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Wow, this album is brilliant! Although I have the Red and Blue albums, I bought this one because I stumbled across ‘Should have known better’ on Youtube and was transported back to my childhood sitting in front of my parents’ record player. I’d forgotten all about this track and after a quick search found it on this album and decided to get it. I’m so glad I did because in addition to the well known songs, I’ve discovered some ‘new to me’ Beatles tracks which I’ve fallen in love with; particularly ‘I’ll Be back’. The CD has been on repeat since getting it. According to Google, this album was released in 1964; would have loved to be a teenager at that time and to know what it was like to hear this music for the first time. It must have been awesome!
There's very little that can be said about the Beatles that hasn't already be said and I guess that anyone buying this album will already know what a brilliant album this is. Other reviewers have offered opinions on the improved sound quality that the re-issues offer and I can't really add to that. One thing that I particularly like about the new CD format is, however, the packaging of the albums themselves...rather than a cheap looking plastic box with inlays, this comes in a really nice cardboard gate-fold, booklet style cover and is, in that regard, quite reminiscent of the 12" format (only much smaller, obviously). Also there is a certain uniformity to the packaging across the entire back catalogue - every album from Please Please Me through to Let It Be (the White Album notwithstanding, for obvious reasons) share certain design features, so if you buy the full set they look great on the shelf
This Album Is Great To Hear Once Again In Mono, Although I Do Have An Original 2nd Press Mono From 1964 But I Don"t Really Like To Play It Because I Am A Collector And I Want To Keep It In The Best Possible Condition That I Can ....All Collectors Will Understand What I Am Talking About, So Buying This Album Was A No Brainer For Me ( I"ve Played This But Only Once) , This Was The Beatles 3rd Album That Was Released Way Back On July 10th 1964 And Went To Number 1 Spot ( of course it did) And Stayed There For An Astonishing 21 Weeks Since It"s First Entry In to The Charts On July 18th 1964. Now This New Mono Remastered 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Re-Captures The Original Released Vinyl Perfectly , And It Sounds Great It Always Has Been A Fantastic Album ...Always Will Be, But To Hear Them So Clearly Is Just Amazing . Perfect Example Is The Percussion On AND I LOVE HER , Fantastic. The Sound Is Really Stunning And So Smooth That You Can Really Feel The Songs Enter Your Soul And Take Notice Of The Fine Beautiful Vocals Of Our Boys Singing Just To You, Even If You Were Not Even Born In 1964 This Will Make You Feel That You Were And Watching And Listening To The One And Only THE BEATLES. ......So What Are You Waiting For BUY THIS NOW.
There have been so many reviews about the music, which in my view is 5 star, such I do not have much more to say. This album was so popular and soon after its release every track on this album made its way onto the playlist of the AM pop radio stations. All the tracks would probably have been Number 1 in the hit parade. Such was the pulling power of Britain's number one pop group - although Rolling Stones fans might disagree. So enough said.
This is another really good pressing it was exceptionally well wrapped. I have now found an easier way to get the cellophane covering off by gripping the seams tightly with my thumb and pushing. The record cover looks exactly like the '64 original.
I inspected the record before playing it and I could see no scratches or imperfections and the spindle hole was centered perfectly. I didn't wash the record but cleaned it with a carbon brush.
The sound reproduction was gorgeous. I have not listened to a vinyl version of this album since the 70s. Most of these older albums would have been ruined by me and my friends from playing the records excessively on Dansettes. By the time we got round to buying half decent equipment in the mid 70s the records were wrecked. Someone borrowed my copy and never returned it.
Nowadays, we have got the double benefit of decent turntables and very good moving magnet cartridges. Our amplifiers and speakers have also improved no end. We can play perfectly pressed new Beatles LPs under the best of circumstances. I have never heard " A Hard day's Night" sounding so good on an LP: there was no wow or flutter and no mains hum or amplifier hum to mar the performance. There was hardly a snap crackle or pop and the tracks remained almost silent between the songs at the listening volumes that I use.
The bass reproduction was a bit weak but this is a feature of all the early Beatles LPs, otherwise the music reproduction sounded perfect. If you were to compare the newly remastered LP with a pristine copy of the 1964 original I doubt that you would hear a difference and this was the object of the exercise. So, it is worth the £25 asking price but if you look around in record shops you can probably find it cheaper still.
If you just love The Beatles music on vinyl then there is no need to use up all your savings to find a near mint copy of the 1964 pressing. £25 does it all for you. That is why The Beatles "A Hard Day's Night" mono vinyl LP gets 5 stars.
A Hard Day's Night is, I think, the best of the early period Beatles albums and sits smack iN the middle of the five releases that make up this section of their career. A "Difficult Third Album" this is not- Indeed they didn't really experience a "Difficult" phase until ...For Sale, later in 1964. No, AHDN is Beatlemania the album that is all you would need to play to a kid today who is just finding their way in the world to convince them that The Beatles fully deserve their Number One... ever status. Quite simply this is the perfect pop album. Two killer singles in the title track and Can't Buy Me Love and at least one single-that-never-was in Anytime At All. There isn't a filler in sight, everything is (If I Fell's vocal crack up aside) note perfect and superbly crafted. The essential early period Beatles album.
The Fab Four at their best. A timeless which i had when first released and now a trip down memory lane. As i grow older these track seem more meaningful. This is an excellent re issue of an old favourite, the film was good in its day but the songs remain fresh all these years on. I am gradually ireplacing my CD collection with Vinyl and this is a must have album.
The Beatles first (and best) movie encapsulates the whole mood of Beatlemania and it's all thanks to the wonderful songs contained on the soundtrack.From that unforgettable guitar chord which starts A Hard Days Night to Johns wheezy harmonica on I Should Have Known Better to Georges guitar break on And I Love Her to Pauls vocal on Can't Buy Me Love, everybody has a favourite moment and a favourite song contained on this stupendous soundtrack but it doesn't end there.Turn the album over and we get Pauls marvellous Things We Said Today and Johns You Can't Do That but my two favourites are I'll Cry Instead which shamefully didn't make the final cut of the movie and the closing track Johns wonderful I'll Be Back(surely one of the ten best Beatles songs ever written). A shamelessly perfect pop record.
The first thing you feel in trying to review the Beatles, is a humbling sense of inadequacy, that should command a silent awe and respect. We should really all just put our pens down and stand back from the wonderful mountain that is their music, for we can never hope to climb it. But here goes. I've always chosen A Hard Day's Night as my favourite Beatles LP, because on this I think they achieved everything. All the masterpieces to come, for all their greatness, never improved upon the simple beauty of A Hard Day's Night. They became more sophisticated, clever, more technical, imaginative etc., but the Beatles were never more expressive or truthful, and never quite distilled their art so simply and effectively. I love that period of the Beatles between their beat group origins and the studio years up to 1966; the two years of 1964-65 in which they grew from a hard-working and fully roadtested R+B combo into the greatest band that will ever be, writing songs of effortless beauty, youth and innocence, filled with the joy of living. Everything after was a bonus, but with A Hard Day's Night they'd already reached the summit; the pinnacle of their art. And then they stayed there.
Top album from the Beatles I have been listening to for 50 years and dont get fed up of hearing. These guys made music to last. The sound quality is amazing nearly as good as my stereo remaster 2009 CD. I tested this on a Sony HX500 HiRes turntable and compared it to a flac ripped from the CD. The only difference is it sounds more closer with it being Mono (LP) of course. The LP is a repro of the original front and back sleeves and even the record label is the same with the yellow Parlophone Logo only difference is the vinyl is much thicker and heavier and of better quality.