Originally recorded when first broadcast 22nd September 1969, an acetate of demos of the recording sessions for what became the "Let It Be" album Naked".
also the basis for one of the first bootleg albums called Kum Back. along with Bob Dylan White Wonder and Stones Liveer that you'll Ever Be. First mixes by Glyn Johns. raw but great,thanks. Send a private message to misterdj. Find More Posts by misterdj.
WBCN Get Back Reference Acetate. This is a tape of Glyn Johns' reference acetate that made its way to the US, where it was played on some "underground" FM stations (the first being WKBW-FM in Buffalo). A more complete version of this same tape of the radio broadcast on WBCN-FM is on "Posters, Incense And Strobe Candles". What If? The 1971 Beatles album that never was! A collection of tracks that theoretically could have made up such a collection.
THE BEATLES Get Back - The Glyn Johns Mixes (Clarified) 'Rough Mix' Acetate and original (1st) version of the unreleased Get Back Album January-May 1969.
March 1969 - Apple? . Kum Back" - 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 "The WBCN Get Back Reference Acetate" "Posters, Inscence and Strobe Candles". It was broadcast on CKLW 800 AM Windsor/Detroit in November - December 1969 as "from The Beatles' album 'Get Back'". It is unknown if the radio station was playing an actual acetate or a tape copy. Get Back" - One After 909 - Rocker - Save The Last Dance - 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 - The Long And Winding Road - Let It Be - Get Back (reprise) "various releases". September 1969 - 12" one-sided Apple Cold Turkey (take ?) with alternate vocal "After The Remember".
A different mix of the song later became the closing track of Let It Be (1970), which was the Beatles' last album released just after the group split. The single version was later issued on the compilation albums 1967–1970, 20 Greatest Hits, Past Masters, and 1.