Giles Martin, son of original producer Sir George Martin, is now readying the 50th anniversary edition of the legendary Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, which marks its milestone birthday on 1 June.
Giles Martin, son of Beatles producer George Martin and co-producer of much of the group's recent reissues, tells the BBC that 1968's "The Beatles", aka "The White Album", is next on the docket.
"There are so many takes of Sexy Sadie for instance".
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The seminal album will hit the milestone on June 1, with the record set to be specially reissued on CD and vinyl later this month to mark the anniversary. "The efficiency went slightly out the window". "So, it's getting the balance right of trying to provide people with what they want".
He added, "There's a lot of stuff".
The White Album was the Fab Four's first release on their own Apple label and was preceded by the million-selling single Hey Jude, backed with Revolution. Opening its doors on May 25, the shop will be located on 1 Matthew Street - the same street where the Cavern Club is located - until it closes on June 11.
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In addition to the multiple 50th Anniversary editions (from the obligatory remastered version to a 6-disc boxed set) to be released on May 26 (because whoever heard of an artist breaking with standard "Friday Release" protocol to celebrate a specific date?), there will also be a special little pop-up shop set up in the Beatles' home town of Liverpool.
"We didn't think, 'We'll keep it for 50 years and it will be in pristine condition.' Whoever gets it, it will have my fingerprints on it".
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