Sigh, sorry guys, I'm weary and afraid I might miss something so I'm asking you experts. I just don't feel like pulling out my 50 cutting variations on RUMOURS tonight. The last two or so minutes of GOLD DUST WOMAN, when the toms come in, we hear screaming, right? Well, there are several versions of the ending on tape and one of them has NO screaming at all. Looks like that ending was used once commercially, but on what? Can one of you state if you've ever heard the "non-screaming ending" of GOLD DUST WOMAN on any WB LP, 45, commercial open reel tape or Compact Disk, foreign or domestic? It would be a great help to me, thanks. This is crazy for me. Imagine a master tape with 3 different ends for the same song, none of them actually attached to the song. All three apparently were used over the years and then UNSPLICED and put back at the end. Arggh!!!!!! Also three beginnings to the song, one with drums, one with bass and drums and a fade up. I don't think an actual record was cut from the master tape in many, many years. The wailing on my original PROMO LP is tremendously loud. It scares small children (and my wife). I've never seen an album with so many variations between cuttings. I could write a book. It boggles my mind!