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Does LOVE count as a album?
22 November 2010
Nowhere Land
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The CREeK said:

 Anyone else notice that Let It Be is missing from the LOVE album?


What about "Get Back?"

Or do you mean the song itself? 

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22 November 2010
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I dont think anything that George Martin didn't produce is there.

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22 November 2010
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vonbontee said:

I dont think anything that George Martin didn't produce is there.

That would make sense seeing as how this was his

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22 November 2010
mr. Sun king coming together
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Why did George Martin use predominately late era recordings?

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22 November 2010
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mr. Sun king coming together said:

Why did George Martin use predominately late era recordings?

Without seeing the Cirque du Soleil show, I've always thought that there was a sort of story to the way the songs were set up. It starts off with a guy from some era, maybe the 60's, who is caught up with all of these incredible things. He maybe tries drugs and experiences some fun things, like the I Want To Hold Your Hand song and the Drive My Car combination. But something happens to him and things get a little freaky like with the Mr. Kite song, then suddenly he needs Help! Someone is there to help him with the gentlest song ever with the Blackbird/Yesterday combination. I'm not sure what happens after that, but it ends up with All You Need Is Love. Or maybe I'm just looking too far into things.
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23 November 2010
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mr. Sun king coming together said:

Why did George Martin use predominately late era recordings?

Because there was more variation in the later songs and the individual parts were easier to extract.

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23 November 2010
Nicholaevna Romanov
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Has anyone seen teh Cirque show?

11 February 2013
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I have been lucky enough to see Love twice in Las Vegas.

The choreography/gymnastics set to the Beatles music is mind blowing and the sound is superb.


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