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Old 10-17-2018, 06:39 AM   #1
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The Unheard White Album: An Exclusive First Listen

The massive new box set of the Beatles’ 1968 masterpiece is full of unheard gems. Here are 15 of the most revelatory moments.

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...listen-727928/
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The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Acoustic Version / Take 2 / Audio)

The new Super Deluxe Edition of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’, due for release on November 9, contains three discs of demos and alternate takes.

Included is an acoustic version of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (labelled ‘Take 2’), featuring just George Harrison on guitar and Paul McCartney on harmonium. Hear it below:


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Beatles Release New 'Glass Onion' Video

The Beatles are streaming a new video for their 1968 classic, "Glass Onion", ahead of its inclusion on the November 9 release of a series of 50th anniversary reissues of The White Album.

https://www.hennemusic.com/2018/11/t...for-white.html



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The Beatles stream Back In The U.S.S.R. lyric video

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‘The Beatles (White Album) Super Deluxe’ Is a Revelatory Dive Into Their Frayed Late-Sixties Drama

This 50th anniversary edition adds previously unheard demos to a bright new mix of the classic double-LP

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The Beatles’ New White Album: Why ‘Good Night’ Is a Gloriously Weird Revelation

In a previously unheard outtake, John, Paul, George and Ringo harmonize the “good night, sleep tight” refrain together — making it an emotionally direct epiphany

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The Beatles: White Album returns to US Top 10

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Should the Beatles’ White Album Have Been Even Longer?

Based on the discarded songs on the new “Super Deluxe” edition, it could have just as easily been a triple album, says Rob Sheffield

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Beatles White Album 50th Anniversary Celebrated In The Studio

The 50th anniversary of The Beatles landmark self-titled 1968 double record, best known as the White Album, is celebrated with a two part special by the syndicated radio show In The Studio with Redbeard. The show sent over the following details:

In Part 1, Paul McCartney admits that the band members' individual recording sessions for the ("White Album") signaled the eventual break-up of the band, but yet was responsible for the most diverse Beatles album ever. From the album opener "Back In The USSR", to "Dear Prudence", "Happiness is a Warm Gun", "Rocky Raccoon" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" the ("White Album") reordered everything creatively that we thought collectively about the Beatles. Paul McCartney reveals to In The Studio host Redbeard about how the environment in the studio for those sessions impacted the output.

"If you had an idea you could just go into a studio (at Abbey Road) and just grab an engineer for a couple of minutes and say, 'Let's just stick this one down'. Which meant you could be very spontaneous." - Paul McCartney. Check out part 1 here: https://www.inthestudio.net/redbeard...aul-mccartney/


In Part 2, Paul McCartney shares the story behind the song "Helter Skelter", pre-Manson family murders, and describes how a party in the studio, became a "Birthday" party of a song.

The recording process for the ("White Album") was a departure from the dense production of the previous two Beatle albums Sgt. Pepper's... and Magical Mystery Tour. Not only did members work separately in some cases, the band collectively decided to make each recording sound uniquely different. Paul McCartney remarks to In The Studio host Redbeard on the band's approach.

"We wanted every single track we did, because of this mono singles focusing that we come out of, to be a completely new departure. It didn't seem to be any since to us if you just put an album on and the drums sounded the same all the way through... Every single track should be different." - Paul McCartney

Listen to part 2 here: https://www.inthestudio.net/online-o...aul-mccartney/
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