One is the tendency to play the spoken introductions to songs (from live shows) and then not play the songs
This is how the tracks are laid out on the live albums... the songs all start from the beginning of the music, so in the track previous, at the end, there will be cheering and then "and now we'd like to do something from the new LP..." If you have the time to, you know, go and digitally edit 75+ macca songs be our guest, I'm sure Mike would appreciate it.
The second thing is the tendency to cut off the ends of songs. I can understand fading a little early if the song fades anyway, but quite frequently I'll hear a song that has a great ending, only to have the ending cut off. I think Beatles (and Macca) music deserves a little more respect, don't you?
This is the software... unless you want long silent pauses (a no-no in radio) you err on the side of continuous play-- as tracks are varied as to what is at the end and how much wiggle room... again, feel free to edit the 800+ tracks on here to make them flow nicely.
Other than that I have no complaints.
Then please make a $$$ contribution.