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Monday, April 13, 2009

BEATLES: Sgt. Pepper's MONO/Stereo

It's only months left before the first released of mono Sgt. Pepper's in CD format. These are the differences between the mono and stereo version of this great album. The mono also has more punchy sound and most important, it's the Pepper as the fabs intended.

  1. The funky backwards guitar part at the end of the opening song just before "Billy Shears."

  2. The flangey/ADT effect on Ringo's voice during some chorus of "With A Little Help From My Friends."

  3. The tripped out flangey vocals from the second verse out on "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds."

  4. The slightly longer end of "Fixing A Hole" where McCartney is wailing up high.

  5. The change in tone in "She's leaving home" in the mono version - due to being sped up, not so dreary and long as in the stereo version.

  6. The timing on the effects of "Mr. Kite."

  7. The extended louder laughter on "Within You Without You."

  8. The louder backing "oo-oo's" on "When I'm 64".

  9. The "bleed edit" found at the beginning of the "Sgt. Pepper Reprise"; you can hear the machine flutter as it comes out of pause.

  10. The low volume mumbo jumbo during the extended bass drum raps at the beginning of the "Sgt. Pepper Reprise".

  11. The timing of the audiences are different on the "Reprise" section.

  12. Paul McCartney ad libbing at the end. Paul sound like he is saying "Thank you very much good night now..." or "bye bye now".

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