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THE BEATLES ----- ABBEY ROAD ----- OVP = ORIGINAL VERSIEGELT = FACTORY SEALED !! ----- EINE ORIGINAL VERSIEGELTE MFSL-LP/RECORD-JAPANPRESSUNG !!(FIRST-MFSL-JAPANPRESSING-SERIES) ----- ORIGINAL MFSL-HALFSPEED-PRESSING - MADE IN JAPAN ----- MASTERING BY STAN RICKER AT MOBILE FIDELITY SOUND LAB IN USA ----- LIMITED EDITION ----- OUT OF PRINT ----- TRAUMHAFTER KLANG !! ----- PERFECT SOUNDING !! ----- ( ..... OVP = ORIGINAL VERSIEGELT = FACTORY SEALED !! / ...... ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING USA (FIRST-MFSL-JAPANPRESSING-SERIES) / ...... AUDIOPHILE HALFSPEED-JVC-JAPANPRESSUNG / ..... ORIGINAL AUFNAHMEN 1969 BEI EMI-ODEON-PARLOPHONE RECORDS IN ENGLAND(U.K.) / ..... ORIGINAL RECORDING 1969 BY EMI-ODEON-PALOPHONE RECORDS IN ENGLAND(U.K.) / ...... ORIGINAL MASTERING BY MOBILE FIDELITY SOUND LAB IN USA / ...... LIMITED EDITION ..... LONG-OUT OF PRINT!!...... DIESE SEHR WERTVOLLE MFSL-LP/RECORD IST EINE NOCH ORIGINAL VERSIEGELTE, RARE, AUDIOPHILE MFSL HALFSPEED-LP-JAPANPRESSUNG UND WURDE NOCH NICHT GESPIELT !! (OVP = ORIGINAL VERSIEGELT = FACTORY SEALED !!)...... TRAUMHAFTER KLANG !! ...... MFSL-LP/RECORD-HALFSPEED-JAPANPRESSUNG(FIRST-MFSL-PRESSING-SERIES) ----- MADE IN JAPAN ..... EINZIGES EXEMPLAR IN MEINER GEPFLEGTEN, ANALOGEN, PRIVATEN ORIGINAL-MFSL-LP/RECORD-SAMMLUNG = ONLY ONE SAMPLE IN MY WELL TENDED, PERSONAL, ANALOGUE ORIGINAL-MFSL-LP/RECORD-COLLECTION (ONE EXEMPLARY !!) ...... VERY-HARD-TO-FIND-WORLDWIDE IN THIS - FACTORY SEALED - QUALITY !! ...... )

************************************************************************************************* The Beatles – Abbey Road Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – MFSL 1-023, Capitol Records – MFSL 1-023 Series: Original Master Recording Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo Country: US Released: Jan 1980 Genre: Rock Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock Tracklist A1 Come Together Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 4:16 A2 Something Written-By – George Harrison 2:59 A3 Maxwell's Silver Hammer Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 3:24 A4 Oh! Darling Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 3:28 A5 Octopus's Garden Written-By – Richard Starkey 2:49 A6 I Want You (She's So Heavy) Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 7:49 B1 Here Comes The Sun Written-By – George Harrison 3:04 B2 Because Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 2:45 B3 You Never Give Me Your Money Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 3:57 B4 Sun King Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 2:31 B5 Mean Mr. Mustard Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 1:06 B6 Polythene Pam Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 1:13 B7 She Came In Through The Bathroom Window Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 1:58 B8 Golden Slumbers Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 1:31 B9 Carry That Weight Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 1:37 B10 The End Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 2:04 B11 Her Majesty Written-By – Lennon-McCartney 0:23 Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Distributed By – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Licensed From – Capitol Records, Inc. Copyright © – Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Credits Engineer [Thanks to, Uncredited] – Geoff Emerick, Phillip McDonald* Lacquer Cut By [Runout Etch] – SR/2* Photography By [Photographs By] – Iain MacMillan Producer – George Martin Remastered By [Half-speed Mastering] – Stan Ricker Notes Original master recording, remastered edition of the 1969 album. Mobile Fidelity's first Beatles release. Yellow banner at the top cover "Original Master Recording" White Mo-Fi label has the Capitol C logo. Early pressings came with a posterboard fold-out insert protecting the LP. On one side is a description of Mo-Fi's background called "An Audiophile's Dream Come True!" and the other side "Superdiscs Supertapes Superstars Super Quality" Later inserts had a photo of historical-looking figures holding up Mo-Fi LPs stating "Limited Editions From the Original Masters" Some later copies have a posterboard 4 page b&w foldout insert: front cover reads "Original Master Recordings" at top with an image of a man's back looking at the cover of the Beatles' White Album Original Master Recording. Page 2 has "What Is An Original Master Recording?". Page 3 has a catalog of LPs and cassettes. Back cover has UHQR and Geo-Disc information. The LP itself is translucent (hold it up to a bright light and you can see through it) and it comes in a paper-line rice paper sleeve. Pressed in Japan. Recorded in England. © 1979 Runouts: Entire string is stamped, with the exception hand-etching of "SR/2" and the # in the following part of the string: "MFSL-1-023 - $#" (where $ is an letter that is also stamped). Barcode and Other