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  • Audio CD (6 Nov. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Apple
  • ASIN: B01576X5DK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  DVD  |  Blu-ray  |  Blu-ray Audio
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Product Description

The Beatles “1” was originally released in 2000 and quickly became the fastest selling album of all time. Featuring 27 of the band’s most significant singles, all of which reached #1 in the US or UK charts, this updated CD edition now features brand new stereo mixes by Giles Martin and Sam Okell at Abbey Road Studios.

Tracks include: Love Me Do, I Want To Hold Your Hand, Can’t Buy Me Love, I Feel Fine, Ticket To Ride, Yesterday, Day Tripper, We Can Work It Out, Paperback Writer, Penny Lane, All You Need Is Love, Hey Jude, Something, Come Together, and more!

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Oh wow, hear the Beatles like you have never heard them before , like they are in your ear. I have to be honest I will always be a massive Beatles fan, and over the years have listened to the many arguments saying, you must not alter the past. Well I agree to a point. As long as the original version are always available then I am all for mixing the songs correctly, and on this set with a lot of love. Now of cause we have been treated to the 5.1 experience before on the Love CD, and also the remixing in Stereo of the yellow Submarine Songtrack.
On this set for the first time we are finally treated to a warm beautiful sound off the two track Beatles material (She Loves you, Twist and Shout, From me to you ect) all in either 5.1 or stereo, with the vocals placed carefully in the center of the mix, to say they sound is great is just and understatement.
The fist disc is a visual replica of the original No1, all remixed properly. Nothing added nothing taken away just placed correctly in the stereo picture instead of vocal s on one channel and instruments on the other, something that has bugged many of the early Beatles recording and for me disappointing the greatness of the music.Yes they sound the same no ridiculous booming base overtaking the mix, everything seems to be carefully placed in the Stereo picture.
All fans should remember the Beatles never intended the vocals to be place on the one channel, it was at the time the engineers decision, who really did not know what to do with stereo mixes. I have always felt opportunities were lost, the Mono versions were only available in an expensive box set, and the stereo versions which were widely available are sometimes (the first two albums are great examples) should have only been issued in MONO.
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By Quiverbow TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 6 Nov. 2015
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Back in 1994, Apple's Neil Aspinall said 'Anthology is a ten year project'. When '1' was released in 2000, many bemoaned the lack of a DVD of promo films to accompany that CD, though there was the belief such a thing would eventually be released as part of that plan. That anticipation has now been realised. The 2015 '1' project is available in seven different configurations, and whilst it's part of the deluxe set reviewed here, reviews on the CD can be read elsewhere. It's the videos everyone is interested in.

Until now, other than the 'Anthology' series, everyone has been able to watch a lot of what's here on line but not necessarily in its entirety and, for the most part, it's usually been a painful viewing experience; but no more. Not only have the films been fastidiously restored to 4K standard, each has a 5.1 surround audio mix too. And that's one reason why it's taken this long to come to fruition. When it comes to anything Fab Four related, it has to be perfect. Unfortunately for me, I don't have a 5.1 system so cannot comment on the sound regarding that. On top of the 50 videos, this deluxe package also includes a lavish 124 page book on each track, and an essay from Mark Ellen.

The first 27 are related to the songs on the '1' CD and some have had videos especially prepared for this, whilst the 23 on the second disc are a decent selection of tracks. However, though some songs might be duplicated on the first disc, the videos are completely different, and again, some have been made exclusively for this release editing in previously unused film. All the same, it's this second disc that will probably be the most interesting of the two.
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By Andy Sweeney TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Nov. 2015
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Well, the Beatles "1+" box set is absolutely phenomenal. I've loved these lads from Liverpool for so long that it's actually pretty easy to forget exactly what it is that made me love them in the first place. Today I got well and truly reminded about how fantastic they were in the eight short years they were making records.

These days I tend to enjoy the album tracks, the less obvious Fab Four tracks hiding away on their studio albums, but watching the two DVDs on "1" really hit home how brilliant and diverse their chart-topping singles really were. To watch their styles, both visually and musically, change so rapidly and their songwriting abilities evolve so significantly was awe-inspiring.

I've become a little more coy about my fandom of The Beatles over the last decade. It seems such a cliché to respond with "The Beatles" when people ask you to name some of your favourite bands, but it's true. Their lesser tracks are better than most bands' best songs. They weren't perfect, they weren't even all, technically, masterful musicians, but they still provide the benchmark that the media (albeit lazily) compare the success of every other subsequent band by.

The videos are an absolute delight. From their early days of being told what to do, where to stand (Hey, Ringo, how about we film this with you on an exercise bike?) to the mid-period magnificence of Rain and the sheer beauty of Penny Lane and glorious moodiness of Strawberry Fields Forever, I was utterly hooked to my screen. I'm not ashamed to say that tears came to my eyes during All You Need Is Love and that I laughed, out loud, many, many times at the humour that shone from their personalities - you could see that they appreciated the sheer absurdity of their success.
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