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Cool deconstruction of Sgt. Pepper. Note also Randy Bachman and the deconstruction of the open chord in A Hard Day's Night: The Beatles - The REAL First Chord of "A Hard Day's Night"
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Hey! What does this have to do with Google?!?
Seriously, interesting post, thanx for sharing (or resharing ). :-)
Gosh, these Beatles chaps aren't bad, has someone told Simon Cowell about them?
Pretty cool... I was wondering what the yellow was going to be. :)
You know, as someone that at one point was thinking about a Music Major, I actually really really love this - it gives such a behind the scenes feel to how the tracks might have been layed out (or at least closer to it).

and +Jeff Jarvis that other link to the first chord made my mouth drop. I have heard the discussions about that first chord and I feel like +Brian Brushwood just let me in on one of his magic tricks by listening to it.
+Adam Baylis-West They actually have told him, and he had the following to say about them:

"Let me throw a mathematical dilemma at you - there's 500 left, well how come the odds of you winning are a million to one?".

"Paul, last year I described someone as being the worst singer in America. I think you're possibly the worst singer in the world ... I've never, ever heard anything like that in my life, ever."

"The hardest thing to accept is that everyone has painted me as a monster because I embarrassed them. But the truth was I was protecting them. I just want people to be in the best place at the right time. It wasn't that they were terrible. They were good. I just thought they'd be happier in the UK."

Of course, history has proven him wrong...:)
+James Thatcher I agree... One of the most eye-opening experiences was to see and hear how Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" was recorded. None of those fancy multi-tone synthesizer... multiple recordings was the only way to go

I think it was in one of VH1's "Behind The Music" specials, but I can't find it now.
I have to say that is really cool!
and this is why "going into a recording studio" sounds like a magical experience but is more like a construction project
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