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The Beatles - Celluloid Rock

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HQ Scans:
Publisher: Yellow Dog Records
Reference :YD 006
Date :1991
Made In :Luxembourg
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 55:04


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
I've Got A Feeling(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
27 Jan 1969
DDSI 27.11
The Beatles
Rip It Up(Blackwell/Marascalco)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Shake, Rattle And Roll(Calhoun)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Medley title
(date unknown)
Kansas City(Leiber/Stoller)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Miss Ann(Johnson/Penniman)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Lawdy Miss Clawdy(Price)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Blue Suede Shoes(Perkins)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
You Really Got A Hold On Me(Robinson)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Get Back(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
23 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Was DDSI 23.30.
Due to track length,should be GB23.31, as 23.30 runs only 7 seconds.
The Long And Winding Road(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
31 Jan 1969
DDSI 31.30
The Beatles
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Don't Let Me Down(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
22 Jan 1969
DDSI 22.49
The Beatles
For You Blue(Harrison)
Get Back Session
25 Jan 1969
DDSI 25.24
The Beatles
The Walk(McCracklin/Gorlic)
Get Back Session
27 Jan 1969
DDSI 27.10
The Beatles
mis-credited to McCartney. Jimmy McCracklin wrote it in the 50's.
Teddy Boy(McCartney)
Get Back Session
24 Jan 1969
DDSI 24.22
The Beatles
Two Of Us(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
24 Jan 1969
DDSI 24.39
The Beatles
Dig A Pony(Lennon/McCartney)
Get Back Session
23 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Was DDSI 23.35

Which mix is it ? Acetate ? 1st mix ? (certainly not "2nd mix") ? Or is it non mixed ??
Dig It(Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey)
Get Back Session
26 Jan 1969
The Beatles
Was DDSI 26.27
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


Review by: william, nursewil@club-internet.frOn 24 Aug 1999
Good one: the sound is great, some versions are enjoyable and if you don't have any bootleg of this period, this one can be taken without hesitation. it seems that the sound is better than Anthology 3.
Review by: Claude Defer, cdefer@voila.frOn 07 Nov 1999
An excellent bootleg that shows an excellent overviews of the 3 kind of recordings you can get from "Get Back Sessions" bootlegs:
  • New songs (I've Got A Feeling, Two Of Us, Get Back, etc)
  • Covers of rock'n'roll classics (Rip It Up, Shake Rattle And Roll, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Blue Suede Shoes, etc)
  • Old Beatles songs revisited (Kansas City, You Really Got A Hold On Me)

Notice that Allen Klein wanted that each of these categories resulted to a specific album. In fact, only the new songs made their way to an album ("Let It Be").

Excellent bootleg qui illustre parfaitement les 3 grandes catégories d'enregistrements issus des Get Back sessions, à savoir :
  • des nouvelles chansons (I've Got a Feeling, Two of Us, Get Back, ...)
  • des reprises de classiques du rock (Rip it Up, Shake Rattle and Roll, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Blue Suede Shoes, ...)
  • des retours sur le répertoire Beatles (Kansas City, You Really Got A Hold On Me).

