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Sunday, May 29, 2022

The Beatles - Please Please Me: Remixed [A Prof. Stoned Comp]


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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88 comments:

  1. This looks cool! BTW...the correct title is "How Do You Do It". There is an "it" at the end.

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  2. Wow this blows me away, thank you so much Prof what a spectacular production!

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  3. Ok, hearing Love Me Do in true stereo now. This I just can't believe. Thank you again Prof.

    Out of curiosity, why did you use a boot version of One After 909 instead of the Anthology one?

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    1. Bootleg = stereo, Anthology = mono

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  4. Another great release! Thank you very much!!

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  5. Thank you very very much! Enjoying this as I write this note of thanks for all you do.

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  6. Thanks for another great release!!

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  7. Thank you very much for another great comp.

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  8. Downloading now ... Thanks Prof, I'm looking forward to hearing your great production

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  9. This is really quite interesting. Thank you very much for going to the trouble and for sharing the results. I stopped listening to the stereo edition of The Beatles' early records years ago, but this is very enjoyable.

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  10. Thank You This sound bloody great.to think of all the $ I've spent over the years to get the best sounding Beatles record.And here you go ,The 64dollar question why can't the lables do it.maybe I just answered my own question.

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  11. Prof, you rule. Many have tried, but no one has done it this well. Thank you so much.

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  12. Looking forward to your remix of "With The Beatles"

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  13. Thank you for posting this - can't wait to listen.

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  14. Yet again you provide something pretty amazing that the record companies don't. This is crazy to think this is now possible and executed so well. Much appreciated. I hope you keep working with this audio tool and doing these mixes.

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  15. Prof, You've always done amazing work which always resulted in what become my "go to versions" but this is some totally different. You've turned water into wine on this one ... Thanks for providing fresh ears to an old favorite.

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  16. After downloading I burnt this on CDr and - wow, it's really amazing. Will be my go-to version from now on. You just threw your hat in the ring for the official 60yr re-release!

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  17. Thank you so much, it's simply perfect!

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  18. So glad you did that 11th hour upgrade on some of the bonus cuts. The Anthology versions often compromised because they used masters from the abandoned 1980s Sessions project which were subject to all kinds of pointless editing decisions. Anyway this is remarkable and, dare I say, definitive. Hats off.

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    1. It's amazing how careless Apple can be. Even the recent Let It Be box set is full of mastering errors and poor decisions!

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  21. A historic record that you have put a great effort to make sound as wonderful as possible. Thank you for the extra effort.

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  22. Truly fascinating, thank you very much!

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  23. Love this blog... Thanks for another great release!!!

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  24. Fantastic!!! Hope you work your magic on more Beatles albums. So much better than the labels even try to do.

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  25. Brilliant work! Great to hear this in a new way. Thank you for all your time and effort you put in these releases.

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  26. Really good sounding!! Thanks Prof!!

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  27. Looking forward to this for sure! Thanks, Prof!

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  28. Listening now - this sounds incredible! It's like you took an aural washcloth and wiped the sonic grime of decades clean away.

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  29. A thousand "thank you"s will be never enough. A gem.

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  30. Thank You. Full of anticipation to hear

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  31. brilliant stuff....no homework for you tonight.

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  32. Looking forward to hearing this - Thank you for all your hard work, and for sharing it with us!

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  33. Thanks a million Prof!!! Enjoyed listening to this so much. I heard lots of new details on the guitar parts and greater nuances in the vocals. You rock sir!

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  34. Sounds great thanks professor

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  35. Thank you Prof. Here in the UK there is much Flag-shagging for the Queen so I look forward to listening to this as a respite from endless Unionism. Peace & Love from Scotland.

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  36. Many thanks for this Prof. Can't wait to hear it.

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  37. Thank you so much for this upgrade! Best version I've ever heard! (BTW: This is Opie. Can't sign in to Google for some reason)

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  38. Thank you very much, downloading now.

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  39. Oh my god, OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS REMIX!!!!!
    Downloading now!

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  40. Is Lukpac's rip of Love Me Do better than Apple's? Where can I find it?

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    1. I'm not sure it's been sent to many people, but I can definitely confirm it's better than Apple's!

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  41. Thanks for making this, Prof. Fans do it better! Sounds very good!

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  42. Thank yoy Prof
    Make my day
    Gracias

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  43. Fantastic! Thanks, Prof.

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  44. Prof Stoned: You did an awesome job on this! Thank you very much. I look forward to hearing more Beatles from you.

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  45. Thanks so much for this! Can never have too much BEATLES:)

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  46. Thanks for all you do. Your careful, passion-driven work opens up new levels of enjoyment of familiar tracks!

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  47. Thanks very much!

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  48. Wow Prof this is incredible! Many thanks! Goes to show what could be done with the multi-tracks with competent mixing. I hope you decide to tackle With The Beatles and Rubber Soul at some point!

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  49. Nothing to add that hasn't already been said. Completely amazing work and a genuinely new version of a classic!

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  50. Thanks for sharing your hobby.

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  51. I hope you do With The Beatles as well

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  52. Thanks very much for creating and sharing this.

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  54. This looks very intriguing - thank you so much for your effort!

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  55. Great job-cleared up those background vocals and guitars.Didn't realize this album needed so much help until hearing your version.

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  56. Terrific as usual. Always impeccable attention to detail. I usually don't listen to the stereo versions (especially the early albums) but this may change. This mix sounds so fresh and present, well done Professor. Thanks.

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  57. My goodness, Prof, you are on FIRE.

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  58. Hey, this sounds great! Thank you!

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  59. Thank you. Your work here is appreciated

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  60. Another incredible job. Thank you so much, prof. :-)

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  61. Now that you've shown your skills on this and WTB, I'm hoping you'll apply your expertise to making stereo versions of some of your favorite mono releases!

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  62. This is absolutely terrific, when I played I Saw Her Standing There I smiled immediately, never heard anything like it! Terrific work!

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  63. Thank you for these great sounding Beatles remixes!

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  64. Thanks so much - these Beatles remixes are amazingly good!

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  65. Wow! Sounds amazing, thank you!

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  66. Thank you very much!!

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  67. Thank you.....excited to hear this after the glowing reviews above.

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  68. This is really unbelievable!
    In the years long quest to find the definitive versions of the Beatles' albums, and comparing this to (very good) vinyl rips of the original German Stereo and the 2014 Mono (my two go-tos), this is both the best and most natural sounding.
    Absoltuely astounding!

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  69. I was 12 when this was released in the US and started to listen to "rock" radio shortly beforehand. By then actual rock & roll had been mostly replaced with pop and novelty stuff. Soul was allowed to remain in some form. The Beatles were the first real rock'n'roll band I had ever heard at any length. Thank you much!

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  70. Thank you very much for this!

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