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ROCK AND ROLL LOST AND FOUND #2: THE BEATLES AGAIN!!!

The Beatles mono British EP  The Beatles Again!!!

1. I Call Your Name          Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]            
2. That Means A Lot         Anthology 2 [Disc 1]    
3. Slow Down                    Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]        
4. She's A Woman            Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]        
5. You Know What To Do        Anthology 1 [Disc 2]    
6. Long Tall Sally              Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]            
7. Matchbox                     Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]        
8. Bad Boy                        Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]            
9. Leave My Kitten Alone        Anthology 1 [Disc 2]    
10. Dizzy Miss Lizzy               Help! [2009 Stereo Remaster]    
11. Mr. Moonlight                   Anthology 1 [Disc 2]    
12. I'll Be On My Way             Live At The BBC (Disc 1)    
13. I Feel Fine                 Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]    
14. Yes It Is                    Past Masters, Vol. 1 [2009 Stereo Remaster]

Total Time  34:28   

There may be a hundred or more potential (or "lost") Beatles albums between outtakes, alternates, mixes, and post-Beatle recordings.  Here's an attempt to create what could have been a 2nd or 3rd album.  (In this game, the key is to have a possible LP creation of at least 30 minutes with at least 12 tracks.) The sources I used are on the right.

Again, I am not posting the MP3s for these "lost" albums because of the illustrious Web Sheriff.



The Beatles Again

Clever idea. I wish they'd released "Leave My Kitten Alone" and recorded "Bad to Me," the latter of which you didn't include because it's a demo.

Also, if this collection is meant to be listened to outside the later collections, "I'm Down" might be a better entry than "Dizzy Miss Lizzy," which was on both US and UK LPs. Nice concept, tho.

By the way, since the Web Sheriff is on your tail, you can make a playlist out of YouTube videos and link that instead of posting the MP3s.

-- Tony S.