I can only guess. The mono mixes were the definitive mixes, so there should be no differences in subsequent releases. However, early stereo records (not just the Beatles') were mixed to show off that the record was indeed stereo, and that the buyer did not waste the extra dollar purchasing the stereo version of any given album. There was a greater amount of difference between channels then than there was in later years.
I suspect that the later stereo releases of Beatle albums sounded closer to the mono than the original stereo LP releases.
Fiendish Thingy: Thanks Bobber. I'm good thanks. Quiet on here for the last few months. I see Al has gone all 'Facebook' and is attracting new members. No bad thing. Are you going to the annual Beatleweek in Liverpool this year? Not long now 10 weeks or so. See you there?
Jun 21, 2019 10:44:22 GMT
Mr Kite: I`ll see you there F.T.
Jun 22, 2019 21:53:51 GMT
Bobber: Not sure. It's an expensive trip for me plus I'm starting a new job around that time.
Jun 25, 2019 11:06:14 GMT
Amadeus: Hey all. Not been frequenting here very much lately. Between burying people, helping sick people and feeling crap myself, Me and Mrs. A. have been weighed under. Hoping to get a bit more out of that rut so I can focus back on the fun things I used to focus
Jun 26, 2019 19:56:52 GMT