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Monday, August 8, 2022

Kenneth Womack + Wonderwall Launch “Everything Fab Four” Online Store, Featuring Official “MalWear” Brand

5:31 PM Posted by Nicole M

 

World-renowned Beatles scholar and author Kenneth Womack, PhD, co-owner of media company Wonderwall Communications, has launched a new online store based around his “Everything Fab Four” brand and featuring the only officially licensed Mal Evans merchandise available, affectionately called “MalWear.”

Evans, the Beatles’ road manager and confidant most recently widely seen as a central figure in Peter Jackson’s Get Back docuseries, has for decades left Beatles fans and music historians alike longing for a glimpse into his life and times. In conjunction with the Evans family and HarperCollins’ Dey Street Books, Womack is set to release an authorized biography of Mal in 2023, followed by a fully illustrated offering from the family’s archives in 2024. And with Get Back having sparked renewed interest in this trusted member of the Beatles’ inner circle, the demand for Mal-related merchandise began to grow.

Fortunately, the treasure trove of Evans’ vast, never before seen archive including hundreds of drawings and photographs afforded Womack with the means and inspiration to launch “MalWear.” As he says, “Over the years, Mal’s legend has only grown among Beatles aficionados. Though he started off as their roadie in August of 1963, he truly became their most intimate companion, with a birds-eye view of Beatlemania as it raged across the world. I’m proud to present these items on behalf of his family with the integrity they deserve.”

The new collection includes T-shirts, buttons, moleskin notebooks, paperweights and more, with additional items coming soon. The online store is also an extension of Womack’s long-established “Everything Fab Four” brand, which in addition to his web presence is the title of the Beatles-themed podcast he hosts for Salon, co-produced by Wonderwall. EF4 items also include coffee mugs, phone cases, coasters and more. Shop now at: http://store.everythingfabfour.com/ 

Dr. Kenneth Womack is Professor of English and Popular Music at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ. He is the author or editor of more than 40 books, including a multivolume study devoted to the life and work of Beatles producer George Martin. His bestselling book, Solid State: The Story of Abbey Road and the End of the Beatles, was released in October 2019 and has received praise from The L.A. Times and Publishers Weekly amongst others. His latest book, John Lennon, 1980: The Last Days in the Life, was published in September 2020 to rave reviews. The Music Culture writer for Salon and the host of the web magazine’s aforementioned “Everything Fab Four” podcast, Womack has also written for Slate, Billboard, Variety, NBC News, Smithsonian Magazine, Time, and USA Today



Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Brightmoon Liverpool YouTube Channel Proves to be a Global Hit

11:50 AM Posted by Nicole M

 


Brightmoon Media’s YouTube channel, Brightmoon Liverpool, has accumulated over a million views since starting just under a year ago, with viewers in 32 countries on 6 continents.

Brightmoon Liverpool, the YouTube channel of Liverpool film production company Brightmoon Media, has proven popular with viewers around the world, having passed the milestone of one million views in less than a year.

“We have been pleasantly surprised by the enthusiastic response to our content from around the world,” said Roger Appleton, director at Brightmoon Media.

The Brightmoon Liverpool channel is a collaborative effort between directors Roger Appleton and David Bedford, plus Alex Holbourn, a Liverpool-based music producer.

Exploring Liverpool Music History

Brightmoon Liverpool’s content is focused on the music and culture of Liverpool, with a specific interest in the early days of The Quarryment and The Beatles – prior to their international superstardom. The channel was launched on 18th July 2021, and at the time of this writing has over 1,000,000 total views and over 2800 subscribers. Some of the channel’s most popular videos include first-hand accounts of John Lennon’s first-ever show with The Quarrymen and The Beatles’ last-ever show at the Cavern, both of which were highly eventful.

The company is well-placed to provide expert insight, with renowned Beatles author and historian David Bedford as one of its directors: “We noticed early in the life of the channel that our viewers were really responsive to content about the early pre-fame days of The Beatles, and that became our main point of focus,” says Bedford. “We also make films about other prominent Liverpool artists from the 1950s to the present day, putting them into their proper historical context.”

YouTube Community

The Brightmoon Liverpool channel has a highly engaged community of followers within the YouTube platform, with many people from around the world sharing their own stories of Beatles discovery and times they have crossed paths with the Fab Four.

