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Rock N' Roll Music
June 11, 1976 Capitol Records
Released just after the Beatles contract with EMI expired, Rock N' Roll Music was an attempt to gather some of the band's heavier, guitar-driven tracks on one double LP set. it was widely seen as a disappointment, as many fans were awaiting the release of previously unavailable material rather than repackaged old tracks. Actually, it was somewhat new because the tracks were remixed by George Martin, and the stereo was reversed - except for "I Call Your Name" which was issued in a new mix. The album marked the first appearence of "I'm Down" on an LP in the US. John hated the cover so much that he offered a drawing to be used instead, but was turned down, and artwork by an artist named Ignacio Gomez was used instead.
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Disc 1, Side A
Disc 1, Side B
Disc 2, Side A
Disc 2, Side B
Capitol SKBO 11537 (Tracks remixed by George Martin) - June 11, 1976