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Re: Best Post1970's Compilation

Posted by **Beatles Fan Robert** on Jul 6, 2017 at 4:22:20 PM:
In Reply to: Re: Best Post1970's Compilation posted by **Only Sleeping** on Jun 20, 2017 at 11:04:52 PM:

**I would have to go with the Yellow Submarine Songtrack. Great remastering/remix of some of the best of the late period (post-66). Not to LOUD! Masterful.
*Yeah it's a great improvement over the original Y.S.
*As far as compilations I think they all sucked except Rarities U.S. was good at the time

I liked the red/blue albums. I think I read once that each Beatle got to choose one side of each album. What I do know is that it was conceived by Allen Klein in order to milk the Beatles catalog at a time when they had already dissolved as a group. I believe there were some contractual obligations that had to be met, or something like that.

The others did not interest me in the slightest: I refer to Love Songs, the two Rock and Roll albums, Hollywood Bowl. I did like Rarities, bought it around the time it came out.

And, oh yeah, Hey Jude (the Beatles Again). Came out the same time as Let It Be, it gathered together all the songs not released on any album in the US up until that time. It was pretty good, as if you did not buy the 45s and lived in the US you would not have them.

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