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Clips about ... well, you already know! (1st part)



Published: Mon, 25 Dec 2017 21:41:45 +0000

 



034 We haven't arrived yet! Come With Me

Thu, 27 Jul 2006 13:57:10 +0000

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During these 33 days this place has had 8,000 visits and more than 4,000 downloads and some may say "and what?" and I would tell you that for me that has been a great surprise so "thank you for being so wonderful!" ... ... but we haven't arrived yet! ... this was only the first step ... ... so I would invite you to come with me to the second part of this journey ... ... here: http://seltaeb2.podomatic.com P.S. PLEASE, BE PATIENT DOWNLOADING THESE FILES, IF YOU CAN'T DOWNLOAD THEM BECAUSE OF BANDWIDTH PROBLEMS TRY AGAIN IN A FEW DAYS: IT WILL RESET TO ZERO EVERY MONTH . THANK YOU!


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033 Yesterday (filmed TV performance) ...

Wed, 26 Jul 2006 13:17:53 +0000

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... from the Ed Sullivan Show (Aug 14, 1965) (18.5 MB, mpeg, black & white). The Beatles taped 6 songs for the September 12th Ed Sullivan Show. This appearance included the classic performance by Paul when he stood solo in the spotlight and sang a version of Yesterday (with a pre-taped track of 3 violins).


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032 A Day In The Life (promo film) ...

Tue, 25 Jul 2006 21:00:03 +0000

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... at EMI Studio One, London (Feb 10, 1967) (11.1 MB, mpeg, colour). The orchestral part was recorded with McCartney and Martin conducting a 40-piece orchestra. The session was filmed to be used in a TV special, however, the film was never released, although portions of it can be seen in this promo film. Reflecting The Beatles' taste for experimentation and avant garde, the orchestra players were decked out in formal dress for the film, but also asked to wear a "fancy dress" piece such as red noses or fake stick-on nipples.


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031 Strawberry Fields Forever (footage) ...

Mon, 24 Jul 2006 19:31:45 +0000

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... from the Anthology TV documentary (Jan 1967) (5.50 MB, wmv, colour). The released version is an edit of two takes. They recorded two versions: the first one was basic instrumentation including keyboard, guitars and drums. Some weeks later, John had opted for a much more complex arrangement. The most distintive instrument was the one that produced the flute-like sound (played by Paul) in the introduction: a Mellotron. The Beatles were one of the first rock bands to acquire one and this is believed to be the first use of it on a recording.


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030 Strawberry Fields Forever (promo) ...

Sun, 23 Jul 2006 19:04:15 +0000

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... at Knole Park, Sevenoaks (Jan 30 & 31, 1967) (2.57 MB, wmv, colour). This prom film is one of the first conceptual music videos, featuring reverse film effects, stop motion animation, jump cuts from daytime to nighttime and The Beatles playing, pouring paint over and smashing an upright piano. The location is easy to find, being on one of the main roads through the park with a tree. John began writing the song in late 1966, in Almeria, Spain. The title referred to the Salvation Army orphanage in Liverpool, where he used to play.


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029 Penny Lane (promo film) ...

Sat, 22 Jul 2006 23:28:01 +0000

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... at Angel Lane and Knole Park, London (Feb 1967) (30.1 MB, mpeg, colour). The song's title is derived from the name of a street in Liverpool, which was named after a wealthy 18th century slave ship owner. This promotional film was not filmed at Penny Lane -The Beatles were reluctant to travel to Liverpool- and so the street scenes were actually filmed in and around Angel Lane in London's East End. The outdoor scenes were filmed at Knole Park in Sevenoaks. The solo was played by a piccolo trumpet (thought to be the first use of it in pop music).


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028 I Am The Walrus (sequence) ...

