Revolver (2022 Mix) The Beatles

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Album-Release:
2022

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28.10.2022

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  • 1Taxman (2022 Mix)02:36
  • 2Eleanor Rigby (2022 Mix)02:03
  • 3I'm Only Sleeping (2022 Mix)02:57
  • 4Love You To (2022 Mix)02:57
  • 5Here, There And Everywhere (2022 Mix)02:21
  • 6Yellow Submarine (2022 Mix)02:36
  • 7She Said She Said (2022 Mix)02:33
  • 8Good Day Sunshine (2022 Mix)02:07
  • 9And Your Bird Can Sing (2022 Mix)01:58
  • 10For No One (2022 Mix)01:57
  • 11Doctor Robert (2022 Mix)02:11
  • 12I Want To Tell You (2022 Mix)02:25
  • 13Got To Get You Into My Life (2022 Mix)02:27
  • 14Tomorrow Never Knows (2022 Mix)02:56
  • Total Runtime34:04

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New remaster and remix: The Beatles’ 1966 album that changed everything. Spinning popular music off its axis and ushering in a vibrant new era of experimental, avant-garde sonic psychedelia, Revolver brought about a cultural sea change and marked an important turn in The Beatles’ own creative evolution. With Revolver, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr set sail together across a new musical sea.

The Revolver album’s 14 tracks have been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell in stereo 96kHz, 24-bit and the album’s original mono mix is sourced from its 1966 mono master tape.

"Once again, the team of Giles Martin and Sam Okell were tasked with the job of remixing a Beatles album. In the case of Revolver, though, the job was a bit more problematic than it was for the other box sets. The reason was the album was recorded on a four-track tape machine and, in the cases of many of the songs, multiple instruments were recorded onto one single track. Until recently, it would have been impossible to separate those instruments and do a remix “from scratch” but, now, thanks to cutting edge technology developed by Get Back director Peter Jackson’s team, it can be done. The result, to my ears, is certainly a better balanced and clearer mix of the album, no question, but at what cost? Yes it’s true some Beatles fans have scoffed over the rather dramatic nature of the 1966 stereo mixes, but that was the way we’ve heard them for over 55 years. The sounds on the ’66 mix are tight, harsh in spots, heavily compressed, reversed, slowed down, sped up, and treated to heaps of the Ken Townshend-Abbey Road invention, artificial double-tracking, but it is PERFECT that way to me. I LIKE hearing the sound of the amplifier hum at the beginning of “Taxman.” On this 2022 mix, the hum is gone. I LIKE hearing the first syllable of Paul’s “Eleanor Rigby” vocal in two channels, before it shifts to just one. I know that was a mixing error by young Geoff Emerick, but that is planted in my musical DNA forever. The 2022 mix, though, has perfectly balanced stereo vocals throughout." (Andre Gardner, wmgk.com)

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