For the uninitiated, that was a joke.
Fair enough. I guess I haven't been following all of your other threads as well as I should. Because stalkers do that.For the uninitiated, that was a joke.
I'm 65, grew up with the Beatles.
Ringo is one of the best drummers in history.
Try reading this
and I'll change your diaper.
why do I have to explain that??????????????
Actually, a lot of Pepper leads are Paul. George was diving into the sitar, and apparently not that interested.Yep, the other day, someone mentioned
"jangly" guitar sounds.
"Fixing a Hole" is definitely clangy AND jangly.
God bless George Harrison
and the Byrds, Tom Petty and 12 strings.
They bounced between two four tracks, and actually synced two of them together for A Day In The Life. That was the first time two machines were synced.
Pepper was done using the REDD57 tube console and two Studer J37 four tracks. Some White Album tracks were done at Trident, which was 8 track, as was Olympic at the time. EMI had taken delivery of 8 track machines, but they had yet to go through the EMI evaluation process and weren't put into service until the Beatles tripped over one in the hallway during the White Album sessions, but even then, the console couldn't handle it (four buss), and there was a problem with monitoring off tape and doing overdubs in sync. Some songs were recorded on 8 track at EMI for that album, but it was a chore. A lot f the time during White Album sessions the 4 track tapes were dumped over to 8 track, but just so that they could continue working on songs started at EMI, but finished at Trident.I'm pretty certain this one was recorded with the eight track recorder/console that is still in the studio today. Al DiMeola's latest Beetle tribute album has a picture of him standing at it.