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The Beatles Previously unreleased recordings to be included on new collection.
Lost radio recordings of The Beatles are to be released on the follow-up to the band's 1994 album On Air - Live at the BBC.
Fans were asked to delve into their personal archives to find taped recordings of the Fab Four for the new anthology, which will be released in November.
The previously unreleased recordings were culled from mid-1960s appearances on BBC radio following the 2012 Listener's Archive campaign.
The release of the new album will be accompanied by a new book, titled The Beatles - The Archives: 1962-1970, which will feature details of the band's BBC appearances. The tome has been written by Beatles scholar Kevin Howlett.
Plans for the new set of recordings were rumbled by Beatles fansite WogBlog. They spotted a Facebook page from MCA Music in the Philippines, which is part of Universal Music, promising the new collection.
The claims have not been confirmed by either The Beatles' official website or Universal's operations in the UK or US.