Whether one likes Tall Trees is not the point though is it? (For the record, I like it). I understand Jaffaman's reply. Having so many albums to master and collecting so much bonus material to do (not to mention organising interviews and artwork for the books - all excellent by the way), it's not hard to believe that something was bound to fall through the cracks.
Didn't Don Bartley notice it though when mastering the album? Or whoever it was at Abbey Road heard it when transferring the tapes to hi-res? Maybe they went out to grab a coffee during that that track . Anyway I'm not going to throw the disc out in disgust and I do love the remastering audio glitch aside.
As for the different fades and full endings etc... Who would have a problem with that unless it is a shorter version/edit than the original. Hearing the full end of "Can't Carry On" was a pleasent surprise although I first heard it on the 5.1 mix. (The surround mix was so different to the stereo with variations a-plenty!).