BDJ's Cellar Full of Remixes
A Splendid Time.....
Here Comes The Sun (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 02:01 PM PST
We can now fully appreciate George's singing. The Moog Synthesizer comes in with a bang, and the acoustic guitar sounds lifelike.Because (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 01:56 PM PST
We scan through the channels and hear some beautiful vocals, and the Moog Synth. Still, the feeling lingers that Giles Martin could have done more with this track, e.g. separate the vocals more?You Never Give Me Your Money (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 01:52 PM PST
Listen to Paul's vocals up close. Double tracked. Then some honkytonk piano by George Martin. The rhythm guitar could be John,. the solo guitar probably George? Some nice aaaahh's and oooh's, followed by the countdown 1234567.Sun King (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 01:48 PM PST
Guitars on the brink of distortion, round bass, and heavenly voices. Of course, this track was popular on Love remixes as well.
December 07, 2019 01:44 PM PST
A lot of effort has been put in this short track; instruments and vocals are distributed over all channels.Polythene Pam (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 01:42 PM PST
The back up harmonies are super impactful. Ringo's drumming sounds uberloud. At the very end, you can hear (Paul) speaking,apparently, Giles Martin couldn't fix this speech leakage.She Came in through the Bathroom Window
December 07, 2019 01:38 PM PST
"Listen to that Mal"......Doubletracked vocals by Paul.Golden Slumbers (ATMOS Remix)
December 07, 2019 01:35 PM PST
This features great strings and horns. The backing vocals come out well, Ringo's drums pound away.The End (ATMOS mix)
December 07, 2019 01:31 PM PST
Ringo's drums sound bigger than ever before. The "Love You" chants at the end sound clearly from the rear surrounds.Abbey Road 50th CD3 Supplement
September 28, 2019 03:13 PM PDT
We have all now bought the 50th Anniversary Abbey Road box, and explored the 3 CD's.
CD's 2 and 3 contain the outtakes, and these are interesting.
With a little critical look, the outtakes would have fitted on a singe CD, which makes the harvest of new outtakes for Abbey Road rather meagre.
Therefore, we decided to produce more outtakes, by cleverly remixing the outtakes in the Abbey Road box. Here, we present the extra outtakes for CD3.
By interlacing the Fourier transforms through our proprietary spectral demuxers, we could isolate the instruments and obtain these additional tracks.
01 Come Together (Take 5): guitar, no drums
Once upon a time (or maybe twice) there were four magicians; and they made wonderful music, and called themselves The Beatles.
Tall, broad, and stout, with jet-black hair, unfailingly polite. Antecedents are vague, and never been heard to reminisce. Three wives live in harmony, the children are handsome and well-mannered. Q: Do you ever get lonesome, BDJ? A: Not with three wives and eleven children. Q: Whatever impelled you to settle here? A rather dismal world, on the whole, isn't it? A: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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