|A1||All You Need Is Love. "Our World" Full Version "|
|A2||Norwegian Wood. Take 1|
|A3||Not Guilty, Take 102|
|B1||Lady Madonna, Take 3|
|B2||Rain, Take 7|
|B3||A Day In The Life (RS5)|
|B4||A Day In The Life (RS6)|
|B5||What's The New Mary Jane? Take 4 (Extra Overdubs)|
|C1||Hello Goodbye. Take 1|
|C2||Paperback Writer. Take 1|
|C3||Paperback Writer. Take 2|
|C4||Hey Jude. Take 9|
|C5||I Hate To See From Rehearsal For "Experiment In T.V."|
|D1||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 1|
|D2||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 2|
|D3||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 3|
|D4||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 4|
|D5||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 5|
|D6||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 6|
|D7||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 7|
|D8||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 25|
|D9||Strawberry Fields Forever. Take 26|
Very good to excellent audio.
Discs are not marked Disc 1/Disc 2, but "Side 1 of 2" and "Side 2 of 2" on both labels. Disc 1 is mis-labelled as Side 2 of 2 but is really side 1 of 1 and vice-versa for side 2.
Jacket has Swinging Pig logo and copyright statement. Labels are "Beeb Transcription Records" marbled background with blue print.
Cover-#: TR 2191 S
Label A: TR 2191 A
Label B: TR 2191 B
Label C: TR 2191 C
Label D: TR 2191 D
A1 All You Need Is Love; from Our World satellite TV broadcast, 25 Jun 1967, Complete segment. Take 58 was the all important broadcast version, although George Martin greatly decreased the dreaded possibility of an on-air foul-up by having the Beatles play to their own pre-recorded rhythm track of take 10. (mono)
A2 Norwegian Wood; Take 1, 12 Oct 1965. Complete, with different arrangement, with drums.
A3 Not Guilty; Take 102,12 Aug 1968. White album out-take
A4 Because; early Aug 1969. Vocal track only
B1 Lady Madonna; Take 3, 3 Feb 1968, before over dubs
B2 Rain; Take 7, Apr 1966. Used for released version, wide vocal/tambourine separation
B3 A Day In The Life; RS5, remix #5 - (partial/false start)
B4 A Day In The Life; RS6, remix #6 - (partial)
B5 What's The New Mary Jane?; Take 4, 14 Aug 1968
C1 Hello Goodbye; Take 1, 2 Oct 1967. Backing track-sans vocals, no over dubs. Called "Hello Hello" at this point (mono)
C2 Paperback Writer; Take 1, false start (mono)
C3 Paperback Writer; Take 2, used for released version, with over-dubs, dry mix, no fade
C4 Hey Jude; Take 9, 30 Jul 1968. From rehearsal for 'Experiment in Television' TV special-stereo!
C5 I Hate To See; 30 Jul 1968. From rehearsal for 'Experiment in Television' TV special
D1 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 1, 24 Nov 1966. 1st studio attempt
D2 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 2, 28 Nov 1966. Backing track, no vocals.
D3 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 3, 28 Nov 1966. False start
D4 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 4, 28 Nov 1966. With vocals added
D5 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 5, 29 Nov 1966. False start
D6 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 6, 29 Nov 1966. With over-dubs.
D7 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 1 Take 7, 29 Nov 1966. With over-dubs. This is the take used for the released version.
D8 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 2, Take 25, Overdubs, 15 Dec 1966. No vocals yet. Takes 9-24 recorded 8 Dec 1966. First 3 quarters of take 15 with the last quarter of take 24 was reduced to just one track on the four-track tape and called take 25 in 15 Dec 1966, Slightly pitched up
D9 Strawberry Fields Forever; Version 2, Take 26, 15 Dec 1966. With over-dubs & vocals added, Slightly pitched up. Used for released version but does not fade out and back in. No fade at end.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Runout Side A - Etched): TR 2191-A
- Barcode (Runout Side B - Etched): TR 2191-B
- Barcode (Runout Side C - Etched): TR 2191-C
- Barcode (Runout Side D - Etched): TR 2191-D
- Rights Society: STEMRA
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