Looking For Lennon

The directors of Brightmoon Media were heavily involved in the production of the 2018 John Lennon documentary Looking For Lennon. Roger Appleton directed the feature documentary, David Bedford operated as historical consultant and associate producer, and Alex Holbourn worked on the project as a researcher. As lifelong Beatles fans, it was a pleasure for all parties to be involved with this project, just as it has been to run the Brightmoon Liverpool channel over the past year.

For more information:

Brightmoon Liverpool YouTube channel

www.youtube.com/brightmoonliverpool

Brightmoon Media website

www.brightmoonmedia.co.uk


The Beatles Recording Reference Manual Series Accepted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library’s Permanent Collection

11:40 AM Posted by Nicole M

 


The books of audio engineer and producer Jerry Hammack, author of The Beatles Recording Reference Manual Series, have just been accepted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives permanent collection in Cleveland, Ohio.

An affiliate of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Library is a primary resource for information on Rock Hall Inductees and Nominees, rock-related subjects, and Rock Hall education programs and exhibits. For Hammack – whose books have been recognized by The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) and are centered on telling the story of how The Beatles recorded their classic hits from first take to final remix – having his series made part of the collection is truly an honor and thrill.

From his home in Toronto, Canada, he explains, “Understanding how The Beatles put these songs together can open a whole new world for fans, engineers, producers and mixers. My goal is to share this knowledge, increase the appreciation of their accomplishments and hopefully open the door to a new experience for those who love the band like I do. Having my work accepted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is an unexpected honour. To say I’m chuffed would be an understatement.”

The Library is available to the public online, or in-person by appointment, for popular music research and includes databases, catalogs, archival collections and more.

Jerry Hammack has dedicated 35 years to the musical arts and is uniquely qualified to sort out the story of The Beatles’ recordings. His series of books, comprised of five volumes, includes song-by-song descriptions of the entire recording process, diagrams allowing readers to follow the critical milestones of the work, detailed session-by-session breakdowns of the people, instruments and studio tools used, and useful appendices covering release versions, gear, and more. Bibliographical references provide a pathway for additional scholarship derived from Hammack’s relentless research across countless book, audio, photographic, and other sources.

To learn more about Jerry Hammack and his work, visit: www.beatlesrecordingreferencemanuals.com or www.jerryhammack.com 

To learn more about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives, visit: https://library.rockhall.com


Monday, August 1, 2022

"Mysteries in the Music: Case Closed" by Jim Berkenstadt Wins Nonfiction Gold Medal Book Award for Pop Culture

10:50 AM Posted by Nicole M

 


Mysteries in the Music: Case Closed (Genius Books, 2022) by bestselling author Jim Berkenstadt (aka the Rock And Roll Detective®) has been selected as the 2022 Gold Medal Award Winner in Pop Culture for Nonfiction by the Nonfiction Authors Association.

Mysteries in the Music: Case Closed is a music whodunit examining the secrets, myths, legends, hoaxes, conspiracies, and the wildly inexplicable events that are such an intriguing part of rock and roll history. Berkenstadt has spent decades researching the players behind these famous soundtracks and the mysteries hidden within the music itself. These questions have intrigued rock and roll fans for so long because no one has ever asked eyewitnesses the tough questions or dug through the primary sources and documentary evidence left behind... until now. After many decades, the back stories of pop and rock music lore are finally unearthed—and the truth is revealed in Mysteries in the Music: Case Closed. The Foreword is written by rock producer Butch Vig (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney, Smashing Pumpkins).

Heather Hirschman of Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews writes, “Jim Berkenstadt's thoroughly researched book, Mysteries in the Music, explores rumors and conspiracy theories around some of music’s greatest unanswered questions. In it, he investigates every conceivable avenue open to him, documents historical interviews, and conducts his own with those still alive to answer questions. As an experienced attorney, he makes no assumptions; instead, he sets out to trace and prove facts. The reader is left with no doubt of the veracity of the conclusions he reaches. Jim Berkenstadt literally ‘Closes Cases.’ He also does it all in a captivating and very often humorous manner. He is clearly passionate about music and this shines through his writing. He has been around for a while so is lucky enough to have met many of the people mentioned between these pages. I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone interested in modern music.”

