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 41 
 on: Yesterday at 06:49:59 PM 
Started by leafy - Last post by rab2591
Sorry if this has been posted before (I read most of the thread but might have missed something).  Will this ever be released in CD format?  And if not, does anyone know if you can copy it onto a blank CD or is it protected?  I don't want to make copies for friends or anything, I just still like to have actual CDs that I can play on my stereo.  I am technologically impaired.

And THANK YOU to the people who got this to happen.   

It's digital-only, as most of the "Copyright Extension" sets since 2013 have been.

You can take the downloaded tracks and burn a CD, yes. You can do that in iTunes, and surely many other programs as well. Having you own backup physical copy makes total sense.

Hey Jude or anyone else, is there any way to burn a disc from Spotify Premium or Amazon's music library?

If by Amazonís music library you mean streaming service I donít think you can (and neither from any streaming service like Apple Music or Spotify). If you do want to make a CD copy itíd probably be worth it to buy the album from iTunes or Amazon digital downloading service.

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 06:29:41 PM 
Started by Dave in KC - Last post by KC41
Iím guessing you looked at a secondary ticket seller site such as Stubhub.
Ticketmaster has the cheap seats for $ 96.

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 05:54:16 PM 
Started by leafy - Last post by SMiLE Brian
The version of Barbara Ann here is freaking awesome...sounds like something from the White Album

Yeah! My first thought was, "they could have had ANOTHER hit with this!" LOL
I was thinking "no way can this be 1967...someone spliced something in from 1977" the first two times I heard it LOL
The prototype for Love You was in 1967! Cool

Yeah pretty much
Funny how AGD's every "theory: about the BBs has been proven wrong with these releases.... Roll Eyes

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 05:48:54 PM 
Started by Dave in KC - Last post by SMiLE Brian
Save your money for Brian Wilson....

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 05:47:47 PM 
Started by Dave in KC - Last post by All Summer Long
Fell out of my chair just now trying to buy Eagles tix in Saint Louis. The cheapest seats in lousy sections are $287. Then add the massive extra fees attached. Just for fun I tried to get seats front and center row 11. They were $2,300!  Wonder what they will charge for the meet and greet? How many sold out Mike and Bruce shows would they have to do to equal what the Eagles make in one night? 

Even worse in Boston. Over $3000 for front row seats

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 04:32:41 PM 
Started by guitarfool2002 - Last post by HeyJude
"The Man With All the Toys" sounds pretty limp in stereo with the instrumental track mixed pretty low. It sounds punchier on the original mono mix, which I believe was used in the original circa 1990 Capitol CD.

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 04:27:34 PM 
Started by Rocker - Last post by HeyJude
And in the category of "attempted but abandoned archival releases", there's this from the 90s:




 48 
 on: Yesterday at 04:25:28 PM 
Started by Rocker - Last post by HeyJude


Mike Love

Have Yourself a Merry Little Xmas
Do You Hear What I Hear




Oh, did he record them? I vaguely remember him singing those on some TV special. Is that correct?


I *believe* all the Mike tracks were released on this:




 49 
 on: Yesterday at 03:15:17 PM 
Started by Rocker - Last post by Emdeeh
Al Jardine:
Big Sur Christmas

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 02:27:22 PM 
Started by leafy - Last post by All Summer Long
Sorry if this has been posted before (I read most of the thread but might have missed something).  Will this ever be released in CD format?  And if not, does anyone know if you can copy it onto a blank CD or is it protected?  I don't want to make copies for friends or anything, I just still like to have actual CDs that I can play on my stereo.  I am technologically impaired.

And THANK YOU to the people who got this to happen.   

It's digital-only, as most of the "Copyright Extension" sets since 2013 have been.

You can take the downloaded tracks and burn a CD, yes. You can do that in iTunes, and surely many other programs as well. Having you own backup physical copy makes total sense.

Hey Jude or anyone else, is there any way to burn a disc from Spotify Premium or Amazon's music library?

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