Thanks for the information, but in fact the bootlegs are not very hard to be found on the net. It is a matter of what to have. I've downloaded some beatles cartoons for instance (the kids like it), but is it necessary to have them all? As said, the quality differs a lot comparing all these bootlegs. So, do you really have to get everything that's available or can one do with just a very good few ones?
Your right,you dont need them all,but there are a few that will blow your mind..
"Its Not too Bad" The evolution of Stawberry Fields
"Thirty Days" 17 cds The best of the get back sessions...a must!
"The Twickenham Sessions" 8 cds
"The White Album Sessions" 4 cds Just for the Hey Jude takes,take 1 is incredible
Like I said,try looking for these in .flac,or .shn,I love everything from the Get Back sessions,Get Back starts out with different lyrics,John gives it a try,Ringo trys to throw in some lyrics and get rejected,all the way to the final rooftop recording,and its the same thing with Let it be,John ends up on Bass somehow,and he clearly does not like it..lol,for me these are becoming more availiable,and are popping up more and more in lossless form,better than mp3,ya just gotta get them when you see them,or perhaps never ever have them,and forget what you've heard about the Get back Sessions being boring,there are some gems in that set.