Eric Schmuckler

Member Since: 8/16/2001
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Hold On World: The Lost Beatles 1970 LP

Side A
Artist Song
George  I'd Have You Anytime 
Paul  Dear Boy 
John  Look At Me 
John  Remember 
Paul  Every Night 
John  Hold On 
Paul  Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey 
Ringo  It Don't Come Easy 
John  Isolation 
John  Gimme Some Truth 
Side B
George  Behind That Locked Door 
Paul  Monkberry Moon Delight 
John  Love 
Paul  Maybe I'm Amazed 
Paul  Teddy Boy 
John   Cold Turkey 
Paul  Singalong Junk 
George  Isn't It A Pity 


I take no credit for this mix. A few years back someone sent it to MOJO, they mentioned it in print and briefly posted it, I made myself a C-60 and have spun it ever since. I can't vouch for the accuracy of the 1970 dating for all tracks but who cares when the mix is this gorgeous? Also a nice bookend to the solo Beatles mix I posted last week.


lo-fi jr.
Date: 1/9/2006
Made this one myself. Damn shame those kids couldn't get along to have assembled this themselves. The Hold On/Uncle Albert & Love/Maybe I'm Amazed sequencings are a thing of beauty.
Date: 1/10/2006
Beautiful, but then you knew that. (I may have to do as lo-fi did & assemble as well.)Thx Eric.
lo-fi jr.
Date: 1/10/2006
Listening to this three times today my mind drifted to the parallel universe where it actually exists. Anticipation was high following the initial release of the double A-sided single, Uncle Albert b/w Cold Turkey. Upon the LP's release MOJO immediately awarded it "instant classic" status yet the public debates began. Who had the more self-indulgent & superficial tracks, John or Paul? Where the contribution from the Beatle wives sweet or annoying? While the single, Maybe I'm Amazed b/w It Don't Come Easy did well it was the slower & shorter version of Isn't It A Pity from the George assembled Bangla Desh charity LP that became the biggest radio hit of 1970. Thereby creating the answer to the trivia question, "What was the most popular Beatles track that was never released as a single?"