A noter que, si l'on en croit les intentions d'Allen Klein à son arrivée aux affaires d'Apple, chacune des ces catégories devait déboucher sur un album spécifique. En fait, seul l'album consacré aux chansons nouvelles vit le jour sous le nom de "Let It Be".
Review by: david, tinatoms@aol.comOn 16 Feb 2000
I agree with prior review that the sound quality on this CD is excellent, it is quite superb. several of the songs are on the official Anthology, but mixing is somewhat different. one example, on Teddy Boy, the barnyard vocals by Lennon on Celluloid Rock are less prominent than what is found on the official Anthology version of Teddy Boy. On Celluloid, the 8 minite plus version of Dig It is just great, too bad that Apple and Capitol did not put this full version on the official Anthology set. the old rock and roll songs on Celluloid are also better than on Anthology official CD, in that Celluloid presents them in a fuller version. overall, i would give this yellow dog cd a very high rating, superb sound quality. however, there are no liner notes with this cd, but the overall quality of cd more than makes up for that.
Review by: Eric, sink0014@tc.umn.eduOn 16 Apr 2000
Awesome disc with lot's of first-time-heard tracks. The sound quality is unbelievable mono and must originate from a copy close to the master tapes. Inludes: many outtakes from the Get Back sessions, a excellent copy of the Get Back Acetate (sounds more like it comes from a tape than a record) and also this disc includes the rock and roll jam from the movie in it's FULL version (Anthology threes first mistake!) BUY THIS DISC!!!!
Review by: pohlar prod,On 15 Jun 2000
As everybody else said... this disc sounds great. Like Anthology Volume 3, I would argue with some of the takes selected... "Get Back" is pretty pedestrian, as are a few other songs. "The Walk" is excellent, but someone cut out McCartney's growls after the song, and that's a damn shame.
Review by: Gary,On 27 Jul 2000
I have many bootlegs with Get back session material,and this is one of the best.As stated above,the sound quality is great on this one.You need to have this CD just for the 8+ minute version of "Dig it".Why it didn't appear on anthology is a mystery to me.For that song alone,you really need to add this to your collection.This is a very good CD,if you see it,buy it,you won't be sorry.
Review by: MayfieldOn 25 Dec 2001 at 10:27 CEST
This is a really great disc and certainly one of the best of the early yellow dog titles. If you ask me this is probably the most enjoyable cd of get back material to listen to for a beatles fan that may not have taken that dive into the sessions yet. Great highlights from apple, no depression drowned material from twikenham and generally just great sound and a great mix. i think the boys at yellow dog did a one up on spector and glynis. apple take notes.
Review by: Mr.Mustard xOn 13 Aug 2002 at 06:05 CEST
no extensive jams, laughter or talk here , just versions.
most obvious gets why paul's teddy boy was rejected by the others, i find it absolutly boring here :)
sound quality is really fine, it's a rocking album
Review by: ANCOn 17 Aug 2003 at 20:24 CEST
The sound quality is amazing, not from the nagra film reels. The 8 min+ Dig It is great, wanted the full track, but its great. Heard the full track from one of the reels, which, it was nice to hear the full track, but thank god that Glyn took out Heathers vocal screams!
Review by: CalicoSkiesNCOn 03 Dec 2003 at 20:50 CEST
This disc is among my top 5 faves. Its great fun to listen to all the way thru, the sound quality is excellent and consistent. I really love the stretch of oldies covers.
Review by: pasqcann1962On 12 Dec 2003 at 21:04 CEST
I found this album to be an extremely enjoyable listening experience all the way through. It definately belongs on everyone's cd rack as a core holding of the Beatles extensive beatleg catalogue. A great way to get a cohesive grouping of songs from the Get Back Sessions. Trade for it, you won't regret it.
Review by: cavernOn 13 Dec 2003 at 23:35 CEST
Review by: GarygOn 21 Jan 2004 at 00:11 CEST
Just got this in a trade today. I was intending to only listen to a few tracks and spot check it to make sure it was a good copy, but I couldn't turn it off. Some bootlegs are great for historical and curiosity value. This is one I am going to listen to often for pure rock'n enjoyment. It's going to be in my car changer a lot!
Review by: BixxOn 31 Jul 2004 at 19:37 CEST
Too much "Pro Tools" Processing.
Review by: mojofilterOn 25 Nov 2004 at 07:55 CEST
i think this disc is the disc that all other Get Back/ Let It Be outtakes should be compared to. I enjoy it thouroughly! Great Sound. I disagree with the over use of Pro Tools processing
Review by: ninjasinchinatownOn 20 Aug 2005 at 01:17 CEST
One of the bests bootlegs. Yellow Dog gave us a new way to listen the Get Back Sessions. Great Sound, Great Selection and a new chance to love this era.
Review by: fugnoOn 20 Oct 2005 at 05:44 CEST
What can I say?The album is fantastic!
Review by: grandegiOn 14 May 2006 at 16:04 CEST
Good selection from the 'Get back' sessions in excellent sound quality
Review by: MorninggloryseedOn 20 Jun 2008 at 06:16 CEST
The sound is good, but upon closer inspection it is neither stereo, nor true mono. Listen to the drumming...you can hear phasing (I think this is what others refer to as 'pro-tools processing.) I think these are combinations of two camera rolls playing together for a mock-stereo effect...I don't know the intention but you can hear for yourself...its not stereo and certainly not mono.
Review by: AudioarchivistOn 12 Oct 2008 at 22:51 CEST
Overall this stuff does sound pretty cool. Tracks sound to be from varying sources to me. I'd have to somewhat agree with the idea of a bit of post processing being done here and there, but I think on especially the last few tracks it might be more like a matrix mix of some combination of Nagra A & B Rolls AND the Soundboard Get Back Tapes mixed together on some tracks...
...at least I think that would be an interesting idea to do! The Nagra's would give Glyn's mix a cool layer of ambiance and unheard life. Or better yet imagine some kind of 5.1 surround remix with the board tapes in front and the nagras behind you. Hmmmm that would be nice! If only...
The other possibility I think could be going on here is that the bootlegger remixed or remastered this stuff with some processing and added some reverb to add some new dimension to old tapes we already had elsewhere maybe? After all, you never really know with bootleg companies!
For the A & B Camera rolls that were recorded from different mics it is not mock stereo when the two are heard together it is very real as the room sounded to them as they played live. Hyper-stereo or binaural sounding from what I've heard of it so far.
Regardless of all my dreaming or whatever the bootlegger might have done as far as remixing or processing reverb into the mix or whatever, this disc is pretty cool to get in a trade or something don't hesitate get it.
Review by: drrobert61On 15 Feb 2009 at 19:52 CEST
I love this cd, it's the very first version I ever heard of this stuff in the early 70's. It's great to have it cleaned up. this is the Kum Back lp mixes.Every time I hear this cd I think of walking down the boards in Wildwood N.J. pass the headshops that sold these lps..
Review by: panda0809On 09 Apr 2011 at 07:40 CEST
amazing album. sound quality is great! they took out all the beeps and slate calls. just sounds great and very well put together.the first half does sound better than the second which sounds a little processed but still a very good listen. listen to it and you will not be disapointed
Review by: troughtonpertweeOn 15 Feb 2013 at 15:41 CEST
A beautiful snapshot of those interminable Get Back sessions (and I've got the Day By Day series). Like others, I recommend the full version of "Dig It!"

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Filename: yd006
Originally filled by: Francois VDL 100260.2504@compuserve.com
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: François Vander Linden, beatleg@easynet.be
Last Revision Date : 27 Aug 2000 00:00:00
Online on : 15 Nov 2001
Type of media: Bootleg CD
Revision history
ver 2 (3 nov 1996)
added time + comment on #11

Ver 1 (21 apr 1996)
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