Sunday, October 28, 2007

Sgt. Pepper Deluxe Disc 6-Multitracks (Purple Chick [FLAC]

(New link)


Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
1: Applause and crowd noise
2: Backing track
3: Lead and backing vocals
4: Lead guitar and brass

With A Little Help From My Friends
5: Percussion, bass guitar, guitar
6: Backing track
7: Lead and backing vocals, organ
8: Backing vocals, guitar

She’s Leaving Home
9: Strings #1
10: Strings #2
11: Lead and backing vocals
12: Harmony and backing vocals

A Day In The Life
13: Piano and lead vocals
14: Guitar and tambourine
15: Jangle piano, orchestra
16: Bass guitar and drums

Full Multitrack Remixes
17: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
18: With A Little Help From My Friends
19: She’s Leaving Home
20: A Day In The Life
21: When I’m Sixty Four


ahoo5155 said...

Very rare! Many
Thanks for your great works!
Pleas post if you have Disc1-5.

John in DC said...

The link is now dead - any hope of a repost somewhere else?

John in DC said...

(Thanks by the way for sharing it in the first place.)

nose said...

please reupload :)

Anonymous said...

yes, please provide a new link!

William Eberwein said...

Please re-upload, or does anyone know where they can be found?

John in DC said...


Part 1 of 2

Part 2 of 2

(Lacks the remixes at the end.)

M. Lumpkin said...

they've been pulled again... tenacious.

bozak said...

dea dead dead...

anyone know where these are now?

M. Lumpkin said...

apparently this was first leaked to some radio shows. This is a sort of radio stereo podcast that has the tracks interspersed with the show. With a little creative .wav editing you can get what you want but sadly the MP3 encoding hurts the sound quality.

Serena said...

I am not sure what the situation is, but here it is again:

This could very well get deleted again, so grab it fast.


East Side said...

I downloaded the tracks, but Windows Media Player can't open them. What software do I need? Thank you!!

bozak said...

you need a flac player. toast works for mac. im sure you can find something

East Side said...

Thank you. Now, is there any chance these tracks are available on CD? I'd rather buy that then keep converting the original download to mp3. (I'm not as tech-savvy as a lot of people!)

Pat said...

Thanks so much for your hard work Serena. I only found out about the multitracks about seven hours ago and after several hours of searching came up with your website and am now listening to the tracks. I waited a lifetime for these! Cheers!

Alfie said...

Thanks for these absolutely stunning tracks!

Tomek said...

Could You repost it?
Please ;)

Serena said...

efp said...

like many before me, it seems this is what I've been looking for all my life. And sooner or later, all the rest will follow. Mind blowing!
Thank you so much...

mrdoug said...

dead link

Roby66 said...

Hi Serena,

Thank you for your wonderful blog.
May I ask you to re-post the volumes 1 to 5 please? I hope you can make me happy.
Greetings from Italy

NickTaxi said...

I love hearing mixing tapes!!! It's awesome!!!! It reveals each and every detail.Thank you very much for this upload!! If there are other parts it would be beautiful to have them;)

Apple said...

The Sgt. Pepper's unmixed tracks... This is THE holy grail of all rock music geekdom! (I think this even beats a finished SMiLE?) Thank you whoever you are for making this available!

Not only does this give insight & appreciation into the making of the album, it gives us music lovers a whole new Zaireeka-like way to experience it. And even though the final album is greater than the sum of its parts, the individual tracks sound SO good... It makes me wish the clarity of the individual tracks could be retained in the final mix. Maybe someone needs to develop a 8.1 (or 16.1) surround sound system for listening to these albums like this?

The only way this could be better would be to go one step further and get the pre-bounce tracks. But more importantly...
Someone please give us the remaining 7 songs. And while you're at it, how about Revolver, Rubber Soul, Magical Mystery Tour, the White Album, Abbey Road and all the rest?

Not to mention the Grateful Dead's "Aoxomoxoa" & "Anthem of the Sun" (you hear unmixed pieces in their "Anthem to Beauty" documentary and it sounds fantastic), Hendrix "Electric Ladyland" etc, and of course "Pet Sounds" and the original SMiLE sessions. And the Stooges "Raw Power" and Black Flag "Damaged". The list could go on forever... Release each one with an accompanying 33 1/3 book.

All great albums should be released in this format, I feel privileged to be able to hear this stuff... even if it's not the artist wishes (sorry guys you can't blame a fan for enjoying this, and I would pay for it if you put it on the market [at a reasonable price] )...

Alex [SFNR] said...

omg the link you posted is broken. Can you re-upload it? If you did that for me, I'd be forever grateful!