Beatles / A Dolls House Vol 1 / 6CD With Slipcase

 Beatles / A Dolls House Vol 1 / 6CD With Slipcase
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“Sargent Peppers” was the first release of the Beatles, which was dedicated to the studio work, drawing back from all the live activities. This album created using various sound effects with glitteriness has a very lively atmosphere. While listening to songs, albums and jackets were also fancy, the era did not catch up with the evolution and change of the Beatles, and the public debated over the interpretation of this album. LSD and others are probably the best ones to read. It was Paul who led such a flashy ‘Sargent Peppers’. In the early Beatles, if John had pulled the band as a leader, Paul caught up with rubber soul and revolver per se, obviously at least in Sargent Peppers it is obvious that at least the musical leadership has shifted to Paul . “Sargent Peppers” appears at the beginning of “How Do You Sleep?” Which derives a pole from the album “Imagine”, and indeed John himself admitted that Paul was leading the band this time . The band leader’s transition from John to Paul has a subtle influence on the human relationship of members of the Beatles boasting a solid foundation and it seems that the moment of dissolution has started from this time.

The next album of “Sargent Peppers” that reflects such a psychedelic era is “The Beatles” which is commonly called a white album. At this time the Beatles established Apple Record, which will be the first release of its own label. I also stayed in India to ask Maharishi’s teaching for a philosophical meaning and most of the songs on the white album were written at the time of staying in India. This Indian residence period was from February to April 1968. And as early as May after returning to the UK all members gathered at George ‘s home and are doing demo recordings. The sound source at this time is what is called Escher Demo. Based on this demonstration sound source, full-fledged recording will begin in June.

The white album is the first double album of the Beatles. As alluding to the spectacular previous work “Sargent · Peppers”, the album · jacket is embossed in white color and the band name is written by embossing, it is just more simple than just numbering. The album title itself is simply “THE BEATLES”, whereas the previous work was a fictitious long band name. As such, “White album” contrasting with the previous work was released in November 1968, and it has been very successful in terms of sales. As mentioned earlier that the transition of musical leadership from John to Paul was a mission to dissolution of the Beatles, in fact this time, apple boycotted recordings and did not come to the studio, recordings are always done with four people It seems to me that the episode of “White Album” is somewhat skewered as if the sprouts of dissolution are becoming bloated. As part of that, when criticizing this album, an opinion is made that this is a collection of solo songs, not band albums. Indeed, that is not a mistake in a way. Even though George Martin suggested that the contents condensed and made a single album in the first place that became a double album which was disadvantageous in sales in the first place, despite the members refusing to omit their own songs is there. Paul does not try to hide the feeling of hatred against “Revolution 9”, but where the opinion refusing the recording did not pass, there is a glimpse of the instability of the balance of human relations within a subtle band. However, even in such a state, there is no objection to the wonder of “White Album”. There are many people who actually like this album the most among fans. Paul speaks like this in an interview. “This album is told that there is no context or a collection of solo songs, but it’s the Beatles’ white album, it’s shut up!

DISC ONE BACK IN THE USSR May 1968 01. Demo

Aug 22, 1968 02. Take 5 unedited chat

Aug 23, 1968 03. Take 5 with overdubs 04. Piano SI (multitrack) 05. Single Vocal track + BV (5.1 mix) 06. Second Vocal track + BV (5.1 mix) 07. All vocals (multitrack) 08. Take 6 09. Take 6 RM 1 10. Advance Acetate Rough Mix

EXTRA 11. No piano and second guitar (5.1. mix)

DEAR PRUDENCE May 1986 12. Demo

Aug 29 & 30, 1968 OVERDUBDS 13. Vocal backup track (snippet) 14. Take 1 w/original drum track 15. Guitar, piano & percussion (multitrack) 16. Lead guitar SI (multitrack) 17. Drums and piano SI (multitrack) 18. Bass & tambourine SI (multitrack) 19. Unknown overdub chat 20. Take 1 alternate basic mix 21. Take 1 alternate mix unused Bass SI 22. Rough Mix 23. RM 1

