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19 May 2020
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I've always ~adored~ Paul's screaming a-hard-days-night-paul-7a-hard-days-night-paul-7, but at the same time I see where y'all are coming from--

Edit: Is this technically a Fiddy??? a-hard-days-night-ringo-14a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

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I prefer John's. In stuff like the 10-minute "Revolution 1 " take, or Mother & Well Well Well. It's not as melodic as Paul's but it clearly comes from a much more sentimental placea-hard-days-night-john-3

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Jules said
I prefer John's. In stuff like the 10-minute "Revolution 1 " take, or Mother & Well Well Well. It's not as melodic as Paul's but it clearly comes from a much more sentimental placea-hard-days-night-john-3

To me John’s screaming just sounds more authentic. My judgment could be clouded by bias, but when I hear Paul scream or scream-sing I hear him saying “Look At Me , I’m a rock star.”

Especially with bad rhymes like “she’s no peasant/don’t give me no present”

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I prefer John's. In stuff like the 10-minute "Revolution 1 " take, or Mother & Well Well Well. It's not as melodic as Paul's but it clearly comes from a much more sentimental placea-hard-days-night-john-3

To me John’s screaming just sounds more authentic. My judgment could be clouded by bias, but when I hear Paul scream I hear him saying “Look At Me , I’m a rock star.”

I completely get where you're coming from.

Paul is still phenomenal thoa-hard-days-night-paul-5

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Paul's definitely more performative as an artist in general. He's just really good at things, whereas sometimes I think John couldn't do something on purpose if he tried, so he just gets by on pure instinct. Sort of a talent vs. natural genius kind of thing, I guess.

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Jules said

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I prefer John's. In stuff like the 10-minute "Revolution 1 " take, or Mother & Well Well Well. It's not as melodic as Paul's but it clearly comes from a much more sentimental placea-hard-days-night-john-3

To me John’s screaming just sounds more authentic. My judgment could be clouded by bias, but when I hear Paul scream I hear him saying “Look At Me , I’m a rock star.”

I completely get where you're coming from.

Paul is still phenomenal thoa-hard-days-night-paul-5


I agree-phenomenal when he’s singing a nice melody that doesn’t remind you too much of your grandmother.

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@lovelyritametermaid said
Edit: Is this technically a Fiddy??? a-hard-days-night-ringo-14a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

No, it is only a Fiddy if using a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 or ^ to indicate the post above.

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lovelyritametermaid said
I've always ~adored~ Paul's screaming a-hard-days-night-paul-7a-hard-days-night-paul-7, but at the same time I see where y'all are coming from--

Edit: Is this technically a Fiddy??? a-hard-days-night-ringo-14a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

I don't think so, it needs the arrow or the a-hard-days-night-ringo-8.

And to contribute to the discussion, I've always loved Paul's Little Richard screams. They give me chills, but in a good way.

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I don't see Paul's screaming as grab for attention, I just think its a thing a talent that he has a lot of fun locking into and utilizing. Paul's vocal range overall is fecking outstanding-- the fact that his range at the height of his ability was able to reach across 5 fecking octaves is amazing. Vocally, I think, he is more talented than John-- though I do see where y'all are coming from when arguing John's emotional intensity (I agree he has an amazing way of channeling his emotions through his vocals), but I never really found Paul's vocals inauthentic ever. I personally think that Paul has his own kind of emotional expression-- not as raw as John's, but still valid.

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I don't think it's fair to conflate apparent effortlessness with insincerity. Paul can't help being so good at things. a-hard-days-night-george-4

John does have a way of singing literally anything, even nonsense like Hey Bulldog , and making you believe he believes every word and you do, too.

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There is also bad screaming during songs, generally done in some fruitless attempt to generate or suggest energy to those listening/watching. You can tell the difference as this type is crap and only leads to annoyance and turning it off. Plus the singer looks like a prat.

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Speaking of screams, I've been tripping out on the XM Led Zep channel 27. While driving for coffee with pups How Many More Times came on. The part that starts with Oh Rosie made my whole body tingle (been awhile and I forgot how that all comes together) and I cranked it up. When Robert howls sights of my gunnnnnnnnn!!, I looked in the rear view mirror and doggie was sitting straight up with a very worried look on his face.

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^^^ I definitely like to think that dogs are able to respond to music.

For example, if I put on some ~mellow~ Pink Floyd in my room my doggo usually comes in and takes a nap on my floor, and I like to think its because she's appreciating the Floyd~~

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^^^ I definitely like to think that dogs are able to respond to music.

For example, if I put on some ~mellow~ Pink Floyd in my room my doggo usually comes in and takes a nap on my floor, and I like to think its because she's appreciating the Floyd~~

I’ve been saying Pink Floyd are incredibly dull, I’d like to use this as irrefutable evidence.

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Crap on Pink Floyd all you like, but they've gotten me through lots and lots of incredibly high stacks of unwashed dishes, soul-crushing shopping expeditions, and hours of insomnia. Not to mention actual dark times in my life. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

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lovelyritametermaid said
^^^ I definitely like to think that dogs are able to respond to music.

I don't think they can respond to it in the same way that humans do, but I definitely think they can hear rhythm and respond to certain sounds in recorded music.

That said, my attempts to make my dog, Stella, dance with me have not gone well...

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