Saturday, 5 September 2009

Label mistake on MMT Remaster


The remasters have now been received by the newspapers for review, and at least one mistake has been reported. The disc art on the Magical Mystery Tour erraneously lists the Let It Be documentary, instead of what is really on the disc: The Magical Mystery Tour documentary, of course. The mistake is probably on all commercial pressings of this disc, as well. Also, reviewers have noted that sounds made by mistake in the recording studio have been removed. For instance, if you listen closely to the end of A Day In The Life on the 1987 CD as the sound of the final crashing piano chord fades away, you can hear what sounds like someone rising from a chair. That sound is no longer on the track.

4 comments:

Pablo Esteban Toledo Oñate said...

i think this is a fake, ´cos the "remasters" are exactly like the original´s UK LPs ... and, why this is a Capitol miniCD?

Peerke said...

Hello Pablo,
Let me answer this question. In the UK MMT was released as a double EP. In the US the extended play format no longer was in fashion. So, Capitol took those five songs, added some singles and released it as an LP. This is the album that is presented today as a cd. So, I guess the Capitol label is the way to go, in this case.

pichon64 from Uruguay said...

Regarding the 'chair sound' at the end of 'A Day In The Life', check carefully the right channel at the end of the song... You can hear the chair faintly. Maybe they lowered it, but it's still there.

Roberto said...

I just checked the stereo remaster of "A Day in the Life" and the chair's sound is still there....