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18 April 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo
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Thanks, I'll check it out

EDIT: Just finished downloading. Does anyone know of a quickish way to get them all in to my iTunes library? When it's just one album, I can hit play on each track individually, but I don't want to do that for 22 discs.

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19 April 2014
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In the sidebar menu there is the option to add either individual songs or complete files. I think its called add or import songs (or folder depending on which one you click) - im not on my laptop so i forget and cant open itunes. 

Click either of those and your computer file directory will appear, then just navigate to where your music library is.   

 

Sorty i cant be more precise. 

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19 April 2014
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Thanks, that worked. It'll still take awhile cause I have to do it one disc at a time, but at least it's not a song at a time.

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19 April 2014
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meanmistermustard said

I didnt get what it Beatles In The Bloods post was about.

I was thinking that a 'new' 10 track Beatles album is sitting there waiting for release on itunes: The 6 unavailable tracks from the b-sides of the Free As A Bird and Real Love cd singles, the 3 bbc tracks that were on the '94 Baby Its You Ep single thingy, and the horridly edited piece of useless cash-in guff that is The Beatles Movie Medley from 1982 (Im actually quite offended that that piece of shit is on my laptop). Apple could even shove on a few rare mixes from across the many seas (the capitol vol 1 & 2 boxsets are just sitting there available to buy) and make us buy it for £11.99 on a shiny cd or £8.99 as a download. No need to dig down into the archives either. I should get a job working for Apple.a-hard-days-night-john-1

 

 

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I'm interested in this stuff but don't wanna get anywhere near a torrent site, I think I have a problem...

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19 April 2014
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I had that problem. I still have a thing where I'll only download things that haven't been released (or are no longer officially available, such as Hollywood Bowl)

Joe has a very nice explanation of how to use torrents safely and correctly earlier in this thread. (Just ignore the porn)

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19 April 2014
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I generally use blogspots for downloading; no legit available albums but if out of print then a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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19 April 2014
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I do too, but torrents have better selection, and they download faster. I got all 22 discs in about an hour yesterday.

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19 April 2014
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I listen to a lot of bootlegs online, and bought my first and only one at a local Beatlefest a couple years back. It is entitled The Beatles: The White Album Sessions, and it is the same as The White Album cover except the background is black and the text is white. It features an interesting compilation of unreleased White Album tracks, mainly Esher Demos. It is an interesting summary of how my favorite album developed. Does anybody else know of this bootleg?

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19 April 2014
2.53pm
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I don't know of that, but I do have The Esher Demos. (by the way, I'm thinking about changing the artist on all my Beatley bootlegs to "The Beatles (bootleg)" so it's separated. Don't know if I should)

Oh, and another reason I prefer torrents is that, (normally) they have the metadata already filled in.

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19 April 2014
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meanmistermustard said

I generally use blogspots for downloading; no legit available albums but if out of print then a-hard-days-night-paul-11

That sounds safer, how do you find them?

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19 April 2014
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ZiveJustSeenAFaceo said

I don't know of that, but I do have The Esher Demos. (by the way, I'm thinking about changing the artist on all my Beatley bootlegs to "The Beatles (bootleg)" so it's separated. Don't know if I should)

Oh, and another reason I prefer torrents is that, (normally) they have the metadata already filled in.

Why not? And interesting new name.

Bongo said

If anyone wants music from youtube (Legally) all you have to do is copy & paste the youtube link, and put it in here: http://www.youtube-mp3.org, then hit the Convert Video button, then on the next screen hit Download and you will have an mp3 music file saved.

 

It's that simple, and no worries of getting viruses from Torrents.  

listentoyoutube.com is also good.

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19 April 2014
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@Mr. Kite It's so I get lots of money. 

Here's some blogspots I like (for Beatley and non-Beatley bootlegs) 

This one's fantastic, giving the 100 greatest bootlegs. It's where I got The Esher Demos from, as well as some great Radiohead and Nirvana stuff.

This one is also good, it's got some Paul and George shows, along with a crapload of Beatles studio and live stuff. And some non-Beatles stuff as well.

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19 April 2014
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All my boots have been cut up and placed either with their respective albums or in specific folders (Live, BBC (separate from Apple's releases), Get Back Acetates & Mixes, A/B Road (4 parts due to itunes only going up to track 999), fan mixes etc). Has taken me ages to get it sorted but why have She's A Woman outtakes in a different place to the commercial version?

 

There is a thread that lists some of the sites folks here use. I have no idea where it is.

 

Attached is a sample pic for BFS.

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