Label: Capitol Records - SWBO 101,Capitol Records - SWBO-101 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Up there, trying to reach God and feeling suicidal. His voice double-tracked, Lennon sang very similar lyrics to the final version with two small differences. The demo could have stood on its own as a stellar example of acoustic blues, but the Beatles elected to record a full-on band version. Engineer Ken Scott unintentionally provided Lennon with the venue change. Interestingly, between takes eight and nine, the three Beatles McCartney had stepped out of the room jammed, playing an instrumental piece featuring electric guitar.
Lewisohn says that jam was later excised from the original tape and put onto Various Adlibsa compilation consisting of miscellaneous tapes recorded during the White Album sessions. Ultimately the Beatles decided they liked take 14 through the end of the solos, and take six for the remainder of the song. Next a number of reduction mixes were made, with takes 15 and 16 reductions of take six, and take 17 was a reduction of part of take According to Spizer, Lennon and McCartney thought their guitar solos could be improved, so they overdubbed two new solos, which occur at In addition, Starr double-tracked his drum during the guitar solo.
Interestingly, Lennon chose not to rerecord his vocal toward the end of take Yer Blues - The Beatles - The Beatles , instead leaving his guide vocal intact beginning at Riley indicates two Yer Blues - The Beatles - The Beatles of the guitar solo section. The second guitar solo probably George is more melodic, even though its brittle tone is tense and pinched.
In various interviews, John Lennon refused to answer the question directly but provided some clues. At the same time, Lennon seemed to downplay the Just One More Morning - Rita Marley - We Must Carry On of a definite parody.
They always struck me as — what is the word? But to sing it, was something else. Author Steve Turner argues that the lyrics express genuine pain, reflective of the turmoil the singer was then experiencing: the disintegration of his marriage, uncertainty over his career, and increasing arguments with his friends and bandmates.
Before its official release, the former appeared in widely circulated bootlegs containing nine minutes of the track, with Lennon, Ono, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, and Mitch Mitchell drummer for Jimi Hendrix Experience performing as the supergroup the Dirty Mac. Only Lennon could deliver such a message in a sincere — yet hard rocking— way.
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