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29 July 2011
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Is this in the remastered versions??

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie……

Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower…

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29 July 2011
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Yes, at about 3'43", in the right channel of the stereo version. I don't think it's audible in the mono version, or the pre-remastered version.

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29 July 2011
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Thanks Joe! I'm going to check it.. right now.

 

Mhh I couldn't hear it in the song but in the isolated voice track it was a whisper.. thank you!

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29 July 2011
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I love that part of the song. I usually dah dah dah dah dah dah dah along with him.

I swear I'd heard it on the pre-remastered version but will have to blow the dust off of it tonight and give it a listen. I've been spoiled with the remasters!

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29 July 2011
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Or look at this video: 

It's pre-remasters (uploaded in 2007), and I don't hear anything.

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29 July 2011
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I only heard this about a month ago. It's weird, because it sounds so clear now. It's like, how could I ever have missed it?!

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30 July 2011
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It is definitely on the pre-remastered stereo CD – I have it and it's there. It's also definitely in that vid mr. S posted. Try it with headphones. You'll hear it loud & clear.

In the mono version of the remasters, there is a sound at about 3:48 that could be anything – I doubt it's part of the whisper though.

I heard that same little sound on the mono vinyl  at 4:13 (the audio starts very late in the vid) – again, I don't think it's there in mono.

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 On that video, the only sound I can hear is the one at 3:48, and isn't that the end of the whisper where he says "one, two" or "de-dum-two" or something?

Idk, maybe my hearing is just nowhere near as good as yours, (like I said, I didn't hear any whisper at all until a month ago), but for me it's definitely clearer in stereo.

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30 July 2011
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This might have been mentioned elsewhere, but what about when you mishear lyrics in some songs? Like that whole dialogue between the "crew members" in Yellow Submarine . "Full steam ahead Mr. Boatswain, full steam ahead!" "Full steam ahead it is Sgt.!"

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RingoStarr39 said:

This might have been mentioned elsewhere, but what about when you mishear lyrics in some songs? Like that whole dialogue between the "crew members" in Yellow Submarine . "Full steam ahead Mr. Boatswain, full steam ahead!" "Full steam ahead it is Sgt.!"

This thread is more for you: /forum/the-songs/misheard-lyrics/

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Back to WYWY -- I actually heard it first listening to the 8-track (yep!) on a pair of huge old Koss headphones.  Some of the remasters can mute or eliminate some of the subtle background activity.  I recall hearing the original Yellow Submarine songs on the Songtrack, and while it was a sonic marvel in terms of remastering, some of the more amusing sounds in the fade-out of Only A Northern Song and in the middle of It's All Too Much (both terribly underrated songs imho) are much more muted

 

Another bevy of background goodies can be heard when comparing the MMT version of Strawberry Fields with the Anthology version -- lots of John mucking about in the background and finally proving once and for all that the line is "Cranberry Sauce." Not to mention the freakin' amazing drumming (at its normal speed & pitch) from Master Starkey.

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30 July 2011
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Zig said:

Try it with headphones. You'll hear it loud & clear.

I HEARD IT WITHOUT HEADPHONES!!!a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

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A Beatle belch at the very end of the Past Masters version of "You Know My Name".  This isn't on the longer edit on Anthology, which isn't nearly as engaging as the one on Past Masters (which I think is the original B-side to the "let It Be" single.)

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Anyone heard anything strange in any Beatles songs? I've heard some before like when John coughs at the end of 'Twist & Shout' and when Paul shouts at the end. I came across this website and it's amazingly clever. Here's the link; http://wgo.signal11.org.uk/wgo.htm It lists everything that can been heard in Beatles songs. From the cough in the intro of 'I Feel Fine ' down to really minor things like feedback can be heard in 'I'm Looking Through You '. Please check this website out if you want to know what really happens when you're in a recording studio with them.

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Wow interesting website!!! Thanks for sharing it!

 

That reminds me of HappyNat... too bad he doesn't post in here anymore... a-hard-days-night-paul-10

Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie……

Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower…

Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go.

Beware of Darkness… 

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And even there doesnt have what Paul and John are saying during The Word harmonium solo. Surely someone knows.

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meanmistermustard said:

And even there doesnt have what Paul and John are saying during The Word harmonium solo. Surely someone knows.

  Do they say something? I read a thread on here that they were talking but I never really knew of it. Probably because The Word is one of my favourites and I'm too busy dancing to realise what's going on! I can clearly hear talking in the guitar solo of Any Time At All , that's quite clear, and when George shouts 'Too fast!' at the beginning of Don't Bother Me. I'll listen to The Word and see if I can hear anything or is it just on mono versions? 

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Its buried deep in the mix and was first mentioned in the Studio Chatter In 'The Word'... thread. John and Paul are talking about what sounds like the upcoming harmonies but its hard to make out. Please give it a go as i would love to know what they are saying.

There are tons of these anomalies. John saying 'i already told you why' (referring to Tell Me Why ) just before the guitar solo in What Goes On  is a favourite of mine. And of course the expletive in Hey Jude , such a popular song and it has a naughty word.

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It´s not something strange as such but I´ve just noticed that in 'And I Love Her ' I can hear somebody hum after Paul sings ''And I Love Her '' for the final time, I assume it´s him.

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JaiGuruDevaOm said
Anyone heard anything strange in any Beatles songs? I've heard some before like when John coughs at the end of 'Twist & Shout' and when Paul shouts at the end. I came across this website and it's amazingly clever. Here's the link; http://wgo.signal11.org.uk/wgo.htm It lists everything that can been heard in Beatles songs.

So, I checked out the website and went to the link that lists the songs the site talks about in alpha order. Here is the first song along with one of the anomly entries (I kid you, not).

A Day In The Life

3:02-3:12     Paul can be heard doing a faint falsetto "ooo" harmony above John's more prominent "aah's".

This by no means settles our debate as it is not what I consider to be an "official" source. I just thought is was funnier than owl droppings that this was one of the very first entries on that site.

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