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1.0 out of 5 stars 1 star for greed, 18 Mar. 2013
This review is from: Past Masters Volume Two (Audio CD)
the 1978 LP release 'beatles : rarities' contained a set of songs not found on prominent beatles albums/compilations.

but it was never released on cd.

trust them to expand the song list with more popular songs and issue them on two seperate cds - past masters 1 & 2!

below is the original song list from 'rarities' :

Side one

"Across the Universe" ("Wildlife" version from a British various artists charity album titled No One's Gonna Change Our World) stereo
"Yes It Is" (B-side)
"This Boy" (B-side)
"The Inner Light" (Harrison) (B-side)
"I'll Get You" (B-side)
"Thank You Girl" (B-side)
"Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand" (German version of "I Want to Hold Your Hand") stereo
"You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" (B-side)
"Sie Liebt Dich" (German version of "She Loves You") stereo

Side two

"Rain" (B-side)
"She's a Woman" (B-side)
"Matchbox" (Perkins) (From "Long Tall Sally" EP)
"I Call Your Name" (From "Long Tall Sally" EP)
"Bad Boy" (Williams) (recorded for the American LP Beatles VI, first UK release in A Collection of Beatles Oldies) stereo
"Slow Down" (Williams) (From "Long Tall Sally" EP)
"I'm Down" (B-side)
"Long Tall Sally" (Johnson/Penniman/Blackwell) (From "Long Tall Sally" EP)
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Initial post: 24 Aug 2013 11:42:26 BDT
Greg A. says:
this doesn't really make sense. Past masters vol 1+2 (now both 1 thankfully) are there to fill the remaining gaps if you buy the studio albums; rather than buying several greatest hits albums to fill the remaining gaps with songs like hey jude and get back. on the opposite end of the spectrum is pink floyd, where trying to find cd's with rare singles like 'Point me at the sky' and 'candy and a currant bun' is tortuous as they haven't a mainstream release of all the early work, or many bonus tracks.
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