USA: 2ns half of 1980
Another basically pirate release following the similar in concept Down And Out?
- Interview / Bip Bop / Lucille (excerpts only) – Wings’ rehearsal before their first ever tour, Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, early February ’72. Taken from the Wings Over The World TV special, broadcast 16 March 1979
Lucille is from the first Wings rehearsal at the Institute Of Contemporary Arts, London in February 1972.
- Little Woman Love – B-side of Mary Had A Little Lamb
- John Lennon interview about New York – ?
- Angel Baby – from the withdrawn Roots album
- Bangla Desh Press Conference / Speech / If Not For You (Rehearsal) – the first few minutes of the Concert For Bangla Desh film
- Deep Blue – B-side of the Bangla Desh 45
- Ringo interview about the Nashville recording sessions 1970
- Coochy Coochy – B-side of the Beaucoups Of Blues 45
- Interview Paul McCartney about touring Europe in 1972
- The Mess – B-side of the My Love 45
- “Good Bye Joel” – described as a “very weird montage of sounds (and pretty funny!)”, another Melvin message aimed at (“Paul-is-dead” theorist) Joel Glazier
- Interview – Blow Away with George voice-over, discussing the Beatles
- Miss O’Dell – B-side of the Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) 45
- Grammy Awards John Lennon, Andy Williams, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel on Grammy Awards Show, L.A., March 1, 1975 [finally something new (and not copied from an official or TV source!)]
- Move Over Ms. L. – B-side of JL’s Stand By Me 45
- Give Ireland Back To The Irish / Interview – rehearsal in the McCartney home filmed by ABC News, 7 March 1972. Excerpts from this were also used on a late night US TV special hosted by David Frost: A Salute To The Beatles: Once Upon A Time – which aired May 21st, 1975, which became Melvin Records’ source.
- Oh Woman, Oh Why – the promo version pirated (has crackle and some skips), despite what the back cover states, the amount of gun shots is exactly the same compared with the official version: seven.
- Ringo interview about the Blindman movie
- Blindman – B-side of the Back Off Boogaloo 45
- Now Hear This – The third piano intro from Paul’s Brung To Ewe By promo LP for the Ram album
- Zoo Gang – B-side of Band On The Run and theme of a British television show by the same name about a band of French resistance fighters, This track would not see an official US release until 1988.
- John interview about a possible Beatles reunion – ?
- Be My Baby – from the withdrawn Roots album
I do remember when I owned this album that side 2 ended with the sped up recording of Melvin Records denying they had anything with the Wings Over Wembley double album.