10 November 2009
13 September 2011
Sorry...Can't do it.
It's just not the White Album with only 14 tracks.
10 May 2011
COULD YOU MAKE ONE???!!!???
It has been already made, I'll upload it and put it over here so you and everyone can hear it; I'm actually making my version of The White Album; I'm currently mixing I'm So Tired with Paul more audible vocals from the mono version and some (partially) unused overdubs for the same song.
Finally, After struggling with the album, and had to remix around 40% of the album again because of sound and mixing errors, here's the Sour Milk Sea Outfake, stereo remixed & remastered by myself.
1 May 2011
1. Dear Prudence (clean intro)
2. Ob-la-di Ob-la-da
3. Sexy Sadie
4. I'm So Tired
5. Long Long Long
1. Don't Pass Me By
2. Cry Baby Cry/Can You Take Me Back
3. I Will
4. Why Don't we Do It In The Road
5. Yer Blues
(Total Running time: 44 mins)
No idea what to do with the remaining tracks. I suppose add them in with the 4 new yellow submarine tracks and put another album together. But not Revolution 9, it wouldnt fit.
1 December 2011
That's tough. I like more than just 14 of the White Album's songs. But, I'll give it a try.
1: Back In The U.S.S.R
3: Glass Onion
4: Obla Di Obla Da
9: Don't Pass Me By
10: I Will
12: Helter Skelter
13: Honey Pie
20 January 2012
I've been wondering about how that album as a single album for a while now. I've been playing around in iTunes trying to find a good tracklist. I will keep with the rules of the original post (14 songs...2 from George and 1 from Ringo) and this is what I came up with!
Obla Di Obla Da
Everybody's Got Something Hide Except Me and My Monkey
Don't Pass Me By
The 2nd side was harder than the first! I had to cut some of my favorites but I think this provides for a solid album! It flows very well. I just realized I have the 2 animal names and Sadie and Julia together! I like Ringo's song being last cause it's kind of saying 'Hey guys I wrote a song, don't pass me by!'
21 January 2011
Sorry there are more than 14 tracks here, but this would be my ideal "White Album":
3- Glass Onion
9- Don't Pass Me By
10- I Will
12- Mother Nature's Son
13- Helter Skelter
14- Long, Long, Long
15- Revolution 1
16- Honey Pie
17- Savoy Truffle
18- Good Night.
Interesting lists, people!
13 June 2012
This took some thought, but I believe this would've made a respectable album. It almost makes you wonder how many other songs may have been cut from previous albums. This mix of songs balances the John and Paul songs 6 and 6 with the two George songs, and with one of John's songs going to Ringo. (I thing Ringo would've given the Bungalow Bill song a Yellow Submarinesque spin which might have worked well)
The following people thank Spike Evans for this post:MrCleanMachine
12 April 2012
That's my White Album but i don't know a running order
Back In The USSR
Cry Baby Cry
Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Martha My Dear
Mother Nature's Son
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey
I didn't take revolution because a better version was released as a single. I think my 14 songs White Album doesn't miss many songs but of course I want to have every beatles songs so it wasn't a bad idea to release it as a double-album
3 May 2012
Had to think about this one but I think I know, here goes (in no particular order):
1.Hapiness Is A Warm Gun
2. Back In The U.S.S.R
5. I'm So Tired
8. Cry Baby Cry
10. Glass Onion
11. Revolution 1
14. Don't Pass Me By
''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''
22 July 2012
14 February 2012
01) Back In The USSR*
02) Dear Prudence*
02) Long, Long, Long
03) Martha My Dear
04) Honey Pie
05) Sexy Sadie
06) Helter Skelter
5 November 2011
24 July 2012
1 Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
3 Why Dont We Do It In The Road?
5 Revolution (single version)
6 Im So Tired
And then you wait like 5 or 10 minutes and all of a sudden!!!!!
11 October 2012
14 December 2009
Welcome, Mr. Mustard! You might want to think up a new name for yourself - there's already a meanmistermustard here (not to mention a Mrs.) and he's got seniority.
30 October 2012
It could do with a lot of songs taken off. If I had to pick 14 songs for one album...
(This isn't the order I would put them in, but it's the order in which they appear on the official album)
8. Yer Blues
11. Sexy Sadie
12. Helter Skelter
13. Long Long Long
14. Revolution 1
Yeah, I know, there's everything from Side 3. I think that it is the absolute highlight of the album. Not a single bad song.
Questo abrigado tanta mucho que can eat it carousel
14 April 2010
I think about this a lot. As I've written before, it always comes down to which songs to trim off.
Over the weekend I was listening to the album again and thought I was glad it was released the way it was. That is because 44 years later, we would all now be clamoring for the unreleased stuff to be released anyway.
I'm looking at you, meanmistermustard!
12 March 2010
Over the weekend I was listening to the album again and thought I was glad it was released the way it was.
It has been said before:
Trimming down the White Album??
I listened to it the last days in mono in the car, and apart from "Revolution" which I only heard once in completeness in my almost 40 year lifetime and can peacefully die without ever listening to it again, EVERY song has EVERY right to be there.
Wild Honey Pie??
Of course it's not DEEP or anything, but it sounds totally cool - and come on, it lasts 57 seconds or something. It's a joke, and it's a good one, because it doesn't get boring.
The other Honey Pie?
Brilliant piece of work from start to finish.
Don't Pass Me By doesn't drag so much in the original mono version, so it's still bearable.
This is a fantastic arrangement (yes, I still could have done with the high pitched sound at the beginning) and a really touching vocal performance by Ringo.
How can anyone consider this one out? Fantastic instrumental and vocal work. John was totally angry because he didn't take part in this, because this is a totally cool song.
All these songs make the White Album the stylistic tour de force it is, from the hardest hard rock (nothing the Who or the Stones ever did ever touched Helter Skelter) to the most heartfelt ballads (Julia, Blackbird, I will...) and everything between.
So if you feel obliged to butcher this masterful album by cutting away integral parts, feel free to do so.
Maybe you would even enjoy the Mona Lisa with the smile cut out.
But THEN put in the whole two disc set and enjoy the FULL ride!
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