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Various Artists - VARIOUS - The Complete Songs The Beatles Gave Away - Vol.3 CD 5

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Publisher: Fred Records
Reference :CDFRED017-1
Date :2001
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Total duration: 77:12

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Volume 3 - Code of Silence - CD 5

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Send Me The Heart(McCartney/Laine)
3:42
Song
Version details available
Regular
Jul 1974
Badfinger
Scratch Records Album "Japanese Tears" SCRL 5001
Badfinger
Whilst in Nashville Wings recorded several tracks including the Country Hams single and this one which was a collaboration between Paul and Denny.

It was left in the can until Denny's 1981 solo album Japanese Tears.

As this was not released under the banner of Wings it is considered a contribution.
2.
Far East Man(Harrison/Wood)
4:41
Song
Version details available
Regular
Jul 1974
Ron Wood
Warner Brothers Album "I've got my own album to do" K56065
Ron Wood
When preparing his album I've Got My Own Album To Do, 'Woody;" as he is known to his friends, called on George Harrison to help him finish the lyrics to the song Far East Man.

The two had previously worked together on the song. While driving down to Wood's home, Harrison came up with some of the lyrics, and wrote the middle eight and the remaining lyrics during the rehearsal for the song.

Harrison's involvement with Wood's recording of Far East Man was largely ignored when Harrison released his version of the song a short time later on his Dark Horse album (to which Wood also contributed).

Though he has never been credited, Harrison shares the vocals and guitar work on Wood's version.
3.
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds(Lennon/McCartney)
6:19
Song
Version details available
Regular
Aug 1974
Elton John
DJM Album "Captain Fantastic and the Dirt Brown Cowboy" DJLPX 1
Elton John
Elton first met John whilst he was recording the Rock & Roll album.

They soon began to work together and following the success of Whatever Gets You Through The Night and an appearance at Madison Square Gardens together John helped Elton record Lucy supplying Guitar and Backing vocals.

John did not supply anything to the recording of One Day at a Time.

Although these songs are not contributions as such they are included here under the banner of "Authorized Cover Versions".
4.
One Day (At A Time)(Lennon)
3:52
Song
Version details available
Regular
Aug 1974
Elton John
DJM Album "Captain Fantastic and the Dirt Brown Cowboy" DJLPX 1
Elton John
Elton first met John whilst he was recording the Rock & Roll album.

They soon began to work together and following the success of Whatever Gets You Through The Night and an appearance at Madison Square Gardens together John helped Elton record Lucy supplying Guitar and Backing vocals.

John did not supply anything to the recording of One Day at a Time.

Although these songs are not contributions as such they are included here under the banner of "Authorized Cover Versions".
5.
Move Over Ms L(Lennon)
3:14
Song
Version details available
Regular
Sep 1974
Keith Moon
Polydor Album "Two sides of the Moon" 2442134
Keith Moon.
In 1974, John Lennon was spending his nearly year-long "lost weekend" in Los Angeles.

Keith Moon (Brilliant drummer of The Who) was also staying in Los Angeles when he, Lennon, Nilsson and Starr decided to move into a house together.

While in Los Angeles, Moon recorded his first and only solo album using a cast of well-known session players and rock stars, including Ringo.

The Beatles' road manager, Mal Evans, was put in charge of producing the sessions.

Move Over Miss L was first released as the B side to Lennon's "Stand By Me" a week before Moon's release.

Moon probably heard Lennon playing the song during the time they lived together in LA and may have shown an interest in it.

John was going to include the track on his Walls and Bridges album, but changed his mind.

He then offered the composition as a contribution to Moon's album.

Whether or not Moon may have been forced to delay the release of his version until Lennon's version was released is not clear.

Because Lennon gave the song to Moon after he had initially passed on it, and a considerable amount of time passed before his release of it, it should be considered as a composition contribution.
6.
Rock And Roll People(Lennon)
02:47
Song
Version details available
Regular
1974
Beatles Related
Blue Sky Album "Johnny Dawson Winter III" PZ 33292 (US)
Johnny Winter.
The John Dawson III album was produced by Shelly Yakus, who helped engineer many of Lennon's recordings at the Record Plant in New York.
He felt Lennon's Rock & Roll People (which dated back to Mind Games album sessions) was perfect for Winter, and Lennon agreed.
7.
Fame(Bowie/Lennon/Alomar)
04:19
Song
Version validated
Regular
Young Americans LP
Jan 1975
David Bowie
David Bowie.
In January of 1975, Bowie and Lennon were residents of New York City who occasionally ran into one another.

