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The Beatles Past Masters, Volume Two
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The Beatles Past Masters, Volume Two

First released: 1988, March 7

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Ingemar Andersson (2009, November 10)
You Know My Name was originally recorded as early as in 1967. The version of ''Across The Universe'' on ''Past Masters Volume 2'' is from the 1969 World Wild Life Fund charity album ''No One's Gonna Change Our World'' and Phil Spector has nothing to do with it - he reproduced the version on the ''Let It Be'' album in 1970. The single version of the song ''Let It Be'' is produced by ordinary producer George Martin and Phil Spector, who remixed and reproduced the album ''Let It Be'', has nothing to do with the single version of that song either.
john cocks (2006, September 27)
How good is this album its brilliant absolutley hands down the best collection of beatle songs ever or any collection of any band, hail MARK LEWISOHN ,where else can you get RAIN ,INNER LIGHT,OLD BROWN SHOE ,YOU KNOW MY NAME on a album. If you dont own a beatle album [why the hell not?]this will be your first of many i promise you.