The Beatles’ Get Back sessions have been written about to death, so we'll keep it brief. The Beatles gathered on January 2, 1969 at Twickenham Studios with the intention of rehearsing brand new songs for a concert that would be televised live throughout the world. They also agreed to have the entire process filmed for an accompanying documentary.
A companion to their near-simultaneously-released The EP Boxset, EMI/Parlophone's The CD Singles Collection is a set targeted at collectors who are looking for CD replicas of the Beatles' 22 British singles…
The Lost Album Tetralogy brings together absolutely everything * that was never officially released until the present year (2020): home demos, studio demos, unreleased/unpublished songs, studio sessions outtakes, home jams, rehearsals, improvs, alternate takes/demos, concerts, covers, auditions, unpublished alternate mixes, studio monitor mixes, acetates, informal sessions, home tapes, live recordings, reunions, appearances on tv/ movies/radio/specials video/events/songs in interviews and everything else involving Beatles unofficial music audio.
In addition to all this we have reserved for the last tetralogy chapter a wonderful surprise. For the first time we present to the public our own remixes (and a few from other sources) that have been carefully crafted for over a decade to offer the audience a complete new way of listening to the Liverpool quartet. Absolutely incredible!