Despite their thoroughness, Sulpy and Sweighardt's text is incomplete compared to A/B Road . I assume, then, that A/B Road was released after Get Back, and that's why the book does not include all the audio that is found in A/B. In any case, the book and the recordings do match, but only to a certain extent. I have been unable to locate a comparison of the two (i.e. detailing what corresponds to what between the text and the audio) so this blog will be the first in a 20-part series (one blog for each of the twenty days the Beatles spent recording Let it Be) comparing the tracks of A/B Road with the analysis and commentary of Doug Sulpy and Ray Schweighardt's book Get Back: The Unauthorized Chronicle of the Beatles' Let It Be Disaster. I hope that other Beatles fans and scholars will find this useful. (I'd hate to think of anybody bothering to do all this work again!)
Due to formatting concerns, I am including my findings only in PDF format (as opposed to plain text format, such as these very words). So here is part 1 of 20, 1969.01.02, with the A/B tracks listed on the left, and the corresponding Sulpy catalog on the right (which just so happens to be identical for this first day - but certainly won't be identical in the future).