Ringo Starr Is Pleased With Remastered White Album

Beatles legend Ringo Starr is pleased with the remastered White Album and has expressed his thanks for Giles Martin, the producer of the remastered Beatles album. When told that the new remastered version of the 1968 LP has made it possible for his fans to hear his drumming more clearly, Starr said, “I have to pay Giles extra for that.” Starr was speaking in an interview with Rolling Stone. “”Yer Blues” is my favorite, only because of we were in a 10-foot room, not that huge room at EMI. And we were like a band again, you know – like a little club band,” he said. “But “Long, Long, Long,” I was talking to Olivia [Harrison, George’s wife] about this. Before, “Long, Long, Long” was actually just part of the album. But with the remaster, it is sensational. So beautiful – it’s very moving. And I didn’t think we got that a hundred years ago, when we made it.” The Beatles had released a reissue of their self titled album, better known as White Album on November 9, to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The Beatles (‘White Album’) has been remixed and presented with additional demos and session recordings. The album’s 30 tracks were mixed by producer Martin, who handled last year’s Sgt. Pepper reissue, and mix engineer Sam Okell in stereo and 5.1 surround audio. It includes 27 early acoustic demos and 50 session takes. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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