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There was a moment when playing didn’t cost us anything and the band actually funded itself.
That was when we said, “Wow, it’s never going to get better than this!
Its a nice companion to the First Concert and Hollywood Bowl CDs in the Ebbetts collection."not that essential.
I have two different copies of the rooftop concert before I had this, and every one of the songs on LLL is on one or both of the two rooftop bootlegs i already had.
It's not tragic but I find it simply not enjoyable: too many EQ and volume fluctuations and still a lot of anomalies left...
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They're still my favourite Beatles concert recordings for the energy of their playing, and variety of the songs played (possibly also because the LP was among my first Beatles albums, second only to the red, blue, white albums and Sgt Pepper! The 30 October 1963 Swedish TV show comes next, but maybe more because of the vision. to those of you who thought I'd completely digressed! The hiss and the sonic anamolies are gone, but so is the entire top end! You have to wonder what the good Doctor could do with the Master Tapes.
) this one is third, both for the performance of some of the songs and its poignance ... Just compare this to the patchier recordings on "As Nature Intended," and you'll see what I mean. ) It's like watching some thrilling spectacle from the wrong end of the telescope--everything is flattened out and diminished. I hope the 2009 Remasters address all the short comings of the released CD's. First of all, this performance should be reproduced in stereo, not mono.
But the real disappointment is in the overall final quality.