Fri, 21 Jul 2006 17:34:14 +0000

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... from the Magical Mystery Tour film (July 17, 1968) (3.33 MB, wmv, colour). It is one of The Beatles' most striking and effective experimental songs from the psychedelic period. Lennon wrote most of the song on separate acid trips combining 3 separate songs he had been working on: the 1st was inspired by hearing a police siren, the 2nd was a short rhyme about him sitting in his garden and the 3rd was a nonsense lyric about sitting on a corn flake. The Walrus is a reference to the one from Lewis Carroll's poem The Walrus And The Carpenter.


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027 The Fool On The Hill (sequence) ...

Thu, 20 Jul 2006 21:21:33 +0000

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... from the Magical Mystery Tour film (Dec 26, 1967) (2.15 MB, wmv, colour). This song appeared in a scene filmed on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 October, with Paul running around on hills in Nice, France. It is about a man who is considered a fool by others, but whose foolish demeanor is actually an indication of wisdom. Some have speculated that the man was The Beatles' guru, Maharishi Mahesh Yogui, however, the song was based on a Paul's experience in London.


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026 Your Mother Should Know ...

Wed, 19 Jul 2006 15:25:13 +0000

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... from the Magical Mystery Tour film (Dec 26, 1967) (2.02 MB, wmv, colour). The song appeared in the last part of the film in an elaborate, old-fashioned segment that has The Beatles in white tuxedoes performing a (rather poorly synchronized) dance number at a fancy dress ball. The song was originally composed with the use of continuous drum rolls by Ringo giving the impression of a funeral march. This version was later scratched in favor of a more fluid one.


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025 It's All Too Much (animated scene) ...

Tue, 18 Jul 2006 21:30:46 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (3.17 MB, wmv, colour). The version of George's It's All Too Much that appeared in the film itself is slightly different and contained a lyric that was cut from the album version: "Nice to have the time to take this opportunity/Time for me to look at you and you to look at me." The Beatles themselves were not enthusiastic in participating in a motion picture at the time, however, they, impressed after seeing the finished film, did agree to make a cameo appearance here, in the final scene of the film.


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024 All Together Now (animated scene) ...

Mon, 17 Jul 2006 16:54:50 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (1.58 MB, wmv, colour). While The Beatles were in India studying Transcendental Meditation, they sang a different version of the song changing the words "E F G H I J, I Love You" to "E F G H I Jai Guru Dev" in honor of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Paul wrote the verses/refrain, John the middle-eight and it was performed in a skiffle style. The lyrics are very simple; football fans in the UK have sung the song during matches.


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023 Nowhere Man (animated scene) ...

Sun, 16 Jul 2006 16:45:30 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.31 MB, wmv, colour). On their way to save Pepperland, The Beatles met Jeremy Hillary Boob, Ph. D., a strange little man who lived in an empty Nowhere and spoke in rhyme so they sang this song to him. Jeremy realized how empty and lonely his life was so Ringo offered to take him Somewhere. Jeremy helped them to defeat the Blue Meanies. John claimed that he himself was the subject of the song. He wrote it after wracking his brain in desperation for hours, trying to come up with a song.


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022 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds ...

Sat, 15 Jul 2006 16:43:05 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.21 MB, wmv, colour). When they were passing through the foothills of the Headlands (Sea Of Heads) they get separated from the submarine and John sang this song, featuring image-laden verses which present an overtly psychedelic travelogue. This, as well as the initials of the title and the dreamlike-quality of the melody, has led many to speculate that it was written in reference to LSD. The Beatles denied it. However, it inspired the name of an anthropological find: an old female hominid.


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021 Eleanor Rigby (animated scene) ...

Fri, 14 Jul 2006 16:40:28 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.03 MB, wmv, colour). The combination of still black and white pics of Liverpool that "can be a lonely place on a Saturday night, and this is only Thursday morning" with the color pictures of its citizens, "all the lonely people, where did they all come from?" with the "saddest music in the world" is heartbreaking. The orchestra sounds like a horror film soundtrack, and Eleanor Rigby is cinematic, and it is about horror.


