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The Beatles - Thirty Days Vol. 1 - The Best Of The Twickenham Sessions Part One

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Scan submitted/created by [Robert Nemecek, robertne@EUnet.yu]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Vigotone
Reference :VT 218
Date :2000
Made In :
Quality :AAD
Booklet & packaging :17 CDR Boxset
Total duration: 66:07

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.
Adagio For Strings(Barber)
3:23
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
nDDSI03.006
The Beatles
aka GB03.001 and GB03.002
Paul's rendition to this classic Samuel Barber tune.
2.
Adagio For Strings(Barber)
0:49
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
nDDSI03.006
The Beatles
aka GB03.001 and GB03.002
The tape cuts-off on the previous song and this is the continuation.
3.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
1:17
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.010
The Beatles
First time played during the Get Back Sessions, Paul is still working on it. Not the first time played in front of the other guys.
4.
Crackin' Up(McDaniel)
0:34
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.023a
The Beatles
George leads the band into this cover of Bo Diddley.
5.
All Shook Up(Blackwell/Presley)
1:08
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.024
The Beatles
Cover of Elvis. Sung by all the three guys.
6.
Your True Love(Perkins)
1:44
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.25
The Beatles
Paul leads the band into this Carl Perkins number.
7.
Blue Suede Shoes(Perkins)
1:30
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.026
The Beatles
Cover of Elvis. John is singing off-mike, almost unhearble.
8.
Three Cool Cats(Leiber/Stoller)
2:19
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.027
The Beatles
Strange version of this oldie song performed by all the band and sung by George. After a while John and Paul starts to sing too.
9.
Lucille(Penniman/Collins)
2:27
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.029
The Beatles
As usual Paul is singing this cover of Little Richard.
10.
I'm So Tired(Lennon/McCartney)
2:32
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Get Back Session
Paul On Vocals
3 Jan 1969
GB03.030
The Beatles
Paul is singing this song available on the last year's Album.
11.
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da(Lennon/McCartney)
1:33
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.031
The Beatles
John and Paul are still remembering their compositions. This is almost a parody.
12.
Third Man Theme (The Harry Lime Theme)(Karas/Lord)
1:53
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.035
The Beatles
John leads the band into this Instrumental song. This performance is very close to the original one.
13.
Don't Let Me Down(Lennon/McCartney)
2:46
Song
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
The Beatles
NEW!!!

John and Paul are singing in harmony on the majority of the song.
14.
I've Got A Feeling(Lennon/McCartney)
4:12
Song
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
The Beatles
NEW!!!

Paul is still working on the lyrics and the band is still developing the song.
15.
The One After 909(Lennon/McCartney)
3:17
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.045
The Beatles
The Beatles are remembering the old Lennon-McCartney songs. Paul is very excited.
16.
Wake Up In The Morning(Lennon/McCartney)
2:33
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.046
The Beatles
Listed as "Because I Know You Love Me So".

This old L-M composition is sung by Paul and John, who seems to not remember all the words.
17.
If Tomorrow Ever Comes(Lennon/McCartney)
1:04
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.048
The Beatles
Listed as "I'll Wait 'Til Tomorrow"

Paul leads the band into this very old L-M song. At 0:04 you can hear George saying: "Wow!".
18.
Won't You Please Say Goodbye(Lennon/McCartney)
1:01
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.051
The Beatles
All the three guys are singing this L-M number.
19.
Bring It On Home To Me(Cooke)
1:55
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.052
The Beatles
Listed as "Bring It On Home"
George leads the band into this Sam Cooke cover. John will later release his version of this song on his 1975 'Rock And Roll' LP.
20.
Hitch Hike(Gaye/Stevenson/Paul)
2:00
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.053
The Beatles
George leads the band into this oldie rock and roll number.
21.
You Can't Do That(Lennon/McCartney)
2:15
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.054
The Beatles
John and George are singing lead on this one. At some points - where Paul join in - the song breaks up, but after some seconds it is re-started.
22.
The Hippy Hippy Shake(Romero)
2:36
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.055
The Beatles
Good performance of this song sung by George and Paul who is trying to remember how were the original one.
23.
Short Fat Fanny(Williams)
3:03
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.060
The Beatles
George is singing lead on this Little Richard song, with a little help by Paul.
24.
Midnight Special (Prisoner's Song)(Trad. Arr. Ledbetter/Lomax)
2:08
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.061
The Beatles
John and Paul starts to sing this old Leadbelly song. Paul doesn't remember all the lyrics and John is making his own.
25.
What Do You Wanna Make Those Eyes At Me For?(McCarthy/Johnson/Monaco/Lane)
1:04
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.064
The Beatles
Listed as "What Do You Wanna Make Those Eyes At Me For? (When They Don't Mean What they Say!)"

John, George and Paul sings lead on this one.
26.
All Things Must Pass(Harrison)
3:36
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
GB03.080
The Beatles
George explains to John how to bend a note on the piano and John is doing it during the whole song. At the middle-eight George calls: "Middle-eight!"
27.
Maxwell's Silver Hammer(Lennon/McCartney)
2:26
Song
Get Back Session
3 Jan 1969
The Beatles
NEW!!

Good performance of this new McCartney's composition. Vigotone liner notes says that Paul is on bass, but Paul is really on the piano and George is on bass.
28.
Improvisation(-)
6:02
Song
Version validated
Get Back Session
6 Jan 1969
GB06.12
The Beatles
Just improvising a rock and roll tune. At 0:34 you can hear a voice saying: "65 take 1, ignore 64 announcement".
29.
You Wear Your Women Out(McCartney)
2:54
Song
Get Back Session
6 Jan 1969
The Beatles
NEW!!!

