Many of the the Mac watch sites are reporting that Apple has launched a new channel dedicated to the Beatles:
Linked in with the commemorations on the weekend for the 50th anniversary of the band’s debut on American TV screens, if you have an Apple TV device you can watch the first Ed Sullivan Show performances of “All My Loving,” “‘Til There Was You,” “She Loves You,” “I Saw Her Standing There” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” on the big screen. The complete performance clocks in at just over 14 minutes. The Ed Sullivan recordings will be available for a limited time, according to the information on the channel.
There are also links to The Beatles U.S. Albums, available for purchase from the iTunes Store (of course!).
oh dear oh dear simple but MAJOR label text gaff again
IF as a company you are going to follow and use original UK EMI catalogue guidelines then why does the A side of the enclosed EP in the delux Revolver box set
which is a STEREO mix have a X 7XCE matrix info when to be 100% correct this must have a Y letter 7YCE to denote it’s a stereo mix this ALSO needs a sub ending text of 2 and NOT a 1 as this is a second 7″ stereo release of Paperback Writer/.Rain (The first being the Record Store Day limited edition release with a vile 1 1/2″ LH (large hole die-cut finish……this single did not show any 7CE matrix when it should have had 7YCE and a 1 to denote first stereo 7″ master) This X and Y mono and stereo wrong denotation continued on the limited stereo 7″ release Strawberry Fields/Penny Lane, not checked my 12″ edition of All You Need Is Love
These simple things make all the difference and an item perfect, and should have been right and known about… X or Y EMI matrix’ denotations (makes a big difference if you are a stereo nut, I won’t mention Sir Paul’s hissy-fit stamp feet over the UK Get Back single mix and BBC Radio 1 MEDIUM WAVE waving sound)