The Unreleased Beatles
details the incredible breadth of music the Beatles recorded but did not release, as well as film footage of the group that hasn't been made commercially available.
Beatles expert Richie Unterberger examines a huge array of material, including unreleased studio outtakes, BBC radio recordings from 1962-1965, live concert performances, home demo recordings, fan club Christmas recordings and other informal demos done outside EMI studios.
The staggering wealth of unreleased gems encompasses the Beatles' entire career, from a recording of the Quarrymen on July 6, 1957 (also known as "the day John Met Paul"), right up to outtakes from the final sessions of Let It Be in 1970
The book includes chronological entries for all of the Beatles unreleased recordings of note, as well as all of the unreleased video footage from 1961-1970 and outtakes from 1990s interviews filmed for Anthology There's also a general overview of Beatles bootlegs, Beatles songs recorded by other artists in the 1960s, never-recorded material, and more than 100 photos.