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The Beatles - Hodge-Podge Vol. 3

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Black Dog Records
Reference :BD 010
Date :1999
Made In :
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 72:53

Comments
The liner notes contain a lot of errors: incorrect dates but also misidentified versions !

When will we have bootleggers knowing exactly what they are selling ?

What's more, this bootleg has a lot of FAKES. Beware !

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
(Medley)(unknown)
4:28
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
Liner notes say it's Take 1 from the "1983 Abbey Road Show". Since Take 1 was not played for 1983 ARS and these four minutes and a half of "I Saw Her Standing There" are in fact and edit of takes 6, 11 & 12 (as played during 1983 ARS)
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 6
Breakdown
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.06
The Beatles
This take breaks down after several vocal errors. Paul complains it's too fast.
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 11
Breakdown
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.11
The Beatles
Handclap overdubs onto Take 1
2:30 PM-6:00 PM session.
 
I Saw Her Standing There(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Version details available
Regular
RM Take 9 & 12
11 Feb 1963
SS.PPM.01.09/12.RM
Used for mono LP & CD "Please Please Me".
Also found on mono US "Introducing The Beatles" (Brennan) but missing the count-in (only the "4" remains). It is not sure if the version found on "Introducing .." is the UK mono mix or the UK stereo mix reduced to mono. According to Brennan (again), if it was a reduction from the stereo mix we would hear the volume dropout on verse 3 that is typical on the UK stereo mix.
2.
From Me To You(Lennon/McCartney)
1:57
Song
Alternate Mix
(date unknown)
3.
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
2:57
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
This is listed as AHDN, take 2, 3 & 4 from Abbey Road Show. Take 2, 3 & 4 do not appear on Abbey Road Show but instead we have :

- Take 2, false start followed by
- Take 3a, false start followed by
- Take 9 RS2, that is the regular commercial version
 
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Audio excerpt available
Take 2
False Start
16 Apr 1964
SS.AHDN.01.02
The Beatles
This take is aborted just after the beginning chord which is sounding very strange.
John Barrett used this fragment for The Abbey Road Show.
From 1983 Abbey Road Show
 
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Audio excerpt available
Take 3a
False Start
16 Apr 1964
SS.AHDN.01.03a
The Beatles
Another false start.
John Barrett used this fragment for The Abbey Road Show.
From 1983 Abbey Road Show
 
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Take 9
Barrett Mix
16 Apr 1964
SS.AHDN.01.09.RS?
The Beatles
Listed as "Take 9 RS2 (cv)".

It's in fact Take 9 RS1 (the CV) slightly edited by Barrett (fades out earlier).

From 1983 Abbey Road Show
4.
A Hard Day's Night(Lennon/McCartney)
2:25
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Version details available
Regular
RMa Take 9 - US
16 Apr 1964
SS.AHDN.01.09.RMa.US
The Beatles
Mixed and edited on 9 Jun 1964 to a give an extended ending for United Artists , commercially available on US cassette.

US: United Artists K-9006 (cassette) Hard Day's Night 1968, United Artists U-9006 (8-track tape) Hard Day's Night 1970.
AHDN film production acetate. Previously unavailable. Some rumours say it's a fake.
5.
And I Love Her(Lennon/McCartney)
2:25
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
RM Take 21 - US
27 Feb 1964
SS.AHDN.05.21.RM.US
The Beatles
A mix for United Artists (for AHDN movie), whose copy was also given to Capitol. Used also on the following US mono releases:
+ And I Love Her/If I Fell (Capitol 5235)
+ Something New (Capitol T-2108)
+ A Hard Day's Night (United Artists - UA 6366)
AHDN film production acetate. Previously unavailable. Some rumours say it's a fake.
6.
If I Fell(Lennon/McCartney)
2:17
Song
Alternate Mix
27 Feb 1964
The Beatles
AHDN film production acetate. Previously unavailable. Some rumours say it's a fake.
7.
She's A Woman(Lennon/McCartney)
1:13
Song
Take 1
Incomplete
8 Oct 1964
The Beatles
From "1983 Abbey Road Show".
8.
Help!(Lennon/McCartney)
2:53
Song
Take 5
13 Apr 1965
The Beatles
This is of course not take 4, since this take never existed ("Take 4" was called by George Martin during the session but chat followed and the next attempt became take 5).

