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Having received George's help to create a whole new song from some unfinished fragments, John led the group through the rehearsals and recording while the clock ticked away the last remaining session time. I also wonder if the software had problems separating the guitars on “She Said She Said”, which may account for why they seem to be on top of each other in the 2022 mix. I Want To Tell You” feels like a lot of ideas that need a bit of polish, but it at least looks forward. A Lennon home demo of She Said She Said with a tweaked melody is stormier, while a more ascetic Here, There and Everywhere feels like the narrator is pining after someone unattainable. I also suspect Peter Jackson’s amazing demixing software didn’t always work as well as might be hoped – my theory is that is why the guitar, bass, and drums we mixed together so closely on “Yellow Submarine”.

According to Klaus Voormann, the German artist who designed “Revolver’s” Grammy-winning record cover art, some members of the Beatles’ inner circle anxiously anticipated this kind of reaction. I knew I had to do something that was way out, looking into the future, opening people to different kinds of attitudes in life. But this new mix is on a whole other level – the strings have a sharpness, a power, a definition unparalleled by any previous mix.Songs like “Eleanor Rigby” and “Yellow Submarine” are arguably the finest productions on the album in many ways, so it’s no surprise those were chosen to be paired up for the very first single issued from the album back in August 1966. For me, ‘Revolver’ is the Beatles’ best album,” says John Sebastian of the Lovin’ Spoonful, who later learned that his song “ Daydream” had inspired the album’s feel-good side-two opener, “Good Day Sunshine. It is refreshing to hear a different generational perspective of how this musician became a Beatles fan. From "Taxman" to "Tomorrow Never Knows," The Beatles' Revolver has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell, and sourced directly from the original 4-track master tapes with audio brought forth in stunning clarity with the help of cutting-edge technology developed by the award-winning sound team at Peter Jackson's WingNut Films Productions Ltd. I sit here on the eve of "Now And Then" being released, revisiting some of the Beatles salbums in my collection.

Particularly, on most tracks, Ringo’s drums are relegated to one speaker with guitars and effects similarly hard-panned to one channel or the other.It is hard to overstate how amazing it is in the way the producers have been able to isolate these tracks in such a high-fidelity manner. On the contrary, we spend a lot of our time here talking about old jazz and rock recordings that we still love. It can be a little hard to see Revolver for the revolution it was with Abbey Road and Dark Side of the Moon and countless other albums recorded after it crowding the picture. Giles Martin (George Martin's son) is fully aware of all aspects of the performance and history of the recording.

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