REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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... And thanks again to Marvin Martin for sharing this new set - very kind.
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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Many Thanks for the upload!
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Golem, thank you very much for sharing this set, very kind :)
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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MARVINMARTIN wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 2:22 am someone who has these cds?
Thank you so much !

The latest decision board of the hot topic phantom album “GET BACK” is fully released!

Two years ago, when “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION”, a compilation of different versions of the Beatles’ unreleased album, was released, I said, “The album itself will not be officially released in the future.” As you know, this month the album is finally officially released. I don’t think that day will come.
With this, the day has come when the countless “GET BACK” items that have been released on both LPs and CDs will be dismissed. It was a “mixture of 1969 and 70”, and what upset maniacs around the world was the fact that it was a 70’s mix when “For You Blue” was delivered as a pre-release preview. Isn’t it a situation that is likely to happen officially?
However, this is not the end of the story, and when it was released, it was said that the same song was firmly recorded in the Japanese version in the 1969 version mix. Even so, there are versions that remain the 70-year version in overseas versions and LPs, and it seems that it is not straightforward at all. Fortunately, it was unfortunate that “For You Blue”, which had the most difference in mix between the 1969 and 1970 editions, was recorded correctly in the Japanese edition. Furthermore, there were many traces of splicing multiple sources, such as sudden hiss noise only in the chat between songs.

Under these circumstances, the various “GET BACK” items, which were thought to have their value halved after this release, have ironically survived. At least this official was released in a state of a compromise between the 69th edition and the 70th edition, and when it comes to items that contain each age completely, the value does not fade. The item that is perfect for this situation is the “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION” released in 2019, and it is also an item that is needed now.
However, this title is Sold Out. However, in this situation, it is impossible to get this work, which was the culmination of “GET BACK”, so it was decided to re-release it!
Two years ago, it was the culmination of “GET BACK”, which was compiled over four discs, but of course it is not just a recurrence, but we are reviewing the content based on this situation. First of all, the content is narrowed down to the acetate produced on January 30th, which was recorded in the main, and the acetate part that summarizes the oldies jam called “Beatles Sunday” recorded as a bonus. cut.
Therefore, Glyn Johns summarized it on January 26th and 27th, and recorded only the so-called “Get Back Mark 1” that he created after the rooftop concert on the 30th. This was later the source of LP items in the direction of “KUM BACK”, but the amazing finish that cleanly removed the noise peculiar to acetate is still alive. For Mark 1, this will be the permanent best source.

The second disc was the most renewed in this re-release. Last time, “OPD”, which is said to be the Beatles’ earliest underground LP, was recorded, but since the beginning of this year, new items that recorded the LP have appeared, so this time the LP Instead of recording, we created a version that reproduces the contents of acetate before the completion of “GET BACK”, which seems to be the source of the LP.
Speaking of “OPD”, it is known among enthusiasts that “Dig It”, which is not recorded in each “KUM BACK” item and has a longer recording time than the later completed version “GET BACK”, is recorded. However, the acetate was made in early May 1969. At this point, the content was almost close to the completed version “GET BACK”, but one of the parts that wasn’t there was the long “Dig It”. The other is a long recording of the scene after finishing “Get Back”.
Unfortunately, the actual acetate made by Johns in early May has not been excavated. Also, “O.P.D.” had the big drawback that it contained only the Lch sound of the original stereo mix. So, the Dig It part that was recorded only on the same board is from the acetate of “Beatles Sunday”, the intro of Get Back is from the acetate of Mark 1, and even then, only the chat part after the Get Back performance is the movie “LET IT BE” (Or “GET BACK” to be released next month), the unprecedented novelty of restoring Get Back Mark 2 by patching from the so-called monaural Nagra sound source and without the drawback of missing one channel. I summarized it in the concept. In other words, it is a complete reproduction of acetate, which was the basis of “O.P.D.”.
While there is a theory that John was the cause of the acetate spill, which was mentioned in this official liner (and he didn’t deny it), it was probably this version that he gave to the journalist. maybe.

