Revolver (2022 Mix) - The Beatles

Revolver (2022 Mix)

The Beatles

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2022-10-28
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • This Compilation ℗ 2022 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group)

Revolver (2022 Mix) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Taxman The Beatles 2:38
2
Eleanor Rigby The Beatles 2:06
3
I'm Only Sleeping The Beatles 3:00
4
Love You To The Beatles 2:59
5
Here, There and Everywhere The Beatles 2:24
6
Yellow Submarine The Beatles 2:38
7
She Said She Said The Beatles 2:36
8
Good Day Sunshine The Beatles 2:09
9
And Your Bird Can Sing The Beatles 2:00
10
For No One The Beatles 1:59
11
Doctor Robert The Beatles 2:14
12
I Want to Tell You The Beatles 2:27
13
Got to Get You Into My Life The Beatles 2:29
14
Tomorrow Never Knows The Beatles 2:57

Reviews

  • WOW

    5
    By Jerrey Smith
    The new mixes really give this classic album a new look. A great revive of a great album! Definitely a good listen for casual and hardcore listeners. I could not recommend this more!
  • Revolver 2022 Mix

    5
    By You #10 GI
    The reason to buy this new release is because Giles Martin and Sam Okell have utilized Peter Jackson’s de-mix technology to completely remix Revolver from the original four track tapes at Abbey Road Studios. Jackson’s technology has allowed Martin Okell to separate each instrument in the mix and create a completely new stereo remix of the album, I’ve only heard one song Taxman but if the rest of the album is anything like Taxman, this will be the best new Beatles release ever, I can’t wait to hear this.
  • Mostly good, but...

    4
    By That One Guy!
    This album sounds excellent with the drums, bass, and vocals FINALLY balanced well between the right and left speakers instead of one or the other. My only gripes with this new mix are "Yellow Submarine" and "For No One". Why, oh WHY are Yellow Submarine's drums almost completely panned to the left speaker??? It sounds terrible. And I'm glad the drums on "For No One" have been balanced, but the rest of the sounds are too jumbled together. It eliminates the space that used to exist in the song. But out of all the newly remixed albums, this one is probably the best! They just should have made sure the main drum beats, main bass lines, and main vocals were well-balanced between right and left speakers in every song. It's not hard to do.