I agree BlueMeanie Mono and Stereo would be great.
I agree with you guys too. The Bee Gees were re-releasing their earliest albums last year, and Reprise did an amazing work.
Now with the Beatles, to include the mono and stereo versions is a little complicated. Not for the earlier albums - I mean, between Please Please Me and Magical Mystery Tour their albums' length was under 40 minutes, so in a 80-minute CD the two versions of the albums would fit perfectly.
But, what about the White Album? Its length is 94 minutes, so could only fit on a 3-CD set, but now the question is - how to deal the material ??
This is a project:
CD 1 - Stereo sides 1, 2, 3
CD 2 - Stereo side 4 // Mono sides 1, 2
CD 3 - Mono sides 3, 4
There's no many other options. I guess that's the better one. But it still looks horrible, right?
About the other albums, as far as I know there were not alternate mixes for the mono edition of Abbey Road or Let It Be.
In the other hand, we also need first CD releases of some classic Beatles albums. Of course, the #1 The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl. But also the Love Songs and Rock'n'Roll Music Top 10 smashes, Live at the Star Club 1962. Reel Music and The Beatles Ballads could be really good options. What you think?