Here Comes the Sun indeed because The Beatles, Abbey Road is being reissued for its 50th anniversary.
The 11th album by one of the most influential rock bands in history will be mixed by Giles Martin, the son of the original producer of Abbey Road George Martin, and mix engineer Sam Okell.
The 50th anniversary of Abbey Road also marks the 50th year since an album cover revolutionised a simple zebra crossing in London into one of the most recognisable roads in history.
The reissue will feature a deluxe box set full of 23 new tracks of different demos on top of the original album and will come in a 100-page hardcover book full of interesting goodies for all you Beatles fans. The book will feature a foreword by Paul McCartney, an essay by music journalist David Hepworth about Abbey Road’s success, an introduction by Giles Martin and a written history by BBC producer, author and Beatles expert Kevin Howlett.
The anniversary edition is set to be released on September 27th and will be reissued in multiple forms. Along with the deluxe box set, there will be a 3xLP vinyl edition, a 2xCD edition or a 1xCD or 1 vinyl LP of the standard album featuring a new stereo mix of ‘Something’. You can find out more information on The Beatles official website here.
Today thousands of Beatles fan have come together to celebrate the glory of Abbey Road and soon you can too with this reissue.
But for now, check out the new demo version of ‘Something’ below: