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  • Audio CD (9 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B0025KVLTW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, Magical Mystery Tour is one of the very best Beatles albums. I actually like every single song on this album, yes even the most whimsical ones. But the movie stinks, you say? Well, don't watch it. Just listen to the music. With great songs like Fool on the hill, Strawberry fields forever, I am the walrus, Penny Lane and others you can't go wrong.

I would like to make a specific point about the stereo version of this album. Some people complain about the stereo sound picture, with drums sometimes coming from the far left and instruments changing place from one verse to another and so on. I think these people entirely miss the point. Today a stereo picture is drawn to give the sound a certain width, to make it sound as neat, pleasant and comfortable as possible. But in 1966-67, when pop groups started to take more interest in the recording procedure and stereo was still a pretty new thing, a stereo picture often had a different purpose. Back then, stereo was often more like a cool thing that was used for interesting and stunning effects. A bit like 3D glasses during the 1980's. If you watched a movie with 3D glasses you certainly weren't expecting the movie to look more pleasant and admirable. You just expected it to look... well, cool. This is how stereo was regarded during a short period in pop history. "Wow, it sounds like the drums are coming from somewhere else than the guitar and ooops they suddenly changed place, what will they think of next?"

Everything in history has at some point been something new and interesting. Magical Mystery Tour gives us a valuable look at how things sounded when stereo was something new and interesting. Sure, I wouldn't mind a new "proper" stereo remix of this album to go along with this one.
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I can't believe people take the mick out of this because of the movie, its one of my favourite Beatle Records, and it should be because of the classic songs on the album like.

I'am the Walrus, Strawberry Fields Forever,Penny Lane and All You Need Is love.

Other great songs include. Fool on the Hill, Baby you're a Rich Man and The Magical Mystery Tour. The rest are just o.k, but the double a-side of Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever is often cited as the greatest double a-side of all time, and the greatest single of all time, which is some compliment, this is one of the finest records ever, and shoudln't be taken for granted.
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This is a review for the 2012 vinyl edition. Please ignore the Amazon UK's bunching up of reviews.
First off, one benefit of this pressing is everything is in true stereo being rather than the awful duophonic fake stereo of the analogue US and UK versions on the songs Penny Lane, Baby, You're A Rich Man and All You Need Is Love that my very first copy had. Because this lp was in truth a American creation added later in the day to the World-wide catalogue, they have used a old style colourband Capitol logo for it. So cool!
The booklet is tucked in the left jacket pouch rather than stapled in the gate-fold ready to fall off and is printed in thicker paper.
Secondly Sean Magee cut this and he did an extremely good job of getting deep bass on it, the treble is very smooth, and the presence on the vocals almost fooled me into thinking this was analogue sourced, lacking the harshness you sometimes detect on cd. He left a good amount of space from the end of the final track to the edge by the label to minimize any end of side playback problems. I went from having the 1976 UK version with the last three tracks in fake stereo originally to the 1988 Capitol digitally mastered one that was a bit better.
I feel this is the best one yet I've had.It was dead quiet
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Aug. 2003
Format: Audio CD
If it is even possible for a Beatles album to be somewhat underappreciated, Magical Mystery Tour is that album. Maybe it's the cover image of the Fab Four dressed in wholly ridiculous garb; that image is rather offsetting. As for the music, it's something of an odd mix of songs. The first six tracks come from the rather obscure television film Magical Mystery Tour, and the remaining five are made up of singles added to the pot in order to cook up enough material for an American album release. Thus, what you end up with is not a concept album such as the incredible Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band but rather a densely packed collection of huge hits complemented by several other very fine songs in their own right. Of the seven tracks, seven are bonafide Beatles classics: Magical Mystery Tour, The Fool On the Hill, I Am the Walrus, Hello Goodbye, Strawberry Fields Forever, Penny Lane, and All You Need Is Love. The last of these songs became a veritable theme song for the culture of love thriving at the time of this album's release in 1967. I Am the Walrus is unquestionably the strangest song the Beatles ever released, but John's unique delivery of the seemingly nonsense lyrics is inherently fascinating. I don't even need to expound upon the fascinating, psychedelic, and wholly unique Strawberry Fields Forever. Besides being two of the Beatles' most amazing songs, I Am the Walrus and Strawberry Fields Forever also hold an important place in the mythology of the Beatles, supposedly containing clues pointing to the "death" of Paul.
The four less familiar tracks are rather remarkable in themselves. Your Mother Should Know and Baby You're a Rich Man are fun and somewhat bouncy little tunes.
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