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Got a favourite bootleg?
3 May 2014
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I don't have a download link but here ya go

http://my.mail.ru/mail/alex-en.....53516.html

All songs are available on Youtube if you have an interest in them. Convert them to MP3 files and then put them on whatever the hell you want.

Also the long-gaps in between are meant to be there, it's George shuffling around with papers and tuning and what not slightly annoying but that's the way it goes

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10 May 2014
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Anyone looking for Thirty Days (the highlights of the Get Back sessions) can find it being currently upped over at Everything Beatles (generally one disc a day is the time of uploads). 

Recently added was the complete Unsurpassed Broadcasts.

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12 June 2014
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Ultimate Audio Trax. It was the first excellent Beatles bootleg. The remastered sound does wonders. Some of the songs appeared on  Anthology 3 , but you've got to listen to the whole album. Real pain in the butt to get, though.

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18 June 2014
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The Black Album (source: Italian wiki) was mentioned earlier in this thread. For anyone looking for a download its over at Anthology of Rock .

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19 July 2014
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On a whim i downloaded a collection i'd never heard of and couldnt find any information for online, Turns out its 19 tracks isolated into separate channels like the Rock Band multi's are, all moggs. The things out there.

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George's isolated vocal on 'I Need You' is amazing. I love the song so much but flipping heck, hearing that is something else.

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20 July 2014
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This Paul Des Moines show in 2005 is my absolute favorite bootleg ever. It's right after Chaos and Creation, which is one of my favorite Paul solo albums, and he doesn't play those songs live anymore, which is sad. It's got an incredible setlist, with some rare live stuff like Too Many People, For No One, and She Came In Through The Bathroom Window, along with fantastic versions of live staples, like Let Me Roll It, Sgt. Pepper's (Reprise), and Jet. And the audio sounds professionally recorded, too. Go get it, it's really fantastic.

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20 July 2014
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Thanks @IveJustSeenAFaceo for the recommendation. I need to start gathering a collection of live shows Paul gave thru the 00's that feature different set-lists so this fits very nicely.

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22 July 2014
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I wouldn't say that this is a favorite bootleg, but this is one that I consider essential, purely for the historical value.

 

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16 November 2014
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Got this in an email somehow....  I take no responsibility in showing you this, just thought I'd throw it out there.

http://www.fafos.com/box72.htm

 

Edit:  It's a 72 disc set, not 10 as I posted above

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@Oudis, I thought you might like this thread since you mentioned over in the Strawberry Fields Forever song thread the idea of having a thread to discuss good bootlegs.

Happy reading :-)

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7 May 2015
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Let's see, the first best favourite was the Christmas message album, and certainly one of the weirdest was the 12" release of What's The New Mary Jane? I missed out on the CD Revolution in bootlegging so most of my stuff has been digital. A collection which now seems impossible to get but had very many stand out tracks was And In The End which sought to collect all the essential tracks in one place, 14 discs worth, and I never got all of it but what I have has many tracks I've not found anywhere else. I've got various Sessions-type collections which split the tracks, some of which give wonderful results (like the analysis of Revolver Sessions with Tomorrow Never Knows). But if I were to pick a favourite it would be the John Barrett tapes, because it was such a shock to hear and realize just what had been kept in the vaults, particularly the Glyn Johns Get Back Mix

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ewe2 said 
I missed out on the CD Revolution in bootlegging so most of my stuff has been digital. A collection which now seems impossible to get

You also missed out on the LP Revolution in bootlegging! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15brian-epstein

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Bongo said

You also missed out on the LP Revolution in bootlegging! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15brian-epstein

No, I mentioned that I had bootleg LPs, just not any more.

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