Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Scott57, Feb 19, 2012.
I like the video where they completely isolated some parts; the bass, drums and guitar. Even panned them if I remember.
That She Loves You video is totally fake though.
Outside of it sounding off, the original tapes were lost, and recorded to 2 tracks to begin with.
Yep, that's what I was thinking.
Fake or not- sounds pretty good!
love the hey bulldog track !
-even though it is not authentic,S L's Y is kinda neat ... bit more of a 'modernish' rhythm guitar vibe,sounds like a tele to me.
What was Eric playing on that track??
He was playin' Lucy, the '57 Les Paul He gave George. It was originally a gold top and was owned by Rick Derringer who had it refinned at the Gibson factory. It was also owned at one time by John Sebastian, not to be confused with the 'burst that he owned at one time. The guitar is still owned by the Harrison estate. There is alot of speculatin' on just what amp he used.
Great. You can hear how he drives the song on She Loves You.
Never heard that before. Not even close. Thanks.
I thought it sounded way off to (production wise) but I'm no Beatles fan so I just thought I may have been wrong because I haven't heard that song very much. But I guess my suspicions were correct.
Sure sounds like McCartney playing that lead on "Hey Bulldog".
As I recall I saw this on PBS with Dani Harrison with George Martin. Sure they were mixed all analog to 2 track but they used multiple 4 track machines back then, these all could have been all converted as separate tracks digitally for boxed sets by Martin seeing he was using a rather large most likely an SSL console vs the old metal boxes with big knobs back then when this stuff was recorded.