To be fair, Dexter didn't apply a lot of reverb to all The Beatles albums. The main 'reverb' album is The Beatles' Second Album, with sessions from five separate blocks of sessions, some twin track, some four track- the reverb was liberally applied to make them all sound more similar and eq was applied to the early tracks to give them a bit more 'life'. On the other hand, Meet, Beatles 65, Something New, VI, Early, Help! and the standard Rubber Soul have very few tracks that are different to the Parlophone ones other than sometimes being second gen for West Coast, boosted a little in volume etc. The most egregious 'fixes' are the duophonic mixes, and most of all, the folded to mono version of duophonic. But having said that, I find I Want to Hold Your Hand in duophonic much superior to the terrible true stereo mixes, even on the remixed '1', it has the power of the original single instead of the incomprehensible boost in volume of the lead guitar. But Ticket to Ride in 'mono' on the Capitol Help! album is a disgrace.