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On the contrary, we spend a lot of our time here talking about old jazz and rock recordings that we still love.

I have about 6 Revolver presses that just about sound the same except for the 22 which is missing his scale runs. The use of E7♭9 vocal harmony always sounded wonky to me so I don’t think it’s actually sung out of tune.I like my Revolver a little more pure and concentrated, thank you very much, and while the songs that were trimmed from the U. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (2017), The BEATLES (‘White Album’) (2018), Abbey Road (2019), and Let It Be (2021). Yeah, that’s true, Pet Sounds is a masterpiece, unlike any other album ever released really, and it did influence Revolver. In transition from songs that were designed to be played live to ones that could never be played live, “Revolver” is explosively adventurous yet focused and concise.

The book is wonderful (though it has some minor facts wrong) and a really fun read from the handful of pages I've gone through. A Lennon home demo of She Said She Said with a tweaked melody is stormier, while a more ascetic Here, There and Everywhere feels like the narrator is pining after someone unattainable. I also suspect Peter Jackson’s amazing demixing software didn’t always work as well as might be hoped – my theory is that is why the guitar, bass, and drums we mixed together so closely on “Yellow Submarine”.Listen for the woody resonance of the acoustic Indian instruments on Harrison’s “Love You To,” and the precise detail of those drones. The guitars on “And Your Bird Can Sing” shred the air between speaker and listener now, charging along like rampaging elephants – marvelous. Particularly, on most tracks, Ringo’s drums are relegated to one speaker with guitars and effects similarly hard-panned to one channel or the other.

Without question, 57 years later Revolver is still one of the greatest albums in history – at the time it was released it was easily the greatest album ever recorded.The iconic, sunny rite of singalong passage for children everywhere and a favorite for the young-at-heart began quite differently than it finished. Mark Smotroff is an avid vinyl collector who has also worked in marketing communications for decades. But, hey, the music itself herein is great, and, clearly, a lot of love and care went into its creation — and it all sounds pretty terrific too on vinyl. But this new mix is on a whole other level – the strings have a sharpness, a power, a definition unparalleled by any previous mix.

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