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The Remastered Catalog


For those of us wondering, "gee-I'd like to give the Fabs some more money that I don't have"-fear not, on September 9, 2009, we get the opportunity to invest in the catalog, for what I would suspect be at least the fourth or fifth time for some of us. We all bought at least 2 sets of most of the records and one set of CD's.

Now the whole deal is being remastered and we can get them again in two box sets-mono and stereo.

Sarcasm, aside I am glad to see the music remastered and look forward to hearing them.

Also the release date coincides with the release of the Beatles Rock Band.

This announcement comes just a few days after the mini-reunion of Paul and Richard.
Coincidence, no?

Apparently no bonus tracks will be included, however for a "limited" time, the box sets will have mini-documentaries on the making of each record on the CD's. I always liked Harry B's definition of "limited". If you purchase the product your funds will soon become "limited".

Damn, I always keep harping on the money.

I look forward to getting these really.
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 emoticon There was an article about this yesterday in the LA Times.
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 It also mentioned that since Ringo and Paulie got on so well in NY for the concert that Ringo will be playing drums on some Paul studio songs later in the year. Also read that a succesful Nashville songwriter said he had written a song with Rangworm and that Ringo called to tell him Paul would be playing bass on it!

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There's also a boxed set coming on the market.
No music, just the album covers, the artwork, inserts, etc. in lp size. All packaged individually and made to fit in a neat box for the coffee table. I would let soemone get it for me as a gift but will not purchase this myself.

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 I also stopped buying every book and such that comes out. Wears me out and my pocket book trying to keep up with it all!

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Marijuana use can have physical, psychological, and spiritual benefits:

PHYSICAL BENEFITS

The Physical benefits of marijuana are far-reaching, widespread, and long-term. Because of the way marijuana impacts the Autonomic Nervous System which expands the breath and relaxes the body, its potential for health and healing are enormous, and have been completely unrealized by Western Medicine. The following passages are excerpted from The Benefits of Marijuana: Physical, Psychological, & Spiritual:


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          The simultaneous opposing action of marijuana is akin to balancing our entire system. Such balance in the ANS can be understood as a charged equilibrium, which is defined as “well-being” experienced as physiological expansion and psychological contentment and responsible for health. (p. 29)

          The net effect is a highly functioning, yet relaxed, system with better fuel. This is why, with marijuana, the feeling is both relaxed and alert, which explains, in part, the experience of being “stoned.” Normally the body vacillates between the two opposing modes of being. The effects of the complicated marijuana molecule somehow actually integrate these two modes, simultaneously, as absolutely nothing else does. (p. 30)

          Although specific effects of marijuana in the body are well known, each has been taken in isolation without noting that both sides of the Autonomic Nervous System are conjoined. Instead of a perspective that sees the whole person and the simple holistic effect of marijuana, a myopic and reductionistic method of measurement has been employed, and marijuana’s profound meaning for health has been lost. (p. 31)

          Marijuana, by its effect on the ANS, enhances both sides of the brain. Through increased Sympathetic action, left brain perception is heightened, while, at the same time, right brain reception is enhanced. This is a physiological fact. More blood, and cleaner blood, is sent to the brain, as in the “fight or flight” reaction. And because of Parasympathetic dilation of capillaries, which signifies relaxation, the blood supply to the entire brain is increased. More blood means more oxygen and consequently clearer and broader thinking. Since marijuana works on both sides of the brain, the most noticeable effect, in our fast-paced mind set, is one of slowing down, which blends the thrusting competitive attitude with the contrasting viewpoint of nurturance to arrive at a more cooperative balance. This experience is, however, not innate to marijuana, but to the mental set of the subject. When we are mellow, tired, and relaxed, marijuana is energizing and affords alertness, determination, and even strength. This variation in the physiological effects has caused great confusion from an either/or framework. And the balancing nature of marijuana (both/and) has not been understood. It both stimulates and relaxes, simultaneously, which equates to an unpredictable variation in effect that is solely dependent on the state of its subject. When the system is sluggish, as with natives in warm climates (Africa, India, South America), marijuana has been used extensively and for centuries to energize it:

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 Danged sympathizer!

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Your just egging PC on when you post those types of things Tongs.

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maybe he thinks if people smoke more dope, they'll eat more gyros.
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 :handjob: My thoughts exactly.
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