The Beatles ‎– Abbey Road

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Tracklist

Come Together 4:21
Something 3:03
Maxwell's Silver Hammer 3:27
Oh! Darling 3:27
Octopus's Garden 2:51
I Want You (She's So Heavy) 7:47
Here Comes The Sun 3:05
Because 2:46
You Never Give Me Your Money 4:02
Sun King 2:27
Mean Mr. Mustard 1:06
Polythene Pam 1:13
She Came In Through The Bathroom Window 1:57
Golden Slumbers 1:32
Carry That Weight 1:37
The End 2:20
Her Majesty 0:23

Versions (10 of 642)

Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Abbey Road (LP, Album) Apple Records PCS 7088 UK 1969
Abbey Road (LP, Album) Apple Records SO-383 US 1969
Abbey Road (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Apple Records PCS 7088 US 2012
Abbey Road (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Apple Records PCS 7088 UK & Europe 2012
Abbey Road (LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Apple Records C1 46446 1 US 2006
Abbey Road (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab MFSL 1-023 US 1979
Abbey Road (LP, RP, Pur) Capitol Records SO-383 US 1978
Abbey Road (LP, Album, Scr) Apple Records SO-383 US 1969
Abbey Road (LP, Album) Apple Records SO-383 US 1969
Abbey Road (LP, Album, M/Print, 1st) Apple Records PCS 7088 UK 1969

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MJJCN1432

MJJCN1432

October 16, 2019
referencing Abbey Road, Box, RM, Ann + CD, Album, RE + 2xCD + Blu-ray, Blu, 0602577921124
Why are the lyrics at the end of Come Together replaced by different takes? What's the point? The drums of I Want You (She's So Heavy) got replaced too, and therefore sound strengthless and horrible. Giles Martin might think he's done great job clearing the mistakes in the original mixes, but the background noises just get louder, the drums are sometimes distorted and move back and forth, left to center to right for no reason. Last but not the least, same old compression problem still exists. Each song sounds just S! T! I! F! F! Giles Martin, once again, ruined his father's work. I might just have to listen to the Kenny Saxton remix of the album to have the optimal experience.
sanch818

sanch818

October 15, 2019
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE, RM, 0602508048883

My copy has Made In Canada on the promo sticker as well as a sticker on the rear cover. Copy has the same catalog/bar code number listed here. I didn't see an entry for that so I'm assuming you would merge Canadian made copies here as well?
milena.rockets

milena.rockets

October 13, 2019
edited 3 days ago
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, RE, RM, 066 746446 1
Mine is definetely the 1988 remasterd edition (brazilian one), but the top right notes on the cover look a tiny bit diferent, it looks like this one has 4 lines written, mine only has 3. Also, this edition right there shows track 11. Her Majesty on the label and there actually is 11 tracks on the vinyl, but turns out the 11th is actually part of the 10th (The End). The cover, tho, does not mention the song.Just adding.
irvin-mora

irvin-mora

October 11, 2019
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, RE, RM, 180, 0602577915123, 7791512
My copy is just amazing , very quiet and well balanced. In this mix you can hear better all background vocal, however I felt a weird drum mixing, in come together they felt kind of flat.
bdaiker

bdaiker

October 11, 2019
edited 5 days ago
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, RE + 3xLP + Box, Ltd, S/Edition, Ann, 0602508007446
This pressing and release is honestly great. There was not a speck of dust or paper or extra wax on any of my three discs, there's no sibilance on the upper end and the deep end is low, booming, and rich. Huge soundstage, and even the sessions sound modulated in such a way that you really feel like you're in the studio and can hear George Martin through the speaker to the booth. It's really quite incredible, it all sounds so full and fleshed out. Lots of great details that you barely notice on older mixes. Super impressed with this release.
MrGonorrhea

MrGonorrhea

October 10, 2019
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Tar, B0030975-01

Oh my God. This pressing sounds absolutely amazing. I had a tear in my eye when I first heard it. The new mix sounds great on dead silent vinyl. Oh yeah and there's a t-shirt. That exists I guess.
vray

vray

October 9, 2019
edited 7 days ago
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, RE, RM, 180, B0030719-01
Listen to side 2 of the single LP done at QRP on a decent rig. There is a distinct and distracting “sshsssssk” noise throughout side 2. That sound is not to be heard on the Optimal pressing. Friend of mine bought several copies and has verified the flaw is on all of his copies. I hate to fork over nearly three times the price for an Optimal pressing, but I won’t pay list price for a pressing this noisy. I would encourage anyone who hears the side 2 flaw to return their copies. Maybe they’ll own up to the problem which can also be heard on several other recent pressings of note. QRP’s brag stickers promise “unmatched quality control” and claim to be “the world’s best pressing plant.” Not on this release.
djksette2

djksette2

October 9, 2019
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, Jac, SO-383
Also of note: Manufactured by Apple Records, Inc. is printed under both Produced by George Martin and Recorded In England on both sides of my copy.
Tropics9

Tropics9

October 8, 2019
edited 8 days ago
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, RE, RM, 180, B0030719-01
Mine was horrible in all regards as well (I like the mix, though). Took it back and bought the deluxe from Optimal. Yes it’s triple the cost but worth it as the bonus content is actually great and the quality is on the other end of the spectrum, up there with the best I’ve encountered.
jasonsouza77

jasonsouza77

October 7, 2019
edited 9 days ago
referencing Abbey Road, LP, Album, M/Print, 1st, PCS 7088
hi, does anyone have the ap8815 Japan beatles forever series with 2000 yen on the obi please? trying to figure out and collect and wish to know if all the 1st issues for the beatles forever series comes with a 2000 yen obi and 4000 yen for the white album. thank you