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Yellow Submarine Songtrack CD, Registrazione originale rimasterizzata

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Tracklist

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  1. Yellow Submarine
  2. Hey Bulldog
  3. Eleanor Rigby
  4. Love You To
  5. All Together Now
  6. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
  7. Think for Yourself
  8. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
  9. With a Little Help from My Friends
  10. Baby You're a Rich Man
  11. Only a Northern Song
  12. All You Need Is Love
  13. When I'm Sixty Four
  14. Nowhere Man
  15. It's All Too Much

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1.Yellow Submarine
2.Hey Bulldog
3.Eleanor Rigby
4.Love You Too
5.All Together Now
6.Lucy In The Sky With Diamongs
7.Think For Yourself
8.Sgt. Pepper´s Lonely Hearts Club Band
9.With A Little Help From My Friends
10.Baby, You´re A Rich Man
11.Only A Northern Song
12.All You Need Is Love
13.When I´m Sixty Four
14.Nowhere Man
15.It´s All Too Much

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11 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Best ever! 20 aprile 2011
Di Rod Kinkade - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
This is the single best remixing/remastering ever done on a Beatles commercial CD release. It is heads above the newly remastered boxes that came out recently, either mono or stereo, which are not bad at all. In a good stereo recording the lead vocal belongs in the CENTER, which they do on several of these recordings that were previously mixed to the hard right, like the many of the ones from Sgt Pepper, all from Revolver and Rubber Soul.

When the Beatles LPs came out in Stereo, they really did not take much care with them. This CD FINALLY addresses some of the problems with many of the original mixes. I prefer to hear the versions on Yellow Submarine, than the mixes found on most of the LPs from Revolver, Rubber Soul and many from Sgt Pepper. Again lead vocals BELONG in the center.

I even like this mix of Elenor Rigby much better, and all around these mixes give a much wider, deeper and more detailed soundstage....much more natural. Sgt Pepper sounds 100 times better here than on the Sgt Pepper fromm the stereo box. Nowhere Man TRUMPS and TROMPS the one from the stereo box. I wish these guys mastered the stereo box in this fashion, history be damned.
7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle It is as if these songs were recorded yesterday. The clarity and sound quality are STUNNING! 20 giugno 2010
Di Aparato SuperSónico - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Despite what a bunch of malcontents may shriek high and Holy about the "desecration" of the original recordings, what we have here is no ordinary polishing and remixing of the classic songs, but a complete revelation. The tracks have been slightly remixed using the original multitrack recordings, and on one occasion, Ringo recorded a few beats to give the work authenticity and credibility. In fact, nothing was removed, as the sound of the voices sound clearer than ever before, and on this album you can hear what the Beatles heard back in the studio, which was far from the final product received by the consumers at the other end of the record factory conveyor belt. it is especially disheartening and infuriating at the same time, to see this fine album mistreated, disrespected, and hereby dumped on Amazon to be sold for close to a buck. I'd rather see all incarnations of "Let It Be" or "1" sell for such ridiculously low amounts. I had borrowed this CD from the library not really expecting to hear any miracles, but when I compared this to the crappy Capitol CDs, it was like a deaf man receiving a cure for his afflictions. Rather than disparage this album, fans should be grateful for the team that worked on this with the utmost respect and humility to bring the Beatles' music to the 21st century and to future fans alike. What would your kids say if they heard the 1987 CDs and you told them this is the greatest rock group in the history of mankind? They'd probably laugh at you and tell you to take your Geritol as prescribed. Not so with this baby! Any of these songs here, even the weakest to your taste, sounds 10x better than the latest mierda pop hit out there. BUY THIS ALBUM!!!
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Soundtrack to one of my favourite movies 23 febbraio 2013
Di Bennybob - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I've always loved the Beatles, even when I was a little kid, and Yellow Submarine was (and is) one of my all-time-best movies. The only thing that bothered me was that the original Yellow Submarine album - the one released at the same time as the movie - didn't have all of the songs used in the soundtrack. Many of the songs that came from earlier albums didn't feature on the soundtrack; if you wanted to hear "Eleanor Rigby"or "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" you had to dig out the other albums in your collection.

"Yellow Submarine Songtrack" was released to address this by removing the George Martin-composed interlude music included with the original disc, and instead putting in all of the missing songs. This also includes the songs that only appeared as a fragment - "Love You To" and "Baby You're a Rich Man" are there, but can you find them in the movie? All up, you wind up with 15 songs that span almost the entire Beatles career.

What's more, they've been digitally remastered to boot (preceding the new re-releases of the entire back catalogue by a couple of years!) so if you have a good hi-fi system, your ears will appreciate it too!
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3.0 su 5 stelle Worst Album for Their Best Movie 9 luglio 2006
Di Rocky Raccoon - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
'Yellow Submarine' is the hardest Beatles' album to review because it is two pieces of work. There are the four original songs, and like 'Magical Mystery Tour', which could have been put on an EP (extended play with five to eight songs, like a half-album) and the original score composed by George Martin. It is a haphazard work for arguably their best movie. Some of the Beatles' originals are decent to very good, but the added classics, the title track and "All You Need Is Love" don't all mesh well.

To start off, the Beatles looked upon the project with reluctance and resentment for the deadlines. Perhaps that's why Paul's "All Together Now" is fun, but doesn't contain their greatest wordplay. The same could be said for the Lennon's "Hey, Bulldog," which seems off-the-cuff, but a hefty and wonderful piece of nonsense, nevertheless. George steps up to the plate and fills in the gap(s?) with two interesting and mesmerizing songs, "Only Northern Song," an oddly phrased diatribe aimed at his songwriting company, and "It's All Too Much," a worthy anthem and a fine finale for the movie. Containing throbbing instrumentation, it envelops the listener musically and lyrically with feelings of good will. The Martin soundtrack goes better with the movie than it does on the turntable (C.D. player), but it is a pleasant memento, nonetheless.

'Yellow Submarine' is the worst and most hastily created Beatles' album, but like everything else they created, it still remains worthwhile overall. Perhaps for those who really love the movie and the way the music is presented should get the newer soundtrack, which contains all of the Beatles' songs, but creates redundancy for those who collect most of their albums.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle from a musician's point of view- wow 28 febbraio 2011
Di OFBP Walt - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Yes, I've been listening to the Beatles since they played Ed Sullivan.
Yes, I've got the remasters, the MONO versions, because that was the way
the group wanted us to hear the music at the time
Yes, I'm OCD enough about the 'old music' to reburn them in the order and
grouping of the original USA album releases.

BUT- as a musician (since 1963), it was heaven to have a not-only-remastered, but REMIXED version of at least some of the songs, so I could hear the voices, guitars, et al, intelligently spread across the stereo image. You know, to hear the cello on Eleanor Rigby sitting by itself on the right (?).

In other words NOT A REPLACEMENT for getting run over by the awesome mono sound onslaught, but just another way to listen, especially for the little in-and-out guitar, voice or keyboard flourishes, (like 3 voices in Nowhere Man separated to a degree).

Now I gotta go back to the 'Love' CD and see what other surprises I missed the first time around.

oldfartbassplayer Walt


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