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The Baker's Dozen
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I didn't question #2 because like somebody said, Across The Universe had two versions, the one on Let It Be and the one on the wildlife compilation album.

My vision was for stuff like you might have seen on the Rarities album.  But I won't split hairs.  Let us proceed with #10.  If needed, I will add one tomorrow.

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7 October 2020
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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION
Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of six.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (White Album version is a soaring rock song with Clapton on lead guitar; the Anthology version is a contemplative acoustic version performed by George, with an extra verse.)

9. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

10. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

 

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

 

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

 

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

 

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

 

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).

 

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

 

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of six.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

 

8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (White Album version is a soaring rock song with Clapton on lead guitar; the Anthology version is a contemplative acoustic version performed by George, with an extra verse.)

 

9. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

 

10. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

  11. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (White Album version is a soaring rock song with Clapton on lead guitar; the Anthology version is a contemplative acoustic version performed by George, with an extra verse.)

9. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

9a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

10. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

Note:  I renumbered songs shown twice as supplements to original submission.  I like seeing the additional information.  But we are looking for 13 distinct songs.

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@Jolly Jimmy, sorry to throw up another one (and thanks for tidying the list), but I question Penny Lane  at 5 since the version cited was only sent out as a mono promo single to radio stations in the US and Canada and was replaced with the officially released version by the time of the single. It did not appear on an official Beatles release until the Pepper 50th anniversary edition (the version on the US Rarities was a fake, adding the extra piccolo trumpet notes to the stereo mix).

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@Ron Nasty , I thought of that too.  But I wasn't sure what to do about it.  I was more concerned with once bootlegged demos and alternate takes later released on the Anthology CDs.

Maybe after we complete this list and start a new one, I'll throw in a couple more for the halibut.

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You're always free to remove items that don't fit the criteria you were aiming for, @Jolly Jimmy. It happens regularly in this thread.

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

Note:  I renumbered songs shown twice as supplements to original submission.  I like seeing the additional information.  But we are looking for 13 distinct songs.

I've removed 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps '

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

10. Yellow Submarine (John can be heard repeating the first line of the third verse in the mono version, whereas in the stereo version he doesn't come in until the second line.)

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).*

5R. From Me To You (The mono mix has a harmonica added during the intro)

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

10. Yellow Submarine (John can be heard repeating the first line of the third verse in the mono version, whereas in the stereo version he doesn't come in until the second line.)

 

*I am so accustomed to listening to the version with the extra piccolo, I forget it's source. Let's try a different song.

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

Describe at least one difference

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).*

5R. From Me To You (The mono mix has a harmonica added during the intro)

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

10. Yellow Submarine (John can be heard repeating the first line of the third verse in the mono version, whereas in the stereo version he doesn't come in until the second line.)

11. Get Back - The album version has dialogue that the single does not whereas the single has a coda that the album does not.

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).*

5R. From Me To You (The mono mix has a harmonica added during the intro)

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

10. Yellow Submarine (John can be heard repeating the first line of the third verse in the mono version, whereas in the stereo version he doesn't come in until the second line.)

11. Get Back - The album version has dialogue that the single does not whereas the single has a coda that the album does not.

12. I Should Have Known Better (At beginning of stereo version, harmonica riff gets cut short a note shortly before vocals.  It's ok on the mono version)

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13 BEATLE SONGS WITH MORE THAN ONE OFFICIALLY RELEASED VERSION

1. Thank You Girl   (One version has extra harmonica in middle and at end.  The other has no harmonica in those spots.)

2. Across The Universe (Original album version was overproduced by Phil Spector, while the Naked version is raw and kind of perfect.)

2a. Across The Universe (We also have the wildlife version with bird sound effects and two girls providing background vocals.)

3. Helter Skelter (No fadeouts and fade ins on mono mix)

3a. Helter Skelter - Ringo's "I got blisters on my fingers!" only in stereo mix.

4. Let It Be (LP version has louder guitar solo than the single 45 version)

5. Penny Lane (original single had an additional flourish of piccolo trumpet notes at the end of the song).*

5R. From Me To You (The mono mix has a harmonica added during the intro)

6. Love Me Do (Ringo was relegated to playing tambourine while session drummer Andy White played drums. This version is on the 'Please Please Me ' album. A version with Ringo on drums appears on 'Past Masters ')

7. I Am The Walrus (On American 45 version, opening riff is heard 4 times instead of 6.  There is also an extra second or two of music between "I'm crying" and Yellow matter custard").

8. Help ! - The mono mix has an entirely different John lead vocal to the stereo, the tambourine is also missing.

8a. Help ! (a different difference - if this doesn't count, I can delete it) - The US Capitol version has the James Bond bit at the beginning.

9. I'm Looking Through You (American LP version includes a false start)

10. Yellow Submarine (John can be heard repeating the first line of the third verse in the mono version, whereas in the stereo version he doesn't come in until the second line.)

11. Get Back - The album version has dialogue that the single does not whereas the single has a coda that the album does not.

12. I Should Have Known Better (At beginning of stereo version, harmonica riff gets cut short a note shortly before vocals.  It's ok on the mono version)

13. Don't Pass Me By (the mono mix is much faster than the stereo and has more fiddle playing from Jack Fallon at the end)

 

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1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

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1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

2. Paul McCartney : Here Today

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13 John Lennon tributes
(they don't need to be songs, can also include tributes such as statues, places named after him, etc.)

1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

2. Paul McCartney Here Today

3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport

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1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

 

2. Paul McCartney Here Today

 

3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport

  4. Statue in Almería

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13 John Lennon tributes

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1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

2. Paul McCartney Here Today

3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport

4. Statue in Almería

5. The album Working Class Hero : A Tribute To John Lennon

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13 John Lennon tributes
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1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago
2. Paul McCartney Here Today
3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport
4. Statue in Almería
5. The album Working Class Hero : A Tribute To John Lennon
6. Strawberry Fields, Central Park, New York City

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13 John Lennon tributes

(they don't need to be songs, can also include tributes such as statues, places named after him, etc.)

 

1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

2. Paul McCartney Here Today

3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport

4. Statue in Almería

5. The album Working Class Hero : A Tribute To John Lennon

6. Strawberry Fields, Central Park, New York City

  7. Lennon Gallagher. Liam's son

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13 John Lennon tributes

(they don't need to be songs, can also include tributes such as statues, places named after him, etc.)

1. George Harrison (with contributions Paul and Ringo): All Those Years Ago

2. Paul McCartney Here Today

3. Liverpool John Lennon Airport

4. Statue in Almería

5. The album Working Class Hero : A Tribute To John Lennon

6. Strawberry Fields, Central Park, New York City

7. Lennon Gallagher. Liam's son

8. The TV special Come Together : A Night for John Lennon 's Words and Music in 2001

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