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The Beatles - Get Back 2nd Mix

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Scan submitted/created by [Albert Meyer, Albert.Meyer@emsnet.de]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Strawberry Records
Reference :STR 006
Date :1999
Made In :
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 72:57

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
03:03
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
30 Jan 1969
GB30.06
The Beatles
2.
Rocker(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey)
00:34
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
22 Jan 1969
nDDSI22.58
The Beatles
3.
Save The Last Dance For Me(Pomus/Shuman)
0:20
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
22 Jan 1969
nDDSI22.59
The Beatles
4.
Don't Let Me Down(Lennon/McCartney)
4:40
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
22 Jan 1969
nDDSI22.60
The Beatles
aka GB22.54
5.
Dig A Pony(Lennon/McCartney)
04:04
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
24 Jan 1969
GB23.035
The Beatles
6.
I've Got A Feeling(Lennon/McCartney)
02:45
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
24 Jan 1969
GB23.035
The Beatles
Listed by Sulpy as from the 23rd (GB23.36), but Mark Lewisohn says a take from the 24th was used.
7.
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
03:14
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
28 Jan 1969
nDDSI27.63
The Beatles
8.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
04:02
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
31 Jan 1969
nDDSI.31.064
The Beatles
9.
For You Blue(Harrison)
02:45
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
25 Jan 1969
nDDSI.25.046
The Beatles
10.
Two Of Us(Lennon/McCartney)
03:26
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
24 Jan 1969
nDDSI24.04
The Beatles
11.
Maggie Mae(Trad. Arr Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey)
00:37
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
24 Jan 1969
The Beatles
12.
Dig It(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey)
04:06
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
26 Jan 1969
nDDSI26.55
The Beatles
13.
The Long And Winding Road(Lennon/McCartney)
03:39
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
31 Jan 1969
nDDSI26.91
The Beatles
14.
I Me Mine(Harrison)
01:45
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
3 Jan 1970
The Beatles
Take 16, RS1
15.
Across The Universe(Lennon/McCartney)
03:27
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns 2nd Mix
8 Feb 1968
SS.PM2.13.08.RS3
The Beatles
From Take 8 - not really a Get Back session, of course, but as this version was drafted into the project at a late stage...
16.
Get Back (Reprise)(Lennon/McCartney)
00:38
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
Glyn Johns' 2nd Mix
28 Jan 1969
nDDSI28.43
The Beatles
17.
Radio Show(The Beatles Section)
1:51
Song
Version validated
Let It Be
(date unknown)
The Beatles
radio programme part 1
18.
Radio Show(The Beatles Section)
2:51
Song
Version validated
Let It Be
(date unknown)
The Beatles
radio programme part 2
19.
Radio Show(The Beatles Section)
15:36
Song
Version validated
Let It Be
(date unknown)
The Beatles
radio programme part 3
20.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
3:57
Song
Outfake
Both Guitar Solos Included
(date unknown)
The Beatles
2 guitar solos
21.
You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)(Lennon/McCartney)
5:37
Song
Outfake
Mix Of Regular & Anthology II Versions
(date unknown)
The Beatles
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: Stephen Holder, stephen_holder@yahoo.comOn 26 Dec 1999
A quick note regarding "You Know My Name" which is supposed to be the complete master. In fact it appears to be a botched edit of the two official versions on "Past Masters" and "Anthololgy II". The complete master should be 6:08 in duration. This version is only 5:37 (which is actually a second shorter than the one issued on "Anthology II")!
Review by: Jim Coburn, jcgolf44@aol.comOn 22 Jan 2000
FANTASTIC! A MUST! Hunt this baby down. This is the one that should have been released in 1970. Put Phil Spector's "Let It Be" in the "trade in" file and get this.
Review by: Paul, harricart@aol.comOn 06 Jun 2000
Great sound! I've read somewhere(the 910 newsletter I think) that the sound here is slightly better than Vigotone's release of the same stuff. Also, better liner notes booklet there too-but who buys a cd these days for the booklet? Anyway, this has an interesting long BBC interview done prior to release of the film(late feb.,1970?). Kinda rounds out the set. Just wondering...anybody know if the Get Back reprise the same as last track on the Vigotone release?
