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Does LOVE count as a album?
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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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I dont think anything that George Martin didn't produce is there.

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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 baby.george-martin

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Why did George Martin use predominately late era recordings?

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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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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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@Von Bontee said
Exactly, this is just a semantic issue. It's not one of the canonical studio albums, but it's got their name on it, and it's got actual Beatles recordings on it, so it's a Beatles album. Simple as that.  Whether or not any surviving Beatle (or Beatle-widow) had ANY input as to the contents or assembly or packaging is irrelevant.  

So does that mean that Everyday Chemistry counts as a Beatles album?

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William Shears Campbell said

So does that mean that Everyday Chemistry counts as a Beatles album?  

No, because nobody who had even slightly any association with the Beatles (or EMI... or Capitol... or Apple... or Vee-Jay... or Sony/ATV... or Harrisongs...) had anything to do with the album. 

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@Necko said

No, because nobody who had even slightly any association with the Beatles (or EMI... or Capitol... or Apple... or Vee-Jay... or Sony/ATV... or Harrisongs...) had anything to do with the album.   

But he was saying that the people who made it didn't need any association to the Beatles, it just had to be music that they recorded.

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What @Von Bontee was suggesting, I think, @William Shears Campbell, was that, whether The Beatles approved or not (though we know they and their representatives did)), the music contained was by The Beatles and it was an official release.

Everyday Chemistry falls down on the score that it was an unofficial fan remix of negligible quality.

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@Ron Nasty said
What @Von Bontee was suggesting, I think, @William Shears Campbell, was that, whether The Beatles approved or not (though we know they and their representatives did)), the music contained was by The Beatles and it was an official release.

Everyday Chemistry falls down on the score that it was an unofficial fan remix of negligible quality.  

Oh, okay I understand now.  I just got a bit confused.

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