Album · 2006 · 4 Songs. More By Pretty in Stereo. See All. We Don't Need to Whisper (Digital Version).
on backcover, second on label, third on spine. The stereo pressing really shines on the more immersive parts of the album, especially on the track "Transparent Radiation" and some of the Free Form Freakouts. This gives the album more edgy, novelty LSD hysteria vibe with its often excessive tape manipulation brought out stronger
The Beatles in Mono is a boxed set compilation comprising the remastered monaural recordings by the Beatles. The set was released on compact disc on 9 September 2009, the same day the remastered stereo recordings and companion The Beatles (The Original Studio Recordings) were also released, along with The Beatles: Rock Band video game. The remastering project for both mono and stereo versions was led by EMI senior studio engineers Allan Rouse and Guy Massey.
Life in Mono is the third studio album by English pop singer Emma Bunton. The album was originally set for a November 2006 release in the UK, however it was later pushed back to 4 December 2006. Much like her previous album, Free Me, the album experiments with elements of 1960s pop music. For this particular album the musical arrangement was more directed towards 1960s French pop music, with some elements of British 1960s pop and Motown.
Tracks count: 4. Views: 3. Pretty in Stereo - Fade 03:44. Pretty in Stereo - OCD 03:17. Pretty in Stereo - Okay 03:26.
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The Stereo Box collects the stereo versions of all the albums and adds a DVD gathering all the short documentaries in one place. In Mono- limited, but it's not exactly clear yet how limited- is more of a specialty item. Yellow Submarine, Abbey Road, and Let It Be were never mixed for mono, and are not included, but the set does include a 2xCD set called The Mono Masters with mono mixes of most of the singles included.
ABKCO Records will next month release The Rolling Stones in Mono, a 15CD and 16LP box set of all mono studio recordings released by The Rolling Stones. This collection brings together 14 studio albums plus Stray Cats, a newly compiled collection of songs from singles and EPs issued in the 1960s. The Rolling Stones in Mono 16LP box set. The Rolling Stones in Mono was mastered by engineer Bob Ludwig. For the project he utilised Direct Stream Digital (DSD) transfers from the original master recordings, with a sampling rate of 2,822,400.
In Mono includes every Stones album from 1964’s self-titled debut to 1969’s Let It Bleed as well as some of the most epochal 45s of the age, via a nifty 24-track compilation called Stray Cuts: Come On, Satisfaction, Paint It, Black, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Honky Tonk Women. Or to put it another way: here is a concise history of rock’s second decade, for a measly 120 quid. By the late-60s, you could reasonably argue that stereo techniques had improved sufficiently to warrant your owning Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967), Beggars Banquet (1968) and Let It Bleed in both iterations. It features profiles of the Stones’ ugly-beautiful mugs in all their early surly magnificence, and not a jot else.
- Artwork By [Cd Design / Layout] – Lynn O`Briskie
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Cassandra Clawson
- Drums – Jodi Joy
- Engineer – Pretty In Stereo
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Christine Fullwood
- Photography – Christine Fullwood, Natalie Poole
- Producer – David Harris (tracks: 1), Pretty In Stereo (tracks: 1), Pretty In Stereo (tracks: 2 to 4)
- Vocals, Guitar – Natalie Poole
NotesRecorded at the Margarita Lounge, San Clemente, CA. and The Jungle Room in Burbank, CA.
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