Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Floatupstream, Nov 8, 2019.
And what session would that be?
When Paul starts singing with John in The Ballad Of John And Yoko..
" Can you take me back where I came from , can you take me back. Can you take me back where I came from , brother can you take me back. "
Paul and George choirs in the video version of Revolution
Definitely sounds like John to me.
All of the above and this:
Blink and you'll miss it but I always listen out for Pattie's scream in ' Yellow Submarine. '
It was years before I heard it but once I did hear it I couldn't unhear it.
Another one would be John and Paul singing harmony on I’m a Loser with Paul’s Walking bass and Ringo’s ride cymbal. The Beatles really knew how to swing.
I feel fine, your gonna lose that girl, what goes on and I need you all have this magic quality I cannot explain
As others have said, so many, but Ringo’s drum entrance on “Hey Jude” has always stood out to me.
John, Paul & George taking turns in “The End” guitar part at the ending of it all.
The Lennon/McCartney harmony on We Can Work it Out
The Revolution segment in 'Everybody's Got Something To Hide' or the harmonies in Baby in Black
Golden Slumbers - Carry That Weight - The End.
Best three and a half minutes of music ever recorded for me. That mini medley shows everything great about the band in my opinion.
John's Aaah's in A Day In The Life ethereal and magical
The "look around" part of Dear Prudence
And in the fade out of Dear Prudence there is a kind of twinkling shimmering guitar? sound
Also "We'll **** you like we're supermen"
It’s actually we’ll all be magic supermen
The "THWACK" that Ringo gives his snare drum on the final chorus of "Ticket To Ride." Highly symbolic.
On the first three choruses, he responds to the vocal line "She's got a ticket to ride" with playful little tom-tom rolls, signifying that even if she's leaving, life rolls on.
But on that final chorus, he gives up on the cleverness and simply smacks the snare hard as he can as if the reality of her leaving finally hit home, and all he can say is "DAMN" (or a much worse word, which is what I really hear in that snare hit).
This is one of the many ways Ringo "read" the lyrical mood of the group's songs and responded (perhaps even unconsciously) to what they were putting across.
I'm not all that sold on the new 'Abbey Road ' remix but I will say that that three part guitar duel sounds stellar on it.
The drum part played by Macca towards the end of "Dear Prudence" when John repeats the first verse
The ending of "Everybody's Got Something To Hide Expect Me And Monkey" with that da da naw naw naw da naw naw naw part on the guitar/bass will always stay with me.
Before I owned any Beatle album, there was this....and I love her (it).
Error in "This Boy" three-part harmonies from "Free As A Bird" CD single:
The wine cork “pop” in Lovely Rita...
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