Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by PaulKTF, Jun 19, 2017.
More of The Beatles.
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More of The Beatles
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I'd say its psychedelic-ness anchors it to 1967 when it was completely recorded (aside from vocal overdubs)
If one wants to go by release date instead - it belongs to 1970.
If one want to bonus track it to an album - its either an MMT or MMT-ish catch all mid 67-68 collection or the 'Let It Be' album which was the song/single for which it served as the B-Side.
I know which option makes more stylistic sense to me.
He said this about a specific "double A-side" single: SFF/PL.
Ironically neither of these are on Past Masters, as the US "comp" MMT included this single was added to the "cannon".
Duplicate Your Collection, Part I
It's great, it sold, it's the bloody Beatles "Past Masters", shut up!
Boy, reading these suggestions really shows how great a title Past Masters is, huh?
Oh ya, I forgot. I own the UK catalogue...
John Paul George and Ringo
The question was what "album"/"period" (roughly) do the tracks on Past Masters "belong" to.
Meanwhile we all can do whatever we want with our own tracklist versions.
Personally I like MMT in it's US album configuration. Removing SFF/PL from it weakens it somewhat for me.
And I also like adding Leave My Kitten Alone to BFS, etc.
Lady Madonna and Hey Bulldog (along with ATU and Inner Light) to me don't have the 1967 sound and feel and are closer to WA.
Yellow Sub was just a "meh" album anyways, only four new songs and two of them were for sure kinda "lesser" material that was not used before.
What I like to do is to ditch Rev 9 and in it's place instead add Lady Madonna, Hey Bulldog and shorter version of Not Guilty.
ATU feels better to me on Let it Be and I never liked Inner Light because of that whiny-sounding indian instrument being so promient.
Grab 4 tracks off YS (Hey Bulldog, All Together Now, OANS & It's all too much) and insert it there
Back on topic, I liked "Besides the A-sides" someone suggested.
The Incompleat Singles
Aside The Beatles (a collection of non-LP A sides)
01 Love Me Do
02 From Me To You
03 She Loves You
04 I Want To Hold Your Hand
05 Long Tall Sally
06 I Call Your Name
07 I Feel Fine
08 Day Tripper
09 We Can Work It Out
10 Paperback Writer
11 Lady Madonna
12 Hey Jude
13 Get Back
14 Ballad of John and Yoko
15 Across The Universe
16 Let It Be
17 Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand
Beside The Beatles (a collection of non-LP B sides)
01 Thank You Girl
02 I'll Get You
03 This Boy
04 Slow Down
06 She's A Woman
07 Yes It Is
08 Bad Boy
09 I'm Down
11 The Inner Light
13 Don't Let Me Down
14 Old Brown Shoe
15 You Know My Name
16 Sie Liebt Dich
You know, I never quite got the disdain for the original collection of that name and it's unfortunate that it already exists because this would have been a PERFECT replacement name for Past Masters.
I agree - Past Masters sounds boring, pretentious, and void of direction. What does it mean? Masters of the past? Old? Not current? Apple must absolutely hate it because they hate to date anything that comes out now, as if we're all supposed to forget this Beatles thing happened 50 years ago.
Your idea takes the cake, but again - sucks that it's already been used.
Bigger Than Jesus
And Now It's All This
Bad Remasters....and seated!
They could've reused this cover...
In all seriousness, I didn't get the name at all when the collection was first released; both of its meanings were completely lost on me. Nearly 30 years later, though, I've come to like it. It's witty and original enough, I think. The covers disappoint a bit, but the title is fine.
- The Singles
- Golden Records
Same here! I burned my own version including all the 1967 singles...and it's still jarring to go from Rain to Strawberry Fields Forever. One of those "completist" moments where you just can't win.
The Songs We Didn't Put on the LPs CD
I almost forgot the German songs are on Past Masters, because those are the only Beatles songs I've skipped for years. So in their honor, I'll also suggest as a title:
Komm Gib Mir Deine Cash
Three Cool Cats & Ringo
Featuring Matchbox & Some Other Songs
Separate names with a comma.