5 February 2010
Song begins with the drum pattern from the recorded version, but is immediately followed by the opening acoustic guitar strums from 'Things We Said Today' (this is repeated at 0:05).
At 0:03 the first part of Paul's falsetto "Oh no" from 'Hello, Goodbye' is heard, and repeated at 0:06.
At 0:36 a snippet of the 'Penny Lane' trumpet solo is heard in the left channel, and is answered by another snippet from the same solo in the right channel at 0:38.
The string fade-out from 'Glass Onion' is overlaid with what sounds like a part of the ending from 'Mr. Kite'.
At 1:03 a faint "ah" is heard, taken from Eleanor Rigby. This is repeated several times leading up to the next song.
5 February 2010
They well may be from MMT. They sounded like Penny Lane to me, though. I claim no infallibility for these notes. :)
13 November 2009
Also, I'm trying to update the list, are both of these true?
- Freaky echoey voices at the end (not sure where from – any ideas?) (McLerristarr)
27 April 2010
Glass Onion is a pretty interesting little tune. The Love version rocks. Apparently, they spent a lot of thought in the studio figuring out how to present it. The version on Anthology has a way different feel to it than what ended up in the White Album and a really weird alternate ending. I have another quite different version of it posted as a rarity on my BeatlesRarity site here. It does not have all of the strings added later by George Martin (some are
there, but not all) but it does have an organ solo in the middle, not found
on the final release, and yet another alternate ending making it a little longer.
Most Users Ever Online: 597
Currently Online: Joe
Currently Browsing this Page:
mr. Sun king coming together: 6916
Ahhh Girl: 4487
Mr. Kite: 3192
Ron Nasty: 2954
Guest Posters: 87
Newest Members: Johnny Rhythm, 165721, Bibiana, Bibiana0709, Rendersen25
Moderators: Ahhh Girl (4487), meanmistermustard (9238), Zig (3643), Joe (3404)
Administrators: Joe (3404), Ellie (1)