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The Beatles1962-1966

Label:Apple Records – 0602455920539, Universal Music Group International – 0602455920539
Format:
3 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Mixed, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, Half-Speed Master, Red
Country:Worldwide
Released:
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Beat

Tracklist

A1Love Me Do (2023 mix) 2:22
A2Please Please Me (2023 mix) 2:01
A3From Me To You (2023 mix)1:57
A4She Loves You (2023 mix)2:22
A5I Want To Hold Your Hand (2023 mix)2:26
A6All My Loving (2023 mix) 2:09
A7Can't Buy Me Love (2023 mix)2:13
B1A Hard Day's Night (2023 mix)2:34
B2And I Love Her (2023 mix)2:31
B3Eight Days A Week (2023 mix) 2:44
B4I Feel Fine (2023 mix) 2:20
B5Ticket To Ride (2023 mix)3:11
B6Yesterday (2023 mix)2:05
C1Help! (2023 mix) 2:20
C2You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (2023 mix) 2:11
C3We Can Work It Out (2023 Mix) - from (2015 Mix) 2:16
C4Day Tripper (2023 mix) 2:49
C5Drive My Car (2023 mix) 2:28
C6Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (2023 mix) 2:05
D1Nowhere Man (2023 mix) 2:44
D2Michelle (2023 mix) 2:42
D3In My Life (2023 mix) 2:27
D4Girl (2023 mix) 2:31
D5Paperback Writer (2022 mix) 2:19
D6Eleanor Rigby (2022 mix) 2:08
D7Yellow Submarine (2022 mix)2:39
E1I Saw Her Standing There (2023 mix)
E2Twist And Shout (2023 mix)
E3This Boy (2023 mix)
E4Roll Over Beethoven (2023 mix)
E5You Really Got A Hold On Me (2023 mix)
E6You Can’t Do That (2023 mix)
F1If I Needed Someone (2023 mix)
F2Got To Get You Into My Life (2022 mix)
F3I’m Only Sleeping (2022 mix)
F4Taxman (2022 mix)
F5Here, There And Everywhere (2022 mix)
F6Tomorrow Never Knows (2022 mix)
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Credits

Notes

Gatefold sleeve + insert.

Remixed and Expanded: ‘Red’ has 12 additional tracks, including for the first time some of George Harrison’s earliest songs and some classic Beatles versions of R&B and rock ‘n’ roll hits that were so influential on the band.

The 3LP collection now contains 38 tracks. The set’s 12 newly added tracks are collected on its 3rd LP. With an insert containing new sleeve notes by journalist and author John Harris, the new 1962 – 1966 collection is a joyous celebration of The Beatles’ timeless musical legacy.

Half-speed master on limited edition red vinyl.
Sticker on shrinkwrap Made in Germany.

Matrix numbers are hand etched in the runout area. Plating marks like '1I+', '1Iᛚ', '1=X','1=⊥', ' 1=-' and '⋀+⋁' are mirrored.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned hype sticker): 602455920706
  • Barcode (Text hype sticker): 6 02455 92070 6
  • Label Code: LC 01846
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BN96725-01 A1 5592057 1I+ MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BN96725-01 B1 5592057 1Iᛚ MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BN96728-01 A1 5592058 1=X MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BN96728-01 B1 5592058 1=⊥ MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): BN96729-01 A1 5592059 1=- MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): BN96729-01 B1 5592059 ⋀+⋁ MILES.ABBEYROAD1/2SPEED.ROOM30
  • Rights Society: SDRM/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 628)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
1962-1966 (2×LP, Compilation, Stereo)Apple Records, Apple Records, EMI Electrola, EMI Electrola1 C 188-05 307/08, 1C 188-05 307/308Germany1973
1962-1966 (2×LP, Compilation, Gatefold)Apple Records, Apple Records, Apple Records5C 184-05 307/08, 5C 184-05307, 5C 184-05308Netherlands1973
1962-1966 (2×LP, Album, Compilation, Stereo)Apple Records, Apple RecordsPCSP 717, OC 192 o 05307-8UK1973
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1962-1966 (2×LP, Compilation, Stereo, Gatefold)Apple Records, Apple Records1J 162 - 05.307/8, 1 J 162 - 05.307/8Spain1973
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1962-1966 (2×LP, Compilation, Repress)Apple Records2C 162-05.307/8France1973

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Reviews

  • drgn238's avatar
    drgn238
    Money Money Money !!! Another marketing ploy ! Milking a DEAD horse ! How much more can be squeezed ?
    Apple Records & Universal Music Group International again together !
    How about 4 lp's together ( or more ) next time ?
    It must have been never enough , looks like !
    Pitty on you , you are & will be always beggars yearning for more !!!
    • barnettiuk's avatar
      barnettiuk
      Rush job.
      Why were the jackets not redesigned to accommodate 3LPs properly? Two records in one pocket? C’mon, this is a premium product…..
      Why is the running order not chronological? (Evidently they ran out of time)
      She Loves You is disappointingly dull- the top on the drums is mixed right down.
      The omission of Rain is downright criminal.
      That said- the material is great of course, and some of the remixes are spectacular.
      Such a shame it’s a bit of a botched job.
      • RememberWalter's avatar
        Hmmm… very different from my 73 uk. I think the clarity makes it an interesting listen. The drums and bass sound pretty cool. But the vocals loose a lot of energy from the separation and the Meticulous attention on clarity. I can only say that this reworking somehow lacks the excitement and energy of the originals. It is fun to admire the musicianship , but the attitude suffers. To me it seems they took a lot of high end off the vocals to smooth them all out.
        • Marco-Van's avatar
          Marco-Van
          I have to admit I was sceptical about using AI to reproduce these songs. I’d streamed Love Me Do and not been hugely impressed. Anyway I took the plunge using an unexpected gift to fund it and I’m glad I did… because these new versions are extraordinary. It was a lot of fun to listen to songs that I love a lot like I Feel Fine, Day Tripper and Paperback Writer these really cook… but also songs that I didn’t care for like Yesterday also have new depths which for me make them much more engaging than I previously found. The pressing quality is excellent, silent vinyl and no other surface noise to speak of.
          • professorlacroix's avatar
            Excellent pressing, super clean. These new mixes will undoubtedly be debated ad nauseam. Nobody's wrong or right, it's just a matter of preference. I think they sound fantastic - great low end, detail and space, with none of the harsh mid-range buildup and distortion of the originals. BYO poly-lined inners - otherwise, no notes. Stellar set.
            • plwalker's avatar
              plwalker
              Personally I think the new mixes are really good and the vinyl is pretty loud (someone said it was quiet). Very good pressing and packaging.
              • Idodeboer's avatar
                Idodeboer
                How are the dynamics of the vinyl record compared to the 2014 AAA ones?
                • picdisc65's avatar
                  picdisc65
                  This isn't a review of the release, merely a comment. I bought both the 'Red' and 'Blue' digitally remastered coloured vinyl issues from HMV in the UK on the day of release (February 1994). They were £8.99 each. Yesterday, I saw this new issue in HMV. Yes, it's now 3 records instead of 2. Price? £74.99. That's all I wanted to say.
                  • Kolphted's avatar
                    Kolphted
                    Edited 3 months ago
                    I have to disagree with people who don’t like the new remixed tracks. While maybe some of the early songs, most notably “She Loves You”, lost the power of the original mono versions, other tracks such as “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” kick ass like never before. The bass and drums are now louder in the mix which is a very good thing. It’s amazing what they could do with technology considering the limitations of the original recording. Some things like the heavy compression on the bass guitar are unfixable, but the songs that had such awkward stereo mixes originally, sound beautiful, and also are audibly superior to the remixes that were done for a lot of these songs for the album “1”. Get a physical copy for the best experience and TURN IT UP. Your mind could quite possibly be blown.
                    • lswerner's avatar
                      lswerner
                      Vinyl is dead quiet. No background crackle, no clicks, no pops, no visible blemishes on any of the 6 sides. As 72 year old person who has all the original UK and US 1st mono and stereo pressings, I really enjoyed how this mix brought out two simultaneous lead guitars on left and right channels on several songs from Help and Rubber Soul era. John's acoustic strumming on Help sounds more natural on the right speaker than I've ever heard it before. True stereo version of Love Me Do. sounds great. I've always preferred the Stones to the Beatles, but this pressing brings new life into old familiar music. Long live Rock N Roll.

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