ADayintheLife

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About Me: 
I've always loved the Beatles but I became I real fan when I was 13 and then I coudn't stop listen to then anymore! Their songs saved my love and their album are the soundtrack of my life. My favorite bealte is George because I believe his personality is very similar to mine and because he was a amazing person that dedicated all his life to the things he loved and believed. I absolutely love the 60's and for me it's the best music era. My favorite album of all-time is Odessey and Oracle by The Zombies.
Favourite Track: 
Strawberry Fields Forever (MMT)
Tell us why: 
This song brings a lot of good memories of my childhood somehow. And the line that says: "Living is easy with eyes closed" is just astonishing! The melody and lyrics are just genius! Definitely this is one of the best songs ever!
Favourite Album: 
Revolver
Tell us why: 
With Revolver the Beatles began exploring new sonic territory, lyrical subjects and styles of composition. It's impressive how eclectic the album is: from psychedelic sounds (Tomorrow Never Knows), a child song (Yellow Submarine), indian muscic influence (Love You To), powerful guitars (Taxman), beautiful ballads (Here,There and Everywhere) to the Beach Boys (Pet Sounds mainly) influence (Good Day Sunshine). It's a fantatic and cohesive album, the Beatles at the top of their game!

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The Beatles' US albums remastered: Review and overview by Steve Guttenberg

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The Audiophiliac chats with the project's mastering engineers to get the inside scoop on the Beatles sound.

"I bought the US Beatles Capitol Albums sets when they were remastered in 2004, and compared those discs with the 2014 remasters. Frankly, there's no comparison; the new ones sound better. They're more fleshed out, less compressed, and clearer."

Read CNET's Steve Guttenberg's review of the US albums here.

 

Credit: CBS Interactive/CNET

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The Mad Day Out Photo Session

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On July 28th, 1968, Don McCullin spent a whole day photographing the band. There was a need for contemporary publicity images and the band and they visited a variety of locations from the Thames docks to Paul's garden.

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The Last Photo Session - Tittenhurst Park, 1969

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On 22nd August, 1969, The Beatles all turned up at Tittenhurst Park - John's new house in Ascot (which Ringo later bought from him) - for what turned out to be their last set of photos taken together.  

Photographers Monte Fresco and Ethan Russell took these now iconic images.​

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