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The biggest thing I was worried about from the use of this new technology was in regards to any anomalies and artifacts left behind on the music, and I’m happy there are not any obvious ones to report. They wore the suits, they did the smiles, they shook their heads so the girls screamed,” Martin says. Revolver's Special Edition also includes "Yellow Submarine" Take 4 and highlighted sound effects (a complex and merry sonic seascape, including Mal Evans' sand-shoveling and Brian Jones' glass-clinking) for listeners to journey with The Beatles through the song's progression. It’s easy to forget, but you can listen to their entire official recorded output (albums, stand-alone singles, eps etc) in about 10 hours. All in all, this remix is the improvement that this masterpiece of an album has been waiting for all these years.

Having received George's help to create a whole new song from some unfinished fragments, John led the group through the rehearsals and recording while the clock ticked away the last remaining session time. No complaints about the audio and book, but the quality control on the packaging of my copy isn't great. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (2017), The Beatles (‘White Album') (2018), Abbey Road (2019), and Let It Be (2021). Andy says: Revolver is the moment where the Beatles turned their back on the hysteria and announced they weren't going to tour anymore, but instead were going to concentrate solely on The Music. My "Let It Be" box has horrendous sibilance and IGD, across the entire set, and I went through 3 of

Once again, Ringo takes center stage, revealing his incredible process in crafting the drum parts for not only “Tomorrow Never Knows,” but also “And Your Bird Can Sing” and “She Said She Said. Curiously, the two Sessions discs had none of that dust, which leads me to think they may have been made by different team in the production chain. Iteration and fearless experimentation were always Beatles hallmarks, but Revolver found the band accelerating headfirst into innovation. On the down side, I’d never before realized how out of tune the backing vocals on “I Want to Tell You” were – the boys probably should have honed those a little better before committing them to tape.

Other than that, the sound quality is great on the remixes, great on the sessions, and INCREDIBLE on the mono mixes, both on the LP and the 7".As a result, we’ve all been listening to a pretty awful stereo mix of Revolver for the past fifty plus years. Even Bob Dylan, who was covering unexplored musical terrain of his own at the time, had never made an album so expansive. This new stereo mix is quite remarkable in many ways, especially when you take a step back and think about what they’ve accomplished here. However, those of us who were totally knocked out by the precise detailing of The Beatles In Mono box (with its reproduction of the very different folded-over tab-type construction of the original UK Beatles records) might have to reset one’s expectations a bit, as these are more standard, modern constructs. And, as far as I can tell, these Sessions have not been leaked out into the Beatles bootleg underground, per se.

Between the murky sounds of the slowed tape and the swirly effects on the vocal, it’s always been a challenge get at what’s all happening in the song. The Beatles' final Revolver recording session took place in Studio Two on the evening of June 21, 1966 into the wee hours of June 22, just one day before the band traveled to Munich to start their international summer tour. It was a turning point in the history of rock music, obliterating barriers and demolishing boundaries, and pointing the way to the best that rock music would have to offer. In October 2021, Martin told Super Deluxe Edition: "I don't think it's ready at this moment in time", [3] but noted about Revolver: "There's not as much bouncing down on Revolver as there is on Pepper. Ringo’s drumming hits a lot harder, with random bits of noise flying about and cosmic seagulls sailing through the air from the right channel to the left and back again.It’s like a great artist who can [draw] four lines on a page and you know exactly what it is,” he says. I’ve always thought the electric rhythm guitar in the song was a little too gruff, a little too gritty, a little too sandpapery for such a gentle, stately song. This was only previously available through a Genesis Publications limited edition book from 2017, which has sold out. There have only been one or two instances where I would have preferred certain vocals pushed back a little bit, mix-wise, but in general, I’m not complaining.

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