The Beatles - White Power (The Most Updated Unpolitically Correct Beatles Album) album
Title: White Power (The Most Updated Unpolitically Correct Beatles Album)
Style: Beat, Pop Rock
Date of release: 2018
Size MP3: 1367 mb
Size FLAC: 1938 mb
Format: AA TTA RA ASF VOC VQF AUD
The Beatles make direct reference to Enoch Powell in the lyrics and copy his tirade speech word for word in the early version of "No Pakistani" as they did in "Commonwealth" and "Enoch Powell" which eventually became "Oh Darling". White Power" "White Power" is no different in that it was an exercise as much as "dig it" was but this tune is drawing from newspaper articles of the day.
9, the Beatles are re-releasing the album originally titled The Beatles but commonly called The White Album. Martin told Billboard with projects like the Pepper and White Album sets the emotions of the fans are being heard. The passion that people have for the Beatles, you know, it's something, you know. When my dad was on his deathbed, which he spent a long time on them, and my dad was such a nice man. And I said to him, 'I really want to say this.
The Beatles’ studio sessions for The BEATLES (‘White Album’) began on May 30, 1968 at Abbey Road Studios. In the 20 weeks that followed, The Beatles devoted most of their time to sessions there for the new album, with some recording also done at Trident Studios.
White Album’ Presented with New Mixes in Stereo and . Surround Audio; Expanded with Previously Unreleased Demos and Session Recordings. This is the first time The BEATLES (‘White Album’) has been remixed and presented with additional demos and session recordings.
The Beatles (Apple SWBO 101). Whatever else it is or isn’t, it is the best album they have ever released, and only the Beatles are capable of making a better one. You are either hip to it, or you ain’t. The impact of it is so overwhelming that one of the ideas of the LP is to contain every part of extant Western music through the all-embracing medium of rock and roll, that such categorical and absolute statements are imperative.
In an interview with DIY Magazine about his new album Egypt Station (published yesterday), Paul McCartney confirmed what was rumoured to be happening – a 50th anniversary reissue of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’. Paul was asked if he had finished preparing the 50th anniversary package of the 1968 double album and responded by saying It’s all in place, I’ve just got a couple of essays.
The White album follows Sgt. Pepper, with its brilliant psychedelic cover. One can’t help but think that Richard Hamilton’s plain white cover was a response to that sleeve and everything else regarding Beatlemania excess. Inside it was another story. This isn’t just a copy of the White Album, this is Lisa Epstein’s copy, whoever that is. I’m connected to a stranger, and that’s pretty cool. She hurt the monetary value, though. Raised letters on the cover.
The BEATLES (White Album) was the first Beatles album to be released on the group’s own Apple Records label. Issued in both stereo and mono for the . and in stereo for the . the double album was an immediate bestseller, entering the British chart at number one and remaining there for eight of the 22 weeks it was listed. The White Album also debuted at on the . chart, holding the top spot for nine weeks of its initial 65-week chart run.
The highly anticipated Beatles’ White Album reissue will arrive on Nov. 9, complete with new mixes and previously unheard demos and session recordings. The release comes almost exactly 50 years since the Beatles' self-titled LP first appeared and went on to become better known by its unofficial name. In November 1968, millions of double LPs were shipped to record stores worldwide ahead of that tumultuous year’s most anticipated music event: the Nov.
|A1||Negro In Reserve||0:44|
|A4||Commonwealth / Enoch Powel||4:06|
|A5||Get Off / White Power||5:59|
|B2||I've Got A Feeling / I Had A Dream This Afternoon||4:34|
|B3||I've Got A Feeling||4:02|
|B4||Do Not Forsake me, Oh My Darling||1:23|
|B5||Get Back (Geh Raus)||9:26|
|B6||Clair Obscur Toundra||2:50|
NotesBlack vinyl version.
Side A and side B track 1 are from the Twickenham Sessions, January 1969
Side B tracks 2 - 5 are from the Apple Studio sessions, January 1969
More details on each track can be found on the images.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): WP 5177-1
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): WP 5177-2