Beatles Cd - The Lost Pepperland Reel And Other Rarities

 Beatles Cd - The Lost Pepperland Reel And Other Rarities
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 Beatles Cd - The Lost Pepperland Reel And Other Rarities
1. All You Need Is Love (Lennon/McCartney) 04:34

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 58 RM11 25 Jun 1967

The Beatles Edit of RM11 (1 nov 1967)

Early mix with longer ending and no fade. (contains an extension edit and ends cold unlike other versions)

Pitch correction: -0.7% 2. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Lennon/McCartney) 03:38 Take 8 RM20 2 Mar 1967

The Beatles RM20 (2 mar 1967)

Unused version for Yellow Submarine cartoon with opening lines sung by Boob character (undocumented overdub by Dick Emery)

Pitch correction: +2.0% 3. Good Morning Animal Noises (unknown) 01:41 RM20 (date unknown)

The Beatles Tape compiled 28 feb 1967, copy called RM20, 1 nov 1967

Just the animal sound effects from the end of "Good Morning, Good Morning" 4. Intro To Sgt. Pepper (unknown) 00:58 RM20 (date unknown)

The Beatles Tape compiled 6 mar 1967, copy called RM20, 1 nov 1967 Crowd noise tapes used for "Sgt. Pepper" openine. 5. Billy Shears Applause (unknown) 00:38 RM20 (date unknown)

The Beatles tape compiled 6 mar 1967, copy called RM20, 1 nov 1967 6. Yellow Submarine (Lennon/McCartney) 02:46 Take 5 RM5 26 May 1966

The Beatles RM5 (3 jun 1966), copy on 1 nov 1967

Pitch correction: +0.9% 7. It's All Too Much (Harrison) 08:19 Take 2 RM1 2 Jun 1967

The Beatles RM1 (12 oct 1967), copy 15 nov 1967

Long version w/ extra verse and extended fade The unedited version, previously available only as an external recording in poor quality is "Arrive Without Aging"

Pitch correction: off 8. All Together Now (Lennon/McCartney) 02:18

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 9 RM6 12 May 1967

The Beatles RM6 (12 may 1967), copy 15 nov 1967

Mono mix of standard version. Unreleased officially. This has nothing to do with the mono CV. The mono CV is a combination of the two stereo channels of the stereo CV.

Pitch correction: +0.7% 9. Only A Northern Song (Harrison) 03:30 Take 3 & 11 RM6 20 Apr 1967

The Beatles RM6, 21 apr 1967, copy 15 nov 1967

Mono mix of standard version (unreleased officially)

Pitch correction: -0.1% 10. Hey Bulldog (Lennon/McCartney) 03:08 Take 10 RM2 11 Feb 1968

The Beatles RM2 (11 feb 1968) Mono mix of standard version

Pitch correction: -4.6% 11. Mellotron Music No. 4 (Lennon) 01:50 Instrumental Jul 1968

The Beatles John Lennon experiment with Mellotron and tape loops.

The Mellotron Music tracks are continued from Vigotone "Revolution" CD, where #1, #2 & #3 are located.

Pitch correction: +0.6% 12. Penny Lane Overdub Session (unknown) 06:33 (unidentified) 9 Jan 1967

The Beatles John's personal tape of between-takes conversation by the musicians taping overdubs this day for "Penny Lane".

Not sourced from The Lost Lennon Tapes. This is the longest known tape of the session.

Pitch correction: +1.5% 13. Good Morning Good Morning (Lennon/McCartney) 01:05 Demo Jan 1967

The Beatles John on the Mellotron.

Not sourced from The Lost Lennon Tapes. This is better quality and has 0:02 extra audio than the LLT tape.

Pitch correction: -1.6% 14. Breakdown (unknown) 01:48 (unidentified) (date unknown)

The Beatles Sgt. Pepper session breakdown with John and Ringo.

Pitch correction: -2.1% 15. She Can Talk To Me (Lennon/McCartney) 01:23 Demo Dec 1967

The Beatles John's work tape for what would become "Hey, Bulldog". This track and the next one is pretty much just John repeating the "You can talk to me" section (with "she" instead of "you")

Longest known tape of this work. This is a continuous tape divided on two tracks. The whole length is 3:19 (or 3:06 at A=440Hz)

Pitch correction: +4.9% 16. She Can Talk To Me (Lennon/McCartney) 01:54 Demo Dec 1967

The Beatles John's work tape for what would become "Hey, Bulldog". This track and the next one is pretty much just John repeating the "You can talk to me" section (with "she" instead of "you")

Longest known tape of this work. This is a continuous tape divided on two tracks. The whole length is 3:19 (or 3:06 at A=440Hz)

Pitch correction: +4.9% 17. Across The Universe (Lennon/McCartney) 01:30 Home Recording 1967 HR091 The Beatles Work tape with John at the piano. At this point all he has is the chorus, which he works his way through a few times.

Source tape, a longer excerpt from the demo of "Cry Baby Cry" (found on "Arrive Without Aging").

Pitch correction: +0.3% 18. You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) (Lennon/McCartney) 02:49 Instrumental Demo Mar 1968

The Beatles A Lennon work tape on piano. This is some noodling around that eventually bears fruit with a piece of "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)"

Pitch correction: -0.1% 19. Chi Chi's Cafe (Lennon/Starkey) 03:10 (unidentified) 1967

The Beatles Late 1967 home tape by John & Ringo Stereo

Some stream-of-conciousness Lennon humor, probably from the Lost Lennon Tapes

Pitch correction: -1.2% 20. Mellotron Music No. 5 (Lennon) 01:58 Instrumental Jul 1968

The Beatles Experimental Lennon piece with Mellotron and tape loops.

Then 7 seconds blank space and: "Have you got time to rectify..." bit of "Think For Yourself" from the Yellow Submarine soundtrack.

The Mellotron Music tracks are continued from Vigotone "Revolution" CD, where #1, #2 & #3 are located.

Pitch correction: -0.8%