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  1. https://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/the-beatles-the-singles-collection/ The Beatles / The Singles Collection 23 seven-inch singles in a box • Cut from original mono/stereo tapes Apple Corps and Universal Music will issue The Singles Collection in November, a new Beatles box set that gathers all of their seven-inch vinyl single releases together in one box set. The package gathers all 22 UK singles from the original era with their respective B-sides (or AA-side in the case of some). The exception to this is 1995’s ‘Free As A Bird’, which is the 23rd and final seven-inch included in this package, but becomes a double A-side with 1996’s Real Love. The original B-sides of those two Anthology-era singles – ‘Christmas Time (Is Here Again)’ and a live recording of ‘Baby’s In Black’ – are ignored). The EPs aren’t included in The Singles Collection, so no ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ or ‘Long Tall Sally’, for example. Every single here reached number one in the UK charts, except ‘Love Me Do’ (#17), ‘Please Please Me’ (#2) ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’/’Penny Lane’ (#2) ‘Something’ (#4), ‘Let It Be’ (#2), Free As A Bird (#2) and Real Love (#4). To make things interesting these seven-inch singles will use various international cover art, so the ‘Love Me Do’ sleeve is from the USA, ‘She Loves You’ from Germany and ‘Ticket to Ride’ is from Sweden (‘Free As A Bird’ had the same artwork everywhere). Each seven-inch single is pressed on heavyweight vinyl (incorrectly described as “180g” by the label) and these are “newly cut for vinyl from their original mono and stereo master tapes” by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios. NEWS The Beatles / The Singles Collection October 16, 2019 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1960s, The Beatles 23 seven-inch singles in a box • Cut from original mono/stereo tapes Apple Corps and Universal Music will issue The Singles Collection in November, a new Beatles box set that gathers all of their seven-inch vinyl single releases together in one box set. The package gathers all 22 UK singles from the original era with their respective B-sides (or AA-side in the case of some). The exception to this is 1995’s ‘Free As A Bird’, which is the 23rd and final seven-inch included in this package, but becomes a double A-side with 1996’s Real Love. The original B-sides of those two Anthology-era singles – ‘Christmas Time (Is Here Again)’ and a live recording of ‘Baby’s In Black’ – are ignored). The EPs aren’t included in The Singles Collection, so no ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ or ‘Long Tall Sally’, for example. Every single here reached number one in the UK charts, except ‘Love Me Do’ (#17), ‘Please Please Me’ (#2) ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’/’Penny Lane’ (#2) ‘Something’ (#4), ‘Let It Be’ (#2), Free As A Bird (#2) and Real Love (#4). To make things interesting these seven-inch singles will use various international cover art, so the ‘Love Me Do’ sleeve is from the USA, ‘She Loves You’ from Germany and ‘Ticket to Ride’ is from Sweden (‘Free As A Bird’ had the same artwork everywhere). Each seven-inch single is pressed on heavyweight vinyl (incorrectly described as “180g” by the label) and these are “newly cut for vinyl from their original mono and stereo master tapes” by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios. The front cover of this box set is consistent with previous packages like the 2014 The Beatles in Mono vinyl box and this comes with a 40-page booklet with notes by Kevin Howlett. Sadly, in this rather vinyl obsessed age, this singles box set isn’t being issued on CD. I doubt it was even considered but a set with Japanese style 3″ CD singles would have been cool. The Singles Collection will be