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020 When I'm Sixty-Four ...

Thu, 13 Jul 2006 17:01:42 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.07 MB, wmv, colour). This clip belongs to the Sea Of Time sequence, where The Beatles go forward and backward in time. Although it involves themes of aging, it was one of the first songs Paul wrote (John provided the grandchildren's names: Vera, Chuck and Dave), dating back from his days with The Quarrymen. Sir Paul McCartney turned 64 years of age four weeks ago, on June 18, 2006. Ironically, he separated from his wife, Heather Mills just one month before his 64th birthday.


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019 All You Need Is Love (animated scene) ...

Wed, 12 Jul 2006 16:45:13 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.00 MB, wmv, colour). The animation of Yellow Submarine has sometimes falsely been attributed to the famous psychedelic pop art artist of the era Peter Max. The film's artwork was in fact overseen by Heinz Edelmann. Edelmann, along with his contemporary Milton Glaser, pioneered the psychedelic style for which Max would later become famous, but according to Edelmann and producer Al Brodax, Max had nothing to do with the production of the film. Here is the All You Need Is Love scene.


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018 All You Need Is Love (colourised film) ...

Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:20:19 +0000

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... from the Anthology documentary (June 25, 1967) (34.8 MB, mpeg, colour). Recorded in black and white, when The Beatles' segment was featured in The Anthology TV documentary it was painstakingly colourised using photos taken at the time as a guide. Attending -among many others- was Mick Jagger, sat on the floor, wearing a jacket with psychedelic eyes painted, puffing on a joint in front of several millions of people ... and he was up in court in 2 days on drug charges!


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017 All You Need Is Love (broadcast reel) ...

Mon, 10 Jul 2006 16:51:58 +0000

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... from the Our World TV programme (June 25, 1967) (17.9 MB, wmv, b&w). Our World was the first ever live global television link, broadcast via satellite to 26 countries and watched by about 400 million people and now it is most famous for the segment starring The Beatles. They broadcast a live set singing All You Need Is Love, for which they were seated on stools, accompanied by a small orchestra and many friends, who sang along. It was done after one rehearsal take.


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016 Only A Northern Song ...

Sun, 09 Jul 2006 20:53:37 +0000

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... from the Yellow Submarine film (July 17, 1968) (2.25 MB, wmv, colour). Yellow Submarine was a 1968 animated film based on the music of The Beatles. This is a scene from the 'Sea Of Science' sequence of the film that was not as heavily animated as some of the others: the majority of the scene was 'super-imposed' against an actual oscilloscope display. This is a George Harrison song, featuring unusual instrumentation, including distorted trumpets, a reverbed pipe organ, chimes and a glockenspiel. Some instruments are backwards.


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015 Blue Jay Way (Magical Mystery Tour) ...

Sat, 08 Jul 2006 18:42:49 +0000

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... at Sunny Heights, Weybridge (Nov 3, 1967) (2.70 MB, wmv, colour). Magical Mystery Tour was a psychedelic film by The Beatles for the BBC-TV. Much of it was improvised (the actors were urged to make up their own characters) and filmed in September and October. It includes musical sequences for several songs. George shooted the sequence for Blue Jay Way the last filming day.


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014 Love Me Do (promo film) ...

Fri, 07 Jul 2006 17:25:07 +0000

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... at The Little Theatre, Southport (Aug 27, 1963) (20.7 MB, mpeg, b&w). So yesterday was the 49th anniversary of the day John met Paul and here is their first McCartney/Lennon released song. This clip includes footage from the BBC-TV documentary The Mersey Sound. The Beatles mimed their released version of the song for the documentary but this was not used. They were also filmed playing Twist And Shout (one slightly slower version) and She Loves You (only the last one was originally broadcasted, on Oct 9 - John's 23rd birthday).


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013 Paperback Writer and Rain (for TV) ...

Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:17:20 +0000

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... at EMI Studio One, London (May 19, 1966) (21.0 MB, wmv, colour) The Beatles made their own promo videos for their singles mainly because of time constraints on their part: there were too many people asking them to perform live on their shows. The videos presented here were aired on June 05, 1966, in the Ed Sullivan Show. Ringo films a special introduction for the films of each song. The others stood or sat on a piano next to him in the studio.


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012 Paperback Writer (promo film) ...

Wed, 05 Jul 2006 16:28:06 +0000

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... at The Chiswick House, London (May 20, 1966) (20.8 MB, mpeg, colour). The Beatles took the genre of promotional videos to new heights with their groundbreaking films for Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane in 1967, but they began with these other two in 1966. They shot four promotional videos for Paperback Writer (two in color intended for the USA and two in black and white for the UK). This is a color film of them lip-syncing or just sitting in a garden.


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011 Rain (promo film) ...

Tue, 04 Jul 2006 16:38:35 +0000

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... in the gardens and conservatory of The Chiswick House and at EMI Studio One, London (May 19 & 20, 1966) (51.4 MB, mpeg, colour and black & white). Did The Beatles invent MTV? Paperback Writer and Rain were the first conceptual promos aired on TV. The idea was to distribute them for broadcast on TV variety shows in other countries. By the time they stopped touring in late 1966, they used these films to, in effect, tour for them. Let's go backwards!


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010 She's A Woman (live performance) ...

Mon, 03 Jul 2006 16:26:39 +0000

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... at The Budokan Hall, Tokyo (June 30, 1966) (28.5 MB, mpeg, colour). The Beatles' first concert in Japan started at 18:35 and was recorded on video using 3 color TV-cam and 3 monochrome TV-cam. They wore dark green suits instead of the light striped suits seen the next day. This is their performance of She's A Woman and you can see how Paul's microphone was swing and why Brian Epstein did not allow this take. It seems that Brian brought the light-suit version's master tape to England, so there's only dark-suit version left in Japan.


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009 Beatles Live In Tokyo (concert) ...

Sun, 02 Jul 2006 17:17:20 +0000

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... at The Budokan Hall, Tokyo (July 01, 1966) (17.1 MB, wmv, colour). This is the complete afternoon concert with The Beatles wearing grey suits. The day before they were recorded on video by NTV, but Paul's microphone was in bad condition (swing left and right), so Brian Epstein wanted to re-record it the next day. In the morning of this concert day Paul and John escaped from the hotel: Paul went to the imperial palace garden with Mal Evans and John went to the Oriental Market and Asahi Garaley at Harajuku. It was 40 years ago yesterday!


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008 Nowhere Man (live performance) ...

Sun, 02 Jul 2006 04:45:27 +0000

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... at The Circus Krone-Bau, Munich (June 24, 1966) (20.9 MB, mpeg, b&w). 40 years before this podcast was born The Beatles started their tour in Germany being their first concert at the Circus Krone-Bau. This is their performance of Nowhere Man, about 9 & 1/2 weeks before their last concert tour appearance ever. Hours before the concert, Munich police discover a ticket falsification and later in the day it was reported that, their Hamburg pal, Klaus Voormann may replace Jack Bruce in Manfred Mann. Also George Martin married his wife, Judy.


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007 Yer Blues (from Rock 'N Roll Circus) ...

Fri, 30 Jun 2006 17:07:03 +0000

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... at The Roundhouse Theatre, London (Dec 1968) (52.1, MB mpeg, colour). The Rolling Stones TV colour special included guest performances by Jethro Tull, The Who, Marianne Faithfull, Taj Mahal and John Lennon & Yoko Ono backed by Eric Clapton (lead guitar), Keith Richards (switching to bass), Mitch Mitchell (drums) and a violinist - Ivry Gitlist. This is The Dirty Mac's version of Yer Blues.


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006 Kansas City (alternate shots) ...

