Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JOSERENATO, Mar 5, 2017.
MPL are you watching for that 2018 Archive reissues of "Wild Life" and "Red Rose Speedway"?????????
I heard the Amazon brick and mortar stores are "trying" music- CD's and Vinyl at some locations as a "test"....................
This picture appears a lot recently.^^
Start with "Days of Future Passed"- The Moody Blues...............
"Movie Medley" is the only Beatles "hit" single never to have a CD or digital release!
Is that with post and packing? Pledge Music have it for £96 but it's £12 pp. Perhaps it is coming from across the pond? They still guarantee release date though.
Sorry couldn't get a better pic, but found on Ebay about tomorrow's "RSD" release and yes it will be the new "mixes" for the single................
Spin and Badlands. Free postage but you might not get it on release date.
Surround sound? Not for me. I go for the Neil Young ranch sound:-
For PL, I've seen written it is 2015 mix, not 2017. Do u have a source confirming 2017 mix?
"We're making more of these than we've made of any box set before."
Nothing else ?
No, just going off of the hype sticker that just says the Giles Martin/Sam Okell remix..............it is the actual text right below the "RSD" banner on the hype sticker
Oh a lot more, I just love "Days" and I know Justin Hayward said "Pepper" was the "huge" influence!
There's Satanic /Stones ..but Moodies really nail it. Moodie Blues yet to be featured in Mojo.
The actual surprise will be the new remix, the session outtakes and the book in detail. You can still watch the video if you like.^^
Thanks for the tip. Badlands are reliable though strangely they usually charge more than Amazon.
I can. But i wont ;-)
Looks like it could fit, hence the size. But I think the box isn't thick enough to put in the 2LP set as an extra.
Pink Floyd's Piper maybe.
Not really as that was being recorded at the same time, also no concept ( of sorts).
They were holding cups (and biscuits) a lot back in the days.^^
Here here! It's bent beyond words that in an era where TVs are wider than they've ever been, people use their phones - which can be turned to present a widescreen image - and hold it to get a recording that would fit perfectly on an old Philco black and white set.
I know but Pepper isn't actually a (complete) concept thing either.
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