And on the 3rd and 4th sheets, “GET BACK” of each age is recorded this time as well. Both adjusted the pitch that was slightly slow. In addition, the equalizing has been redone slightly, and both have increased warmy. Also, for the 1970 version, at the end of the performance of “Let It Be”, the reduced sound of the keyboards was distorted (please listen carefully to the left channel), and the part where the lingering sound was slightly lacking was repaired. By adjusting the pitch accurately, the running time recorded on the tape box of the existing album master and the disc 4 of this board are exactly the same (see the inside of the jacket for the photo of the tape box), and the maniac It’s a point, but I hope you can understand from this that we have made a thorough review that goes beyond mere recurrence.
Ironically, with the realization of this official release, the 69th and 70th editions have become necessary as materials. Moreover, it was mentioned in detail how important Glyn Johns played in the liner notes, but the convenience of this title is that it covers the acetate that appears there. If you listen to it while reading it, you will be fully immersed. Due to this situation, the recurrence was inevitable … For you who are not satisfied with the official!beatles-definitive-get-back1.jpg
beatles-definitive-get-back2.jpg
THIS 4 CD SET IS NEW....WITH A THE OPD GET BACK RECONSTRUCTED...NOT THE OTHER OLD CD SET WITH BONUS SHARED IN THE FORUM
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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Thank you very much Golem :)
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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MARVINMARTIN wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 2:22 am someone who has these cds?
Thank you so much !

The latest decision board of the hot topic phantom album “GET BACK” is fully released!

Two years ago, when “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION”, a compilation of different versions of the Beatles’ unreleased album, was released, I said, “The album itself will not be officially released in the future.” As you know, this month the album is finally officially released. I don’t think that day will come.
With this, the day has come when the countless “GET BACK” items that have been released on both LPs and CDs will be dismissed. It was a “mixture of 1969 and 70”, and what upset maniacs around the world was the fact that it was a 70’s mix when “For You Blue” was delivered as a pre-release preview. Isn’t it a situation that is likely to happen officially?
However, this is not the end of the story, and when it was released, it was said that the same song was firmly recorded in the Japanese version in the 1969 version mix. Even so, there are versions that remain the 70-year version in overseas versions and LPs, and it seems that it is not straightforward at all. Fortunately, it was unfortunate that “For You Blue”, which had the most difference in mix between the 1969 and 1970 editions, was recorded correctly in the Japanese edition. Furthermore, there were many traces of splicing multiple sources, such as sudden hiss noise only in the chat between songs.

Under these circumstances, the various “GET BACK” items, which were thought to have their value halved after this release, have ironically survived. At least this official was released in a state of a compromise between the 69th edition and the 70th edition, and when it comes to items that contain each age completely, the value does not fade. The item that is perfect for this situation is the “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION” released in 2019, and it is also an item that is needed now.
However, this title is Sold Out. However, in this situation, it is impossible to get this work, which was the culmination of “GET BACK”, so it was decided to re-release it!
Two years ago, it was the culmination of “GET BACK”, which was compiled over four discs, but of course it is not just a recurrence, but we are reviewing the content based on this situation. First of all, the content is narrowed down to the acetate produced on January 30th, which was recorded in the main, and the acetate part that summarizes the oldies jam called “Beatles Sunday” recorded as a bonus. cut.
Therefore, Glyn Johns summarized it on January 26th and 27th, and recorded only the so-called “Get Back Mark 1” that he created after the rooftop concert on the 30th. This was later the source of LP items in the direction of “KUM BACK”, but the amazing finish that cleanly removed the noise peculiar to acetate is still alive. For Mark 1, this will be the permanent best source.