Mysteries in the Music: Case Closed has been featured on local and international podcasts, radio shows and news outlets, and has been on the Amazon Best Sellers list since its release in February 2022. The book is available on the Genius Books website, Amazon.com and wherever books are sold. Signed copies are available exclusively on the author’s website. Jim will also be presenting and signing books at the Fest for Beatles Fans in Chicago August 12-14, 2022.

About Jim Berkenstadt

Jim Berkenstadt is the Rock And Roll Detective®. A true Sherlock Holmes, Berkenstadt uncovers the lost history and mysteries hidden within decades of popular music. An international authority on The Beatles, his last book, The Beatle Who Vanished is a bestseller, included in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Permanent Library and Archives, and is soon to be a major motion picture. Berkenstadt has also co-authored three other books: Black Market Beatles: The Story Behind The Lost Recordings; Nevermind Nirvana; and The Beatles Digest. Berkenstadt has been a consultant for The Beatles, George Harrison, Martin Scorsese, Traveling Wilburys, and the Buddy Holly estate on numerous film and album projects. He lives in the Midwest.

About Rock And Roll Detective®

Rock And Roll Detective® LLC, and was founded by Jim Berkenstadt in 1991. The company is dedicated to providing consulting, production, publishing, writing, research, social media, and content creation for the music, television, and film industry. Learn more at: www.rockandrolldetective.com

About the NonFiction Authors Association

As stated on the homepage of their website, the Nonfiction Authors Association is a vibrant, supportive community for writers to connect, exchange ideas, and learn how to write, publish, promote, and profit with nonfiction books.

About Genius Book Publishing

Genius Books specializes in developing and publishing books on true crime, mystery and music, as well as dark and light fiction. 




Thursday, June 2, 2022

John Lennon Series Author Jude Southerland Kessler’s Books Accepted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library’s Permanent Collection

10:03 AM Posted by Nicole M


The books of world-renowned Lennon historian Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series, have just been accepted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives permanent collection in Cleveland, Ohio.

An affiliate of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Library is a primary resource for information on Rock Hall Inductees and Nominees, rock-related subjects, and Rock Hall education programs and exhibits. For Kessler, whose life’s work revolves around researching the life of John Lennon, having her books made part of the collection is truly an honor and thrill.

“This wonderful accolade makes the ‘eight days a week’ of work researching, writing, and editing John’s life story over the last 35 years worth the sacrifice and dedication,” she says. “If I had told that 10-year-old Lennon fan that her books would be archived in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, I’m sure she wouldn’t have believed it. As John would have it, I’m on Cloud Nine.”

The Library is available to the public online, or in-person by appointment, for popular music research and includes databases, catalogs, archival collections and more.
 
Jude Southerland Kessler is the leading expert on the life of John Lennon and her expanded biographies on Lennon take readers chronologically through his life. The first five volumes of the projected nine-volume series are Shoulda Been There, Shivering Inside, She Loves You, Should Have Known Better and Shades of Life (Vol. 1). With a personal library of over 500 Beatles-related books and multi-media resources, Kessler undertook seven trips to Liverpool, England to interview Lennon’s childhood friends, early band members, art college mates, and business associates before embarking on writing the series, which is told in a narrative history format and heavily documented.

Jude Southerland Kessler is represented by 910 Public Relations. To learn more about her work, visit: www.johnlennonseries.com. To learn more about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives, visit: https://library.rockhall.com

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Guitarist David Jameson performs the Beatles' "Rain"

4:30 PM Posted by Nicole M



Guitarist David Jameson performs "Rain" as part of Beatles "B-sides" project

Longtime Beatles fan and musician David Jameson is working his way through performing the B-sides of all the Beatles' UK singles. Here is Jameson's recent recording of "Rain," the B-side to 1966's "Paperback Writer" and the 12th song in Jameson's series, now available on YouTube. Check it out below!





