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The Beatles - Acetates flac album

MP3 1843 mb. | FLAC 1981 mb. | WMA 1480 mb.

Performer: The Beatles
Title: Acetates
Released: 2002
Style: Beat, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: MP4 MPC AIFF AA WMA MMF AA

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Acetates are usually made by dubbing from a master recording in another medium, such as magnetic tape. In the vinyl record manufacturing process, an acetate master disc is cut and electroforming is used to make negative metal molds from it; each mold, known as a stamper, can be used to press thousands of vinyl copies of the master. Within the vinyl record industry, acetates are also used for evaluating the quality of the tape-to-disc transfer. They were once a favored medium for comparing different takes or mixes of a recording, and if pressed vinyl copies of an impending new release were not.

The English rock band the Beatles auditioned for Decca Records at Decca Studios in West Hampstead, north London on 1 January 1962. They were rejected by Decca which selected Brian Poole and the Tremeloes.

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The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.

The Beatles' "White Album" (the name was really "The Beatles") is a big, sprawling, messy mix of experiments, stripped down rock and moving acoustic ballads. It's the very sprawling quality that makes the album work so well. Yes, there will be some tracks that are better than others but, surprisingly, even the weaker tracks here work well when integrated with the great songs on the album. It's not here however and I'm not sure if it's because they couldn't find it or it doesn't exist any longer in the masters or acetates that EMI have. There are some demos here that didn't make the album for a variety of reasons including Lennon's "What's The New Mary Jane", "Child of Nature" (which Lennon would recycle for "Jealous Guy") and McCartney's "Junk" (an incomplete song at the time that McCartney would use on his first solo album).

To make the album, the rest of the tapes were given to Phil Spector, who worked on them with George Harrison and Ringo Starr. McCartney spent much of this period on his farm in Scotland recording the music that would become his first solo album, McCartney. The market was already crowded, particularly in America, where a compilation of Beatles singles, Hey Jude, had been released at the end of February and Ringo’s first solo album, Sentimental Journey, was to come out in early April. Both Harrison and Starr would later publicly say that all the Beatles had received acetates of the Spector mixes and that McCartney had okayed them.

The album was the first the Beatles undertook following the death of their manager, Brian Epstein, and the first released by their own record label, Apple. Originally entitled A Doll’s House, the title was changed when the British progressive rock band Family released the similarly titled Music in a Doll’s House earlier that year. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The Beatles is the ninth official British album and the fifteenth American album by The Beatles, a double album released in 1968. It is commonly known as The White Album as it has no graphics or text other than the band’s name (and, on the early LP and CD releases, a serial number) on its plain white sleeve.

With The Beatles shot to No. 1 in the Britain replacing Please Please Me and remained there for 21 of the 51 weeks it spent in the Top Twenty. The Making Of With The Beatles.


1-1 Bad To Me 1:32
1-2 One And One Is Two 1:56
1-3 Waltzing Matilda 0:36
1-4 12 Bar Original 6:45
1-5 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 2:13
1-6 A Day In The Life 4:22
1-7 Magical Mystery Tour 2:46
1-8 The Fool On The Hill 2:47
1-9 Blue Jay Way 3:30
1-10 Blue Jay Way 4:02
1-11 Your Mother Should Know 2:31
1-12 I Am The Walrus 4:35
1-13 Flying 9:41
1-14 Christmas Time Is Here Again 5:53
1-15 What's The New Mary Jane? 2:29
1-16 Goodbye 2:23
1-17 Something 3:21
1-18 I Me Mine 1:47
1-19 Kenny Everett 12:49
2-1 A Hard Day's Night 2:57
2-2 And I Love Her 3:10
2-3 If I Fell 2:28
2-4 Help! 2:25
2-5 The Night Before 2:42
2-6 I Need You 2:42
2-7 Ticket To Ride 3:15
2-8 You Like Me Too Much 2:46
2-9 Yes It Is 2:55
2-10 You Have To Hide Your Love Away 2:18
2-11 Another Girl 2:12
2-12 Your Gonna Loose That Girl 2:25
2-13 Get Back 2:48
2-14 Teddy Boy 5:54
2-15 Two Of Us 3:57
2-16 Dig A Pony 4:04
2-17 I've Got A Feeling 3:01
2-18 The Long And Winding Road 3:42
2-19 Let It Be 4:05
2-20 Don't Let Me Down 3:56
2-21 For You Blue 3:03
2-22 Get Back 2:55
2-23 The Walk 0:57

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Yellow Dog Records


Discs subtitled "Volume 1" and "Volume 2". Catalog number on discs: YD 080, YD 081.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): YD 080
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): YD 081