The second disc was the most renewed in this re-release. Last time, “OPD”, which is said to be the Beatles’ earliest underground LP, was recorded, but since the beginning of this year, new items that recorded the LP have appeared, so this time the LP Instead of recording, we created a version that reproduces the contents of acetate before the completion of “GET BACK”, which seems to be the source of the LP.
Speaking of “OPD”, it is known among enthusiasts that “Dig It”, which is not recorded in each “KUM BACK” item and has a longer recording time than the later completed version “GET BACK”, is recorded. However, the acetate was made in early May 1969. At this point, the content was almost close to the completed version “GET BACK”, but one of the parts that wasn’t there was the long “Dig It”. The other is a long recording of the scene after finishing “Get Back”.
Unfortunately, the actual acetate made by Johns in early May has not been excavated. Also, “O.P.D.” had the big drawback that it contained only the Lch sound of the original stereo mix. So, the Dig It part that was recorded only on the same board is from the acetate of “Beatles Sunday”, the intro of Get Back is from the acetate of Mark 1, and even then, only the chat part after the Get Back performance is the movie “LET IT BE” (Or “GET BACK” to be released next month), the unprecedented novelty of restoring Get Back Mark 2 by patching from the so-called monaural Nagra sound source and without the drawback of missing one channel. I summarized it in the concept. In other words, it is a complete reproduction of acetate, which was the basis of “O.P.D.”.
While there is a theory that John was the cause of the acetate spill, which was mentioned in this official liner (and he didn’t deny it), it was probably this version that he gave to the journalist. maybe.

And on the 3rd and 4th sheets, “GET BACK” of each age is recorded this time as well. Both adjusted the pitch that was slightly slow. In addition, the equalizing has been redone slightly, and both have increased warmy. Also, for the 1970 version, at the end of the performance of “Let It Be”, the reduced sound of the keyboards was distorted (please listen carefully to the left channel), and the part where the lingering sound was slightly lacking was repaired. By adjusting the pitch accurately, the running time recorded on the tape box of the existing album master and the disc 4 of this board are exactly the same (see the inside of the jacket for the photo of the tape box), and the maniac It’s a point, but I hope you can understand from this that we have made a thorough review that goes beyond mere recurrence.
Ironically, with the realization of this official release, the 69th and 70th editions have become necessary as materials. Moreover, it was mentioned in detail how important Glyn Johns played in the liner notes, but the convenience of this title is that it covers the acetate that appears there. If you listen to it while reading it, you will be fully immersed. Due to this situation, the recurrence was inevitable … For you who are not satisfied with the official!beatles-definitive-get-back1.jpg
beatles-definitive-get-back2.jpg
MARVINMARTIN, here you go — I think this is what you're looking for:

hxxps://mega.nz/file/z14ihDSY#dhOjMWCYG ... 4tgPfnDfi4
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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Thanks Keith!
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Re: REQUEST: Beatles / Definitive Get Back / 4CD / Non Label Get Back With Let It Be & 16 Other Songs

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powerPC wrote: Sat Nov 06, 2021 9:11 pm
MARVINMARTIN wrote: Mon Nov 01, 2021 2:22 am someone who has these cds?
Thank you so much !

The latest decision board of the hot topic phantom album “GET BACK” is fully released!

Two years ago, when “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION”, a compilation of different versions of the Beatles’ unreleased album, was released, I said, “The album itself will not be officially released in the future.” As you know, this month the album is finally officially released. I don’t think that day will come.
With this, the day has come when the countless “GET BACK” items that have been released on both LPs and CDs will be dismissed. It was a “mixture of 1969 and 70”, and what upset maniacs around the world was the fact that it was a 70’s mix when “For You Blue” was delivered as a pre-release preview. Isn’t it a situation that is likely to happen officially?
However, this is not the end of the story, and when it was released, it was said that the same song was firmly recorded in the Japanese version in the 1969 version mix. Even so, there are versions that remain the 70-year version in overseas versions and LPs, and it seems that it is not straightforward at all. Fortunately, it was unfortunate that “For You Blue”, which had the most difference in mix between the 1969 and 1970 editions, was recorded correctly in the Japanese edition. Furthermore, there were many traces of splicing multiple sources, such as sudden hiss noise only in the chat between songs.

