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    The songs Lennon and McCartney gave away

    The instrumental "Cat call" is a McCartney composition. It was recorded by Chris Barber & his Band in 1969 for the superb LP "Battersea Rain Dance". Produced by Giorgio Gomelsky (Yardbirds).
    At the end of the song Paul is yelling:"Please, play it slower!"
    So, lets talk about the best songs The Beatles gave away!
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    Doris Troy, Same, 1970, Apple England, SAPCOR 13

    Some songs George Harrison gave away. "Ain't that cute" A1. "Give me back my dynamite" A3. This album is a forgotten juwel, because of Doris' extraordinary voice and this green fresh apple all star band.


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    Come and get it

    Exclusively offered to The Iveys=Badfinger. Paul McCartney played all instruments for the demo of "Come and get it". It took less than one hour.....
    Issued 1996 on Anthology 3. What a hit for Badfinger in 1969! The song was the main theme for the movie "The Magic Christian".
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    Roger Daltrey, Giddy, 1977

    "Giddy": a clever song by Paul McCartney from LP " One of the boys". Partly funky as "Coming up", partly in ballad style.
    Daltrey was only one of the boys: he was part of an all star band (Marvin/Lee/Clapton/Ronson/McCulloch)!
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    Johnny Winter, Rock'n'roll people, 1976, from LP "Captured Live", Bue Sky Holland

    John Lennon's 1970 "Rock'n'roll people" was issued posthumously ten years later on "Menlove Ave". This is a furious live version.
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    That Johnny Winter album is fantastic overall. Loved Richard Hughes' drumming!

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