Today we're looking at an awesome collection of demos/early versions/home recordings, call them whatever you want.
Basically this is a huge ZIP-file, I stumbled on at BootlegZone's forum, which contains a lot of recordings from The Beatles' jam sessions at their homes.
The tracks are divided in six folders, which all covers a number of years, going back to 1958 to their later stuff from 1969.
The sound quality varies from quite poor to pretty good. I haven't listened to all of it, but it seems to me that the earlier recordings are worse quality than the later recordings, guess the equipment used for recording got better along the way? I dunno.
The ZIP-file is a two part file, available on Megaupload:
Part 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VC37IGCI
Part 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=R59JHGSM
(If megaupload says "The file you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable." error, just try again a few minutes later)
The tracks are in .flac format, so you'll need a media player which support this format (Windows media player doesn't seems to do), I highly recommend using VLC-player, which can be downloaded free of charge if you don't already have it.
There are some really interesting pieces in here, so I highly recommend that you guys check this out.