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Deleted in the U.S.! The only single taken from the Fab Four 's 1996 collection 'Anthology Volume 2'. It's backed with three exclusive non-album tracks, a live version of 'Baby's In Black' from 1965 at the Hollywood Bowl, ... more »
Deleted in the U.S.! The only single taken from the Fab Four 's 1996 collection 'Anthology Volume 2'. It's backed with three exclusive non-album tracks, a live version of 'Baby's In Black' from 1965 at the Hollywood Bowl, plus 'Yellow Submarine' (Unreleased Version) and 'Here, There & Everywhere' (Unreleased Version). This was the second 'reunion' track to feature the three remaining members voices electronically overdubbed to John Lennon's original vocals. EMI.
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Home decorator | Honolulu, Hawaii United States | 09/16/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What a thrill to hear new music from John, Paul, George, and Ringo! Through the miracle of recording technology, the Fab Four released "Real Love" and "Free As A Bird" using some unfinished song tapes by John Lennon. I learned about these 2 new songs by watching "The Beatles Anthology" Series on DVD. I've been a Beatles fan all my life and these new songs made me feel like a kid again."
Great to hear some different versions!!!
music lover | 06/29/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was excited to hear this after purchasing "Free as a Bird". As usual, the sound quality is above average, but some of the performances are not. Yellow Submarine's new sound-effects mix was too much, and it took away from the song itself. Here, There and Everywhere's new mix wasn't very good either, as it featured only a guide vocal by Paul for the instrumental takes, not a stronger vocal take. I understand that these are meant as a glimpse into the process of creating these masterpiece songs, but surely some better material could have been used.
On the plus side, "Baby's in Black" sounded fantastic, and makes me wish that all of the material from the Hollywood Bowl concerts would be reissued. Overall, not a bad disc. I guess Beatles fans should take what they can get since EMI and Capitol are still withholding some of the most prized Beatles recordings in their archives from CD release."