01 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Sound Effects)
02 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Backing Track)
03 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Lead And Harmony Vocals)
04 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Lead Guitar And Horns)
05 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Percussion, Bass Guitar And Guitar)
06 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Backing Track)
07 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Organ, Lead And Backing Vocals)
08 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Backing Vocals And Guitar)
09 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (5.1 L Front)
10 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (5.1 Center)
11 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (5.1 R Front)
12 - Getting Better (Pianet And Drums)
13 - Getting Better (Stereo Center)
14 - Getting Better (Stereo Right)
15 - Fixing A Hole (Drums And Harpsichord)
16 - Fixing A Hole (Vocals)
17 - Fixing A Hole (Stereo Right)
18 - She's Leaving Home (Strings #1)
19 - She's Leaving Home (Strings #2)
20 - She's Leaving Home (Lead And Backing Vocals)
21 - She's Leaving Home (Harmony And Backing Vocals)
22 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! (Stereo Organs And Calliopes)
23 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! (Drums)
24 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! (Bass)
25 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! (Vocals)
COMMENTS BY THE AUTHOR:
Deconstructing Pepperland: Multitracks and Artificial Isolations Of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
For all its reputation as a groundbreaking and influential album, relatively little in the way of outtakes from "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" has emerged through the years. Recently, however, actual multitracks from four songs came to light and reached wide distribution via the Purple Chick Deluxe Edition. This left quite a few tracks unaccounted for, but isolations and manipulations of 5.1 remixes from the Yellow Submarine DVD (Kaleidoscope) and Love (Loveology) and the Rockband video game have produced outfakes that isolate sole (or simply less) components of the rest. Often imperfect, with artifacts of other tracks (and in the case of Loveology, other SONGS) leaking in, they are nonetheless fascinating.
For me as a listener, however, the presentation leaves something to be desired, with the material grouped by source rather than era and a completist's unwillingness to discard the less gratifying reductions. So just for my own listening pleasure, I compiled this selection of Sgt. Pepper multitracks and artificial isolations in the running order of the original album, with just a few slight edits - removing some irrelevant material from the Loveology tracks, combining the Kaleidoscope rear channels into a less redundant stereo image. I threw in a few earlier bootlegged tracks and even a legitimately released Anthology track just to help the flow and complete the picture of this fascinating album. There's nothing here that hasn't made the rounds before, it's just my attempt to create a satisfying listen for the somewhat-but-not-totally-obsessive Pepper fan. Private Salt
VINCE'S COMMENTS: This "As Well As Abbey Road" LP, which is a Brazilian copy of 'No.3 Abbey Road NW8', from Alternative Record Company (1983). The tracks are at 320 kbps with artwork. 'Front' is the original cover sleeve, 'Front2' is an alternate but better photo. Not very good quality but still great for collectors.
A very special thanks for Vincent for his efforts and continuous support. Way to go man!
This is another hard to find, "The Beatles - For The Last Time", vinyl bootleg LP from Aftermath Records (1976). The quality and graphics are not too bad considering the age and wear. I have many more I will send as I complete the necessary improvements to them.
BTW, I really enjoy being able to share these, like you, with other Beatles fans. I am old enough to remember their 1st Ed Sullivan TV appearance and collected all their 'official' recordings and a few boots. Much to my regret I do not have them any longer so your website helps me recollect the music I miss. In my later years I worked for ABC/Dunhill Records for several years and have spent a lot of studio time with many recording artists. Not as a producer but at a Record Company representative (Director of Artist Relations). I have only met George Harrison when he was recording down the hall at the Record Plant one evening in Los Angeles. A moment I will never forget.
Disc 2 - We were able to isolate and reverse the last 19:01 of track 14, Helter Skelter, from disc 2. After some initial babbling by Yoko the rest of it is a radio interview with Paul the day before the White Album's official release, except for the very end which has more Yoko babbling and then a short doodling by Paul and John.
Disc 5: The first 90 seconds of dead air is gone. What remains is a short exchange between David Frost and John, and then a really short exchange between David Frost and Yoko, edited to various very short lengths and repeated 26 times, if I counted correctly! Why someone would go to the trouble to create this nonsense is beyond me.
Another great Vince's contribution! Good job dude!
BITRATE: 128 Kbps + FLAC
01 - As Time Goes By
02 - I Saw Her Standing There
03 - Whatever Gets You Through The Night
04 - Move Over Ms. L
05 - Angel Baby
06 - I Found Out
07 - Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
08 - Give Peace A Chance
09 - I'm The Greatest
10 - Be My Baby
11 - Yer Blues
12 - Do The Oz
13 - What's The New Mary Jane
14 - As Time Goes By
15 - (Just Like) Starting Over
16 - Good Night
17 - Limited Edition - (Side 1) - Flac
18 - Limited Edition - (Side 2) - Flac
VINCE'S COMMENTS: 'John Lennon - Limited Edition', 1982 Bag Records. The flac files (2) are the original LP tracks. I then convert them to Mp3 @ 128kbps. Next, I put the Mp3 through a program to remove noise, clicks and hiss as much as possible to try to restore to the original state. Then I separate into individual tracks with fade in and fade out. Also included is the original LP scan (before) and a cleaned up version that I did. This is one of the earliest NEMS Beatlegs, compiling the best of John Lennon's rarities and studio alternates.
An excellent job! Special thanks to Vincent for this!!!
BITRATE: 128 Kbps + FLAC
01 - Get Back
02 - The Walk
03 - Let It Be
04 - One After 909i
05 - Teddy Boy
06 - Two Of Us
07 - Don't Let Me Down
08 - I've Got A Feeling
09 - The Long And Winding Road
10 - Dig It
11 - For You Blue
12 - Dig A Pony
13 - Get Back
14 - Get Back Sessions (Side 1) - FLAC (entire side 1)
15 - Get Back Sessions (Side 2) - FLAC (entire side 2)
The Flac file is the original vinyl side with clicks, noise and hiss. I converted the Flac to MP3 and put the MP3 through a software I have to eliminate the clicks, noise and hiss as much as possible. Usually the results are great but sometimes very difficult to remove everything depending on the condition of the vinyl. Next I separated the tracks with fade-ins and fade-outs to make them distinctive tracks. As for the artwork, I took the original scan, which due to the age, is usually very worn out and discolored so I manually, with other software, cleaned up the graphics as best as possible to make them more presentable. This part usually takes me 1 to 2 days to clean up. So, what you have is, (14-15 ) the original Flac vinyl file of Side 1 and Side 2, separated tracks (01-13) and two copies of the artwork before and after the cleaning. The combination of the files would allow the 'downloader' to choose what they want and don't want. You can definitely tell the difference (usually) after the files have been cleaned up without the noise, etc.
Publisher: Trade Mark Of Quality - cat. TMOQ 1801 - 1979