Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]

// July 2nd, 2017 // Electronic Dance Music
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It was 50 years ago when The Beatles’ John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr astonished and delighted the world, ushering in the Summer of Love with Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, a groundbreaking masterwork that became popular music’s most universally
acclaimed album. The album is newly mixed by Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell in stereo, sourced directly from the four-track masters at Abbey Road Studios in London, and guided by the original, Beatles-preferred mono mix produced by his father, George Martin.

This expanded 2CD package features the new stereo album mix on the first CD and adds a second CD of 18 tracks, including previously unreleased alternate takes of each of the album’s 13 songs, newly mixed in stereo and sequenced in the same order as the album. The second CD also includes a new stereo mix and a previously unreleased instrumental take of ‘Penny Lane,’ and the 2015 stereo mix and two previously unreleased alternate takes of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever.’

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2 Responses to “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band [2 CD][Deluxe Edition]”

  1. Gregory E. Johnson says:

    Terri Gross/The NPR SPLHCB interview Wasn’t going to buy this since I have everything Beatles in my collection, but I heard the Terri Gross interview on NPR on a nondescript kitchen radio and could hear how much better the sound is compared to the old edition that I have. Thank You Terri Gross.Edit -This 2017 deluxe version sounds so incredibly good I’m finding it hard to listen to my older Beatles recordings. Revolver now sounds horribly flat in comparison. A remix for all Beatles recordings from Help/Rubber…

  2. Michael Birman says:

    A treasure trove of Beatles memories If you were alive and reasonably conscious in the Spring of 1967 you might have heard a prematurely released, unauthorized version of a brand new Beatles album on the radio before it quickly disappeared for another 6 weeks. It was a tantalizing treat. At the same time, a new single sounding suspiciously like the Beatles hit the FM airwaves but the record was a red herring: New York Mining Disaster by the BeeGees, who were then new to America and something of a Beatles sound-alike. The album was…