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    The Beatles LOVE CD

    THIS NEW ALBUM WILL BE OUT IN A FEW WEEKS. It`s a re mixed version of early Beatles song which is now playing in Vegas with the cirque du Soleil show. These Beatle songs have also been recorded in 5.1 for dvd owners.

    The sound is new (not compressed) very dynamic . It was made for HI Fi high end sound systems. Not boom box players. Altough it will sound "out of this world"
    practically on anny system.



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    I saw the show and I've been waiting for the disc. Available on CD and with a 5.1 DVD audio only disc. George Martin did the remixes.

    http://www.beatles.com/newsletters/Issue_16/index.htm

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    Smile Slightly OT

    This morning I had a fundraiser for my gang prevention program. We held it at the Home Depot Center Stadium Club, and we included a silent auction.

    I ended buying a large framed picture of the Beatles with laser-etched signatures in anodized aluminum of the guys, along with mini album covers from all the original Beatles' albums.

    Now there's something else for me to buy: Love.

    But didn't the Beatles sing, "Can't buy me love" ? :dont-know
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    why yes ...............as well as money thats what i want

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    I will order this album at my local store today!

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    Let It Be - Naked

    A good friend of mine recenty turned me on to the Let It Be - Naked CD, which was released quite a while ago. It features tracks from the band's Let It Be album, albeit without the orchestration and additional overdubs which were added to the original soundtrack album only because the producers were worried that the movie might suffer soundwise with just the four boys playing. They were dead wrong on that. The Naked CD proves that the Beatles in 1969 were truly skillfull performers and musical arrangers, both individually and as an unit. If you don't have this album, I heartily recommend it. You won't regret it!

    I can't wait for this newly remastered CD, too!

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    Smile The Beatles

    Even after all this time, what a great group and fantastic legacy.

    I couldn't get a very good shot, even dividing the thing in two, but here's what I added to my Beatles memorabilia yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve K View Post
    A good friend of mine recenty turned me on to the Let It Be - Naked CD, ...

    I can't wait for this newly remastered CD, too!
    Thank you for the tip.

    On eBay I found the LP-version as well:
    European and Japanese version

    Does anybody know something about sonical differences of these three versions?
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    yup thanks for the naked tip

    I loved it
    The only track i really thought was a better original
    was no 10 across the universe but it`s all good
    this place great for new music finding!
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    Those of you who got a chance to get the cd before it's 21 November release are lucky.

    They played a few songs on the radio . The sound is outstanding.EMI or Abbey Road used a different tape for each take back in the 60's . They never erased a tape for a retake.

    Geoff Emerick EMI technician Quoted in an interview:



    You used fresh tape for every take?
    Yes. That was another one of the rules; we always had to record on virgin tape, because the technical people at the research department said — due to the flux or something — we shouldn't record over.

    That is why the sound is stil perfect after all these years.


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    The reason you don't reuse tape for important poop is that bias freq is not erased by the machine erase heads. As a result, unless you bulk erase, you get additional noise with each pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Womack View Post
    The reason you don't reuse tape for important poop is that bias freq is not erased by the machine erase heads. As a result, unless you bulk erase, you get additional noise with each pass.

    Bob
    What the h"#ll are you talking about? We are talking about great sound from THE BEATLES ...

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    I was always a Rolling Stones / Pretty Things fan myself.


    Quote Originally Posted by Rolf View Post
    What the h"#ll are you talking about? We are talking about great sound from THE BEATLES ...
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    totally OT

    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERBEE View Post
    I was always a Rolling Stones / Pretty Things fan myself.
    Finally there is someone who knows the Pretty Things.
    Superbee, are you European?
    Last week I bought Rolling Stones BRAVO LP (German edition) - a reminiscence of my youth .
    I still like'em.
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    PS: Sorry Rolf! There was a time where someone could be fan either of the Beatles or the Stones. Today I like them both.

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    No sir, I am an Oklahoman by way of Missouri. I have been a fan-boy and collector of 60s punk,pop,psych,garage,Mod,soul,R&B,Dutch punk,bla bla bla since 1979

    The Pretty's alwys make my top 10. Along with the Byrds, Q65, Television, The Who, Outsiders (Dutch), Stones, bla bla bla........

    Nothing much better than firing up the tube amps, making a stiff Vodka tonic, and playing S.F Sorrow thru a set of JBL Olympus at fairly loud volumes.

    I think I just laid out my evening plans.



    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    Finally there is someone who knows the Pretty Things.
    Superbee, are you European?
    Last week I bought Rolling Stones BRAVO LP (German edition) - a reminiscence of my youth .
    I still like'em.
    ____________
    Peter

    PS: Sorry Rolf! There was a time where someone could be fan either of the Beatles or the Stones. Today I like them both.
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