Hearing Aids To The Beatles Volume I

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About the author:
Jeffrey Aarons is a professional illustrator and has played guitar for over 45 years. Considering Jeff has listened to the Fabs since 1964 & saw them live in 1966, he has the unique tools necessary to critically analyze the most erudite aspects of Beatles recordings. Jeff resides in New Hampshire, his musical writings have been referenced in books and have appeared in numerous websites including "Those Were the Days", a site devoted to the famous blues rock trio, Cream, created by Graeme Pattingale, plus Jeff's illustrations on science and medical research topics have appeared around the world.
Mike Brown, who resides in England, is the compiler and author of the renowned Beatles website "What Goes On:The Beatles Anomalies List". He has spent 25 years listening to The Beatles plus many years analyzing and extracting the esoteric details of Beatles recordings for his website. He is also a talented musician and computer software engineer among the many skills he has. Mike's experience with collecting extreme anomalies and other Beatles recording details, provided an invaluable contribution to the book.

Hearing Aids To The Beatles Volume I

A Musician's Perspective

Authored by Jeffrey Aarons, Mike Brown
Edition: Second

This revised second edition of the book contains additional information and other improvements to the original text which is an esoteric study of The Beatles recordings and will transport the Beatle audiophile and musician back in time to the fall of 1962 through the summer of 1966 and help to visualize what transpired between the walls of Abbey Road EMI Studios, detailing who did the vocals, if they were single or double tracked, the number of harmonies, how many overdubs, how many instruments used and who played them based upon years of intense research but most of all listening to the Beatles historic recordings in minute detail. For the musician and Beatlephile reading this book, it will define what is occurring on each recording in a more cogent manner which will help to visualize the recordings as if you were dropping into EMI studios through a time portal.
The book is geared toward the musician, especially guitarists and those Beatlephiles who crave dissecting & analyzing the minutiae of Beatles recordings whether it's on vinyl, tape or the re-mastered CD collection.

Publication Date:
0692558055 / 9780692558058
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Music / Genres & Styles / Rock

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