I'm a Loser - A solid rendition of one of John's compositions from Beatles for Sale.
Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby - This Carl Perkins tune was George's only lead vocal on Beatles for Sale.
Rock and Roll Music - Yet another Beatles for Sale item, with John singing a classic Chuck Berry number, minus one of its verses. This BBC take also lacks George Martin's piano contribution from the released version.
Ticket to Ride - The group appeared for the final time on the BBC in June of 1965 on a special program called The Beatles Invite You to Take a Ticket to Ride, playing a rousing rendition of their latest hit.
Dizzy Miss Lizzy - Also on that final program, they performed this Larry Williams tune, one of John's favorites which would soon appear on the album Help! They even use electric piano here, as they do on the studio version.
Medley: Kansas City/Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! - Almost a year before recording this Lieber and Stoller/Little Richard medley for Beatles for Sale, Paul and the boys broadcast this performance which I feel is better (except for George's guitar solo) than the one on that album.
Set Fire to That Lot! - Ringo and host Rodney Burke goofing around on Pop Go The Beatles as an intro to...
Matchbox - ...this Carl Perkins number, also performed here about a year before the boys did a proper recording for the EP Long Tall Sally.
I Forgot to Remember to Forget - George takes the lead on this Elvis cover.
Love These Goon Shows! - John explains the difference between a harmonica and a harp to the mock consternation of Rodney Burke as a lead-in to...
I Got to Find My Baby - ...another Chuck Berry tune. Berry is easily the big winner among the group's rock and roll heroes on this collection, with the boys performing eight of his songs.
Ooh! My Soul - Paul handles the lead vocal on another Little Richard screamer.
Ooh! My Arms - Host Rodney Burke cracks the boys up as he amusingly segues from the previous song to...
Don't Ever Change - ...this Goffin-King number originally done by The Crickets after leader Buddy Holly's death. Here we are treated to a unique duet by Paul and George.
Slow Down - John sings lead on this Larry Williams rocker almost a year before the Beatles recorded it for the EP Long Tall Sally. And again, it is odd to hear a song without George Martin's piano contribution when you are used to the released version.
Honey Don't - Another rarity for the die-hard fans is this rendition of the Carl Perkins tune with John singing lead as the group had always performed it. A year later, they recorded it for Beatles for Sale with Ringo singing. I may be in the minority on this one, but I feel the song is actually better served by the drummer's down-home style.
Love Me Do - The collection comes to a fitting end with the simple song that started it all, one which they performed on BBC radio nine times.