THE BEATLES From Us To You (2011) BBC Outtakes

From Us To You (2011)
Remaster Workshop’s Cleaned Up BBC Outtakes

The fanatics over at Remaster’s Workshop took an old Yellow Dog bootleg and cleaned up the sound for this fine companion to the official 2CD set, Live At The BBC. 59 unreleased tracks in all, some the Beatles never officially recorded. Of course, there are bigger, multi-disc sets out there if you just have to have every second. But, this should suffice for most of us not already satisfied by the official release. I especially like Lennon’s numerous Chuck Berry covers. Listen to “Carol,” covered by the Stones (before) 1969.


1
From Us To You (0:32)
The Hippy Hippy Shake (1:51)
Memphis, Tennessee (2:09)
Too Much Monkey Business (2:06)
Do You Want To Know A Secret (1:48)
Crying, Waiting, Hoping (2:13)
Don’t Ever Change (1:58)
To Know Her Is To Love Her (2:50)
Carol (2:38)
Soldier Of Love (2:02)
Lend Me Your Comb (1:50)
Clarabella (2:40)
A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues (2:20)
The Honeymoon Song (1:43)
Nothin’ Shakin’ (But The Leaves On The Trees) (2:57)
So How Come (No One Loves Me) (1:44)
I Got A Woman (2:33)
Roll Over Beethoven (2:18)
Till There Was You (2:15)
I Wanna Be Your Man (2:11)
Can’t Buy Me Love (2:09)
This Boy (2:18)
Long Tall Sally (2:00)
And I Love Her (2:21)
A Hard Day’s Night (2:40)
She’s A Woman (3:10)
I Feel Fine (2:04)
Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby (2:26)
Dizzy Miss Lizzy (2:45)
Ticket To Ride (2:58)
2
Too Much Monkey Business (2:07)
Thank You Girl (2:02)
From Me To You (1:57)
I’ll Be On My Way (2:00)
I Saw Here Standing There (2:37)
Long Tall Sally (1:46)
Some Other Guy (2:04)
Boys (2:29)
Memphis, Tennessee (2:08)
I’ll Get You (2:05)
She Loves You (2:18)
Lucille (1:54)
I Got To Find My Baby (1:59)
Money (That’s What I Want) (2:40)
Young Blood (2:00)
Baby It’s You (2:44)
Sure To Fall (In Love With You) (2:10)
Anna (Go To Him) (3:03)
Lonesome Tears In My Eyes (2:39)
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You) (2:05)
Matchbox (1:59)
Please Mr. Postman (2:18)
I Got A Woman (2:50)
Chains (2:23)
Glad All Over (1:54)
Honey Don’t (2:15)
You Really Got A Hold On Me (2:57)
Lucille (2:31)
Twist And Shout (2:32)

20 Comments

  • 1
    Willard
    November 23, 2011 - 08:16 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • 2
    J.D. Hughes
    November 23, 2011 - 11:54 | Permalink

    Awesome. You are too cool.

  • 3
    Chris
    November 23, 2011 - 12:18 | Permalink

    I didn’t think the stones were that late with Oh Carol:

    • 4
      Willard
      November 23, 2011 - 12:27 | Permalink

      Cool, thanks. I was totally only thinking Ya-Yas, thanks.

      • 5
        Visions
        November 23, 2011 - 21:04 | Permalink

        “Carol” is on the Stones’ first American album, England’s Newest Hit-Makers,and the band plays it at breakneck speed. Hard to believe that Charlie can keep time that fast.

        • 6
          Willard
          November 24, 2011 - 07:51 | Permalink

          Yeah… I’m kinda clueless about those first few Stones albums. Have ‘em now, but never listened to them back in the day.

  • 7
    Terry
    November 23, 2011 - 13:07 | Permalink

    Great collection, including some I hadn’t already heard. Thanks for the post.

  • 8
    Gummo
    November 23, 2011 - 13:46 | Permalink

    I can highly recommend this, even for those who have ALL the BBC recordings.

    I’m not entirely clear on what the Remaster guys do, but I do know that they tweeze a clarity out of these recordings that I have not heard before, even (or especially) on the official EMI release.

    If you’re at all familiar with these tracks from other bootlegs, trust me, you’ll be able to hear the difference.

    • 9
      Willard
      November 23, 2011 - 14:17 | Permalink

      Thanks for the assessment, Gummo. I never bothered with the multi-CD boxes of this stuff and had nothing to compare them to. Cheers.

  • 10
    Chris
    November 23, 2011 - 14:33 | Permalink

    I should add, now that I’ve downloaded, that I’m loving them.

  • 11
    Anonymous
    November 23, 2011 - 18:29 | Permalink

    Another delicious treat! Anything new from the Beatles is an event. Thanks very much, Willard.

  • 12
    jeff
    November 23, 2011 - 21:03 | Permalink

    Wowie, thanks. I know some good little Beatle fans that will now have something in their stockings. Much appreciated.

  • 13
    Art Ducko
    November 24, 2011 - 00:58 | Permalink

    From one turkey to another, many thanks. Save me some cranberry sauce…

    • 14
      Willard
      November 24, 2011 - 07:51 | Permalink

      Same to you, Ducky.

  • 15
    Colin H from Cambridge, Canada
    November 24, 2011 - 14:46 | Permalink

    I spent a relationship-threatening amount on the 10 disc Great Dane set of BBC discs back in the mid 90′s and although there are treasures there superior to versions picked for the official Beatles release or not represented there at all, it was always a chore to go mining for them – I did so once at the time to make a 110 min best of tape, and once more when I got my first iPod to rip the cream to digital, and otherwise it’s just sat on the shelf. I never need to hear those 700 versions of “I Saw Her Standing There” again. I am looking forward to checking out the sound upgrades on this nicely chosen new set, though. Thanks!

    • 16
      Willard
      November 24, 2011 - 14:49 | Permalink

      You’re perfectly describing why I didn’t bother. I don’t need it all (unless it’s all indispensable)… so I want someone else to do all the dirty work for me. Sucks getting old and lazy.

  • 17
    Jorge Morales
    February 3, 2013 - 23:18 | Permalink

    Hola Willard,muchas gracias por poner este material.un lujo en estos tiempos.Todos los Beatlemaniacos te agradecemos por estos discos que solo son para nosotros.
    Jorge Morales,Chile

    • 18
      Willard
      February 4, 2013 - 09:13 | Permalink

      Muchas gracias por tu comentario.

  • 19
    BonzoDogDoDa
    May 23, 2013 - 19:05 | Permalink

    http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2013/06/the-year-the-beatles-found-their-voice/309314/

    Here’s an interesting article from this (May 2013) month’s Atlantic on why we should forget how old and lazy we are, and listen to all 10 BBC cd’s

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