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Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band [VINYL] Original recording remastered

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  • Vinyl (12 Nov. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI Catalogue
  • ASIN: B0041KVXLK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (418 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,899 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band was the eighth studio album from The Beatles. Considered by many to be one of the band's most seminal albums, Sgt. Pepper's was famed for its innovative production value, inclusion of orchestral backing and Indian influences, among others. This vinyl edition is remastered to audiophile quality and released in the year that marks 50 years since the band's arrival on the music scene.

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Format: Audio CD
The most famous album of all time. With 'Sgt Pepper' the Beatles effectively completed the transformation of popular music that they had started with 'Rubber Soul' and 'Revolver'. In fact, the big leap forward was 'Revolver' but everyone woke up to the transformation when Sgt Pepper was released.

This was the first 'concept' album, though the idea of being a different band is only partially carried though. Nevertheless, the very appearance of the record was different to all others: two sides of vinyl with no obvious tracks on it. And the cover ... the first ever gatefold. And the words printed on the back. And those funny cut-outs inserted into the sleeve. And all those celebrities in the main picture.

Above all, the music. The Sgt Pepper introduction is still part of Paul McCartney's sets today. Ringo still sings 'With a Little Help from my Friends'. People still debate whether 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' was actually about LSD. (No, it wasn't: it was a description that John's son, Julian,gave to a picture he was painting). 'Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite' is famously taken from a circus poster. And 'A Day in the Life' is reckoned by many to be the greatest / best pop song ever written (actually it was two, bolted together).

'Sgt Pepper' took the music industry by storm and it is still great, almost fifty years after it was first released. The 2009 remastering is excellent. If you don't have this piece of music history, I recommend you get it without further delay. It is timeless.
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Format: Vinyl
Oh my God, This is absolutely STUNNING!!!!! I have to admit to being a bit of an anorak when it comes to vinyl but this 2012 LP remastered recording of Sgt Pepper's Lonley Hearts Club Band is just awesome!!!.
It was released on Monday the 11th of November and I was a tad sceptical when I got it this morning of how good it would be, how wrong I was!
Lets start with the repackaging.Its great! The cover and pictures are much richer. I'm sure the details are the same on the CD but to have the album the way it was supposed to be is like looking at it for the first time. There are new notes on each of the songs and detailed information from Peter Blake on the albums cover. The original inserts are all there.
The remastering of the record is just brilliant. This is not a case of someone just turning up the gain as could be said of some remastering projects I've come across. On some of the songs, A Day In The life, When I'm Sixty Four, Within You Without You, She's Leaving Home its like the Beatles are in the room with you. But the bass for me is what really brings this album home, it is so clear, detailed and warm. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds is so deep. The bass is far better than any other Beatles recording I've heard. Theres no need for sub woofers here.
I've gushed enough, but in honesty you don't need a decent turntable but it's almost worth getting one just to hear how good this album is. I've been looking forward to this release for three years, it was well worth the wait!
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Format: Audio CD
"Sgt. Pepper" is arguably the Beatles most recognized album. Released in 1967 at the peak of the 'hippy/flower power' movement, it combined art with music in a way that no album had previously done. From the way upbeat, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" to the surreal, somewhat somber, "A Day In The Life", every song is a classic. The sound is what makes this album amazing. George Martin and his son remastered and remixed several songs for the "Love" album. This same remarkable remastering has revitalized "Sgt. Pepper's" to an unbelievable clarity. Mixed with an array of sound effects, the remastering not only enhances the instruments and vocals, but brings all those art/music sound effects throughout the album to a vivid height. It's really remarkable how great this album sounds.

Also included in the great album is a multi-paged booklet with some excellent liner notes. There is also a diagram identifying all the famous people in the cover photo! On your computer, you can play the five-minute mini-documentary about the album (Quick-time), which showcases comments from all four Beatles and George Martin. All of this is mixed in with rare photos never seen before. Imagine learning that this album was recorded at night with over 400 hours devoted to it. That's perfectionism and its shows. In fact, there is a mini-documentary for all the Beatles albums. This CD is a collector's item and a perfect showcase for the Beatles genius.
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For those who love vinyl this classic 1967 iconic album represents the peak of The Beatles creativity. The LP that broke the mold and left other bands to follow in its progressive wake. Released during the Summer of Love, this album was on the airwaves all over the world at the time of Monterey Pop festival. A very very English record, a concept album combining Rock, Music Hall, and Love Songs. Psychedelic, thought provoking music that really moved the goalposts. With each Beatles album that came out in the sixties Beatles fans expected something and they got it. The buildup to Sgt. Pepper, “Rubber Soul”, Revolver, heralded the coming of this great album. When it came out it was one of the first albums with the lyrics printed on the back. Symbolizing that the lyrics were an important part of the music. The Beatles gave us a lot and I would say should Rock Music last a thousand years people will still look back and say "This was the finest hour”. While many may see "The White Album" by The Beatles as their best work, Sgt. Peppers had a special place in people's hearts back then. A good record for beginners to start with. If they like it they can then go backwards or forwards in the Beatles songbook.
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