|A fan made creation, not really the cover art of the actual awaited release|
- Komm Gib Mir Deine Hand - takes 1, 2, 7, 9, 10 and take unknown
- Komm Gib Mir Deine Hand - original mono mix
- Sie Liebt Dich - take unknown
- Sie Liebt Dich - original mono mix
- Can't Buy Me Love - takes 1-4
- You Can't Do That - session chat and take 6
- And I Love Her - take 2
- I Should Have Known Better – harmonica fragment, take 2?, take 8 (slate) and take 11
- And I Love Her - takes 11 (ending)/take 12 (slate), take 14 (slate - "take 50")
- And I Love Her - studio chat fragments and take 21 (slate)
- Tell Me Why - takes 2 (slate) and 4
- If I Fell - take unknown (fragment)
- I Call Your Name - take 1 (pre take chat)
- A Hard Day’s Night - takes 1-9
- I'll Be Back - takes 2, 3, 12-15
- You Know What To Do - studio demo
- No Reply - studio demo take 1
- Baby's In Black - take 7 (chat/slate)
- I'm A Loser - takes 1-8
- Mr Moonlight - takes 1, 2 (partial) and 4
- Leave My Kitten Alone - take 4 (end), take 5
- Every Little Thing (session chat)
- What You're Doing - take 11
- No Reply - takes 1 and 2, and two unknown takes
- Eight Days A Week - studio chat and takes 1, 2, 4 and 5
- She's A Woman session chat
- She's A Woman - takes 1-7
- Eight Days A Week - take 6 + edit piece 15 (with guide vocal)
- Eight Days A Week - take 6 + edit piece 15 with overdubs (unfaded intro)
- Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey - take 2
- I Feel Fine - takes 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and take 9 after overdubs.
- Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby - session chat
- Honey Don't - session chat
- What You're Doing (remake) - take unknown
Of course, in addition to these, Apple will have to include any unreleased BBC radio performances from 1964 circulating, as well as any concert performances not already released. The tracks from "The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl" LP will stay copyright protected because it was an official release in 1977. However, the complete August 23rd, 1964 Hollywood Bowl concert is circulating among collectors and the tracks not cherry-picked for the official album will have to be released now to protect the copyrights in the recording.
Last year's Bootleg Recordings 1963 failed to cover all bases, resulting in small time record labels releasing the missed opportunities, like with this album.
Two Beach Boys copyright protection collections for 1964 are already out, and a 9 volume set from Bob Dylan is expected shortly. If a new Beatles collection is to follow, soundboard tapes of the band’s concerts in Paris, Melbourne, Adelaide, Vancouver, Philadelphia and several other cities will have to be included. And since we know that unbootlegged performances from the Beatles 1964 concerts are in the hand of private collectors, we can expect to see small time labels further profiting on unreleased Beatles material in the year to come.
|Last year's iTunes-only release.|
The unavailability of the Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963 as physical discs is also profiting the underground record industry who are selling their product via ebay and other channels.
|Limited editon 4LP - 2CD underground physical release of last year's iTunes only collection.|