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RE: The opening chord on A Hard Days Night...

No doubt -- I wasn't putting down the Parlophone issues at all, I'm sure they're worth the big money they command, it's just that the American Capitol issues have great sentimental value for me.

IMHO, beginning in 1965, the American Beatles LPs began to sound much better. Maybe George Martin and the Beatles themselves found out about the low quality of their American product and demanded better.

I thought the late 80s CDs were good and the recent ones even better, though none of them are what would ordinarily be considered "audiophile" quality, again IMO. A Hard Day's Night sounds pretty bad in every version I've heard.

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