Get Back – Together

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Get Back – Together
Studio album by The Quarrymen
Released September 1997[1]
Recorded Liverpool, 1997
Genre Skiffle, Rock and roll
Label Quarrymen Records
Producer The Quarrymen
The Quarrymen chronology
Open For Engagements
Get Back – Together
Songs We Remember

Get Back – Together is the second album by the reformed Liverpool band The Quarrymen, which was the band that, in its original conception, evolved into The Beatles. The album was recorded in Liverpool in 1997 (produced/engineered and mixed by Lance Thomas) and released the same year. The content of the album is drawn from the early repertoire of the original Quarrymen (which included John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison) and features fifteen songs that were regularly performed live by The Quarrymen in the late 1950s. The album's title refers to The Beatles song "Get Back".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mean Woman Blues" (Claude Demetrius)
    • Covered by Paul McCartney during the Unplugged sessions (and released on a promo single)
  2. "Midnight Special" (Traditional)
    • Covered by The Beatles in 1969 during their Get Back Sessions. Also covered by McCartney on his live Unplugged album as well as a regular part of McCartney's sound check set.
  3. "Blue Moon of Kentucky" (Bill Monroe)
    • Covered by The Beatles in 1994 during the reunion sessions for The Beatles Anthology project. Also covered by McCartney on his live Unplugged album.
  4. "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" (Stan Kesler, Charlie Feathers)
  5. "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (Jerry Lee Lewis)
    • Covered by The Beatles during the Get Back Sessions
  6. "Pick a Bale of Cotton" (Traditional)
  7. "That's All Right Mama" (Arthur Crudup)
    • Covered live by The Beatles on BBC radio and released on disc in 1994.
  8. "Blue Suede Shoes" (Carl Perkins)
    • The Beatles recorded an impromptu version of this song during their Get Back Sessions in January 1969. An edited version of that performance was released on Anthology 3 in 1995.
  9. "When the Sun Goes Down" (Leroy Carr)
  10. "Don't Be Cruel" (Otis Blackwell)
    • Covered by Ringo Starr, never a member of The Quarrymen, as an early 1990s B side, and released on a Japanese edition of "Time Takes Time"
  11. "You're Right, I'm Left, She's Gone" (Jerry Lee Lewis)
  12. "Be-Bop-A-Lula" (Gene Vincent, Tex Davis)
  13. "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You?" (Scotty Wiseman)
  14. "Twenty Flight Rock" (Eddie Cochran)
    • Lennon was impressed with McCartney when he showed him how to play this song in 1957.
  15. "Lost John" (Traditional)
    • The Beatles recorded this during the Get Back sessions, and Lennon recorded it again in 1970, later releasing it in 1998 on his Anthology