|09-01-2010, 10:30 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Here are a few of the most interesting anomaly's on beatle recordings as found on the What Goes On website
Right channel again, someone clears his throat, and then has a couple of quiet tries at the correct notes before singing "Paperback Writer".
Penny lane-There's a funny kinda mini crashing sound at 1:27,1:29,2:32.
A day in the life-John shouts out something at 2.45. just about audible in right ear phone
Paul totally messes up the bass line at the end of AYNIL from 3.13-3.18. This is one of the most obvious
Acc. To WGO John doesn't sing Baby you're a rich *** or fat jew. Personnally i think it's pretty clear that John sings, almosts shouts 'rich fat jew'. followed by some high spirted whooping from paul.
Back in the U.S.S.R-It sounds like somone saying 'guitar' in the style of a guitar at 00.08. or it could just be a guitar
Very interesting @ 1.18 on Carry that weight it sounds like someone's singing 'paul' instead of Boy. Having listend to it after reading this I'm pretty sure it's right. I've always noticed how loud Ringo's voice is on this song and it sounds like Ringo's saying Paul in this bit.
@ 2.30 on Come together someone says 'look out'. I can hear something being said but it's not clearly look out
@1.43 on Don't let me down John says 'believe me' although there's other suggestions. (see website) @3.22 he says 'can you dig it?'
@2.40 on Don't pass me by Ringo can be heard counting
acc. to the website @0.032 on Everybody's got...It sounds like he's singing 'monty' instead of monkey. It doesn't sound like that to me though.
Just after John sings Strawberry fields at the start of Glass onion somone, I think, Paul can be heard chirping up 'for evah'
@0.23 on good day sunshine the piano disappears for a bit. Then at 01.26 in the left ear phone you can hear somrone, I think John in his funny deep voice, say something possibly just reapating 'she's looking good' although there's other things speculated on the website
In got to get you into my life Between the start and 00.06 you can hear some voices in the left ear
ON Heleter skelter at 0.46,1.26,2.24, the reverb on Paul's voice drops out making it sound noticably differnt to the rest. @2.57-3.03 Paul says something which is very hard to discern but is apparetnly 'Paul says "Listen, shall we hear that, see if the [sings] eeee's onnn...", and then says (3:04) "Are you coming, son? I saw you do that you little bugger... (3:08) Put yer bloody hands on your head, c'mon".
On I'm lookng through you a tambourine can be heard being dropped at 1.20 and in the fade out George starts playing random notes!! This song is one of the most interesting on the website 'cause it's speculated that it was a solo recording by Paul.
You can hear John say 'ah paul' at 0.21 on Lovely rita
Someone, I think George, says 'yawn paul' @1.58 on I'm only sleeping
You can hear someone say/shout something @4.32 on I want you (SSH)
Someone says 'that's it' near the end of Revolution
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise):
In the introduction, John says something like "Look up, Byeee". An increase in hum is heard just before this as the faders open.
On mono versions, just before the band start, there is more talking, including what sounds like John saying "People City", just after the cluck.
Talking. These words occur pretty much on the kick drum double beats, most audible in OOPS.
1: "Plectrum" or "Playthrough" from Paul, on the snare beat.
2: "What?" from John.
3: "Blister" or "Twister" or "This one" from Paul.
4: "Aaah!" acknowledgement from John.
5: Paul sings something high pitched, sounds like "Pussy cat".
After Paul's "Wooo", John says "Paul, could you hold my guitar for me?" Also, a voice seems to sing a faint "Ser-geant Pep-per's BAND!" finishing on the final chord. Heard using OOPS.
Also Paul heard really going mad singing. On mono versions this is heard better, "We'll be back" or "We're the band", "the greatest band of all time".
|09-01-2010, 12:40 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
Took me five seconds to find.
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