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  1. Inspired by The Love That I Found's thread 'Re-doing Physical Graffiti'. Got me to thinking, "The double album that could really use a trim is the Beatles White Album'. George Martin, Ringo and George seem to agree. (7:47-9:23) Going by the general guideline that vinyls typically hold approximately 20-25 minutes per side (?) here's what I came up with: Side A: 1. Revolution (the hard-rocking single version) Great opener, really sets the tone 2. Dear Prudence 3. Glass Onion 4. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 5. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill 6. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 7. Happiness is a Warm Gun Running Time: Approx. 24 minutes Pretty much kept the same running order, minus the exclusions. Side B was a little trickier. Side B: 1. Yer Blues 2. Mother Nature's Son 3. Blackbird 4. Not Guilty-IMO the most egregious exclusion from the original album. Fits well here between all the acoustic numbers. Gives George his one song per side as well. 5. I'm So Tired 6. I Will 7. Helter Skelter 8. Cry Baby Cry-The 'Can You Take Me Back' ending really works to close the album. Running Time: Approx. 24 minutes Thoughts? I've been tinkering with this for a couple weeks, quite happy with it! Just made a copy for my car, feel free to give it a try yourself.
  2. The Beatles' "Love Me Do" and its b-side "PS I Love You", released in 1962, are now in the public domain within Europe after its copyright lapsed on 31st December 2012. Under existing E.U. law, copyright for recorded music expires after 50 years. Recent changes to extend the limit to 70 years wont retrospectively cover music released in 1962. http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/article/reissue-labels-capitalise-on-love-me-do-going-public-domain-as-ipo-begins-consultation-on-copyright-extension/
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