This 59-Year-Old Unknown Beatles Record Holds the Secret to Success

And Clickbait Alert: “It’s not what you think!”

Bjorgvin Benediktsson


Image by Dall-E, who thinks there are six people in The Beatles. AI still has a long way to go before it takes over the world…

The Beatles were ALL I listened to when I was in middle school.

The first Anthology album came out in 1995 when I was ten years old, and from then on, I couldn’t get my hands on more Beatles fast enough.

Whether it was a song, a movie, or a musical analysis by an Icelandic biographer, if it had “The Beatles” on it, I wanted it.

So when I listened to the remixed “1962–66” and “1967–70” Beatles albums, they blew my mind.

In case you didn’t know, these “remixed” albums were done with “voodoo*” separation technology that allowed them to create better separation between instruments, even those that had been bounced down together to a single track.

Being able to hear the separation between the instruments in such detail was amazing to hear, and there were parts in certain songs I had never heard before.

What The First Appearance of The Beatles Tells You About Success

Funnily enough, the new technology doesn’t just enhance the tracks, but it also brings out any mistakes they made in their performances.



Bjorgvin Benediktsson

I write about music, creativity, and entrepreneurship. My new book, You Get What You Give, is out now. Grab it here: