December 12, 2013 16:44

The Beatles to release 'bootleg' album next week

'The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963' set to land on iTunes

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A collection of The Beatles' rarities and bootlegs will be released exclusively through iTunes next week.

The band, whose music only arrived on iTunes in 2010 following lengthy legal negotiations, will release 59 tracks, which some reports suggest will be titled 'The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963'. A spokesperson for the band confirmed to NME that songs recorded live for the BBC as well as studio outtakes will feature on the release, but could not confirm a release date. A verified tracklist can be seen below.

In total the album includes 15 studio outtakes and a further 44 live BBC tracks to add to those already on 'Live At The BBC' and 'On Air: Live At The BBC Volume 2', which was released earlier this year.

2010 saw an end to the dispute between iTunes' parent company Apple Inc, The Beatles' Apple Corps and their record label, EMI. The two Apple companies have traded lawsuits over each other's brand name and logo use since 1978.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson caused outrage this week when he claimed that it was London, not Liverpool, that helped propel The Beatles to international success. The Mayor of London made his controversial claim during a speech given to the London School of Economics.

'The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963' tracklist:

'There's A Place' - Takes 5, 6
'There's A Place' - Take 8
'There's A Place' - Take 9
'Do You Want To Known A Secret' - Track 2, Take 7
'A Taste Of Honey' - Track 2, Take 6.
'I Saw Her Standing There' - Take 2
'Misery' - Take 1
'Misery' - Take 7
'From Me To You' - Take 1 & 2
'From Me To You' - Take 5
'Thank You Girl' - Take 1
'Thank You Girl' - Take 5
'One After 909' - Take 1 & 2
'Hold Me Tight” - Take 21
'Money (That's What I Want)' - RM 7 Undubbed
'Some Other Guy' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 26th January, 1963
'Love Me Do' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 26th January, 1963
'Too Much Monkey Business' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 16th March, 1963
'I Saw Her Standing There' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 16th March, 1963
'Do You Want To Know A Secret' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 25th May, 1963
'From Me To You' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 26th May, 1963
'I Got To Find My Baby' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 26th January, 1963
'Roll Over Beethoven' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 29th June, 1963
'A Taste Of Honey' - Live At BBC For 'Easy Beat' / 23rd June, 1963
'Love Me Do' - Live At BBC For 'Easy Beat' / 20th October, 1963
'Please Please Me' - Live At BBC For 'Easy Beat' / 20th October, 1963
'She Loves You' - Live At BBC For 'Easy Beat' / 20th October, 1963
'I Want To Hold Your Hand' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 21st December, 1963
'Till There Was You' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 21st December, 1963
'Roll Over Beethoveen' - Live At BBC For 'Saturday Club' / 21st December, 1963
'You Really Got A Hold On Me' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 4th June, 1963
'The Hippy Hippy Shake' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 4th June, 1963
'Till There Was You' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' /11th June, 1963
'A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 18th June, 1963
'A Taste Of Honey' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 18th June, 1963
'Money (That's What I Want)' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 18th June, 1963
'Anna' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 25th June, 1963
'Love Me Do' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 10th September, 1963
'She Loves You' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 24th September, 1963
'I'll Get You' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 10th September, 1963
'A Taste Of Honey' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 10th September, 1963
'Boys' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 17th September, 1963
'Chains' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 17th September, 1963
'You Really Got A Hold On Me' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 17th September, 1963
'I Saw Her Standing There' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 24th September, 1963
'She Loves You' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 10th September, 1963
'Twist And Shout' - Live At BBC For 'Pop Go The Beatles' / 24th September, 1963
'Do You Want To Know A Secret' - Live At BBC For 'Here We Go' / 12th March, 1963
'Please Please Me' - Live At BBC For 'Here We Go' / 12th March, 1963
'Long Tall Sally' - Live At BBC For 'Side By Side' / 13th May, 1963
'Chains' - Live At BBC For 'Side By Side' / 13th May, 1963
'Boys' - Live At BBC For 'Side By Side' / 13th May, 1963
'A Taste Of Honey' - Live At BBC For 'Side By Side' / 13th May, 1963
'Roll Over Beethoven' - Live At BBC For 'From Us To You' / 26th December, 1963
'All My Loving' - Live At BBC For 'From Us To You' / 26th December, 1963
'She Loves You' - Live At BBC For "From Us To You" / 26th December, 1963
'Till There Was You' - Live At BBC For "From Us To You" / 26th December, 1963
'Bad To Me' - Demo
'I'm In Love' - Demo

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