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This review is from: Help! (Audio CD)
I believe Help to have improved the most from the Beatles Remastering process.
If you've only ever heard the 1987 CD release i wholeheartedly recommend you purchase the remaster. The sound is really full, good bass sound, the guitars ringingly crisp and clear. And of all the Beatles ALbums Help! has by far the best stereo spread - great to listen on headphones from 1st track to last.
On many tracks on Help! the Beatles continue the country tinged feel of some of its predecessor (Beatles for Sale - also a great remaster)but the highlight is Ticket to Ride which is now heavier than ever - superb, it really hits home with the droning repeated chord to the fore.
However, no amount of remastering can salvage Dizzy Miss Lizzy which provides a disappointing end to an album that is due reappraisal.
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Initial post: 19 Feb 2011 09:57:26 GMT
C. Rigby says:
It wasn't helped in this stereo remix that digital echo was used rather than the analogue echo chamber as on the original stereo mix done in 1965. It sticks out like a sore thumb.
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