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    I just got in from a long, long day, and there's a place for the Beatles at the end of a long day. It's nice to have them sounding this good.

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    One of my birthday presents from Emma was the DVD-A and CD combo of "Love". I've really enjoyed it, its a fun romp - but I haven't really played the CD version yet ... I think Sir George Martin and Son did an Excellent Job with this music.

    Thanks to everyone here who recommended it!

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    I just got in from a long, long day, and there's a place for the Beatles at the end of a long day. It's nice to have them sounding this good.
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    when I am demo-ing speakers for someone, I put on track 1 . The airiness of "Because" gets a big smile on their face, BUT then when we hit the opening to "Get Back" (track 2), that smile turns into a huge grin.

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    Cool

    ....yeah -- i agree, people are basically getting sick of the

    same old rock/hip-hop/r&b bullsh*t.....

    and there is just this big upsurge from a new style

    coming out of Europe -- best place i've found it so

    far is a compilation series called 'euro club hits' on itunes

    .......
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    The first albums up to Sgt Peppers were mixed on early tube EMI mixer and this first transistor EMI mixer.



    The monitors were early Altec 604 in the 612 cabinets.



    ...............

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    Not sure where to drop this post, but

    .
    here goes....

    'Material World' reveals much about Beatle

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/01/showbi...rld/index.html

    which quotes an interview with George Martin ..on a subject I've not considered.

    Martin:Marty [Scorsese] would want the song, say, "All Things Must Pass," which is a classic track from a classic album, but it's made for vinyl. And if you played it in the cinema, it wouldn't be the way you remember it sounding. It would sound small. So you're ripping everything apart and putting it together so it sounds how you think you should remember it. And that's a challenge, because you have to pay utmost respect to the original creation, and at the same time, you have to rub everyone's memories the right way.

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