard(Lennon/McCartney)
1:23
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
nDDSI.14.031
The Beatles
aka GB14.28a
Part of a medley wich inlcudes another version of 'Madman' at the end.
31.
Take This Hammer(Terry/McGhee)
2:47
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
14 Jan 1969
GB14.32
The Beatles
John takes the lead on this old Traditional song.
32.
Oh! Darling(Lennon/McCartney)
3:33
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
15 Jan 1969
GB15.02
The Beatles
Paul is rehearsing his latest composition alone. He chats with somebody and then starts to play the song on piano.
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: David SebekOn 15 Jun 2003 at 10:17 CEST
Gosh, oh me, oh my. I have the first six of this set, and I must say after three listenings of these discs, I am dissapointed. Do you remember when you had your first garage band, nice guitars, cheap amps., weathered song books lying around, that is what these disc sound like. A pretty crumby jams session, with way too much wah wah guitar, George, turn that stuff off. The players? They sound drunk, as though they are making fun of every attempt at lyric and melody. I liked disc one, the start only: "Adagio For Strings" and "Let It Be". After that, it is all down hill. "Dig A Pony" is the worst Lennon song ever recorded, and there are way too many takes of this song on the first six disc. Same idea with Paul's "Iv'e Got A Feeling", which really isn't that bad of a song, it's just that we hear it over and over again in the Twickenham Sessons. I really don't understand the hype concering these sessions. The Fabs just seem down right sloppy. Of course, there are a few things of note here, Paul's noodling with an early version of "Back Seat Of My Car" which later appeared on "Ram" is nice. Although I haven't heard the entire seventeen disc set, from what I can tell from the first six is this: For Very Hardcore Beatles Collectors Only! Too bad such a thing doesn't exist for the "Rubber Soul" and "Revolver" sessions. I would take a deep breath, and then exercise a great deal of scrutiny before picking up this set.
Review by: addsfsdsOn 16 Nov 2005 at 20:22 CEST
I totally not agree with David...this disc is just wonderful....the beginning with George alone on acoustic guitar is....i can't find any word, fantastic?Lovely?...listen to it!
Back seat of my car rehearsals made me cry first time i heard them...the others songs are THE BEATLES!
I can say for sure that this disc is CORE, get it!
Review by: Julie BeeOn 20 Jan 2017 at 00:27 CEST
After the 10th, George didn't return to the band until they were back at Apple. He's clearly NOT there on the 13th.

The sound of this day was pretty interesting. John stepped up and played a little tighter on their originals. Some of it sounds like a prelude to the "Plastic Ono" album sound, which was basically J&R, using the same instruments, with Klaus Vorman instead of Paul. :-P


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Filename: vt221
Originally filled by: Vitor Ribeiro Suman, v.suman@ig.com.br
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 19 Dec 2011 09:11:25
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Thirty Days
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 1 - THE BEST OF THE TWICKENHAM SESSIONS PART ONE
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 2 - THE BEST OF THE TWICKENHAM SESSIONS PART TWO
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 3 - THE BEST OF THE TWICKENHAM SESSIONS PART THREE
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 4 - THE BEST OF THE TWICKENHAM SESSIONS PART FOUR
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 5 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESIONS PART ONE
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 6 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART TWO
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 7 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART THREE
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 8 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART FOUR
THIRTY DAYS VOL. 9 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART FIVE
THIRTY DAYS VOL.10 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART SIX
THIRTY DAYS VOL.11 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART SEVEN
THIRTY DAYS VOL.12 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART EIGHT
THIRTY DAYS VOL.13 - THE BEST OF THE APPLE STUDIOS SESSIONS PART NINE
THIRTY DAYS VOL.14 - THE COMPLETE APPLE ROOFTOP CONCERT
THIRTY DAYS VOL.15 - THE COMPLETE APPLE STUDIO PERFORMANCE PART ONE
THIRTY DAYS VOL.16 - THE COMPLETE APPLE STUDIO PERFORMANCE PART TWO
THIRTY DAYS VOL.17 - GLYN JOHNS' FIRST GET BACK COMPILATION


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