I Ain't Got You - The Yardbirds, Carter, Clarence [1
Keith Relf Talks About the Band's Background - The Yardbirds,
For Your Love - The Yardbirds, Gouldman, Graham
I'm Not Talking - The Yardbirds, Allison, Mose
I Wish You Would - The Yardbirds, Arnold, Billy Boy
Keith Relf Talks About U.S.A.Tour - The Yardbirds,
Heart Full of Soul - The Yardbirds, Gouldman, Graham
I Ain't Done Wrong - The Yardbirds, Relf, Keith
Too Much Monkey Business - The Yardbirds, Berry, Chuck
Love Me Like I Love You - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
I'm a Man - The Yardbirds, Diddley, Bo
Evil Hearted You - The Yardbirds, Gouldman, Graham
Interview About the "Still I'm Sad" Single - The Yardbirds,
Still I'm Sad - The Yardbirds, McCarty, Jim [UK]
Hang on Sloopy - The Yardbirds, Farrell, Wes
Smokestack Lightning - The Yardbirds, Howlin' Wolf
The Yardbirds Give Their New Year's Resolutions - The Yardbirds,
You're a Better Man Than I - The Yardbirds, Hugg, Brian
The Train Kept A Rollin' - The Yardbirds, Bradshaw, Tiny
Shapes of Things - The Yardbirds, Relf, Keith
Dust My Broom - The Yardbirds, James, Elmore 
Baby, Scratch My Back - The Yardbirds, Moore, James [Blues
Keith Relf Talks About His Solo Single - The Yardbirds,
Over, Under, Sideways, Down - The Yardbirds, Beck, Jeff
The Sun Is Shining - The Yardbirds, James, Elmore 
Shapes of Things [Version 2] - The Yardbirds, McCarty, Jim [UK]
Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) - The Yardbirds, Dylan, Bob
Little Games - The Yardbirds, Spiro, Harold
Drinking Muddy Water - The Yardbirds, Dreja, Chris
Think About It - The Yardbirds, Dreja, Chris
Interview With Jimmy Page - The Yardbirds,
Goodnight Sweet Josephine - The Yardbirds, Hazzard, Tony
My Baby - The Yardbirds, Ragovoy, Jerry
33 tracks cut for the Beeb between 1965-68, including some recordings featuring Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page. Contains versions of classic hits like 'I Ain't Got You', 'For Your Love', 'Heart Full Of Soul', 'Shapes Of Things'... more » and 'Over Under Sideways Down'. Digipak. 1999 release.« less
33 tracks cut for the Beeb between 1965-68, including some recordings featuring Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page. Contains versions of classic hits like 'I Ain't Got You', 'For Your Love', 'Heart Full Of Soul', 'Shapes Of Things' and 'Over Under Sideways Down'. Digipak. 1999 release.
"Depending on your taste, this just may be the best BBC collection of tunes ever released. Recorded during several of the band's appearances on the BBC between 1965-68. A total of 26 tracks, with 20 featuring Jeff Beck and 6 featuring Jimmy Page. Sorry, no Clapton.'...BBC' has an excellent choice of tunes, including slightly different versions of "I Ain't Got You", "I Wish You Would", their signature song "Heart Full Of Soul", the foot-stomping "I'm A Man", "Evil Hearted You", "Train Kept A Rollin'" any my ultimate Yardbirds favorite "Over, Under, Sideways, Down". Only downside of 'BBC...' is the announcer yapping between every single tune. Someone maybe should've edited at least some of that out. I would still highly recommend this CD."
Morten Vindberg | Denmark | 05/21/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD contains the majority of what the Yardbirds recorded on the BBC during 1965-68.
The first 3 tracks features Eric Clapton guitar, the last 6 Jimmy Page and the rest of them Jeff Beck.
Most of these recordings are very good and sounding really nice. They prove that the band was very competent and able to re-create their fine studio-recordings in live situations.
A few of these songs were never released on any of the regular Yardbirds albums.
"Love me Like I Love You" is a band compostion from 1965; from shortly after Clapton left. The song is quite nice, but it probably never reached a satisfactory final arrangement.
Their version of Elmore James'"Dust My Blues" is very good, but almost the same as Jeff's Boogie from "Roger the Engineer".
"Scratch My Back" is another band-composition that eventually developed into "Rack My Mind".
"The Sun is Shining" is another Elmore James song, also covered by Fleetwood Mac. A great blues; and arranged pretty much like "New York City Blues".
A big surprise for me was their cover of Bob Dylan's "Most Likely You Go Your Way". The recording is from the jimmy Page era. They were obviously at this stage in big confusion about which musical direction to follow.
The strongest of these "new" tracks is without comparison the closing track "My Baby"; unfortunately this is also one the tracks in the poorest sound-quality.
Of the more well-known Yardbirds material all Jimmy Page recordings sound very inspired. I particularly like "Little Games", "Think About It" and "Goodnight Sweet Josephine". Unfortunately they do sound like they were not taken from original BBC-tapes.
The versions of "Shapes of Things", "Heart Full of Soul", "I Ain't Done Wrong", "You're a Better Man", "Evil Hearted You" etc are great. In fact most Jeff Beck recordings are sounding surprisingly good.
I have to note that I never understood why they bothered to record a song like "Hang on Sloopy". The version here sound even more uninspired than the "For Your Love" version.
This CD is obviously a must-buy for Yardbirds fans."
They do this to make me mad
R. McDaniel | Memphis, TN USA | 07/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I like getting newer versions of favorite albums from time to time. I was excited to see this album on amazon until I realized I already bought it in 1993, minus the interviews. Still, if the sould quality is that much improved I may have to buy it again. More material lying in the vaults would surely get my heart pumping . . ."
Yardbirds - 'BBC Sessions' (Repertoire)
Mike Reed | USA | 10/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Quite similar to the U.S. CD pressing of the Warner Archive's 'Live At The BBC'(see my review).In fact,I believe the only difference may be the several interviews of members of the band here and there.As always,it's good to hear those Yardbird classics like "For Your Love","Heart Full Of Love","Too Much Monkey Business",the low key "Evil Hearted You","Shapes Of Things" and so on.Upside of this disc is that it would likely very much appeal to BOTH completists and the average fan.Nice digipack.A definite should-have."