Under these circumstances, the various “GET BACK” items, which were thought to have their value halved after this release, have ironically survived. At least this official was released in a state of a compromise between the 69th edition and the 70th edition, and when it comes to items that contain each age completely, the value does not fade. The item that is perfect for this situation is the “GET BACK COMPLETE EDITION” released in 2019, and it is also an item that is needed now.
However, this title is Sold Out. However, in this situation, it is impossible to get this work, which was the culmination of “GET BACK”, so it was decided to re-release it!
Two years ago, it was the culmination of “GET BACK”, which was compiled over four discs, but of course it is not just a recurrence, but we are reviewing the content based on this situation. First of all, the content is narrowed down to the acetate produced on January 30th, which was recorded in the main, and the acetate part that summarizes the oldies jam called “Beatles Sunday” recorded as a bonus. cut.
Therefore, Glyn Johns summarized it on January 26th and 27th, and recorded only the so-called “Get Back Mark 1” that he created after the rooftop concert on the 30th. This was later the source of LP items in the direction of “KUM BACK”, but the amazing finish that cleanly removed the noise peculiar to acetate is still alive. For Mark 1, this will be the permanent best source.

The second disc was the most renewed in this re-release. Last time, “OPD”, which is said to be the Beatles’ earliest underground LP, was recorded, but since the beginning of this year, new items that recorded the LP have appeared, so this time the LP Instead of recording, we created a version that reproduces the contents of acetate before the completion of “GET BACK”, which seems to be the source of the LP.
Speaking of “OPD”, it is known among enthusiasts that “Dig It”, which is not recorded in each “KUM BACK” item and has a longer recording time than the later completed version “GET BACK”, is recorded. However, the acetate was made in early May 1969. At this point, the content was almost close to the completed version “GET BACK”, but one of the parts that wasn’t there was the long “Dig It”. The other is a long recording of the scene after finishing “Get Back”.
Unfortunately, the actual acetate made by Johns in early May has not been excavated. Also, “O.P.D.” had the big drawback that it contained only the Lch sound of the original stereo mix. So, the Dig It part that was recorded only on the same board is from the acetate of “Beatles Sunday”, the intro of Get Back is from the acetate of Mark 1, and even then, only the chat part after the Get Back performance is the movie “LET IT BE” (Or “GET BACK” to be released next month), the unprecedented novelty of restoring Get Back Mark 2 by patching from the so-called monaural Nagra sound source and without the drawback of missing one channel. I summarized it in the concept. In other words, it is a complete reproduction of acetate, which was the basis of “O.P.D.”.
While there is a theory that John was the cause of the acetate spill, which was mentioned in this official liner (and he didn’t deny it), it was probably this version that he gave to the journalist. maybe.

And on the 3rd and 4th sheets, “GET BACK” of each age is recorded this time as well. Both adjusted the pitch that was slightly slow. In addition, the equalizing has been redone slightly, and both have increased warmy. Also, for the 1970 version, at the end of the performance of “Let It Be”, the reduced sound of the keyboards was distorted (please listen carefully to the left channel), and the part where the lingering sound was slightly lacking was repaired. By adjusting the pitch accurately, the running time recorded on the tape box of the existing album master and the disc 4 of this board are exactly the same (see the inside of the jacket for the photo of the tape box), and the maniac It’s a point, but I hope you can understand from this that we have made a thorough review that goes beyond mere recurrence.
Ironically, with the realization of this official release, the 69th and 70th editions have become necessary as materials. Moreover, it was mentioned in detail how important Glyn Johns played in the liner notes, but the convenience of this title is that it covers the acetate that appears there. If you listen to it while reading it, you will be fully immersed. Due to this situation, the recurrence was inevitable … For you who are not satisfied with the official!beatles-definitive-get-back1.jpg
beatles-definitive-get-back2.jpg
MARVINMARTIN, here you go — I think this is what you're looking for:

hxxps://mega.nz/file/z14ihDSY#dhOjMWCYGhf-t7I-ZGcgNCBg8yZu09Ns44tgPfnDfi4
THANKS SO MUCH!!!
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