released on 22 November 2019. This is described as a ‘limited edition’ box although we don’t know how limited it is. The Singles Collection seven-inch singles box 1962 [SLEEVE ART: U.S.] 1 A: Love Me Do 2 B: P. S. I Love You 1963 [SLEEVE ART: CHILE] 1 A: I Want To Hold Your Hand 2 B: This Boy 1963 [SLEEVE ART: GREECE] 1 A: She Loves You 2 I’ll Get You 1963 [SLEEVE ART: ITALY] 1 A: Please Please Me 2 B: Ask Me Why 1963 [SLEEVE ART: NORWAY] 1 A: From Me To You 2 B: Thank You Girl 1964 [SLEEVE ART: AUSTRIA] 1 A: Can’t Buy Me Love 2 B: You Can’t Do That 1964 [SLEEVE ART: HOLLAND] 1 A: A Hard Day’s Night 2 B: Things We Said Today 1964 [SLEEVE ART: SWEDEN] 1 A: I Feel Fine 2 B: She’s A Woman 1965 [DO DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: FRANCE] 1 A: We Can Work It Out 2 A: Day Tripper 1965 [SLEEVE ART: BELGIUM] 1 A: Help! 2 B: I’m Down 1965 [SLEEVE ART: SPAIN] 1 A: Ticket To Ride 2 B: Yes It Is 1966 [DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: ARGENTINA] 1 A: Eleanor Rigby 2 A: Yellow Submarine 1966 [SLEEVE ART: TURKEY] 1 A: Paperback Writer 2 B: Rain 1967 [DOUBLE A-SIDE / SLEEVE ART: AUSTRALIA] 1 A: Strawberry Fields Forever 2 A: Penny Lane 1967 [SLEEVE ART: MEXICO] 1 A: Hello, Goodbye 2 B: I Am The Walrus 1967 [SLEEVE ART: WEST GERMANY] 1 A: All You Need Is Love 2 B: Baby, You’re A Rich Man 1968 [SLEEVE ART: JAPAN] 1 A: Lady Madonna 2 B: The Inner Light 1968 [SLEEVE ART: SOUTH AFRICA] 1 A: Hey Jude 2 B: Revolution 1969 [SLEEVE ART: DENMARK] 1 A: Get Back 2 B: Don’t Let Me Down 1969 [SLEEVE ART: ISRAEL] 1 A: Something 2 B: Come Together 1969 [SLEEVE ART: PORTUGAL] 1 A: The Ballad Of John And Yoko 2 B: Old Brown Shoe 1970 [SLEEVE ART: UK] 1 A: Let It Be 2 B: You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) 1995 / 1996 [EXCLUSIVE DOUBLE A-SIDE SINGLE / SLEEVE ART: WORLDWIDE] 1 A: Free As A Bird [1995] 2 A: Real Love [1996]
  2. ajjajajja genial! ¿Alguien tomó fotos? para compartirlas acá amigos
  3. https://tonylevin.com/road-diaries/king-crimson-2019-americas-tour/santiago-show2
  4. Básicamente el mismo que el sábado (cambiando orden de canciones) en donde las diferencias fueron 'Frame By Frame', 'Elektric' y 'Lark's Tongues Part II'. El Sábado, en lugar de esas tocaron 'Suitable Ground For The Blues', 'Neurotica' y 'Pictures of a City'
  5. ¿Notaron que fueron muy similares los dos setlists?. Eso no pasó en otras ciudades. Por lo que tengo la tincada que van a lanzar algo oficial de Chile Cuando lanzaron en los 90s el disco en vivo en Argentina, compilado a partir de todas esas noches que tocaron allá, el set también fue bien similar noche tras noche
  6. Que notable que finalmente King Crimson estuvieron aquí Cuántos años de rumores, sueños, etc Llegó un momento en que "King Crimson en Chile" pasó a ser un mito urbano casi como "Pink Floyd en el Valle de la Luna". Pero finalmente se hizo realidad! Ojalá se venga un lanzamiento oficial.
  7. https://tonylevin.com/road-diaries/king-crimson-2019-americas-tour/santiago-show1?fbclid=IwAR1mn4GEBhDC9NjifUHMc3BDzIlV_EYBdPWZwzSMhBGbU5fA0ZVjG5e5vYM
  8. REALMENTE ÉPICO, EXTRAORDINARIO, FENOMENAL Faltan palabras, de verdad Para los que ayer no fueron, VAYAN COMO SEA HOY. Será la experiencia de sus vidas, que se arrepentirán el resto de sus días si no van !!!!
  9. Cómo se hacen en los conciertos en Gran Bretaña. Excelente! No entiendo por qué cresta acá se hacen a las 21:00 o incluso 22:00 horas, siendo que ya está de noche hace rato. Y más aún, en un reciento como el Movistar Arena, el cual es techado Si empiezan a las 20:00 horas, tendrán más tiempo para extenderse y tocar, sin que termine tan tarde.
  10. Si eso ya se re contra sabe. Creo que todo el público nos portaremos bien, y nadie se intentará "hacer el vivo" para empezar a filmar y tomar fotos durante la performance
  11. Y llegó el momento histórico amigos! ¿Quiénes van mañana? A ver si hay alguna previa o algo.