Bluesy improvisation with Paul on vocals.
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: Gary , gbeegle@frontiernet.netOn 14 Feb 2001
This first disc of this wonderful 17 CD set has many great things going for it.First there is the first know take of "Let It Be".From there we are given many great covers of 1950's rock & roll songs (Lucille,all shook up,blue suede shoes,etc,etc...).This disc has a great version of Paul singing John's song "I'm so Tired".An interesting version
"ob-la-di,ob-la-da".From there tracks 13,14,& 15 gives us 3 very interesting early versions of "Don't let me Down","I've got a Feeling" and "The one after 909".After that more great '50's cover versions.A great version of "All things must pass" as well as a never released version of "maxwell silver hammer".Track 28 gives us a nice little instrumental jam and the disc finishes up with a song which is probalby another little know 1950's cover called "You wear your women out" which is sung by Paul and it really rocks out.Overall this is a very enjoyable CD and is only the beginning of more great stuff to come in the rest of this fantastic set.Get it now,don't delay because it will become core material in you bootleg collection!It rates a 10+++ !
Review by: Alessandro Marinho, taj.mahal@uol.com.brOn 12 Jun 2001
WHO SAYS IT IS A CD-R BOX HAS TO BE CRAZY !! It can't be more pure than that man It even has those tiny little tracks found only in original CDs the bottom of It is pure silver as well, no trace of yellow or MITSUI stuff like the previous ones....MAN THIS BOX IS THE ULTIMATE IF YOU SEE IT BUY IT, BECAUSE I DOUBT YELLOW DOG OR RELATED CAN MATCH THIS ONE BY VIGOTONE !!!!! THE ART WORK IS OUT OF THIS WORLD THE BOOK IS A LP SIZED BOOK WITH 48 PAGES (AWESOME)THE PICTURES ARE CRISTAL CLEAR, THE 17 th CD IMITATES THE LONG PLAY SLEEVES FROM OLD TIMES !!!YOU HAVE TO GET IT NOW, THE SOUND IS PURE PERFECTION, ONLY THOSE WHO OWN THIS BOX CAN SEE THE BEAUTY OF IT, TRUST ME !!!!!!!
Review by: EdselOn 01 Mar 2002 at 20:51 CEST
An asolute top-notch set, no doubt. Sound quality is about as perfect as it could get. It's all been said before how marvelous the "Thirty Days" set is, but what I find to be the most amazing thing about it is to actually hear the greatest band that ever was sitting around and sounding so... uninspired and unmotivated. No, really. When you listen in to these tapes, you hear 4 guys who most definitely did not want to be in the same room having every single note they played recorded for posterity. Quite amazing that when you think that "Please Please Me" was recorded in just a few days, and the "Get Back" album technically never even got finished, and that was only about 6 years later.
Review by: David SebekOn 02 Jun 2003 at 18:30 CEST
Alessandro, what in the hell is a CD-R Box? Pure silver, and no trace of yellow? Is this code language, or what. If you saw the film, "Let It Be", the opening scene features Paul sitting at the grande piano, a half eaten green apple atop. The full bearded Paul tickles out Samuel Barber's "Adagio For Strings" on the keys. A wonderful, yet haunting scene, and an omen of things to come: the disintegration of Apple, and solo careers for each member of the group. The first CD in this 17 disc collection fittingly starts with Paul's rendition (Adagio For Strings) on piano. Beautiful sound, and then the transition into an early take of "Let It Be" is breathtaking. Everything else has been covered above, a great disc to own (I only have the first six). The Twickingham Studios, (remember the film) were cold, dark, and quite moody. The Beatles were for the most part, uncomfortable recording there, and eventually moved operations over to Apple. Whatever the case, history will have it that the Beatles were miserable in the midst of each others company at both Twickingham and Apple, but you would never know it after listening to this disc; they seem to be having a blast.
Review by: loboOn 07 Dec 2004 at 11:33 CEST
This sessions convert the most persuaded Beatles fan into a Stones dependant. Simply horrible! After listening to the guys for one hour you easily understand why Macca told George how and WHEN to play guitar.

If your social life suffers from your beatleg addiction this is the medicine!

Why 10 stars? It's the Beatles, isn't it?
Review by: tommysproductsOn 11 Feb 2007 at 06:59 CEST

GREAT SOUND QUALITY.

1 loved it yo!
Review by: MustardrackoonOn 12 Jul 2007 at 10:38 CEST
Płyte otwiera dobra wersja Adagip
Potem jest let it be
Potem dobra wersja Three cool cats
I'm so tired w wersji paula jest bardzo interesująca
Potem jest smieszna wersja Obladi
Third man theme jest niezłe
Potem jest jeden z moich ulubionych piosenek z tej płyty Because i know love you so
Hitch hike dobry rock'n'roll
Potem dobra wersja You can't do that
Ocena 10
Najlepsza składanka z let it be sessions
Review by: FoxHoundOn 24 Oct 2009 at 16:57 CEST
This is indeed a nice compilation, but for the ultimate Get Back Sessiones one must go for the Purple Chick mega set.
The nice extra on this box is that it includes the rooftop concert and one of Glyn John's mixes.
Review by: drrobert61On 25 Oct 2009 at 02:32 CEST
The book in this box is so good everytime I put on one of these discs I have to read the book plus great pictures ,also comes with the 1st mix of the get back album which made me buy the 2nd mix from vigatone which is done in the same way, another great book included, then apple put out Let it be ..Naked! what a joke!! These cds cut out all the stopping & starting ,pauses and weak parts of the Get Back tapes which used to be real hard to listen to. Core release.
Review by: panda0809On 29 Apr 2011 at 23:43 CEST
this is an awesome collection. the first disc is really good it gets you started on whats coming on the folling disc. i have just recently got this collection and it is amazing.


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Filename: vt218
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 : 08 Feb 2012 17:41:33
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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