October 2

I Need You (Regular, Mono) - The Beatles - Help! Sessions (CD)



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Posted 14.11.2019 by Migami in category "Classical

9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Mijind on
    The stereo set may be the official canon, but what Beatlemaniacs have really craved is the mono box. This limited-edition box is laden with new-to-CD mixes, including the genuine rarities of the previously unreleased mono mixes of the four new songs from Yellow Submarine, and its packaging is gorgeous, filled with mini-LP replicas with stiff cardboard sleeves of every album from Please Please.
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  2. By Dumuro on
    So the big news here is the remastered mono Beatles LPs are the first to be percent all-analog albums since the s. If you've never heard the band's older LPs, the new mono, gram.
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  3. By Malami on
    Jul 07,  · The mono CD has a much overall better balanced "soundstage" as they say while the mono vinyl suffers at times from too much boominess. To say which format to go with really depends what you're looking for.
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  4. By Mazragore on
    Mar 28,  · Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to my last Deep Beatles column on “The Night Before,” this week shines the spotlight on another underrated Help! track: “I Need You,” an early George Harrison composition that still sounds haunting and airy. Its tender lyrics, along with the shrewd use of a volume pedal, add up to one of the Beatles’ mostRead More.
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  5. By Kasar on
    Paul Rigby reviews The Beatles In Mono vinyl box set, provides an extensive comparison test bench with other pressings and various mono cartridges of different budget types and looks back at classic Beatles boxed sets from the past Arriving in a sturdy flip-top box, the limited-edition 14LP box set includes the group’s first nine UK albums, up to The Beatles (The White Album), the American.
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  6. By Mulkis on
    (The song, "Wait," was even recorded during the Help! sessions, but, they left it off until RS.) For the first time on a Beatles album, they began to think outside the box (fueled, no doubt, by the whacky tobaccy that they were starting to use at the time) and include other instruments, besides guitars, bass, piano, drums and percussion/5(1K).
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  7. By Bar on
    Jun 04,  · Also includes: A double-CD collection of all The Beatles non-album and EP tracks digitally remastered in mono including four mixes unique to this package. A 44 page booklet which includes an essay on the important role that these mono mixes played in The Beatles recording career plus a track by track rundown of the recordings contained in the /5().
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  8. By Tautilar on
    Sep 16,  · 2. From Scott C: Can you detail some of the differences you found between the original mono vinyl, the original mono tape, and the mono CDs > Sean Magee: “ There’s too much material to try and remember any instances. The cd’s were made to sound like the records we had, old ones, the new vinyls were to sound like new ’s ones.
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  9. By Mojar on
    Well worth every penny! The stereo CD's, both original and reissue, pale by comparison - the mono CD'scirca fair some what better. If you have a good turntable setup - go for the mono vinyl and hear "The Beatles" as the Beatles intended - you'll be glad you did/5().
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