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Get Together Standard release
(The Beatles)
source: Woodstock 1970 

Side one: 
Kenny Everett Beatles interview
When everybody comes to town
I'd have you anytime

 Side two:
Beatles and Stones
Loving sacred loving
Shapes of orange
unreleased Apple 45 rpm

The songs "When everybody comes to town" and "I'd have you anytime" were co-written and recorded by Dylan and Harrison in Woodstock, NY in 1970. The majority of the vocals are by Harrison.
As this EP is primarily a Beatles boot, and severely limited at that, there were virtually none available for the Dylan collector.

Thanks to Harvey & Larry for scans

Also see these other released versions:
Black vinyl
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See readable back cover (129 kb)
 This is a rare 1976 USA EP Beatles bootleg. There were only 500 stamped, numbered copies. This is the standard gold vinyl version. The cover is black and white. The front features a collage of the Beatles. The back is a reproduction of a 1976 letter to the Beatles from Sid Bernstien imploring them to consider a live reunion performance. The vinyl is translucent gold. The full printed label is a take off of the "Apple" label. 
This 33 rpm EP was released by Ticket To Ryde / Beatles For Sale U.S.A. 
The catalog number on the jacket is: PRO-4 Q 1/2

3 stars      NMP100

gwa 132
Matrix: TOBE MILO 40 1/2

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