The long-awaited mono counterpart to the 16-LP stereo Beatles album collection of remasters issued in November 2012 is finally here – or at least will be on September 9th. The Beatles’ official website explains that while the Beatles in Mono CD box set was remastered with digital technology in 2009, the vinyl for the new […]
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Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. The 1986 Paramount Pictures film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off starring Matthew Broderick (as Ferris) ended up as one of the biggest selling movies of the year and yet did not have an official soundtrack release. With an all-over-the-map collection of songs heard in the movie to include […]
This week for the #askNat segment I’ve pulled up a message in my email that comes from Joe in Monroe, CT. Here is what Joe has on his mind: Hey I’ve recently become a huge fan of this site and enjoy listening to the BROW each week. Keep up the good work! Anyway I have […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. On October 17, 1963, The Beatles must have been thrilled to find that they now had 4-track recording capability for the first time. No longer would they have to record all instruments live in the studio. Even though they still did it that way from time to […]
It’s time for another week’s #askNat and I have an interesting question this week that comes from Michael Mincey of Texas. He says: Nat, While I’m grateful for The Beatles releasing so many albums, I’ve always wondered why they (and other bands) recorded so frequently. Was it in their contracts with record companies, the artistic flow […]
Hello and welcome to this week’s Beatles Rarity of the Week, affectionately known as the BROW in more familiar circles. What a big year 1963 was for The Beatles. It was the first year that the British Isles discovered that they had a hot new group on their hands. By May of that year, the […]