This is
- an edit of take 4 (call & dialogue) followed by
- 1-2-3-4 count in from take 3 (from YDB303 or YD066) followed by
- Backing track take 5 from "1983 ABBEY ROAD SHOW".

In conclusion, this is a fake to fool the potential buyer...
9.
Dizzy Miss Lizzy(Williams)
2:53
Song
Regular
Oopsed Version
10 May 1965
The Beatles
Presented as a "backing track", this is a FAKE, this is the regular version OOPSED ! The result has no vocals and only one lead guitar.
Is it too much asking bootleggers to write exact liner notes and not to try to fool buyers every time ?
10.
Dialogue(The Beatles Section)
0:22
Studio chat
Studio Chat
(date unknown)
The Beatles
Edition of two chats. The first half is taken from an unkown source, the second latter half is taken from "1983 Abbey Road Show".
11.
Run For Your Life(Lennon/McCartney)
1:54
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
Edited short version.
12.
And Your Bird Can Sing(Lennon/McCartney)
2:14
Song
Take 2
OOPSed
20 Apr 1966
SS.REV.09.02.OOPS
The Beatles
This is the version from Anthology 2 (the "laughing" version), OOPSed.
Another fake !
13.
Tomorrow Never Knows(Lennon/McCartney)
2:59
Song
Alternate Mix
RM11
22 Apr 1966
The Beatles
Recorded 6, 7 and 22 Apr 1966.
Mono. RM11 on 6 Jun 1966.
Rare mono mix (RM11) of "Tomorrow Never Knows" which was included on the few first pressings of the monaural UK "Revolver" LP (matrix #XEX 606-1 only). This came about as a result of George Martin making a second call on July 14, 1966 (as the album was already in the cutting stages) to Geoff Emercik to replace this mix with RM8, which had been produced earlier, on April 27. However, it wasn't changed before some pressings had already been manufactured with RM11, thus insuring that very few people would ever get to hear this considerably different (in both content and length) mix.

Also available on "Revolver Mono Matrix 1" and "Turn Me On Dead Man".
14.
Lady Madonna(Lennon/McCartney)
2:10
Song
Take 4
Incomplete
6 Feb 1968
The Beatles
Incomplete fade out.
From "1983 Abbey Road Show".
15.
While My Guitar Gently Weeps(Harrison)
3:19
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Take 1
25 Jul 1968
SS.WHI.07.01
The Beatles
Unedited take 1.
Unedited Take 1. Acoustic.
From "1983 Abbey Road Show".
Completely different from "Sessions" version.
16.
Back In The U.S.S.R.(Lennon/McCartney)
2:47
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
RM1 Take 6
23 Aug 1968
SS.WHI.01.06.RM1
The Beatles
Only one mono mix exists. This is the version that was released on the mono version of "The Beatles" (white album).
That version was also given by Ringo to british actor Peter Sellers.
"Alternate mono mix, RM1". This is from the "Peter Sellers Tapes".
17.
Birthday(Lennon/McCartney)
2:54
Song
Regular
Mono
18 Sep 1968
The Beatles
"Alternate mono mix". Since this is not the "Oopsed" version (which exists on several bootlegs), I assume this is the mono commercial version. To be verified.
18.
Yer Blues(Lennon/McCartney)
4:09
Song
Take 16 & 17 With Edit Piece 1
RM3
14 Aug 1968
The Beatles
"Alternate mono mix RM3". From "Peter Sellers Tapes".
19.
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey(Lennon/McCartney)
2:31
Song
Take 12
23 Jul 1968
The Beatles
"Alternate Mono Mix RM5". I've got to check if this is not "RM1" instead (in this case, it's from Peter Sellers Tapes)
20.
Helter Skelter(Lennon/McCartney)
4:29
Song
Outfake
Mono
9 Sep 1968
The Beatles
"Alternate mono mix". According to the length, it seems to be a stereo version which was mono-ised. Also, there is only one RM for "Helter Skelter" : RM1 and it lasts 3:36. So, it can't be an "Alternate Mono Mix".
21.
Dear Prudence(Lennon/McCartney)
3:55
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
"Alternate mono mix"
22.
I'm So Tired(Lennon/McCartney)
2:18
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
"Alternate stereo mix"
23.
Happiness Is A Warm Gun(Lennon/McCartney)
2:43
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
"Alternate stereo mix"
24.
Can You Take Me Back?(Lennon/McCartney)
0:59
Song
Outfake
(date unknown)
The Beatles
"Extended version #1".
FAKE.
25.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
3:58
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
2 guitar solos
26.
You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)(Lennon/McCartney)
5:38
Song
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
The Beatles
"With complete ending".