Identifiers Rights Society: BMI Matrix / Runout (Label A): MFSL 1-023 A Matrix / Runout (Label B): MFSL 1-023 B Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Runout side A ): MFSL1-023 - A5 SR/2 151 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B1 SR/2 111 ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A5 151 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Runout side B): MFSL-1-023 - B3 131 ✣ SR/2 Matrix / Runout (Variant 3: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A6 161 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 3: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B6 161 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 4: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A12 SR/2 1 1 2 1 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 4: Runout side B): MFSL-1-023 - B5 SR/2 1 5 1 ✽ Matrix / Runout (Variant 5: Runout side A ): MFSL1-023 - A3 SR/2 1 3 1 ✽ Matrix / Runout (Variant 5: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B5 SR/2 1 5 1 ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 6: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A11 SR/2 1 1 1 1 ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 6: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B2 SR/2 1 2 1 ✽ Matrix / Runout (Variant 7: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A5 SR/2 1 5 1 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 7: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B7 SR/2 1 7 1 ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 8: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A9 SR/2 1 9 1 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 8: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B8 SR/2 1 8 1 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 9: Runout side A): MFSL1-023 - A12 SR/2 1 1 2 1 ✽ Matrix / Runout (Variant 9: Runout side B): MFSL1-023 - B6 SR/2 161 ✽ Matrix / Runout (Variant 10: Runout side A): MFSL-1-023 - A10 SR/2 1 1 0 1 ✽ ✣ Matrix / Runout (Variant 10: Runout side B): MFSL-1-023 - B2 SR/2 1 2 1 ✣ ************************************************************************************************* Aufnahemn vom 22. Februar 1969 bis 20. August 1969 in den Abbey Road Studios, Olympic Studios, und Trident Studios. Erstveröffentlichung September 1969. "Abbey Road", das vorletzte Album der legendären Pilzköpfe, erschien erstmals 1969 und wurde immer wieder neu aufgelegt. Inoffiziell ist "Abbey Road" der letzte Akt der Ära Beatles - "Let It Be" wurde vorher aufgenommen, allerdings erst mit dem gleichnamigen Film 1970 veröffentlicht. Wieder mit dabei war George Martin, der schon Hitalben wie "Rubber Soul", "Revolver" und "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" produzierte. Ergebnis sind perfekte und harmonische Arrangements. Nicht unerwähnt bleiben dürfen natürlich "Come Together", "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" sowie "Something", die einen sehr starken Eindruck hinterlassen. Aber auch Stücke wie "Oh! Darling" und "Because" beeindrucken durch zauberhafte Gesangsharmonien. Das Medley auf der zweiten Seite besteht aus bruchstückhaften und unvollendeten Einzelsongs von McCartney und Lennon. "Sun King", "Golden Slumbers" und die ergreifende Schlusshymne "The End" zeigen sich von ihrer schönen Seite. Ein wahrer Klassiker, der in keinem Plattenschrank fehlen darf. ************************************************************************************************* TRACKLISTING: ......................... 1 Come Together ................... 2 Something ......................... 3 Maxwell's Silver Hammer ......................... 4 Oh! Darling ......................... 5 Octopus's Garden ......................... 6 I Want You (She's So Heavy) ......................... 7 Here Comes The Sun ......................... 8 Because ......................... 9 You Never Give Me Your Money ......................... 10 Sun King ......................... 11 Mean Mr. Mustard ......................... 12 Polythene Pam ......................... 13 She Came In Through The Bathroom Window ......................... 14 Golden Slumbers ......................... 15 Carry That Weight ......................... 16 The End ............................ ************************************************************************************************ The Beatles last days as a band were as productive as any major phenomenon that was about to split up. After recording LET IT BE LP, the group held on for this ambitious effort - an album that was to become their best seller. On Side One, all four Beatles contribute with John Lennon’s hard rocking COME TOGETHER and I WANT YOU SO; George Harrison’s SOMETHING; Ringo’s OCTOPUS’S GARDEN and Paul McCartney’s MAXWELL SILVER HAMMER and OH DARLING complete this first side. A series of long fragments edited together in a sweet form dominates Side Two. Songs like George Harrison’s HERE COMES THE SUN, BECAUSE, SUN KING, MEAN MR. MUSTARD, POLYTHENE PAM, CAME THROUGH THE BATHROOM WINDOW, NEVER GIVE ME YOUR MONEY, GOLDEN SLUMBERS, and the fitting end to The Beatles last cut forever - THE END have a way of taking you in, up and out. You can feel your energy level rise as you listen to these songs and when you hit the crescendo, they take you down gently. ABBEY ROAD has to be one of the great classic rock albums of all-times. This is one album that Beatles fans will want to add to their album collection as it shows what a force The Beatles were in rock and roll. *************************************************************************************************** ABBEY ROAD, recorded in the summer of 1969, was the last album recorded by the Beatles (LET IT BE was released in 1970, but recorded in early '69).The Beatles: Paul McCartney (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass); John Lennon (vocals, guitar, keyboards); George Harrison (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Ringo Starr (vocals, drums, percussion).Personnel: Paul McCartney (vocals, guitar, piano, bass guitar); John Lennon, George Harrison (vocals, guitar); Ringo Starr (vocals, drums); Billy Preston (organ); Mike Vickers (Moog synthesizer).Liner Note Authors: Alan Rouse; Kevin Howlett.Recording information: EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England.Photographers: Ian MacMillan; Ian MacMillan.After the laborious disorganization and infighting that characterized early 1969's LET IT BE sessions (as famously captured on film), the fractious four were willing to let George Martin take the reins and to work with him as a cohesive unit for the much more succinct production of their (and the decade's) swan song, ABBEY ROAD. The superb performances make the album an artistic high point for all members of the group. Paul McCartney inspired the suite of songs that begins with "You Never Give Me Your Money." Often thought of as two long medleys, the songs that fill most of the second half of ABBEY ROAD segue seamlessly into one another, but are programmed as separate CD tracks. George Harrison had his first A-side on a Beatles' single ("Something"); John Lennon contributed a pair of heavy rockers ("Come Together" and "I Want You"); and Ringo Starr's "Octopus's Garden" was a favorite with children. .......................... *************************************************************************************************** ********************************* ♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♫ *************************************** The until-recently-defunct "Mobile Fidelity Labs" audiophile album vinyl pressings were not only analogue, audiophile masterpieces and connoisseur delights, they have become true pieces of audio history and lore. These majestic recordings received a meticulous and laborious treatment like no other recordings in the entire history of the recorded sound. They are characterized by the massively extended dynamic and frequency range, mastering from the very first generation of original master tapes, almost compulsive attention paid to the detail and integrity of the pressing, and the highest quality of the material (only the "virgin-", audiophile-grade vinyl was used, and most of the titles were pressed by RCA/Victor and/or Warner-Pioneer corporations of Japan, both known for their near-obsessive attention paid to the fine sonic detail and audio craftsmanship); a special proprietary technology was used to achieve analogue-like, warm, translucent, radiant, vivid and all-encompassing sound. To this day, many of these recordings remain unsurpassed, delivering music reproduction as close to the actual recording session as possible, without any loss of musical information inherent in the standard practice of mastering from the inferior "production" copies. EVER SINCE THE MOBILE FIDELITY SOUND LABS TEMPORARILY CLOSED IN DECEMBER OF 1999 (ONLY TO REOPEN IN 2003), THESE RECORDINGS HAVE BEEN ESCALATING IN VALUE AND DEMAND. *********************************************************************************************** DAS AMERIKANISCHE LABEL MFSL(MOBILE FIDELITY SOUND LAB) HAT IN DEN ACHTZIGER JAHREN WOHL WELTWEIT DIE BESTEN SCHALLPLATTEN (LP`S) PRODUZIERT.....IMMER IN LIZENZ NUR VON DEN ORIGINAL MASTERBÄNDERN.....UND IM HALFSPEED VERFAHREN.....IN EINEM HOCHWERTIGEN MASTERING MIT DEM BEST MÖGLICHEN EQUIPMENT .....DIE PRESSUNG ERFOLGTE IN JAPAN AUF FEINSTEM VIRGIN VINYL(SUPER HIGH DEFINITION VINYL)......DAHER DER EINZIGARTIGE KLANG DIESER AUFNAHMEN......SOMIT AUCH TEURER ALS NORMALE LP PRESSUNGEN.......MFSL-LP´s SIND UNTER SAMMLERN UND MUSIKGENIESSERN WELTWEIT SEHR BEGEHRT UND SEHR GESUCHT.......!!........ALLE LP`s BEFINDEN SICH IN DEM MFSL EIGENEN HOCHWERTIGEN ANTISTATISCHEN INNERSLEEVE UND SIND DURCH DEN MFSL EIGENEN PAPPSCHUBER ALS VERSTÄRKUNG ZUM SCHUTZ DER LP`s AUSGESTATTET...!!..... **************************************************************************************************

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