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The album features studio and live recordings from 1962 that have not previously been commercially released. Sony reportedly released only 100 copies each of the four-CD-R "1962" set. The set was released only in Europe
As the 50th anniversary approaches of the release of the Beatles’ iconic self-titled ninth studio album, known as The White Album, the group announced on Monday that on Nov. 9 it will release a suite of lavishly presented packages. The album’s 30 tracks are newly mixed by producer Giles Martin, son of original album producer George Martin, and mix engineer Sam Okell in stereo and . surround audio, joined by 27 early acoustic demos and 50 session takes, most of which are previously unreleased
A 50th-anniversary reissue of the 1968 White Album by The Beatles has been confirmed by Paul McCartney after months of speculation. The double album, which is actually eponymously titled although widely referred to for its plain white cover designed by artist Richard Hamilton, was made after about 30 rough demos had been recorded at lead guitarist George’s Harrison’s suburban home in Esher, near London, in May, 1968. The quartet later worked them up in the London studio in a process that was far less harmonious.