If you haven't figured it out yet, you're in the middle of Beatles Week.
Or, more specifically, Beatles Year. Because 2009 is looking to be one of the biggest in the legendary rock band's history.
By now you've heard of the Beatles' Rock Band venture; it's a timely videogame venture that will likely introduce an entire new generation of young game players and budding music fans to the music of the Beatles, and it's big, big news.
But even bigger news--any way you look at it--is this week's reissue of the complete Beatles catalog in newly remastered versions. Consumers can now purchase all of the Beatles' albums either separately or in boxed set form; the boxed set format offers consumers either stereo or mono versions of their work and--especially in the latter case--has audiophiles the world over drooling.
In sequence of their original release, the classic albums include: Please Please Me, With The Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Beatles For Sale, Help!, Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour, The Beatles (The White Album), Yellow Submarine, Abbey Road, Let It Be and Past Masters.
Another highlight of the new reissues is the inclusion of 13 brief "mini-documentary" videoclips added to each reissue but Past Masters. The clips feature film footage, audio interviews and recollections by various group members, producer extraordinaire George Martin and much more.
Join us now as Maximum Performance features the mini-documentary that viewers will see when the purchase the Beatles' classic Let It Be album. And remember there's much more where that came from.