Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by kaztor, Jun 16, 2017.
U2 Helter Skelter. You ain't no lover but you ain't no dancer.
Black Sabbath- Snowblind- the 3rd string on Iommi’s guitar is painfully flat....
in The Zephyr Song by Red Hot Chili Peppers, at 3:01 on the word "all", it sounds like the tape is sped up for an instant. It might not be an error, but it sounds like it.
It always sounded to me like he was singing, "Nobody gonna take my head now that I'm on the road again, Nobody gonna take my head, I'm gonna beat my head again"
In 'Aggressive Sunbathing' by Fat and Frantic, Tuff sings 'The sun it hasn't shined all this time'.
I intentionally use Singular they - Wikipedia all the time.
Just thought of this one from steely Dan
In “Show Biz Kids” right after “you know they don’t give a f*** about anybody else” it sounds like Fagen gets cut off mid-line. Sounds like “you gotta” or “you go to” but then it goes right to the chorus
About 355 or so in the video
Freddie Mercury: Made in Heaven
A VERY audible editing mistake at 0:49 - I think it was on the original Mr Bad Guy album, too but they may have eliminated it on later versions.
Blondie, "You Look Good in Blue".
That late drum fill at 2:13 makes me cringe every time.
I actually love this album (it's my favourite Blondie album) but the constantly busy yet impossible to be tight drumming drives me up the wall. The guy must have been a nightmare, live.
If only they had recorded this to tape! Sounds more like a melodyn software losing it
How many jazz records are barely "close enough for jazz"? Especially the double bass.
Rolling Stones - Time is On My Side
Drums and Tambourine irregular rhtyhm each other
Only recently noticed Gaye hits a bum note at 0:48
Don't you know that I...
Perhaps this was intentional.
I don't see that as a mistake. You go to... Lost wages, etc
Awfully sloppy and amateurish, IMHO.
How come they can't keep in time a tambourine with a drum?
I remember posting this some time ago
The Beatles - Let it Be
At 2:58 Paul plays a wrong chord on the piano
As mentioned above, I think it was intentional. Not only is it musically interesting because of its unusual looseness--which is something that the Stones excel in overall; they have a very unique "loose but in the pocket" feel, but it's also conceptually/semantically interesting in light of the lyrics--they're literally manipulating time, bending it to their whims.
You'd probably think I'm only playing "wrong chords," lol
The Cars "Good Times Roll", the recurring guitar riff that starts near the beginning, if you try to follow it through the song it's missing in several places and in at least one instance it's in the wrong place, at 1:06.
The Yardbirds - 'Rack My Mind'
Lyric screwup by Keith Relf in the second verse:
"I'm gonna search the dictionary, and find new words to use
Gonna fearch the dictionary, find new words to use"
That sounds like he just kept it simple on that part as to just not over do it, to me.
Sting accidently sitting on the piano keys in the intro of Roxanne.
He found a new word to use, "fearch."
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