John expressed an interest in visiting Bowie in the studio.

Whilst there Lennon and guitarist Carlos Alomar composed the music to the song "Fame" on the spot in the studio while Bowie went off and composed the Lyrics.

John ended up singing back-ground vocals on the song as well as playing guitar on it and Bowie's cover of John's Beatles song, Across the Universe.
8.
Across The Universe(Lennon/McCartney)
04:34
Song
Version details available
Regular
Jan 1975
David Bowie
RCA Album "Young Americans" APL 1006
David Bowie.
In January of 1975, Bowie and Lennon were residents of New York City who occasionally ran into one another.

John expressed an interest in visiting Bowie in the studio.

Whilst there Lennon and guitarist Carlos Alomar composed the music to the song "Fame" on the spot in the studio while Bowie went off and composed the Lyrics.

John ended up singing back-ground vocals on the song as well as playing guitar on it and Bowie's cover of John's Beatles song, Across the Universe.
9.
Incantation(Cicala/Lennon)
03:23
Song
Version details available
Regular
Jan 1975
Dog Soldier
Collectors Guide Publishing Book "Beatles Undercover" CGPINT 8008
Dog Soldier.
Dog Soldier were originally titled Community Apple and went through several name changes and lead singers.

Patrick Jude met John Lennon through engineer Roy Cicala after answering an advert (placed by Cicala) to front the band.

Lennon heard his audition tape and expressed an interest in producing the band.

According to Jude, Lennon was involved in four of Dog Soldier's recordings done at the Record Plant in late 1974 or early 1975.

One song was Incantation, a number originally written by Roy Cicala with new lyrics written by Lennon.

Jude said almost an album's worth of Dog Soldier material was recorded and was probably going to come out on Apple.

The band was dubbed John Lennon etc. when they backed Lennon at his last live appearance on April 18, 1975, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel for "A Salute to Sir Lew Grade".

This track was first issued on a CD that was included with the book Beatles Undercover.
10.
Band Of Steel(Starkey)
05:21
Song
Version details available
Regular
Feb 1976
Beatles Related
Capitol Album "Lies and Alibis" ST 11319
Guthrie Thomas.
Ringo first met Guthrie during the taping of a Hoyt Axton TV special in Los Angeles.
He was impressed with Thomas' simple country and folk songwriting, and, with-in weeks, Ringo contacted Capitol Records and arranged for Thomas to be signed to the label.
The two became good friends, and Thomas became a regular guest at Ringo's home in Los Angeles.
Guthrie asked Ringo if he would be interested in drumming on his second album for Capitol, Ringo gladly accepted.
Band Of Steel, written by Ringo, was originally intended for Starr's country album Beaucoups of Blues but not issued (if it was ever recorded).
11.
Giddy(McCartney)
4:51
Song
Version details available
Regular
1977
Beatles Related
Polydor Album "One of the Boys" 2480411
Roger Daltrey.
The "Rode All Night" portion of Giddy was recorded by McCartney during sessions for his album Ram but never released.
Paul who is a master at stitching together two unfinished songs finished the song and gave it to Daltrey for his album "One Of The Boys".
As he is thanked in the credits of the album, it is possible that Jimmy McCulloch (who was a member of Wings at the time) played guitar on the track, but this has not been confirmed.
12.
Girlfriend(McCartney)
3:08
Song
Version details available
Regular
1979
Beatles Related
Epic Album "Of the Wall" EPC83468
Michael Jackson.
Jackson first met McCartney at a party to celebrate the completion of Wings' album Venus And Mars, on March 24, 1975.
Shortly afterwards the two formally met at a party to which McCartney had invited Jackson.
During the party McCartney began to sing the song "Girlfriend" to Jackson, telling him he had written it for him to record.
They exchanged phone numbers, but apparently never found the time to get together to record the song.
McCartney ended up recording the song for inclusion on his 1978 album London Town.
During the recording of Jackson's album Off The Wall, producer Quincy Jones suggested that Michael record a cover of a McCartney song he had recently heard called Girlfriend.
Considering the unusual coincidence, Jackson decided to record the song for inclusion on his Off The Wall album.
However, according to McCartney, the song Girlfriend was not composed with Jackson in mind.
13.
How Long Can Disco On(Nilsson/Starr)
2:57
Song
Version details available
Regular
Dec 1979
Harry Nilsson
Mercury Album "Flash Harry" 6302 002
Harry Nilsson.
These tracks are taken from Harry 's very last LP.

