The excerpts below, running a few thousands words each, are but a small sample of the breadth of coverage in The Unreleased Beatles: Music and Film. Click beneath to read about some of their most significant and interesting unreleased recordings and film footage:
The Decca Audition Tapes: The numerous tracks the Beatles recorded on January 1, 1962 at their unsuccessful audition for Decca Records, with Pete Best on drums.
The White Album home demos: The many acoustic-oriented recordings the Beatles made at George Harrison's home in May 1968, including early versions of many songs from The White Album, as well as several that the group would never put on their releases.
The first US concert, February 11, 1964, Washington Coliseum: The complete version of their tremendously exciting first American concert in Washington, DC in February 1964, still not released in full on video.
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