What is the next Beatles remaster?

What is the next Beatles remaster?

What is the next Beatles remaster?

With 50th anniversary expanded editions of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in 2017 and 2018’s THE BEATLES (aka the White Album), Beatles fans have now come to expect similar treatment of the rest of the group’s catalog. On August 8, 2019, it was revealed that Abbey Road will be next.

Was The Long and Winding Road released as a single?

‘The Long And Winding Road’ was released as a US single on 11 May 1970, with ‘For You Blue’ as the b-side. 1.2m copies were sold in the first two days, and it was The Beatles’ 20th and final number one single in America.

What Beatles songs were remade?

The Beatles

Song Year Original artist
“So How Come (No One Loves Me)” 1994 The Everly Brothers
“I Forgot To Remember To Forget” Elvis Presley
“I Got to Find My Baby” Chuck Berry
“Ooh! My Soul” Little Richard

Did The Long and Winding Road break up The Beatles?

By the time the public heard “The Long and Winding Road,” the Beatles were broken up. The song first showed up on the Let It Be album, which came out on May 8, 1970, in the U.K.; ten days later, it was released in the U.S. Between those dates, a 45 of “The Long and Winding Road” arrived on May 11.

Who remastered the Beatles albums?

The Beatles Remastered, Not Just For Audiophiles Diehard fans of The Beatles have been waiting for this moment for decades. On Sept. 9, EMI will release remastered copies of the band’s entire catalog, from 1963’s Please Please Me to the 1969 album Abbey Road.

Why did Paul McCartney wrote The Long and Winding Road?

One of the last Beatles songs, Paul McCartney wrote this based on tensions within the band. The road McCartney is talking about is the B842 which runs down the east coast of Kintyre and on into Campbeltown near his Scottish farmhouse. >>

Why did Lennon and McCartney fall out?

On the evening of May 9th, 1969, at a recording session at Olympic Sound Studios, Allen Klein waited outside while Lennon, Harrison and Starr, at his behest, demanded that McCartney sign a three-year management deal with Klein immediately. McCartney wouldn’t do it.

Did Lennon and McCartney reconcile?

They began to reconcile during Lennon’s ‘Lost Weekend’ period. From the summer of 1973 to early 1975, Lennon disappeared into a creative and outrageous period of his life dubbed his Lost Weekend — which included an accidental reconciliation with McCartney.