It Won't Be Long 3. Please Mister Postman All My Loving Roll Over Beethoven This Boy 3. Can't Buy Me Love 4. You Can't Do That 5. I Should Have Known Better 7. If I Fell 8. Things We Said Today I'll Be Back Long, Tall Sally I Call Your Name Matchbox Slow Down She's A Woman Eight Days A Week 2. No Reply 3. I'm A Loser 4. I'll Follow The Sun 5. Moonlight 6. Every Little Thing 7. Ticket To Ride I'm Down The Night Before I Need You Another Girl Yesterday 2.
Act Naturally 3. Tell Me What You See 4. It's Only Love 5. You Like Me Too Much 6. I've Just Seen A Face 7. Day Tripper 8. Michelle Drive My Car Norwegian Wood You Won't See Me Nowhere Man Girl I'm Looking Through You Paperback Writer 2.
Rain 3. On my copy, the LP) is gone, it sounds dark, murky, muddy and lifeless. Absolutely disappointing. Alex — life would be boring if we all retained the same opinions and views on hi-fi and music and the carriers of the same. The Beatles in Stereo is a tough call. The mono up to the White Album is the way to go generally speaking. A caveat in respect to the White Album. It sounds like they actually did take their time on the stereo mix, it sounds like a dedicated stereo mix, although I prefer the mono mix.
Needless to say ALL the sixties UK Parlophone stereo mixes were an obvious attempt just to put out any given album in stereo.
Why do I love it? There is no center for all intents. You can figure out all the parts the way they recorded them. Vocals one side,instruments on the other. They must have mixed the album in? All the other Parlophone firstLP), second and third pressings up to early seventies are all mixed the same way as Rubber Soul in Stereo. NOT the EP or first stereo pressings ,regardless of country.
The ornot certain the year? If you ever get a chance to buy this album, do so,there is nothing like hearing how well these songs were recorded. If memory serves me Strawberry Fields has an extended intro. That is the only Beatles album in stereo I feel is an anomaly. Thanks for taking the time to write, Jake and thanks for the info. Is it this one? I agree with Alex here. No contest, the original has sparkle, life and energy that is just not there on the gm version. In comparison it sounds dull and lifeless.
The difference is rather like LP) from being in the theatre to being in the toilets! In short the original is alive, whereas the gm is dead. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Posted on 23rd January The Beatles are finally emerging onto streaming services but, if you want quality stereo Beatles recordings, vinyl is surely your option. But which pressing is best? The latest Abbey Road suite of pressings or older, more collectable, releases?
Paul Rigby talks to Abbey Road about the latest pressings and undertakes detailed A-B comparisons with older releases to get to the sonic truth The last time The Beatles catalogue officially appeared, newly remastered, on vinyl was back in with an additional Mobile Fidelity box set released later in Like this: Like Loading By Paul Rigby. You Might Also Like. Even if this is not the real thing, let's talk about the real thing.
How does the mastering compare with the Blue Box of course, we would have to compare on a song by song basis? Billy BudapestNov 6, Location: Canada, O! It was never commercially released in the United Kingdom.
The eight individual LPs were untitled. Each cover featured a previously unpublished color photo of the Beatles on the front and extensive liner notes detailing their career during the period represented by the album's songs on the back. The box was designed to look like a wooden shipping crate, carrying the words "From Liverpool" stenciled in black ink across the top, along with a small snapshot of the Beatles pasted across the front of the crate.
All My Loving - begins with five taps on Ringo's "hi-hat" cymbal. All You Need Is Love - the mono version. And I Love Her - contains six bars of acoustic guitar in the fadeout instead of the usual four. On Abbey Road, the time between tracks is fifteen seconds. Get Back - the Back In The U.S.S.R. - The Beatles - The Beatles Box From Liverpool (Vinyl version, produced by Phil Spector.
I'm Only Sleeping - the extremely rare version with the slightly delayed guitar solo, previously LP) just on the U. I Feel Fine - the true stereo version that begins with tapping drum sticks, whispering, coughing and Ringo closing his "hi-hat" cymbal. Love Me Do - Version 1 the rare one with Ringo on drums. Penny Lane - the composite version from the U. Strawberry Fields Forever - the true stereo version. Thank You Girl - the original mono version without John's extra harmonica fills.
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