You Never Give Me Your Money
Paul sings the song that became the first part of the Abbey Road medley. After the song is done, the Beatles keep on going into a three minute jam.
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This is the last verse of George's Something. It sounds like the released version except for that there are no backing vocals. It then goes into another jam.
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Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight
The second half of the Abbey Road medley. This recording is without a lot of the overdubs heard on the released version and sounds quite different. Sound quality deteriorates near the end.
106K, 1:48,7 min
This is the earliest known demo. It's Ringo showing his new tune to the rest of the Beatles on piano.
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Carry That Weight
Some guitar tuning and then a Get Back Sessions demo of Carry That Weight. It includes a second verse "Boy, You gotta open that gate, open that gate...."
265K, 2:15,9 min
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Paul teaching everyone the chords to his new song, and then they jam on it. From the Get Back sessions.
293K, 2:30,6 min
A GREAT boot! The begining has George and Ringo trying to figure out an opening, then it goes into a guitar-piano thing (sort of like the great earliest known demo) and finally John gets up and plays along with them on the drums. It stops short however, when Paul walks in. Figures. :^)~
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The entire Take 3- the released version with the final chord.
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