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The Beatles - The Beatles (Disc 2) (UK Mono LP - Apple)

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Dr. Ebbetts
Reference :PMC 7068
Date :2001
Made In :USA
Quality :excellent
Booklet & packaging :Reprint of the Original UK LP Artwork.
Perfect Glossy Print.

Total duration: 46:33

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Birthday(Lennon/McCartney)
2:42
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
2.
Yer Blues(Lennon/McCartney)
4:13
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
3.
Mother Nature's Son(Lennon/McCartney)
2:46
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
4.
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey(Lennon/McCartney)
2:25
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
5.
Sexy Sadie(Lennon/McCartney)
3:14
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
6.
Helter Skelter(Lennon/McCartney)
3:39
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
7.
Long Long Long(Harrison)
3:05
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
8.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
4:15
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
9.
Honey Pie(Lennon/McCartney)
2:40
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
10.
Savoy Truffle(Harrison)
2:53
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
11.
Cry Baby Cry(Lennon/McCartney)
3:01
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
12.
Revolution 9(Lennon/McCartney)
8:22
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
13.
Good Night(Lennon/McCartney)
3:13
Song
Regular
Mono
(date unknown)
The Beatles
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Reviews

Review by: GrimbleGruOn 27 May 2002 at 06:23 CEST
Super, super, super! This transfer of the ever-eclectic "White Album" is the most wonderful issue of the mono version on CD. Dr. Ebbett did a superb job, and the time spent on getting this one right shows. From the punch of "Birthday" to the acoustic "Mother Nature's Son" to the rocking "Yer Blues" to the strings on "Good Night," it's all wonderful.
Review by: joe flanaganOn 27 May 2002 at 21:23 CEST
If you're a collecter you have to own a copy of the MONO White Album. The book "Every Little Thing" by Mitchell McGeary and William McCoy, published by "Popular Culture, Ink" lists the differences between the MONO and STEREO White Albums. A partial listing for example are:
trk #2-in MONO Ringo's count-in is louder.
trk #6-in MONO the first time Paul sings "Look out 'cause here she comes" there are loud squeaking noises. In MONO when the song reaches it's false ending it has a completely different finish, John's fuzz guitar continues and Ringo's drums come right back in and there's a unique 29 seconds of music leading right into "Long, Long, Long", eliminating Ringo's "I've got blisters on my fingers".
trk #7-George's acoustic guitar is louder in MONO.
trk #10-in STEREO the song's instrumental break is 12 bars long. In MONO it continues for 4 more bars right into the chorus and there are some strange electronic noises that are inaudible in STEREO.
trk #13-the STEREO fades in. The MONO opens at full volume.
There are many other differences listed in the book that I have not mentioned, (I wouldn't want to spoil all the surprises for you). Get this CD!!!

Review by: O BoogieOn 01 Aug 2003 at 07:33 CEST
I've always wanted the "mono" version of this album in my collection on the grounds of the alternate mixes. If you are looking to hear The Beatles "again for the first time" get this album. As listed above there are many, many fiddly bit's that differ from the "stereo" version. This set has a great vinyl to cd transfer with little to no noise. No clicks that I could hear. Get yourself a copy! 'Nuff said!
Review by: derha-dunOn 04 May 2004 at 07:20 CEST
Like disc #1, disc #2 is excellent quality from an original UK mono album. Unique mono mixes on several of the tracks. Excellent throughout - if you want a copy get the Ebbetts issue.

Review by: soundandvisionOn 27 Nov 2004 at 06:54 CEST
Perfect. As all of the other post-"Beatles For Sale" UK mono versions by Doc that I own.

Punchy, full, warm transfers... as close as we'll probably ever have to getting the Beatles WHITE ALBUM in mono in some listenable form.

Review by: grandegiOn 17 Jan 2005 at 18:11 CEST
Great job. Just minimal static ticks and a nice mono sound.
Review by: Apple3On 15 Jan 2007 at 23:50 CEST
These CD’s are absolutely stunning! I know that everyone has different opinions but I think it depends on the equipment that you use for playback. I particularly have what is known as “High End” Hi-Fi with beautiful Celestion speakers and the warmth from the sound of these disks is wonderful!
Having quite sensitive hearing and an ear for music there are things that I can pick out, this is not a criticism it sounds almost as good as vinyl! I can hear certain flaws but this is truly down to the original source I absolutely love it, sounds homely, warm and cosy!
It’s so good to have mono versions of such fine albums on CD at long last and certainly the reports I have heard about Dr Ebbetts have been justified.
Add these to your collection if you can "SUPERB"!
Review by: groovingwithapictOn 11 Jul 2007 at 22:50 CEST
once again, mono reigns supreme. for the stereo version, the mirror spock dmm is the one to get. but hearing this album in mono, much like my breaking-in with the sgt. pepper red wax mono, has been a religious experience. no more hard panning and struggling to hear things in the background! and no more "i've got blisters on my fingers!". i always hated how long helter skelter took to end, and this version is much better. the differences in the mix are much more apparent on disc 2, but i won't go into details and spoil it! this is essential for any beatles collector.


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Filename: PMC70672
Originally filled by: TheBeatles
Date of creation: 26 May 2002 18:14:40
Last filled by: aral2
Last Revision Date : 27 Mar 2005 03:00:18
Online on : 27 Mar 2005
Type of media: Unauthorized CD


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