Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Floatupstream, Nov 8, 2019 at 12:02 PM.
The three part harmonies on This Boy and If I Fell
The intro to "I've Just Seen A Face"
Fade-in at the end of the stereo "Helter Skelter"
The final "the sun is up/the sky is blue" in "Dear Prudence"
#9 #9 #9 #9 #9
pretty sure its ringo
The fade-in start of Eight Days a Week
The tambourine on You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
John coming back in after the middle aahh - aahh section of Twist and Shout, absolutely hammering that 'baby now'
Paul's voice on We Can Work It Out, throughout
Hit Songs like:
Who the **** you think you are
**** a duckie
Paul's broken a glass
Do you want to hold a *****
Paul Forgot to sing
The Humpty Rap
How come you **** up everything that you do
I Saw Her Standing There ...
"One, Two, Three, Fawh!"...
John: "...then use a pleck..."
Paul: "I haven't got one!"
The end of Back In The USSR into Dear Prudence. Something magical in those few moments.
John’s incredibly self-assured solo vocal during This Boy live on the Ed Sullivan Show.
I like where Ringo says "Oh no, Supercar has gone out of control!", or basically all the Gerry Anderson lines or songs they would suddenly break into.
Instrumentally... that guitar on Drive My Car.
Johnny's vocals on Sullivan "This Boy" (as noted a few posts above) is great, but nothing tops
Lennon's "Shake it up Baby, now!" on the studio take of "Twist and Shout"
Man, you guys need to recognize John's and Paul's voices and realize it's not Ringo's!
First one J, "Supercar" is Paul.
I've got blisters on my fingers
i am certian its ringo
...especially the middle.
How Paul’s bass line and his four “Ahs” perfectly compliment the trumpet solo in Penny Lane.
The psychedelic swirl and bash and Lennon enters : " She said ' I know what it's like to be dead !' "
Bernard Purdie's drum fills.
Especially knowing that he had a bad head cold when recording that night
Too many to name, but I really love the acoustic guitar intro on I'm Looking Through You.
It is John, who is off-mic going to the toilets (which is why the line occurs to him) doesn't even sound anything like Ringo, who doesn't say anything during the session the clip is taken from.
Only two part on If I Fell
Correct, many people in the USA hadn't seen them before.
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