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  • Summary: The 36 solo songs by the Beatles artist were selected by Yoko and Sean Lennon and were remixed from the original multi-track tapes. The deluxe edition of the compilation includes a 124-page book edited by Simon Hilton that features new interviews and previously unreleased photos.
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  • Record Label: Capitol
  • Genre(s): Singer/Songwriter, Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Album Rock, Rock & Roll, AM Pop
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  1. 90
    These now achingly familiar songs never sounded so good. ... An immaculately packaged, multi-format tribute.
  2. Nov 5, 2020
    80
    This open-ended offering brilliantly entices you to extrapolate meaning from it, to attach it to a time and space before letting it fully unfurl.
  3. 80
    Sonically, everything is slightly cleaner than before, with Lennon’s vocals made more prominent in the mix. But the difference will be most noticeable on expensive audio systems. The surround mixes bring a more expansive sound-field making it a reasonable upgrade for those interested. But for the rest of the earbuds-are-good-enough wearing public, this is a perfectly acceptable trawl through the solo Lennon catalog.
  4. Mojo
    Nov 5, 2020
    80
    Overall these "ultimate mixes" sound airy and punchy. [Dec 2020, p.96]
  5. Nov 5, 2020
    70
    Ultimate Mixes do deliver a state-of-the-art aural upgrade, which is a selling point for fans who have purchased this material before.
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