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Thread: Album Club, July 2017: The Beatles - 'Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwardlon View Post
    Do have a listen to the Magical Mystery Tour album. All your descriptions apply equally to MMT.

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    Thanks Edward, will do. Tried listening to Revolver on headphones via Spotify yesterday. I couldn't cope with the instrument separation left to right, particularly the guitar on Taxman so turned it off. Going to try again at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    There is a wealth of talent on display in almost every Beatles albums and listening to them in chronological order gives you a sense of how quickly they developed from a Rock n Roll band to pioneers of new sound and recording techniques. The best band of all time for that reason alone, never mind all the amazing songs they made lol
    The very noticeable change and development in music from the Beatles and contemporary bands in the later sixties, came about from experimentation with 'mind altering substances'. Not only did this influence the way bands played and wrote, but the era was one in which the demand for 'trippy', psychedelic music had to be met or bands would fall by the wayside, so to speak. It was the age of 'flowerpower' and 'love and peace' and being stoned etc......




    (there is no best band of all time though )
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    Ah yes the stereo mastering done in he 60s and 70s very different then. Remember stuff was still being released in mono so stereo was often hard panned left right.

    Try find the 2009 remaster of Revolver. I think it is better.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwardlon View Post
    Ah yes the stereo mastering done in he 60s and 70s very different then. Remember stuff was still being released in mono so stereo was often hard panned left right.

    Try find the 2009 remaster of Revolver. I think it is better.




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    Aye sure, i have a few records like that. Have it on at home as i type. Much much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post

    (there is no best band of all time though )
    Amen to that Geoff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    The very noticeable change and development in music from the Beatles and contemporary bands in the later sixties, came about from experimentation with 'mind altering substances'. Not only did this influence the way bands played and wrote, but the era was one in which the demand for 'trippy', psychedelic music had to be met or bands would fall by the wayside, so to speak. It was the age of 'flowerpower' and 'love and peace' and being stoned etc......




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    It only my own personal opinion Geoff. I usually reach for the Beatles when I need a reset. It just sounds how music should to me.

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    The 2009 remasters are all very good IMO. I only need yellow Submarine and Past masters to finish the box set.

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    The best ones, besides Sgt. Pepper are, IMO
    A hard day's night
    Help !
    Rubber Soul
    White album

    The very best
    With the Beatles
    Revolver

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    abbey rd and yellow sub are both very good too
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    Thanks to everyone who listened to this album and voted.

    It seems to have been well received, which is gratifying. For myself I will give it 9.5, but since that is not possible I'll round that down to 9/10.

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    Barry
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