Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Beatles - WBCN Get Back Reference Acetate (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

Publisher:  Yellow Dog Records
Reference : YD035 Digi Case
CD Matrix NO :- DOG 035 1406-B
Date :1993
Made In :Hungary
Lineage :- Mint Silver CD>EAC>FLAC8>
Booklet & packaging : Digi Case Version
Artwork Included
Data Files Included
Total duration: 76:36

1. Radio Announcer (0:48)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 26th January 1969:
2. Let It Be (4:02)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 22nd January 1969:
3. Don't Let Me Down (3:54)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 25th January 1969:
4. For You Blue (3:09)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 27th January 1969:
5. Get Back (2:53)   
6. The Walk (0:58)   

7. Radio Announcer (2:10)   
8. Radio Announcer (0:35)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 23rd January 1969:
9. Get Back (2:49)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 24th January 1969:
10. Teddy Boy (5:54)   
11. Two Of Us (3:57)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 23rd January 1969:
12. Dig A Pony (4:47)   
13. I've Got A Feeling (3:02)   

Apple Studios, London, United Kingdom. 31st January 1969:
14. The Long And Winding Road (3:43)   

Twickenham Film Studios, London, United Kingdom. 14th January 1969:
15. BONUSTRACK: Studio Talk (33:58)


Comments
This is a CD version of a tape recording made on September 22nd 1969 (by persons unknown) of a US radio DJ playing a tape of some early Glyn John?s mixes of Let It Be/Get Back tracks which were issued to some US radio stations in mid to late 1969.

NOTE: There is NO SUCH THING as a "promo acetate" of the "Get Back" album, and it WAS NOT issued to any radio station anywhere. WE GOT TO STOP PERPETUATING THIS FALSEHOOD!!! This is a tape of Glyn Johns' reference acetate that made its way to the US, where it was played on some "underground" FM stations (the first being WKBW-FM in Buffalo, New York).A more complete version of this same tape of the radio broadcast on WBCN-FM is on "Posters, Incense And Strobe Candles". Most of it has been edited out on this CD.

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