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Old 09-17-2021, 05:47 PM   #61 (permalink)
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The pacing of the version from Smile Sessions makes it just a bit more perfect imo. Awesome tender performance though. Much love to Carl Wilson, but the version from Surf's Up doesn't have the same impact without Brian singing the whole thing.

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The pacing of the version from Smile Sessions makes it just a bit more perfect imo. Awesome tender performance though. Much love to Carl Wilson, but the version from Surf's Up doesn't have the same impact without Brian singing the whole thing.
I totally agree that Brian's versions are superior. Though only by a bit.

Actually the Smile Sessions version was the first one I've ever heard. Recorded that is. The first time I heard the song was in the Inside Pop: The Rock Revolutiondocumentary, and it made me look for it franticly right away.

I prefer the Wilson solo though. I mean the not-perfectness, the rawness of it is what truly takes me. I feel like I was just listening to someone going through some hardships or changes and just talking to me. Though that's obviously not the case, as Brian at the end is like "yeah, all right, let's see what that sounds like" with a most natural voice.

This version is also from the Smile sessions. Though maybe only on the expanded version, I can't remember.
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Unrelated (with a Scottish accent:



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The concepts of Good and Evil in The Lord of the Rings and the concepts of the Light and Dark Side of the force in Star Wars are uncannily similar.

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When it comes to the Beatles:


The thing that I think doesn't get through is that, even though, they – did change the landscape of music in the sense that the Abbey Road technical innovations (like Dela, Reverse, Double-Tracking [Flanger is called this way, because John Lennon once called an effect here heard on Martin's production that "it's flanging") were build while thinking of them/how to get through the dead for music that they had; They changes music mostly by the way they made their business:




The Beatles were the first band to get so much recognition by both the fanbase and the critics


The Beatles were the first band that even got this kind of fanbase/that had on sort of the thing we call a "fanbase" today *(whether according to music or film or politics).


The Beatles were the first band/artist ever to play a gig at a stadium 9or an hall for that matter of more than 10K people)




Just let all of that sink in; It's all true
Delay, Flager, Double-Tracking, Stadiums, Mass Culture, a Fanbase – These are all inventions of/inspired by the Beatles.
Their legacy is just so vast and never-ending
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