Thu, 29 Jun 2006 14:10:42 +0000

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... at The Cavern Club, Liverpool (Aug 22, 1962) (4.47 MB, wmv, black & white). Unsatisfied with the audio from the August film, Granada TV sent a recording crew back to The Cavern (Sept 5) to re-record The Beatles' night time performance with the intention to dub the recording onto the film. This is a collage of the alternate shots set to that audio of Kansas City/Hey! Hey! Hey!.


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005 At The Cavern Club (silent film) ...

Wed, 28 Jun 2006 15:43:37 +0000

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... in Liverpool (Aug 22, 1962) (7.16 MB, wmv, black & white). The Beatles were filmed playing Kansas City/Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey and this is what is seen in the alternate clips but the audio was lost. All the alternate shots that have become publicly available are silent but it is apparent other songs are being performed. Some speculate that Money (That's All I Want) was one of them.


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004 Some Other Guy (filmed) 2 ...

Tue, 27 Jun 2006 17:56:24 +0000

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... at The Cavern Club, Liverpool (Aug 22, 1962) (5.28 MB, wmv, black & white). Several additional alternate camera angle shots were edited into the Some Other Guy performance as this footage shows. It is from a single camera shot and, with the exception of a brief edit, is unbroken. Bob Wooler announcing "It's The Beatles!" is another one of the slight differences, but we still can hear the male audience member shouting "We want Pete!" and then John replying "Yeah".


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003 Some Other Guy (filmed) ...

Mon, 26 Jun 2006 22:06:14 +0000

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... at The Cavern Club, Liverpool (Aug 22, 1962) (20.9 MB, mpeg, b&w). "At this midday session at The Cavern, we proudly present The Beatles!". During the lunchtime show they were filmed by Granada TV for the Know The North programme, but this was not shown until a year later, during the Beatlemania, on Scene At 6:30 (Nov 06, 1963). Some say this is the first filming of them but not exactly. At least, this is the first tape featuring Ringo on drums.


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002 Step Inside Love (demo session) ...

Sun, 25 Jun 2006 21:30:07 +0000

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... at Chappell Studios, London (Nov 21, 1967) (55.14 MB, mpeg, colour). This session was filmed during the Paul McCartney's demo of the theme for Cilla Black’s BBC TV series and was used in the promo for the song, featuring the finished version, however here you can listen to that demo made this day.


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001 Misery (rare studio footage) ...

Sun, 25 Jun 2006 03:57:50 +0000

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... at EMI Studio Two, London (Feb 27, 1964) (11.58 MB, mpeg, black & white). This was a silent film of them working and enjoying themselves while recording And I Love Her. It was used in numerous documentaries including The Making Of A Hard Day's Night. The song featuring here is Misery, from their first LP.


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000 Welcome to my place ...

Sun, 25 Jun 2006 00:53:28 +0000

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... I FEEL FINE, Take 1 (mp3) at Studio Two, EMI Studios, London (Oct 18, 1964). I Feel Fine, a John Lennon composition, holds the distinction, at least according to Lennon himself, as being the first record to make deliberate use of the dreaded phenomenon known as feedback. From the beginning, the song adorned its distinctive feedback introduction, achieved by Paul plucking the A note on his bass with John picking up the feedback through his guitar. This first take is played by The Beatles in a different key from the released version, in the key of A at this point, a whole tone higher than the commercially released version in G. It features a raw Lennon vocal that, although rough in places, is still interesting to hear. The overall playing is choppy, almost sloppy in places. The take breaks down at the solo break ... ... but two of us still got a long and winding road stretching out ahead ... and that other one is you! ... so take your ticket to ride and let's get on our way back home! P.S. This is a place to share some music and videos ... but what's more: to share good feelings! So everybody is very welcome! Without your comments it has not too much sense. What have you got to say?! P.P.S. Don't forget to visit the other parts: http://seltaeb2.podomatic.com/ http://seltaeb3.podomatic.com/


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