Anthology 1 - The Beatles
Track Listing
  1. Free as a Bird
  2. Speech: John Lennon
  3. That'll Be the Day
  4. In Spite of All the Danger
  5. Speech: Paul McCartney
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  1. Free as a Bird
  2. Speech: John Lennon
  3. That'll Be the Day
  4. In Spite of All the Danger
  5. Speech: Paul McCartney
  6. Hallelujah, I Love Her So
  7. You'll Be Mine
  8. Cayenne
  9. Speech: Paul
  10. My Bonnie
  11. Ain't She Sweet
  12. Cry For a Shadow
  13. Speech: John
  14. Speech: Brian Epstein
  15. Searchin'
  16. Three Cool Cats
  17. The Sheik of Araby
  18. Like Dreamers Do
  19. Hello Little Girl
  20. Speech: Brian Epstein
  21. Besame Mucho
  22. Love Me Do
  23. How Do You Do It
  24. Please Please Me
  25. One After 909
  26. One After 909
  27. Lend Me Your Comb
  28. I'll Get You
  29. Speech: John
  30. I Saw Her Standing There
  31. From Me to You
  32. Money (That's What I Want)
  33. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  34. Roll Over Beethoven
  35. She Loves You
  36. Till There Was You
  37. Twist and Shout
  38. This Boy
  39. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  40. Speech: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
  41. Moonlight Bay
  42. Can't Buy Me Love
  43. All My Loving
  44. You Can't Do That
  45. And I Love Her
  46. A Hard Day's Night
  47. I Wanna Be Your Man
  48. Long Tall Sally
  49. Boys
  50. Shout
  51. I'll Be Back
  52. I'll Be Back
  53. You Know What to Do
  54. No Reply
  55. Mr. Moonlight
  56. Leave My Kitten Alone
  57. No Reply
  58. Eight Days a Week
  59. Eight Days a Week
  60. Medley
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The first in a series of three double-CD sets of previously unreleased and rare Beatles material, released in conjunction with the mammoth Anthology video documentary. This covers the late '50s to the end of 1964, mixing studio outtakes, live performances, primitive recordings from the Quarrymen/Silver Beatles days, excerpts from the famous 1962 Decca audition, the most notable 1961 Tony Sheridan-era recordings, and brief spoken bits from interviews. Although this material is undeniably of vast historical importance, it can ...