From The Guardian:
Sleuthing by Beatles fans appears to have uncovered a new release from the Fab Four. They discovered MCA Music in the Philippines – part of Universal Music, which now owns the Beatles’ catalogue – was promising on its Facebook page a new anthology collecting previously unreleased recordings from their mid-60s appearances on BBC radio.
The first volume of Live at the BBC consisted of 56 songs and 13 dialogue tracks from the Beatles’ appearances on the BBC’s Light Programme (now BBC Radio 2). The double CD, released in 1994, reached No 1 on the UK albums chart, No 3 in the US, and arguably set the stage for the Fab Four’s three Beatles Anthology collections, released in 1995 and 1996.
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