Get Back : A Collection Of Unreleased Album (Misterclaudel MCCD-154/155/156/157)
Get Back Glyn Johns 1969 Mix
Disc 1 (42:59): The One After 909, Rocker, Save The Last Dance For Me, Don’t Let Me Down, Dig A Pony, I’ve Got A Feeling, Get Back, For You Blue, Teddy Boy, Two Of Us, Maggie Mae, Dig It, Let It Be, The Long And Winding Road, Get Back Reprise
Get Back Glyn Johns 1970 Mix
Disc 2 (43:39): The One After 909, Rocker, Save The Last Dance For Me, Don’t Let Me Down, Dig A Pony, I’ve Got A Feeling, Get Back, Let It Be, For You Blue, Two Of Us, Maggie Mae, Dig It, The Long And Winding Road, I Me Mine, Across The Universe, Get Back Reprise
WBCN Reference Acetates
Disc 3 (56:44): Mixed by Glyn Johns c. early 1969 mono source #1: Teddy Boy, Two Of Us, Dig A Pony, Dig It. Mono source #2 from reel tape: I’ve Got A Feeling, Rip It Up / Shake Rattle & Roll, Kansas City / Miss Ann / Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Blue Suede Shoes, You Really Got A Hold On Me, Get Back, The Long And Winding Road, Let It Be, Don’t Let Me Down, Don’t Let Me Down, The Walk
Alternate Mixes & Versions
Disc 4 (66:10) Mixed by Glyn Johns c. early 1969 stereo source #1 from acetate: Get Back, Teddy Boy, Two Of Us, Dig A Pony, I’ve Got A Feeling, The Long And Winding Road, Let It Be, Don’t Let Me Down, For You Blue, Get Back, The Walk. Stereo source #2: Teddy Boy. Stereo source #3 January 5th, 1969: I Me Mine. Mied by Phil Spector stereo source, March 25th, 1970: Teddy Boy. Remixed by John Barrett 1982 stereo source: Rip It Up / Shake Rattle & Roll, Kansas City / Miss Ann / Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Blue Suede Shoes, Cannonball / Not Fade Away / Hey Little Girl, Mailman Bring Me No More Blues. Remixed by Geoff Emerick 1985 stereo source: Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
Despite the release of Let It Be in 1970 and Let It Be…Naked in 2003 and countless unofficial releases, Get Back continues to draw fascination. Perhaps so few were happy with the final product, or because of a schadenfreude of watching them disintegrate before our very ears, the gravitas associated with The Beatles forces us to re-examine the various permutations of the Get Back project.
Misterclaudel has assembled what can be considered the definitive collection of Get Back. It contains Glyn John’s 1969 and 1970 mixes on the first two discs. The second two discs contain various fragments from Johns, Spector and Geoff Emerick and their various dealings with this material. The sound quality of the four discs is excellent and, for the Beatle collector, contains interesting alternate takes. However, there is nothing new so this is merely a nice collection with nothing groundbreaking.
Get Back : A Collection Of Unreleased Album comes in two editions. The normal edition is packaged in a fatboy jewel case. The deluxe edition comes in jewel case with slip cover and a 43 page booklet in Japanese.
There has only been one Genuine Misterclaudel release of this set.
With Slip case and booklet.
The ‘Standard’ Fatboy boxed version is a PIRATE.
Dozens of Misterclaudel titles have been pirated and have fuzzy artwork and should be avoided. Originals have ‘Taiwan ‘ mentioned in the matrix. You have been warned.
My dear retailer answered me with this piece of info : “it comes with FATBOY jewel case with an additionl plastic slipcase to go over the jewel case.”
Not worth the extra 30 bucks I think, especially if the 43 pages booklet is entirely written in japanese language…
Good question. I don’t know. I only have the basic version.
Hello, I’ve got a question here.
Does anyone know if the Deluxe Edition comes in a Digipack package with plastic slipcase (as it is supposed to emulate the “official” Deluxe Edition packaging) or is it just a fatboy jewel case with paper slipcase, like some Scorpio titles for exemple.
Thanks in advance for the information if anyone can provide it.