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#9 Dream (Mono Edit) - Various - The Beatles Solo - For Promotional Use Only. (CD)

Download #9 Dream (Mono Edit) - Various - The Beatles Solo - For Promotional Use Only. (CD)
Label: BFB - BFB 84,Rapple - BFB 84 • Format: 4x, CD Unofficial Release Box Set Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock

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Beatles for Sale. Beatles for Sale Beatles for Sale No. Edited from 12 minutes to under 5. Stereo [b] fades in; [a] does not. This version was prepared for the Sessions LP in The ending has been looped to repeat into a fadeout. A tape with the real ending was played at the Abbey Road show in and has been bootlegged.

Drums are mixed louder in stereo [b]. Mono [a] is 5 seconds longer than the longest appearance of [b], long fade. This song has appeared with early fades on some compilations in stereo.

This version was mixed and edited for the Sessions LP. Comparison to another mix that has been bootlegged shows extensive editing and some use of tape loops.

Among other things a short guitar solo and one line of lyric are edited out here. Stereo [b] has an extra tap at the start. Mono [a] lacks bass until the vocal starts. The 2d generation tape is an edit of two takes, each of the two tapes being itself a mixdown from the original 4-track.

The edit causes an abrupt transition at the end of the guitar solos. In stereo, traces of other vocal and guitar parts can be heard throughout the song in the left channel, including something shouted over parts of the vocal and what sounds like another different guitar solo. After the edit, the trace lead vocal suggests we are hearing the first part of the song from the other take.

The edit in the mixes added the countdown intro, which is louder in mono [a]. This version is not any of those prepared under John Lennon's supervision in and , several of which have appeared on bootlegs, but is a new version made for the Sessions LP in It is not just a remix; sound effects have been introduced, and the long end section has been edited considerably. For example, none of Lennon's mixes put lines of the song into the end section. This shows that the intro to the standard version is an ad lib or at best had just been worked out before recording.

Of the two vocal tracks, one is louder in [b], the other in [a]. The plane sound effects differ in [a] and [b]. Mono [a] has louder piano, a yell after the opening plane sound, and drumbeats under the closing plane sound. Stereo [b] has extra guitar chords at the start of the solo, and shouts and piano during the guitar solo.

Stereo [a] has slightly more treble and fades to a lower volume at the end. The Clapton guitar remains loud in mono [a] after the solo break, not in [b].

Near the end of the fadeout only the stereo [b] has "yeah yeah yeah", even though it is a few second shorter than [a]. The basic song runs about to a pause shortly after Paul's distorted vocal, too close to the microphone. Mono [a] then is edited into more of the same take, with sound effects noises, and fades at Stereo [b] is edited instead to a different part of the take, fading out and then back in again, with another edit, ending finally at after Ringo shouts "I've got blisters on my fingers!

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  1. Moogutilar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Edit Versions Of Monophonic Greatest Collection" on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. Zulugore says:
    It's 9 after ! Nearly a decade on and The Beatles in Mono still holds up as one one the finest releases of the Beatles on CD!See Also: https://youtu.
  3. Arabar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "I Had A Dream" on Discogs.3/5(1).
  4. Mile says:
    THE BEATLES IN MONO (CD) FOR: The only way to buy the entire mono discography on CD. AGAINST: Reportedly, no compression was added but a measure of digital stridency does remain. THE BEATLES IN STEREO (CD) FOR: The best way to hear the complete stereo collection on CD. AGAINST: Added limiting supplies a harsh tone to the upper mids.
  5. Bragal says:
    "Revolution 9" is a sound collage that appeared on the Beatles' eponymous release (popularly known as the "White Album"). The composition, credited to Lennon–McCartney, was created primarily by John Lennon with assistance from George Harrison and Yoko said he was trying to paint a picture of a revolution using sound.
  6. Faele says:
    Also includes: A double-CD collection of all The Beatles non-album and EP tracks digitally remastered in mono including four mixes unique to this package. A 44 page booklet which includes an essay on the important role that these mono mixes played in The Beatles recording career plus a track by track rundown of the recordings contained in the.
  7. Yozshusar says:
    John Lennon- #9 Dream from 's Walls and Bridges is solo John at his most Beatlesque, although the stark Isolation from the album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is a close second for me.
  8. Tojami says:
    Dec 31,  · Remember, Boris only wants real CDs, not pirates, mp3 links or CD-Rs. If you have copies of any of these to spare, in playable condition, do e-mail either me or Boris at [email protected] (he knows English, so don't worry about that). Mailing addresses by request only (for privacy reasons).

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