Christmas came early for Beatles fans with cash. For me as a kid, buying the Beatles on vinyl was the way to go. At $3.98 for mono and $4.98 for stereo you could save up and get them all fairly easily. I’d save up a weeks worth of lunch money to buy mine as they were released. On November 13th, you’ll be able to buy the British Beatles catalog of albums on vinyl again – but be prepared to shell out a hefty chunk of change for each album, or a small fortune for the vinyl box set.
Shipping starting Nov. 13th, The Beatles Stereo Box Set will feature a limited edition collection of 16 remastered LPs and an exclusive booklet. The 14 titles (two are double LPs) will also be available individually.
Each is sourced from the original master tapes. Each title was then copied into 24-bit/192 Khz files and then cut to lacquer at Abby Road Studios. It was a painstaking process with maximum attention paid to every detail!
The price? About $23 for each single disc and $35 for the 2-disc albums. The box set will set you back about $450.
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