The Paul McCartney Project

The Beatles Christmas Album

Timeline See what happened in 2011
Publisher:
Remasters Workshop
Reference:
RMW 687
Sessions This album has been recorded during the following sessions

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

The Beatles Christmas Record

Written by Tony Barrow

5:03 • Studio version

Tony Barrow:
Producer

Session Recording:
Oct 17, 1963
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


2.

Another Beatles Christmas Record

4:07 • Studio version


3.

The Third Beatles Christmas Record

6:25 • Studio version


4.

The Beatles Fourth Christmas Record - Pantomime - Everywhere It's Christmas

6:36 • Studio version



6.

The Beatles 1968 Christmas Record

8:00 • Studio version


7.

The Beatles Seventh Christmas Record

7:56 • Studio version

About

Notes:

Vinyl transfer by beatlebren66, from the LP on His Master’s Choice HMC 012.

Declicked, pitch, phase and level corrected at Remasters Workshop April 2011.

This has got to be the quietest vinyl transfer I have ever heard, and for a bootleg vinyl pressing, this was nearly perfect. It won’t be obvious that what you are listening to is a record. Thanks to beatlebren66, we now have a digital rendering of The Beatles Christmas Album from a blue vinyl HMC package. I have no idea what source they used for the flexidiscs, but this is about the best I’ve ever heard them. All extraneous noises were removed, but noise reduction was not necessary.

For this edition, some work was done on a few passages that came in louder than the others, to match them with the levels of the surrounding audio. For instance, “TELL ME, are you enjoying the wine?” which was ramped down in volume by the compressor, is all at the same level as the rest of the piece now.


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