GLASS ONION May 1968 24. Demo #1 25. Demo #2 26. Double tracked demo

Sep 11, 1968 27. Take 10

Sep 12, 1968 28. Take 33 SI

DISC TWO GLASS ONION Sep 13, 1968 01. Take 33 extra SI

Sep 16 & 26, 1968 02. Take 33 RM2

Oct 10, 1968 03. Strings SI 04. Intrumental w/Rough low vocal

OB-LA-DI, OB-LA-DA May 1968 05. Demo 06. Demo tape copying

July 3 & 4, 1968 07. Take 3

July 5, 1968 08. Take 5 09. Take 5 Edit

July 8 & 9, 1968 10. Re-make Session chats 11. Take 21

July 15, 1968 12. Take 23 Vocal SI (5.1 mix) 13. Take 23 Second Vocal SI (5.1 mix) 14. Take 23 RM21 15. Advance Acetate Rough Mix

EXTRAS 16. 5.1. Mix Left Channel 17. 5.1. Mix Right Channel

WILD HONEY PIE Aug 20, 1968 18. Take 1 SI #1 19. Take 1 SI #2 20. Take 1 SI #3 21. Take 1 SI #4 22. Take 1 SI #5 23. RM6

THE CONTINUING STORY OF BUNGALOW BILL May 1968 24. Unedited Demo (mono) 25. Edited Demo (stereo)

Oct 8, 1968 26. Take 2 27. Take 3 SI #1 28. Take 3 SI #2 29. Take 3 SI #3 30. Take 3 SI #4

WHILE MY GUITAR GENTLY WEEPS May 1968 31. Demo 32. Demo w/organ overdub

DISC THREE WHILE MY GUITAR GENTLY WEEPS July 25, 1968 FIRST VERSION 01. Take 1 02. Take 1 alternate Mix 03. Take 1 Loud organ fragment 04. Take 1 edit 05. Take 1 Monitor Mix 1 06. Take 1 Monitor Mix 2 07. Take 1 Monitor Mix 3 08. Take 1 Monitor Mix 4 09. Take 2

Sep 5, 1968 SECOND VERSION 10. Lady Madonna (improvisation) 11. Rehearsal with Paul

Sep 5, 1968 THIRD VERSION 12. Studio Chat Take 1 13. Let it Be (improvisation) 14. Take 27

Sep 5 & 6, 1968 OVERDUBS 15. Take 25 unedited

MULTITRACKS 16. Drums 17. Eric Clapton’s Guitar 18. Piano and percussion 19. Bass and second Guitar Riff 20. George first vocal and Paul vocal 21. All vocals with extra SI 22. First George Vocal vs Vocal Overdub 23. Organ SI

HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN May 1968 24. Demo Take 1 (breakdown) 25. Demo Take 2 26. Demo Take 2 overdubs

Sep 23, 1968 27. Take 19

DISC FOUR HAPPINESS IS A WARM GUN Sep 25, 1968 01. Take 65 Vocal SI 02. Take 65 Backing Vocals SI #1 03. Take 65 Backing Vocals SI #2

Oct 15, 1968 04. Take 65 Monitor Mix Overdubs 05. Take 65 RS

EXTRAS 06. Alternate 5.1 mix left channel 07. Alternate 5.1 mix right channel

MARTHA MY DEAR Oct 4, 1968 08. Take 1 Basic Track low guide vocal 09. Take 1 Single vocal overdub 10. Double Tracked Vocals 11. Instrumental Track

I’M SO TIRED May 1968 12. Demo 13. Demo Tape copying

Oct 8, 1968 14. Takes 3, 6 & 9 edit 15. Take 7 16. Take 14 single vocal track 17. Overdubs organ, drums and guitar 18. Take 14 w/overdubs