Disco was written with long time friend Ringo and as far as I'm aware the only time the pair had written together.

Old Dirt Road was written around the same time as Mucho Mungo.

John originally recorded it, but it is included here as it is sung buy it's other composer and therefore authorized.

Booklet also credits Nilsson as author.
14.
Old Dirt Road(Lennon/Nilsson)
4:30
Song
Version details available
Regular
Dec 1979
Harry Nilsson
Mercury Album "Flash Harry" 6302 002
Harry Nilsson.
These tracks are taken from Harry 's very last LP.

Disco was written with long time friend Ringo and as far as I'm aware the only time the pair had written together.

Old Dirt Road was written around the same time as Mucho Mungo.

John originally recorded it, but it is included here as it is sung buy it's other composer and therefore authorized.

Booklet also credits Nilsson as author.
15.
Theme For The 'Honorary Consul'(McCartney)
3:01
Song
Version details available
Regular
1983
Beatles Related
Island Visual Arts IS 155
John Williams and Paul McCartney.
16.
Theme For The 'Honorary Consul'(McCartney)
03:48
Song
Version details available
Regular
1983
Beatles Related
Island Visual Arts IS 155
John Williams.
Williams performed Paul McCartney's instrumental title theme for the 1984 film "The Honorary Consul" (titled "Beyond The Limit" in the U.S.).
The film was directed by John McKenzie, who also directed McCartney's promotional film for the "Take It Away" single, was probably instrumental in McCartney's contribution to the soundtrack theme.
Paul also produced the John Williams recording, and in McCartney's 1989 World Tour Program, McCartney states he played guitar on the recording.
17.
On The Wings Of A Nightingale(McCartney)
02:37
Song
Version details available
Regular
1984
Beatles Related
Mercury Album "EV 84" 822 431-2
Everly Brothers
In 1983 The Everly Brothers reunited after a split of ten years.
Paul McCartney was present in the audience at the reunion concert (The Beatles had all been fans of the Everlys in the sixties).
Afterwards he wrote this song especially for them.
18.
Celebration(Harrison/Moran)
03:49
Song
Version details available
Regular
1984
Beatles Related
Filmtracks Album "Water" Year 2 820 263-1
Jimmy Helms.
In 1984 Handmade films produced the Film "Water".
George was often involved in the soundtracks of films from his company; he was involved far more musically with "Water" than any other Handmade film.
He helped compose both of these songs and also plays guitar on "Celebration".
George and Ringo also appeared in the film as part of the Singing Rebels Band.
19.
Focus Of Attention(Moran/Clement/Harrison)
2:16
Song
Version details available
Regular
1984
Beatles Related
Filmtracks Album "Water" Year 2 820 263-1
Jimmy Helms.
In 1984 Handmade films produced the Film "Water".
George was often involved in the soundtracks of films from his company; he was involved far more musically with "Water" than any other Handmade film.
He helped compose both of these songs and also plays guitar on "Celebration".
George and Ringo also appeared in the film as part of the Singing Rebels Band.
20.
Rockestra(McCartney)
4:03
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
Beatles Related
Duane Eddy
In 1987, Eddy enlisted the help of Paul McCartney and George Harrison for his Capitol album Duane Eddy.
McCartney produced Eddy on a cover of the Wings' song "Rockestra Theme" that was recorded at Paul's studio near his home in Sussex.
But the question remains, "Why can't I have any dinner?"
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
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