GET BACK AND MORE
label: J.S.J. Records
matrix number: JSJ 1313
Release date: February 1970
1. GET BACK
2. guitar riffs THE WALK
3. riffs & count-in LET IT BE
4. TWO OF US (w/2 false starts) dialogue
5. dialogue & count-in DON'T LET ME DOWN
6. I'VE GOT A FEELING dialogue
7. THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
8. I ME MINE
9. dialogue ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
10. TEDDY BOY
11. count-in DIG A PONY
12. THE BALLAD OF JOHN AND YOKO
13. ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
SOUND QUALITY: EX-stereo (fast)
1 to 8, 11: THE "GET BACK" ACETATE.
This album is derived from the same tape which also originated KUM BACK (S1 / S2); it lacks Dig it and One after 909. The pressing is better, with less tape hiss, but it plays very fast. The stereo channels are reversed. Track 13 is listed as "echoed": actually, it is the original stereo version, with the left channel delayed (of about 1 second!: the results can easily be imagined...).
The only known pressing has the title printed with big letters on the cover and blue label with track listings (song titles are often incorrect).
INTEREST. Only interesting because it is a very early Beatles bootleg, of medium rarity. ***
RECORDS DERIVED FROM GET BACK AND MORE
AISLE OF WIGHT
Label: Rainbow Production
Matrix number: my 1 / my 2
Release date: March 1970
Side A and tracks 8, 12 and 13 of GET BACK AND MORE were copied in this record, that has three Bob Dylan tracks as the last tracks on side B. This LP had an insert cover and was released in a very strong and thick greyish-brown jacket; blank labels. Although there are only three Dylan's tracks, this LP is usually credited to that singer, and the insert itself says "Bob Dylan at the Aisle of Wight».
An interview with the producers was published on the journal Kaleidoscope on March 18, 1970. The producers mentioned that in early 1970 there has been a rash of bootlegs in Madison Wisconsin reaping gigantic profits. They claim that this music belongs to the people and are going to liberate it. So they acquired some Beatles tapes of material left off their new Get Back LP and 3 Dylan tracks from his recent Isle of Wight concert. They cut 1000 copies of the LP to sell for $3.00, with a possible 1000 more to be cut later. Every penny of profit will be returned to the community. “This album is a stop toward reclaiming the peoples music from filthy capitalist record companies”, they said, “John Sinclair is on the album cover for a purpose. Ten years in jail for two joints is what were all about. Dig it?”.
There are two different covers, one in strong cardboard with insert in white paper (photo below the title) and one on a white sleeve with insert printed on yellow paper.
INTEREST. Musically uninteresting, but a rare bootleg, difficult to find and usually listed as a Bob Dylan LP. ****