There are a couple of unreleased Beatles tracks that fans have been wanting to hear for forty-plus years. Holy Grails, basically.
Tracks like the 27-minute “Helter Skelter.” Or tracks worked on during the “reunion” sessions in 1994 and 1995 like “All For Love” and “Now and Then.”
And then there’s “Carnival of Light.”
It’s a 14-minute long piece of avant garde music, random noises and the like Paul McCartney put together in 1967.
There’s no guarantee that it will happen. Permissions would need to be received.
Maybe, with the remasterings and the inevitable iTuns release, it could happen.
We shall see.