Anthology 1





Free As A Bird

Speech: John Lennon

That'll Be The Day

In Spite Of All The Danger

Speech: Paul McCartney

Hallelujah, I Love Her So

You'll Be Mine


Speech : Paul

My Bonnie

Ain't She Sweet

Cry For A Shadow

Speech: John

Speech: Brian Epstein


Three Cool Cats

The Sheik Of Araby

Like Dreamers Do

Hello Little Girl

Speech: Brian Epstein

Besame Mucho

Love Me Do

How Do You Do It

Please Please Me

One After 909 (False Starts)

One After 909

Lend Me Your Comb

I'll Get You 

Speech: John

I Saw Her Standing There

From Me To You

Money (That's What I Want)

You Really Got A Hold On Me

Roll Over Beethoven





Anthology 1





She Loves You

Till There Was You

Twist And Shout

This Boy

I Want To Hold Your Hand

Speech: Eric Morecombe and Ernie Wise

Moonlight Bay

Can't Buy Me Love

All My Loving

You Can't Do That

And I Love Her

A Hard Days Night

I Wanna Be Your Man

Long Tall Sally



I'll Be Back (Demo)

I'll Be Back  (Complete)

You Know What To Do

No Reply (Demo)

Mr. Moonlight

Leave My Kitten Alone

No Reply

Eight Days A Week (False Starts)

Eight Days A Week 

Kansas City / Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey

Released in 1995 by Apple Records this is the first of  three double disc sets.  Produced and directed by George Martin, these discs contain unused tracks, demo's as well as some that have been heard before.

Anthology 1 starts at the begin of The Beatles, with a recording made in 1958 by The Quarrymen.  Next is The Beatles with Stuart Sutcliffe  (in his only known recordings) in a 1960 recording done at Paul's home.

The Album then covers the early years of The Beatles and takes up to 1964.  The accompanying booklet contains some pictures that have been previously unseen also. 

The most amazing part of the album is the first track.  It is a brand new Beatles song, the first time since 1970. John has been gone for 15 years and The Beatles can still release a new song. 

"Free As A Bird" was a piece of music that John had never completed and was recorded as a demo at his home in New York around 1970.  Paul, George and Ringo added their voices and and instruments during recording sessions in 1994.  The result is incredible.


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