Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bherbert, Dec 7, 2017.
What is your favourite cd version?
87 cd, but I got the canadian version.
I picked the 2009 stereo on the mono CD (confusing), but I still, to this day, can't get used to hearing the title track with out the "James Bond" intro.
The '09 remastered stereo version of the original mix which was included in the '09 mono CD.
As I have said before - anyone who chooses any of the 1987 CD's as being the best versions needs to get their ears tested ASAP.
Couldn’t agree more
For me, the 2009 Stereo is the best. In terms of clarity, warmth and punch. The remastering team did a phenomenal job with this one.
Original stereo mix (on the 1987 Canadian or the 2009 mono box). The remix was unnecessary.
Listening to this version right now, which sounds very good, but what in the world happened to the actual Mono title track (track #1 on the mono CD) ? It sounds like it as taken from AM radio.
The 2009 Stereo (original 1965 mix) is probably the best but I chose the 2009 Mono. Help, I’ve Just Seen a Face, Ticket to Ride, and Yesterday sound SO good in Mono.
(Technically the Best CD version is the 2009 Mono with the stereo bonus tracks but then it’d be a landslide)
Throw in the James Bond Theme too since I’m rewriting the rules.
That's always the way the mono mix has sounded.
CD in US albums box. Love Bond intro and do like the instrumentals.what i grew up with
The only thing different about it is that it has a different vocal take...but it's a very sloppy sounding mix mix.
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