Excerpt from the website:
Isolated vocals are nothing new, and this one’s even been floating around for years now, but it’s still a fun oddity. The Beatles’ Abbey Road Medley, featuring “You Never Give Me Your Money,” “The Sun King,” “Mean Mr. Mustard,” “Polythene Pam,” “She Came In Through The Bathroom Window,” “Golden Slumbers,” “Carry That Weight,” “The End” (and “Her Majesty”) all stripped down to the vocal tracks. It’s all quite well done, crisp and studio clear, enough that you can hear the varying effects McCartney uses for his vocals. There are some patches of silence, of course, and the piano creeps in on Lennon’s “Mean Mr. Mustard” and McCartney’s “Golden Slumbers,” but overall the opportunity to view the Beatles from yet another angle is always a treat. 16 minutes, hear it all below.
Wonderful vocals ... Not having Rock Band can this be snatched from there? .... as I don't know where else this could have been snatched from.