Tuesday, June 29, 2021

List of Songs Performed During the "Get Back" Sessions (Pt I)

2:13 PM Posted by Nicole M

Thursday, January 2, 1969

Don’t Let Me Down (15 versions)

‘All Things Must Pass’ (two versions)

Dig A Pony

‘Let It Down’ (Harrison; two versions)

Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry)

A Case Of The Blues (Lennon)

‘Child Of Nature’ (Lennon)

‘Revolution’

I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan)

‘Sun King’ (five versions)

‘Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues’ (Buddy Holly)

Speak To Me (Jackie Lomax)

I’ve Got A Feeling (20 versions)

The Mighty Quinn (Bob Dylan)

Well… Alright (Buddy Holly)

Two Of Us (nine versions)

Everybody Got Song* (Lennon)

The Teacher Was A-Lookin’* (group jam)

We’re Goin’ Home* (group jam)

It’s Good To See The Folks Back Home* (McCartney)

Friday, January 3, 1969

‘The Long And Winding Road

‘Oh! Darling’ (two versions)

‘Maxwell's Silver Hammer’ (11 versions)

Adagio For Strings (Samuel Barber; two versions)

Tea For Two Cha-Cha (Tommy Dorsey; two versions)

Chopsticks (Euphemia Allen)

Torchy, The Battery Boy (McCartney)

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (Jerry Lee Lewis)

‘Let It Be’

Taking A Trip To Carolina (Starr; two versions)

Please Mrs Henry (Bob Dylan)

Picasso (Starr)

‘Hey Jude’

‘All Things Must Pass’ (37 versions)

‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (10 versions)

‘Crackin’ Up’ (Bo Diddley; two versions)

All Shook Up (Elvis Presley)

Your True Love (Carl Perkins)

Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)

‘Three Cool Cats’ (The Coasters)

Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)

‘Lucille’ (Little Richard)

‘I’m So Tired’

‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ (three versions)

Third Man Theme (Anton Karas)

‘Sun King’ (four versions)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (six versions)

Going Up The Country (Canned Heat)

On The Road Again (Canned Heat)

‘One After 909’ (three versions)

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (Irving Berlin)

Thinking Of Linking (Lennon-McCartney)

Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)

Hitch Hike (Marvin Gaye)

‘You Can’t Do That’

‘The Hippy Hippy Shake’ (Chan Romero)

All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)

Short Fat Fannie (Larry Williams)

Midnight Special (Lonnie Donegan)

‘Two Of Us’

When You’re Drunk You Think Of Me (trad)

What’s The Use Of Getting Sober (When You’re Gonna Get Drunk Again) (Louis Jordan)

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For? (Emile Ford And The Checkmates)

‘Money (That’s What I Want)’

‘Gimme Some Truth’ (Lennon)

The Weight (The Band)

I’m A Tiger (Lulu)

‘Back In The USSR’

‘Every Little Thing’

Piece Of My Heart (Erma Franklin; two versions)

Sabre Dance (Love Sculpture)

I’ve Been Good To You (The Miracles)

Ramblin’ Woman* (Harrison)

Is It Discovered* (Harrison)

Your Name Is Ted* (Beatles jam)

Get On The Phone* (Lennon-McCartney)

My Words Are In My Heart* (McCartney)

Negro In Reserve* (Lennon-McCartney)

Because I Know You Love Me So* (Lennon-McCartney)

I’ll Wait Till Tomorrow* (Lennon-McCartney)

Won’t You Please Say Goodbye* (Lennon-McCartney)

Over And Over Again* (McCartney)

Monday, January 6, 1969

‘Oh! Darling’

C’mon Marianne (The Four Seasons)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (three versions)

High School Confidential (Jerry Lee Lewis)

‘Hear Me Lord’ (Harrison; eight versions)

‘For You Blue’ (two versions)

‘All Things Must Pass’ (nine versions)

‘Carry That Weight’ (four versions)

‘Octopus’s Garden’

The Palace Of The King Of The Birds (McCartney)

‘Across The Universe’ (two versions)

I Want You (Bob Dylan)

‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (28 versions)

‘One After 909’ (three versions)

‘That’s All Right (Mama)’ (Elvis Presley)

Thirty Days (Chuck Berry)

Leaning On A Lamppost (George Formby)

Annie (Lennon)

I’m Talking About You (Chuck Berry)

The Tracks Of My Tears (The Miracles)

‘Dizzy Miss Lizzy’

‘Money (That’s What I Want)’

Fools Like Me (Jerry Lee Lewis)

‘Sure To Fall (In Love With You)’ (Carl Perkins)

Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo (Carl Perkins)

Send Me Some Loving (Little Richard)