It's another fake, an edit of the "Past Masters" version and the "Anthology" version.
27.
Outro(_)
0:06
Other type of track
Ringo Saying Cheerio
(date unknown)
The Beatles
Just Ringo saying "Cheerio".
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: John, jprsj@aol.comOn 09 Feb 2001
Embarrassingly innessential.
Review by: Dr. Roberts,On 15 Mar 2001
Far from being embarrassingly inessential, buying this Cd means that you don't have to buy several others just to get the tracks. When this was released, I was pleased because it contains several tracks from very hard to find discs. For instance, the White Album acetates were only available on expensive Japanese imports.
Tomorrow Never Knows was released on this disc long before Turn Me On Dead Man and before that, it was only available on the expensive (again) Japanese Revolver mono matrix 1.
I also prefer the You Know My Name to that on the Anthology album. On there, it annoyingly fades just before the end! Here we get the complete Anthology version with the FULL ending. You can't spot the join, so surely it's better??
The "alternate" stereo mixes of I'm So Tired and Happiness Is A Warm Gun may just be the regular track with the overdubs synced together, but THEY ARE PRESENTED HERE IN THE BEST SOUND QUALITY Other boots have tried to do this and failed miserably.
As for knocking the "oopsed" Dizzy Miss Lizzy, well someone has recently put out a 4CD set called Oopsology (which didn't include Dizzy Miss Lizzy by the way) and they got rave reviews. I just don't understand you people at times?

Take 4 of Help doesn't exist eh? Listen to the Take 4 on this disc then compare it to the Take 5 on other discs. They ARE different. Take 4 was used for the Abbey Road Show in 1983 - IT DOES EXIST!
Review by: François Vander Linden, beatleg@easynet.beOn 18 Mar 2001
Sorry Dr Roberts, but you're wrong. Take 4 has never been recorded. It was announced, then a chat followed and then Take 5 was announced. What we have here, as explained in the tracklisting on this page, is pure fakery, a combination of different takes.

Personnally I have nothing against outfake tracks. As long as it is clearly said these are fakes. I think that bootleggers should stop thinking they can fool their customers. Presenting Dizzy Miss Lizzy as a backing track is lying. They should have said they oopsed the track. With Oopsology, this was clear. There was no intention to fool the listener.

This is the difference between bootleggers that are in there for the money only and semi-professionals like the people that produced Oopsology (you immediately know where the real beatles fans are).


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Filename: bd010
Originally filled by: François Vander Linden, beatleg@infonie.be
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 12 Sep 2011 07:25:41
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Hodge-podge
HODGE-PODGE
HODGE-PODGE VOL. 2
HODGE-PODGE VOL. 3
HODGE-PODGE VOL. 4


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