Of the two "Beatles Reunion" songs that ended up on the Anthology CD's, "Real Love" is the slighter (to my ears, it bears a strong resemblance to John's "Just Like Starting Over.") Still, it has much of what made the Beatles so memorable--gorgeous melodies that seem like they grew organically, like crystal formations, and almost as lasting. The other three songs are important for Beatles completists, since they do *not actually appear* on any of the Anthology CD's! The first is a good, if unspectacular, live version of "Baby's in Black" with a funny intro by John (actually, most of John's intros were funny, come to think of it). Then comes a working draft of "Yellow Submarine" that is a reason to buy the CD all by itself, with a spoken intro by Ringo and a wider (and wilder) variety of sound effects, including more John Lennon shouting. The CD closes out with a collage of early takes of "Here, There, and Everywhere." This is quite listenable, but omits the chorale-like three-part harmonies that were the song's best asset. (In addition, "Here, There..." sounds very strange coming after "Yellow Submarine," instead of the other way around).