Kum Back is the first bootleg album by the Beatles, released in January 1970. The album is an early version of what would become Let It Be, sourced from a tape recording of an acetate prepared by the band's engineer, Glyn Johns. It is one of the earliest commercial rock bootlegs, the first being Great White Wonder by Bob Dylan which was released several months earlier.
Kum Back is the first bootleg album by The Beatles, released in September 1969. The album is an early mix of what would become 1970's Let It Be, taken from an acetate prepared by the groups's producer, Glyn Johns. It is one of the earliest commercial rock bootlegs, the first being Bob Dylan's Great White Wonder, which was released in July of the same year. All tracks on Kum Back were recorded during the Get Back/Let It Be Sessions of January 1969, and all were recorded in the basement studio of 3 Savile Row, London, England.
This is one of the first bootlegs ever. Originally released on a 1 LP, plain white sleeve set in 1969, it has gained infamous status as being the one that started it all. Featuring rare acetates/tapes from the Get Back sessions. Enjoy! Remove Advertisements.
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The first Beatles bootleg, Kum Back, sourced from Glyn's first compilation, appeared in late 1969. An infamous legend holds that John Lennon, himself, leaked an acetate or tape to the public during a trip to Canada on 13 September 1969 for his performance at the Toronto Rock & Roll Festival (Live Peace In Toronto). Allegedly, this was a trade for some unreleased Beatles recordings that he didn't have (John is known as a recordings collector). 9 May 1969 Olympic Studios - stereo mixing Inserts for Get Back LP Apparently, The Beatles attended a playback session this day. 28 May 1969 Olympic Studios - stereo mixing Let It Be Master tape banding and compilation: Get Back LP. - 4 January 1970.
The Beatles' rooftop concert was the final public performance of the English rock band the Beatles. On 30 January 1969, the band, with keyboardist Billy Preston, surprised a central London office and fashion district with an impromptu concert from the roof of the headquarters of the band's multimedia corporation Apple Corps at 3 Savile Row. In a 42-minute set, the Beatles played nine takes of five songs before the Metropolitan Police asked them to reduce the volume
The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.
|Non-Equalizing, Pitch Correction [Taken From Lp “Kum Back” (No Label) Matrix Number: 775 Side 1/2]|
|1-3||Let It Be|
|1-5||Two Of Us (Fragment)|
|1-6||Two Of Us (False Start)|
|1-7||Two Of Us|
|1-8||Don't Let Me Down|
|1-9||I've Got A Feeling|
|1-10||The Long And Winding Road|
|1-11||For You Blue (Two False Starts)|
|1-12||For You Blue|
|1-13||Dig A Pony (false Start)|
|1-14||Dig A Pony|
|1-15||Get Back (false Start)|
|1-17||I've Got A Feeling (Fragment)|
|Noise Reduction, Equalizing & Pitch Correction [Taken From Lp “Kum Back” (Mak 327/328) Matrix Number: S-1/2]|
|2-3||Let It Be|
|2-4||One After 909 (Mono)|
|2-6||Two Of Us|
|2-7||Don't Let Me Down|
|2-8||I've Got A Feeling|
|2-9||The Long And Winding Road|
|2-10||Dig It (Mono)|
|2-11||For You Blue|
|2-12||Dig A Pony (false Start) / Dig A Pony|
NotesVintage Vinyl Record Collection Series
Disc 1: Non-Equalizing, Pitch Correction [Taken from LP “KUM BACK” (No Label) Matrix Number: 775 SIDE 1/2]
Disc 2: Noise Reduction, Equalizing & Pitch Correction [Taken from LP “KUM BACK” (MAK 327/328) Matrix Number: S-1/2]
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|none||The Beatles||Kum Back (LP, Unofficial, Bla)||Not On Label (The Beatles)||none||US||1969|
|none||The Beatles||Kum Back (LP, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (The Beatles)||none||US||1969|
|none||The Beatles||Kum Back (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Gra)||Not On Label (The Beatles)||none||Unknown|
|none||The Beatles||Kum Back (LP, Mono, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (The Beatles)||none||US||1969|