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The Beatles - The Sweetest Apples flac album
The Sweetest Apples
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The Ultimate Beatles Rarities 1966-69. 24 rare or never before published tracks. Disc titled: The Sweetest Apples Forbidden Fruits.

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Unpublished songs and alternative versions from 1966-1969. This album collects some recordings made by Ted Taylor at the Star Club in Hamburg, 1962. Real Case Has Just Begun, (The). Abbey Road "Get Back" Rehearsals in 1969. Sweetest Apples, (The). Unpublished songs and alternative versions from 1967-1970. The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl.

Stolen Apples is the twenty fifth album by Australian singer-songwriter Paul Kelly and was released in July 2007 on EMI Music. The album was Kelly's first solo album since Ways & Means in 2004, and features religious themes throughout. It peaked at No. 8 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The song "You're 39, You're Beautiful and You're Mine" was a Kelly song originally written for Tex, Don and Charlie (Tex Perkins, Don Walker and Charlie Owen).

The Beatles, otherwise known as The White Album, is the Fab Four’s eponymous ninth studio album. It followed the critically-divisive Magical Mystery Tour soundtrack, which resulted in the band’s extended retreat to India. Their much-publicized visit to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s compound managed to inspire some fresh material for the group, but it also found the Beatles disenfranchised and in conflict with one another. From such ballads as Julia and Blackbird, to rock cuts like Back in the USSR and Birthday -The White Album captures the dichotomy of its chapter within The Beatles' story. From the ridiculousness of Piggies and Rocky Raccoon, to the avant-garde seriousness of Revolution 9, there is truly a song for everyone on this album. It may not have topped 1967’s Sgt.

The very diverse and eclectic mix of songs on the album is a result of the band members beginning to go their separate ways. In his book Beatlesongs John Dowlding describes the White Album as, essentially Lennon, McCartney and Harrison taking turns recording their own songs and using the others as backing musicians


1 Revolution (Rough Early Mix)
2 Yer Blues (Live On TV 12/11/68)
3 Not Guilty (White Album Outtake Recorded 9/9/68 (George On Vocals)
4 Lady Madonna (Early Different Version)
5 Tomorrow Never Knows (Early Mix)
6 The Bus (Unreleased Song From "The Magical Mystery Tour - Sessions)
7 Strawberry Fields Forever (Take 1)
8 Jealous Guy (Completely Different Version Of John's Later Solo Single)
9 Mucho Mongo / Mount Elgar (Unreleased Songs Recorded 1969)
10 Many Rivers To Cross (John's Version Of The Jimmy Cliff-Classic, Recorded In 1970 With Ringo On Drums)
11 How Do You Sleep? (Early Studio Live Take, John Solo)
12 Subterranean Homesick Blues (Cover Version Of The Dylan Classic)
13 The One After 909 (Completely Different Version From 1969)
14 Get Back (Rare Version Sung In German And French)
15 Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (Unreleased Song From The "Get Back" Sessions)
16 The Walk (From An Early Acetate Of "Get Back)
17 Two Of Us (Alternative Version, John & Paul Singing Vocal Harmonies)
18 Don't Let Me Down (Different, Slow Blues-Version)
19 Save The Last Dance For Me (Get Back Session)
20 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Never Before Released, Totally Different Outtake Version)
21 Strawberry Fields Forever (Different, Sleepy A-Capella Version)
22 Dig It (Longer, Faster And More Rhythmic Version)
23 Let It Be (Early Version In A Gospel-Mood)
24 Her Majesty (Hidden Track)

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Unpublished Songs & Alternative Versions Since 1967 To 1970.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS-39434-ABP The Beatles The Sweetest Apples ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Robber Soul Records RS-39434-ABP UK 1994
RS-39434-ABP The Beatles The Sweetest Apples ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Robber Soul-Records RS-39434-ABP Europe 2006
RS-39434-ABP The Beatles The Sweetest Apples ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Robber Soul Records RS-39434-ABP UK 1994