February 26, 2010 – 7:33 am

Revolution 1, Take 20 Remixed

Thanks to BabyUraRichMan (who shared the lossless version), here’s a mashed-up or remixed version of Revolution that should go to a Rarities collection.

BabyUraRichMan said: “(Parts are taken from) the standard mono version of ‘Revolution 1′ from the mono White Album with the recently discovered outtake version, called ‘Revolution 1, Take 20′. This way you get the extra guitar and horns during the main part of the track, and you also get the awesome ‘freak out’ part of the outtake track. The best of both worlds!”

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Track 01. Revolution Remixed (14.2MB)

  1. 12 Responses to “BEATLES - REVOLUTION 1 REMIXED”

  2. Another great day with BigO!

    A great Beatles track and a DOUBLE Betty Chestnut!!

    As Ric Flair once said - “WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!”…

    By TDC on Feb 26, 2010

  3. Thanks buddies!

    By Alex Corvini on Feb 26, 2010

  4. Awesome sound quality!

    By lanzarishi on Feb 26, 2010

  5. Tried to replace this with Rev 1 and 9, still too long for 1 CD.

    More rarities? It’s going to be up to fans changing Olivia Harrison’s mind (Dhani was able to convince them to do “Rock Band”) and writing Apple, because George insisted that Anthology should be it. If it was up to Paul, different story. They should put the vault stuff up on the site and make it subscription based. Maybe not everything all at once, but over time, people can get to hear what’s in the vaults.

    By Danny on Feb 26, 2010

  6. You know if EMI would put out some of this stuff, maybe they wouldn’t have to sell off Abbey Road Studio. I tell ya, these companies haven’t a clue how to use what they “own.”

    By Kenneth Lockerbie on Feb 27, 2010

  7. It’s not up to EMI and they don’t “own” anything.

    By Dan on Mar 2, 2010

  8. Ah It’s only a dream an amusement park on 65 acres…reconstructed Abbey Road Studios, complete with the street crossing. Cavern Club. Star Club. Each with Beatle bands, actors completing the setting. Minature Shea Stadium for Rock Band performers that come from the customers, so they can dream the part. Sgt. Pepper Bands roaming like 6/21/76 Wings in LA. All get a share, EMI too, in Pepperland NYC, LA, London, Paris, ? Now THERE’S $$$$$$ for ya!!

    By 2yrsnojob on Mar 2, 2010

  9. If EMI had their way, you can be certain they’d plunder The Beatles vaults as much as they could because they know it would sell. Unfortunately, all decisions lie with “Apple” and then they have to get Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison to mutually agree. It’s apparently because of Paul and Ringo still wanting to live the lie that The Beatles were NOT getting on well during the “Let It Be” fiasco - deluding themselves and the world that all was “peace and love” - that “Let It Be” remains unreleased on DVD.

    By Baz on Mar 2, 2010

  10. Dear Bigo,

    What a gem. I was trying to find this on other web sites last night and all the time it was here on the site under my nose. I love this period of the boys, so creative with the tools they had at hand at the time. If you have ever edited music on tape with china graph pencils and razor blades you will understand how good this is.

    By Creatist on Jan 5, 2012

  11. fan-freaking-tastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Paul on Aug 17, 2013

  12. Thanks BigO, this is one freak-out I can listen to over and over!

    By Fred on May 22, 2016

  13. I’ve been enjoying this for years. Thanks for posting it!

    By Arturo Crandoval on May 22, 2016

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