Oct 15, 1968 MIXING SESSION 19. Mix #1 Single Vocal Track 20. Mix #2 (breakdown) 21. Mix #3 Single Vocal Track 22. Mix #4 (breakdown) 23. Mix #5 Single Vocal Track 24. Mix #6 Single Vocal Track 25. RM1 Acetate 26. Mix #7 Double and Backing Vocals

BLACKBIRD May 1968 27. Demo 28. Demo Tape copying

June 11, 1968 REEL #1 REHEARSAL SESSION 29. Take 1 – Practice 30. Take 2 – Congratulations 31. Take 3 32. Take 4 33. Take 5 34. Take 6 35. Chat – Helter Skelter 36. Gone Tomorrow, Here Today 37. Take 7 38. Improvisation/Chat/Take 8 39. Take 9/Improvisation

DISC FIVE BLACKBIRD Jun 11, 1968 REEL #1 REHEARSAL SESSION 01. Take 10 02. Mother Nature’s Son #1 03. Mother Nature’s Son #2 04. Take 11 05. Take 12 06. Take 13 07. Take 14 08. Take 15 09. Take 16 10. Take 17 11. Take 18 12. Practice and chat with John 13. Take 19 14. Studio Chat and harmonium

REEL #2 RECORDING SESSION 15. Takes 20 & 21 16. Take 22 17. Take 23 18. Take 27 19. Take unknown 20. Take 32 second vocal SI 21. Take 32 overdub fragment 22. Take 32 Acetate 23. Take 32 RM6 24. Birds sound effects SI

PIGGIES May 1968 25. Demo 26. Demo Tape copying 27. Demo 1996 mix/edit

Sep 19, 1968 28. Take 1 breakdown 29. Unused vocal overdub

Sep 20, 1968 30. Take 12 SI #1 (5.1) 31. Take 12 SI #2 (5.1)

Oct 10, 1968 32. Violins & Violas SI (5.1) 33. Cellos SI (5.1) 34. Take 12 Instrumental

ROCKY RACCOON May 1968 35. Demo 36. Demo Tape copying

Aug 15, 1968 37. Take 8 unedited 38. Take 9 39. Take 9 overdubs 40. RM1

DISC SIX ROCKY RACCOON Aug 15, 1968 01. Advance Acetate Rough Mix

DON’T PASS ME BY Jun 5 & 6, 1968 02. Take 3 03. Takes 3-7 mix 04. Take 7 SI 05. Take 7 overdub

Jul 12, 1968 06. Take 7 unedited 07. Take 7 SI unedited 08. Final Violin Mix (5.1.)

Jul 22, 1968 A BEGINNING 09. Take 1 announcement 10. Take 4

Oct 11, 1968 11. Vocals, Drums, bells & violin 12. RM 4 13. Advance Acetate Rough Mix 14. Violin edit piece

WHY DON’T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD? Oct 9, 1968 15. Take 4 16. Take 5

Oct 9 & 10, 1968 17. Take 5 SI #1 18. Take 5 SI #2 19. Take 5 SI #3

I WILL Sep 16, 1968 20. Take 1 21. Take 1 dif mix 22. Take 12 breakdown 23. Take 13 24. Take 19 – Can You Take Me Back? 25. Take 28 – Blue Moon 26. Take 29 breakdown 27. Take 30 – Down in Havana 28. Take 34 – Step Inside Love 29. Take 35 – Los Paranoias 30. Take 36 – The Way You Look Tonight 31. Take 65

Sep 17, 1968 5.1 mixes 32. Take 68 guitar SI 33. Take 68 Second vocal SI 34. Take 68 w/SI 35. Vocal Bass #1 36. Vocal Bass #2 37. Take 68 Vocal bass SI 38. Take 68 Maracas SI

BONUS TRACK 39. Step Inside Love – Los Paranoias (Barrett Edit) Valkyrie Records. VAL-029