‘Two Of Us’ (20 versions)

Frère Jacques (trad)

It Ain’t Me Babe (Bob Dylan)

When The Saints Go Marching In (trad)

Loop De Loop (Johnny Thunder)

Let’s Dance (Chris Montez)

‘She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’       (seven versions)

You Wear Your Women Out* (McCartney)

My Imagination* (McCartney)

I’m Gonna Pay For His Ride* (McCartney)

They Call Me Fuzz Face* (McCartney)

Maureen* (Bob Dylan/Harrison)

Tuesday, January 7, 1969

‘The Long And Winding Road’ (two versions)

‘Golden Slumbers’

‘Carry That Weight’

The Palace Of The King Of The Birds      (McCartney; two versions)

‘Lady Madonna’

‘She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’      (four versions)

Lowdown Blues Machine (McCartney)

What’d I Say (Ray Charles; two versions)

‘Shout’ (The Isley Brothers)

‘Get Back’ (four versions)

My Back Pages (Bob Dylan)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (14 versions)

Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again      (Bob Dylan)

I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan)

To Kingdom Come (The Band)

‘For You Blue’ (two versions)

Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley)

What The World Needs Now Is Love (Jackie DeShannon)

First Call (trad)

‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’ (18 versions)

‘Oh! Darling’ (two versions)

Rule Britannia (trad)

‘Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)’

Speak To Me (Jackie Lomax)

‘When I’m Sixty-Four’

‘A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues’ (Arthur Alexander)

‘(You’re So Square) Baby I Don’t Care’ (Elvis Presley)

‘Across The Universe’ (12 versions)

‘Gimme Some Truth’ (Lennon; three versions)

A Case Of The Blues (Lennon; two versions)

Cuddle Up (McCartney)

‘From Me To You’

‘Rock And Roll Music’

‘Lucille’ (Little Richard)

Lotta Lovin’ (Gene Vincent; two versions)

Gone, Gone, Gone (Carl Perkins)

‘Dig A Pony’

‘One After 909’ (five versions)

‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (12 versions)

‘Devil In Her Heart’

Thirty Days (Chuck Berry)

‘Revolution’

‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’ (Gene Vincent)

Somethin’ Else (Eddie Cochran)

FBI (The Shadows)

Mr Epstein Said It Was White Gold* (McCartney)

Woman Where You Been So Long* (Beatles jam)

Oh Julie, Julia* (McCartney)

Wednesday, January 8, 1969

‘I Me Mine’ (41 versions)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (two versions)

Honey Hush (The Johnny Burnette Trio)

Stand By Me (Ben E King)

Hare Krishna Mantra (Hindu chant; two versions)

‘Two Of Us’

You Got Me Going (McCartney)

‘Twist And Shout’

‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (two versions)

‘St Louis Blues’ (WC Handy)

‘One After 909’

Too Bad About Sorrows (Lennon-McCartney)

Just Fun (Lennon-McCartney)

‘She Said She Said’

‘She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’

One Way Out (Elmore James)

MacArthur Park (Richard Harris)

‘All Things Must Pass’ (11 versions)

‘Mean Mr Mustard’

Fools Like Me (Jerry Lee Lewis)

You Win Again (Jerry Lee Lewis)

Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo (Carl Perkins)

Boogie Woogie (Lennon)

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep (trad)

Mr Bassman (Johnny Cymbal)

‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’ (13 versions)

How Do You Think I Feel (Elvis Presley)

The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde (Georgie Fame)

Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp)      (Allan Sherman)

‘I Me Mine’

FBI (The Shadows)

‘Oh! Darling’

‘Let It Be’ (three versions)

The Fool (Sanford Clark)

Domino (Doris Day/Andy Williams)

‘The Long And Winding Road’ (six versions)

Adagio For Strings (Samuel Barber)

True Love (Elvis Presley)

‘Shout’ (The Isley Brothers)

‘Sweet Little Sixteen’ (Chuck Berry)

Malagueña (trad)

Almost Grown (Chuck Berry)

What Am I Living For (Chuck Willis)

‘Rock And Roll Music’

To Kingdom Come (The Band)

Get Your Rocks Off (Dylan)

Well, If You’re Ready* (McCartney)

Life Is What You Make It* (Beatles jam)

