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** Hi,

this famous Beatles number has no need of track isolation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIc-VCw5r0A

Each instrument and vocal component is crystal clear, particularly if you listen on headphones.

Once upon a time, in the 1970s, I would use it to demo my home stereo to casual visitors. Young ladies would sometimes start dancing, while males might simply tap their feet.

An enthusiastic comment I remember well was:

" ... **** those guys are tight ! "



..... Phil


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On 30/09/2019 16:02, Phil Allison wrote:
Honey, Don't, by the Beatles

An enthusiastic comment I remember well was:

" ... **** those guys are tight ! "

After playing together for so long, they should have been. They had been
playing together for well in excess of a thousand paid gigs before they
got noticed.

The version you linked to was a remaster dating from 2009, 44 years
after the original release.

The original was in mono, from a four track master, and it sounded just
as good live when they did a version for the BBC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2elDGhmCMY


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Tciao for Now!

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John Williamson wrote:
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Phil Allison wrote:

Honey, Don't, by the Beatles

An enthusiastic comment I remember well was:

" ... **** those guys are tight ! "

After playing together for so long, they should have been. They had been
playing together for well in excess of a thousand paid gigs before they
got noticed.

The version you linked to was a remaster dating from 2009, 44 years
after the original release.


** The LP I played for friends was bought in Sydney 1972, a compilation of Beatles hits. It WAS definitely ALL in stereo, " Honey Don't" sounding EXACTLY as in the link.

It also contained "With a Little Help from my Friends" - sung also by Ringo.


The original was in mono, from a four track master, and it sounded just
as good live when they did a version for the BBC.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2elDGhmCMY



** Fascinating to hear *John* singing instead of Ringo!



...... Phil


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Phil has a point: If his LP and jacket have "Capitol" stamped anywhere
on it, chances are it was remixed for stereo in/for the U.S. market.
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Phil has a point: If his LP and jacket have "Capitol" stamped anywhere
on it, chances are it was remixed for stereo in/for the U.S. market.


** The name of the LP suddenly came to me:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Essential_Beatles



...... Phil
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