Helpless Dancer

The Endless Note

Grandson of Keith Moon???????

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Make sure you don’t miss the classic drum solo from 6min 40sec on!!

Great find from Scott Pelligrino on The Who’s fans  “Odds and Sods” chat board

Click HERE

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April 8, 2009 Posted by | Video | , | Leave a comment

Can’t Buy Me………..again!!

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The Beatles entire catalogue of albums have been digitally remastered and will be reissued on September 9, 2009, say Apple Corps today (April 7).

Each of the CDs will feature replicated UK album artwork, new liner notes and rare photographs. Initially, the CDs will also contain a short film about the album, containing archive footage, and exclusive behind-the-scenes studio chat from the band.

On the same day, two box sets; one stereo and one mono, will also be released.

The stereo set features the original 12 Beatles studio albums plus ‘Magical Mystery Tour.’ The albums ‘Past Masters Vol. I and II’ will also be included, amalgamated into one title, so the box set will feature 14 albums on 16 discs.

‘The Beatles in Mono’ box set contains The Beatles’ ten albums which were originally intended to be released in mono, as well as two extra discs of mono masters.

Bonuses include the original 1965 stereo mixes of “Help!” and “Rubber Soul”, both of which have not appeared on CD before.

The Apple Corps press statement, regarding the question as to whether the Beatles catalgue will eventually be available to download simply states: “Discussions regarding the digital distribution of the catalogue will continue. There is no further information available at this time”.

More information about all of these releases will be available here: www.thebeatles.com

The Stereo Albums:

The stereo albums have been remastered by Guy Massey, Steve Rooke, Sam Okell with Paul Hicks and Sean Magee
Additional historical notes by Kevin Howlett and Mike Heatley
Additional recording notes by Allan Rouse and Kevin Howlett

* = CD includes QuickTime mini-doc about the album

Please Please Me* (CD debut in stereo)
With The Beatles* (CD debut in stereo)
A Hard Day’s Night* (CD debut in stereo)
Beatles For Sale* (CD debut in stereo)
Help!*
Rubber Soul*
Revolver*
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band* (also includes 1987 notes, updated, and new intro by Paul McCartney)
Magical Mystery Tour*
The Beatles*
Yellow Submarine* (also includes original US liner notes)
Abbey Road*
Let It Be*
Past Masters (contains new liner notes written by Kevin Howlett)

‘The Beatles in Mono’ (box set only):

Remastered by Paul Hicks, Sean Magee with Guy Massey and Steve Rooke
Presented together in box with an essay written by Kevin Howlett

+ = mono mix CD debut

Please Please Me
With The Beatles
A Hard Day’s Night
Beatles For Sale
Help! (CD also includes original 1965 stereo mix)+
Rubber Soul (CD also include original 1965 stereo mix)+
Revolver+
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band+
Magical Mystery Tour+
The Beatles+
Mono Masters

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Source www.uncut.co.uk

abbey-road

No new music, just another way to fleece the collectors and record companies have the cheek to say the digital age is ruining them!

For more information click HERE if you have deep pockets

April 8, 2009 Posted by | New News | | Leave a comment

Landslide

Sure Dumbarton won 2-0 at Forfar last night and whilst it was by no means a landslide win it is a good enough excuse to post Stevie Nicks new version of a Fleetwood Mac classic.

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“Landslide” – Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks “The Soundstage Sessions” CD includes 10 songs from the “Live in Chicago” DVD. Nicks brought the songs from the show to Nashville and worked once again with Joe Thomas in the studio where they added “Nashville strings” and additional vocals. The CD features a lush orchestral version of “Landslide” and other Nicks gems including “Stand Back,” “Crash Into Me,” “Sara,” “Fall From Grace” and “If Anyone Falls in Love.”
“Rhiannon” and “Gold Dust Woman” was within her comfort zone, however this cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll” was at best a mistake

April 8, 2009 Posted by | New Music, Old Music, Video | , , | 1 Comment

   

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