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8 thoughts on “ Instrumental - The Beatles - Look Back (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Instrumental Beatles - Instrumental Beatles on AllMusic -
  2. Free U.S. shipping! A limited edition blue vinyl pressing of the double album The Beatles by the Beatles, issued in France in
  3. RE-RELEASED VINYL. THE BEATLES Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Label: Parlophone - PCS , Apple Records - , Universal Music Group International - Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Special Edition, Stereo, ½ Speed Mastered Country: UK, Europe & US Released: 26 May
  4. Sep 16,  · The Beatles' music still endures 50 years after the band broke up, and every vinyl fan probably owns at least one of their records. Though the Sgt Peppers stereo remix was released to .
  5. Mar 31,  · An album would be a bit much, but thinking about the Close To The Edge blu-ray I just got, if the Beatles ever went the hi-res blu-ray route and put instrumental versions of the tracks on it (I know, I know, "value for money" isn't in the Apple playbook), I'd definitely give certain tracks a listen, especially the Pepper stuff.
  6. When the Beatles' catalog was remastered and reissued in , it appeared as two separate box sets: one featuring all the group's stereo albums and one containing all the mono masters. Previously, the band's non-LP singles had been gathered for the two CD compilations Past Masters-- collections that were duly remastered and reissued as part of the stereo set -- but there was no analog Price: $
  7. This eighth CAPITOL Beatles album was #1 on Billboard's for nine weeks. Released as a single in April of '65, "Ticket to Ride" was #1 in both Britain and the U.S. The Fabs' July '65 single of "Help!" equalled this. No other songs from this LP charted. Album opening "Help!" includes a like instrumental intro heard in the picture's title /5(7).
  8. Apr 12,  · There are numerous websites that allow record collectors to look up catalog numbers and verify the provenance of an album. Most of these databases are available for free. By simply typing in the catalog number on your vinyl LP, 45 or 78 rpm record, you can verify if it is an authentic original release or re-release, counterfeit or bootleg.

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