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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

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  • Audio CD (26 May 2017)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B06WVHB7B3
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
  2. With A Little Help From My Friends
  3. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
  4. Getting Better
  5. Fixing A Hole
  6. She's Leaving Home
  7. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!
  8. Within You Without You
  9. When I'm Sixty-Four
  10. Lovely Rita
  11. Good Morning Good Morning
  12. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
  13. A Day In The Life

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Product Description

CD featuring the new ‘Sgt. Pepper’ stereo album mix, complete with the original U.K. album’s “Edit for LP End” run-out groove.

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It was 50 years ago when I sat in my mates front room listening to the then mono version for the first time. I remember having a tickle in my tummy and tingles down my spine. I bought this anniversary vinyl version to celebrate that very event and I'm still tingling. Giles Martin has not disappointed, there is just so much more he, and his engineer have managed to extract from those original recordings. Even if the lads were around today I just don't think it could be beaten. Superlatives aside Giles has managed to keep the integrity of the original while enhancing the listening experience. At last I can hear more of Ringo, Paul's bass is just so much more melodic. John has a real edge and George's India trip fills the room with a wonderful mix of instruments and percussion. A Day in the Life will whisk you back to the 60's but this time round I just hear so much more of the album defining track.

I'm biased, I know, but I can't remember when I was last this exited about an album release. More please?

This is a first class treat from a band we will not see the likes of again. Sit back listen and enjoy.

Mike
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In 12 years of being an Amazon customer, this is my first review so I'm sharing my personal perspective on the Super Deluxe edition of Sergeant Pepper, not because I feel my expertise will colour the lives of others (as some other reviewers seem to feel they might), but to give a balanced view as a lifelong fan of The Beatles and because I'm sufficiently sniffy about retrospective tinkering with artist's work to hopefully give perspective. Over the years, many of us have become conditioned to accepted versions of Beatles albums through familiarity - in my case, I got to know Sergeant Pepper firstly through crackly vinyl, played on an old HMV stereogram nearly 40 years ago. At the time, there was nothing more magical and perhaps that's my definitive version of Pepper and indeed their other LP's. Fast forward through the first CD release in 1987, then the stereo remaster box set in 2007, followed by the mono equivalent some time later, with each version giving a newly refreshed view of a familiar album.

For me, the mono remaster was possibly the biggest aural surprise as it's just so different from what I'd come to accept as the Sergeant Pepper I'd grown up with and even now, it's probably my personal favourite version, as it still has the power to surprise and delight; plus the mono release was always the definitive version when new as stereo was something of a novelty at the time and as such wasn't treated as a priority when it was mastered, with none of the band in attendance. If you imagine the new album as an oil painting that's been sensitively restored, revealing new colours and textures that you'd never previously seen. Approach it that way and you'll be delighted.
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I'm not an active Beatles fan so don't have the original. although am pretty familiar with it as we all are. Like many others I first heard some of this on Radio 2 and my pre-order was in within minutes!! Nothing's added, it's not like a 'disco-remix' as someone has suggested where new sounds and rhythms are added in, but a technical re-engineering to remove the restrictions of 4-track analogue tape machines which added a touch of wooliness (just like Spector and Wilson suffered with too) and prevented a genuine stereo mix at the time. The result is a wonderfully clean and detailed recording highlighting not only all the innovations the Fabs and GM created but the excellent playing of the guys too.
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A classic album just got better!

Pre-order meant the tracks were available to listen to from my Amazon Music after midnight instead of having to wait for the delivery today.

The remixes are clearly superior to the original stereo mixes; it sounds more complete and less like the afterthought from 1967.

After a couple of listens it's obvious that Ringo's drumming is much more to the fore, and the tracks sound much better for it.

For something I've heard so often throughout my life, hearing new elements brought a massive smile to my face.

The second CD is more than just some-out takes; hearing the instrumental of She's Leaving Home is amazing.

The alternate takes give a real idea of how the tracks could have sounded if ever played live.

Packaging great too.
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I think I might be safe in saying that this is probably the most famous and celebrated LP of all time.

It’s not worth going over the original 13 song release, as that has been pored over and de-constructed hundreds of times but the album itself has been given a 2017 remix. For those who just want the music there’s a single CD but there are also three further issues; a double CD and double LP, and a deluxe six disc box set. This is a review of the latter.

BOX:
Surrounded by slip case with a 3D image of the front sleeve, which makes your eyes go funny, the whole thing comes in an LP size EMI tape box, inside of which are the six discs inside a replica LP cover, the cut out sheet given back in ‘67, two posters and a 144 page book, which in itself is a work of art. (An edited version comes with the double CD.) It’s an in-depth look at the recording of each song, how the cover came about, the effect the album had on musical history and essays from five people, four of whom I’ve never heard. It’s all liberally spread with photos, tape boxes, handwritten lyrics (including an excised line from ‘Fixing a Hole’), etc. There’s no reproduction of the original inner sleeve for the CDs but it is in the book.

CD1:
Suffice to say, considering it was all recorded on four track tape, the remixing makes it all sounds superb and you can hear more of what was there. The remixing might have been achieved digitally and brought out previously buried elements, but nothing of what you hear was afforded the luxury of AutoTune or ProTools, etc. when recorded. What is noticeable is how striking the drums now are. Take a bow, Ringo. George’s guitar chimes out. Actually, listening through headphones, I’m convinced this is a meeting of psychedelia and grunge.
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