Review by: wilkat, wilkat1@yahoo.comOn 08 Dec 2000
Since I was a teenager, I had heard that every Beatle fan needs "Get Back" as produced by Glyn Johns instead of Phil Spector's version. Well, I'm guessing that this is the one to find! Sparkling sound quality, excellent performances, and good packaging make this puppy a "must have!" Johns did an excellent job of making it sound like those sessions WEREN'T sheer torture for the fabs, and gives it an impromptu feel. The "Radio Programme" is pretty cool, too. I would like to hear the "2 guitar solos" version of "Let It Be" in better sound than the bonus track presented here.
Review by: Steve Kirk, Steve@2Littlestark.freeserve.co.ukOn 12 Feb 2001
I had been looking for this mix for years and finally picked it up at the 1999 convention in Liverpool. I have the Strawberry Records release STR 006, the Vigotone version VT-182 and the Bogus Odeon release LIB-1970(THE THIRD MIX - sic). They all seem to be slightly different, especially track 3 "SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME" on the Strawberry version (only 20 secs long). Does anybody know which is the "Genuine" second mix. The Strawberry Mix does seem to be the most polished version.
Review by: Marten RegtopOn 26 Dec 2001 at 11:20 CEST
John Lennon once said about Let It Be that Phil Spector made a good job out of it. This was of course a friendly statement towards Phil because after listening to The Long And Winding Road and Across The Universe one can't take that seriously. That just he preferred the Phil Spector mix
above the Glyn Johns mix is a contradiction because he wanted the Beatles sound like nature intended that time.
And why it takes so long for EMI to release that second mix
officially is beyond me but untill then we have this superb
sounding bootleg. A great compliment to Strawberry Records.
Review by: MayfieldOn 04 Jun 2002 at 06:33 CEST
fantastic disc, simply the most enjoyable single disc mix of get back sessions that one could hope for, and even the filler radio show and outfakes are quite good fun, gylnis certainly did something that phil spector could not, and that is to make these session actually sound somewhat enjoyable for the four boys,
Review by: dirty_dog_bootlegsOn 02 Feb 2003 at 03:56 CEST
Skip the interviews at the end & you have the Definitive Get Back/ Let It Be Album!
Review by: rikki0222On 06 Mar 2005 at 07:46 CEST
Clear and nice sound quality. But track 20 and 21 are not real outtakes. They are outfakes.
Review by: FLOYDOn 13 Jul 2005 at 23:12 CEST
I can't wait to hear this CD, I've found a web site that has it for sale, THANKS for all the reviews, which HELP! alot.
Review by: m18r18On 20 Oct 2005 at 08:32 CEST
Really nothing new to add... MUCH better than the official Let it Be.
Review by: gnarly260On 14 May 2007 at 23:06 CEST
I have heard for quite some time that the Glyn Johns are the definitive collection of the Get Back sessions. I have to disagree. Many tracks are rather under-produced and still not yet finished, and the "Warts and All" really takes away from the music. After listening to all the mixes and alternate cuts I have not hesitation stating Let It Be (minus the orchestrations) and the original singles are the best of the bunch.
Review by: alphastoneOn 02 Apr 2008 at 05:03 CEST
One can easily see why this was handed over to Spector...Phil piled on the layers of orchestra on "The Long & Winding Road" to cover up John's sloppy bass playing because he was strung out on heroin during the entire sessions. All these bootlegs do is serve to vindicate Spector and further validate the argument that he saved a dismal flop.
Review by: FoxHoundOn 18 Mar 2009 at 21:30 CEST
Impeccable! Great mix of the Get Back Sessions. Definitely a Must Have for any fan! Above it's been said that 'many tracks are under-produced and not yet finished'. Well, I don't find that as a negative aspect. The original idea of this whole project was to create a 'rawck and roll' kind of live sound. To me this has been perfectly achieved in this disc. For a greater view of the scene you should get the complete sessions issued by Purple Chick.


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Filename: str006
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 : 08 Sep 2011 14:54:36
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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