Actually, he is only half right. Of the twenty tracks on this single album, ten had appeared on the twenty-five track double album Love Songs and ten had not. My comments will be limited to the "new" additions.
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Do You Want to Know a Secret - George's maiden vocal outing from Please Please Me.
For No One
Nowhere Man - A great song from Rubber Soul as well as the title track of an EP.
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
Across the Universe - The World Wildlife Fund version.
All My Loving - A rollicking tune from With the Beatles and also the title track of an EP.
Hey Jude - The monster hit single from the summer of '68.
The Fool on the Hill - A well-known track from Magical Mystery Tour
Till There Was You - This Broadway show tune was covered by the group on With the Beatles.
The Long and Winding Road
Here Comes the Sun - George's other great composition from Abbey Road.
Blackbird - A solo recording by Paul from the "White Album."
And I Love Her
She's Leaving Home
Here, There and Everywhere
Let It Be - The final UK single, the version produced by George Martin.
Putting ten tracks on one side of a vinyl album (not to mention the seven-minute Hey Jude) surely must have compromised the sound quality of the record. It was released in the UK on October 13th, 1980 and did not perform well in the charts until John Lennon's untimely murder. In Australia, it hit number one.