The Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown

The Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown

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100 Episodes | First Released: Dec 18 '17
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keifer56
Jul 12
Rating:   10
Superb Travel Podcast

I travel a lot and require something to keep my interest. This superb podcast has been a subject of interest of mine since 1963. First hearing of this meltdown on “Something About The Beatles” podcast. This sparked my fantasy of hearing certain aspects of tracks and how they were laid down by the four geniuses. You can bet your mother you know more about the songs than she does, once you subscribe and hear how, who and when her favorite Beatles song were recorded.

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scravitz
Jun 5
Rating:   10
Outstanding!

I listen to many of these over and over discovering something new each time. The Beatles as I’ve never heard them! Thank you for taking the time to create these excellent podcasts.

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dpt1213
Jul 13 '18
Rating:   10
Awesome

This was incredible. Rubber Soul always was one of my favorite albums and this just made it better.

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Sven Dreher, Ph.D.
Jun 15 '18
Rating:   10
Wonderfully researched and constructed

These shows are my favorite Beatles podcasts. They truly amaze with the analysis of mixes, instrumentation, production. Just outstanding work.These are *versions* of material available in the Beatles world and Internet, but Anthony has given us section by section isolation to highlight the great performances that are buried in the original mixes.I’d love to see more shows! Why not do more Beatles friends and enemies, and those that have worked with the Beatles as shows: Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, David Gilmour, Nirvana, The Rolling Stones...) The David Bowie and Tom Petty tributes were incredible. Keeping it fun and diverse, Anthony, thank you!Also, perhaps new shows making yet another breakdown, to give us unique mixes using that left off the earlier remixes? I’d love to hear more true remixes, they blow the mind (and are done so lovingly it is amazing.)For musicians, this is scholarly. It’s great be able to use this show to learn how to play the tunes. Educational and entertaining.Maybe some more mixes of particular instruments? Maybe just focus on one instrument in the songs? For purposes of education, in teaching how to perform these classic tunes, now part of the common culture and historically embedded in the popular culture?Also, the Robustelli book looks very interesting. Can’t wait for the later years of sessions. A great addition to the essential books, especially Lewisohn.Five stars. Outstanding! Thank you, Anthony Robustelli, for the hard work and wonderful acquisitions of material and peeling away of layers so lovingly, deconstructed and reconstructed so amazingly. Sincerely, this is incredible! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Mal's Lost Ashes
Apr 3 '18
Rating:   6
Confounding

Look, if it’s Beatles, I’m going to listen. But much of this sounds like one channel of a released stereo recording, not a different mix in any accepted sense. Like I said, still gonna listen.

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