The date 9/9/09 is a significant one for Beatles fans — it marks the long-awaited debut of the remastered catalog on CD. Ever since the original CDs were issued in 1987, public outcry grew for a much-needed sound restoration; now, fans can enjoy such classics as Rubber Soul, Revolver, and Abbey Road as they were meant to be heard.
Join Kit O'Toole as she explores the contents of the stereo and mono box sets, explains what “remastering” really means, delves into controversies surrounding the remastered catalog, and suggests additional CDs to supplement these albums. It's time to Meet The Beatles once more!
A side-by-side comparison of the 1987 and 2009 remastered CDs reveals hidden gems in familiar Beatles songs.
Store your Beatles remastered CDs in style while learning about the cover artwork and entire discography.
Go inside the remastering process to discover how The Beatles's catalog was completely restored.
Nine major issues surrounding the Beatles's remastered catalog are discussed by fans and experts.
While the remastered catalog encompasses all The Beatles's studio albums, several compilations fill in essential gaps.
After 22 years, The Beatles's albums finally receive a full sound makeover. Why should this matter to fans?