I’m Going To Knock Him Down Dead* (Lennon)

Tell All The Folks Back Home* (McCartney)

Thursday, January 9, 1969

Another Day (McCartney)

The Palace Of The King Of The Birds (McCartney)

‘Let It Be’ (16 versions)

‘The Long And Winding Road’ (five versions)

‘Her Majesty’

‘Golden Slumbers’

‘Carry That Weight’

‘Oh! Darling’

‘For You Blue’ (15 versions)

‘Two Of Us’ (eight versions)

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep (trad)

‘Don’t Let Me Down’

Suzy’s Parlour (Lennon)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (five versions)

‘One After 909’ (four versions)

‘Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)’

‘She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’      (seven versions)

‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’ (Gene Vincent)

‘Get Back’ (six versions)

Penina (McCartney)

‘Across The Universe’ (12 versions)

‘Teddy Boy’ (McCartney)

‘Junk’ (McCartney)

Move It (Cliff Richard and The Drifters)

‘Good Rockin’ Tonight’ (Elvis Presley)

Tennessee (Carl Perkins)

House Of The Rising Sun (The Animals)

Honey Hush (The Johnny Burnette Trio)

Hitch Hike (Marvin Gaye)

‘All Together Now’

I Threw It All Away (Bob Dylan)

Mama, You Been On My Mind (Bob Dylan)

‘That’ll Be The Day’ (Buddy Holly)

Jenny, Jenny (Little Richard)

Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Little Richard)

Shakin’ In The Sixties* (Lennon)

Commonwealth* (Lennon-McCartney)

Enoch Powell* (McCartney)

Get Off* (Lennon-McCartney)

Quit Your Messing Around* (Lennon)

Ramblin’ Woman* (Harrison)

Friday, January 10, 1969 (George Quits)

‘The Long And Winding Road’ (three versions)

‘Let It Be’

‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (two versions)

‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’ (four versions)

‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ (four versions)

‘Get Back’ (22 versions)

‘She’s A Woman’

Hi Heel Sneakers (Tommy Tucker; two versions)

‘Long Tall Sally’

Theme from The Beatles Cartoons

Catch A Falling Star (Perry Como)

‘Two Of Us’ (six versions)

I’m Talking About You (Chuck Berry)

A Quick One, While He’s Away      (The Who; four versions)

‘Till There Was You’

C’mon Everybody (Eddie Cochran)

Mack The Knife (Bobby Darin)

Don’t Be Cruel (Elvis Presley)

The Peanut Vendor (Louis Armstrong)

It’s Only Make Believe (Conway Twitty)

Adagio for Strings (Samuel Barber)

‘Martha My Dear’

‘Sun King’

‘Dear Prudence’

On A Sunny Island*

Through A London Window


Monday, January 13, 1969

‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ (two versions)

Otis Sleep On (Arthur Conley)

Baby, Come Back (The Equals)

Build Me Up Buttercup (The Foundations; three versions)

‘Dig A Pony’ (two versions)

‘Get Back’ (15 versions)

On The Road Again (Canned Heat)

Tuesday, January 14, 1969

‘Martha My Dear’

‘San Francisco Bay Blues’ (Jesse Fuller)

The Day I Went Back To School (McCartney)

Lady Jane (The Rolling Stones; two versions)

Talking Blues (McCartney)

Jazz Piano Song (McCartney-Starr)

Woman (McCartney; three versions)

Cocaine Blues (Johnny Cash)

Flushed From The Bathroom Of Your Heart (Johnny Cash)

On A Clear Day You Can See Forever      (Burton Lane/Alan Jay Lerner)

The Back Seat Of My Car (McCartney; two versions)

Hello, Dolly! (Louis Armstrong)

‘Mean Mr Mustard’ (two versions)

Madman (Lennon; three versions)

Watching Rainbows (Lennon; two versions)

Take This Hammer (Lonnie Donegan)

‘Johnny B Goode’ (Chuck Berry; two versions)

‘Get Back’

‘You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)’

‘Oh! Darling’ (two versions)

‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’

Oh Baby I Love You* (McCartney)

Song Of Love* (McCartney)

As Clear As A Bell* (McCartney)

You Are Definitely Inclined Towards It* (Lennon)

Don’t Start Running* (Lennon)