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Old 06-09-2017, 10:27 PM  
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Beatles Open the Vaults For 50th Anniversary of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Beatles Open the Vaults For 50th Anniversary of 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' Album

http://www.billboard.com/articles/co...ersary-reissue




The Beatles are going all out to pay tribute to the June 1 50th anniversary of the release of their Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. They today announced several special reissue packages of CD and vinyl versions coming May 26 featuring new audio mixes of the album and a special super deluxe six-disc set full of unreleased outtakes. Fans will be able to choose from four separate offerings, including a newly remixed single disc of the original album, a two-LP vinyl set with the album and a second disc of collected outtakes in the same order as the album and a two-disc CD version with a second disc of complete early takes from the album in the same sequence plus outtakes of “Penny Lane” and “Strawberry Fields Forever,” the two-sided single released before the album.

But the real eye opener is the six-CD deluxe set that will be housed in a box with lenticular artwork of the original cover. This will include the original remixed album, two discs of outtakes in chronological order of their first recording date and a CD of the original mono mixes of the album and the “Penny Lane” and “Strawberry Field Forever” single and unreleased early mono mixes of “She's Leaving Home,” “A Day in the Life” and “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” (the latter recently rediscovered during an archive search). It will be topped off with DVD and Blu-ray discs with 5.1 audio and high resolution mixes of the album and the “Penny Lane” and “Strawberry Fields Forever” single, a newly restored version of the 1994 TV special The Making of Sgt. Pepper
and promotional films for “A Day in the Life,” “Strawberry Fields Forever” and “Penny Lane.” Also included is a 144-page hardcover book that goes through the album song-by-song.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/co...ersary-reissue

I missed this anniversary when it came around, didn't see a thread about it.

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Old 06-10-2017, 09:20 AM   #2
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Q - but anyway

NYT reviewer who panned St. Pepper, did so because he was closeted and in denial. . . .



Would post the original review, but I hate how they limit your articles, so if you want to read it it's posted. google 'new york times sgt. peppers'
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Interesting. I would have a hard time being a music critic. So much depends on my mood, and I know that there are huge sections of music that I will either embrace or throw away on any given day.
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Interesting. I would have a hard time being a music critic. So much depends on my mood, and I know that there are huge sections of music that I will either embrace or throw away on any given day.
**** music critics. **** them hard.

I don't give a shit about what some ****ing asshole "music critic" has to say about the music I like. I like it. . That is all that matters. **** that coffee swigging, donut eating, fat ****.

While he's critiquing, the artist wrote, arranged, engineered and produced a work of art. And he is up there, rocking it, getting laid ALL THE TIME, and receiving the adulation of millions.

**** music critics.
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Old 06-10-2017, 04:39 PM   #5
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I saw the original lyrics to Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds in the vault @ the Rock'N'Roll Hall of Fame.

..those lyrics were written with only one word changed.


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**** music critics. **** them hard.

I don't give a shit about what some ****ing asshole "music critic" has to say about the music I like. I like it. . That is all that matters. **** that coffee swigging, donut eating, fat ****.

While he's critiquing, the artist wrote, arranged, engineered and produced a work of art. And he is up there, rocking it, getting laid ALL THE TIME, and receiving the adulation of millions.

**** music critics.
The only thing more useless than writing about eating is writing about listening.

I mean, some can do a decent job every once in a while of creating a mental picture for the reader, and at least restaurant reviewing can be enhanced with photos, but unless you have a long intimate relationship with a reviewer's tastes, their reviews are meaningless. Literally meaningless. I don't know how many music reviews I've read out of boredom when it's all of a particular newspaper I haven't read in the days before WiFi, but no matter how much effort I put into deeply appreciating the effort of the reviewer, and no matter how skilled and valiant that effort, at the end I couldn't tell you a ****ING THING about the music they were describing if I hadn't heard it already.

OTOH, NPR's All Songs Considered is a trusty companion.
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The only thing more useless than writing about eating is writing about listening.

I mean, some can do a decent job every once in a while of creating a mental picture for the reader, and at least restaurant reviewing can be enhanced with photos, but unless you have a long intimate relationship with a reviewer's tastes, their reviews are meaningless. Literally meaningless. I don't know how many music reviews I've read out of boredom when it's all of a particular newspaper I haven't read in the days before WiFi, but no matter how much effort I put into deeply appreciating the effort of the reviewer, and no matter how skilled and valiant that effort, at the end I couldn't tell you a ****ING THING about the music they were describing if I hadn't heard it already.

OTOH, NPR's All Songs Considered is a trusty companion.
Only thing I read on music reviews is the conclusion and rarely even that. Will say they have a lot of use for me for finding new music when the rating is very high.
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The only thing more useless than writing about eating is writing about listening.

I mean, some can do a decent job every once in a while of creating a mental picture for the reader, and at least restaurant reviewing can be enhanced with photos, but unless you have a long intimate relationship with a reviewer's tastes, their reviews are meaningless. Literally meaningless. I don't know how many music reviews I've read out of boredom when it's all of a particular newspaper I haven't read in the days before WiFi, but no matter how much effort I put into deeply appreciating the effort of the reviewer, and no matter how skilled and valiant that effort, at the end I couldn't tell you a ****ING THING about the music they were describing if I hadn't heard it already.

OTOH, NPR's All Songs Considered is a trusty companion.
I went 1:1 with one once. Pompous piece of shit. I asked him where he gets off critiquing something he can't even do, or simply failed at. He says some bullshit like it's guys like him that keep music "real". WTF?!!

The artist, ARTISTS, and fans determine that. "I" determine that. For ****ing ME.

Holy shit, I hate critics. Shit mother****er. **** ass pussy ass pillowbitergots. All of them. God, I feel like robbing a bank.

**** them. Losers.
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Another thread to point how Pink Floyd was the greatest among these bands.
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