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Good Beatles song mash up ideas?
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After lisonaning to some of Love I was thinking of what other Beatles songs could work mashed together.

 

The only one I can think of is a mash up between I'll Follow The Sun and rain anyone else have any ideas

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Annadog40 said

… what other Beatles songs could work mashed together.

A good Beatles mash-up could include "Money (That's What I Want)," "You Never Give Me Your Money ," "Baby, You're A Rich Man," and "Can't Buy Me Love ." Also, toss in the background vocals from "She's Leaving Home ." (We gave her everything money could buy"…)  That might be worth something. :)

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Bungalow Bob said

A good Beatles mash-up could include "Money (That's What I Want)," "You Never Give Me Your Money ," "Baby, You're A Rich Man," and "Can't Buy Me Love ." Also, toss in the background vocals from "She's Leaving Home ." (We gave her everything money could buy"…)  That might be worth something. :)

Ooooo, good one!

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These aren't my ideas at all, of course, but they're still really good, I think:

http://www.bratproductions.com/devotion/

 

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Velvet Hand said
These aren't my ideas at all, of course, but they're still really good, I think:

http://www.bratproductions.com/devotion/

 

These are fascinating. The mash-ups don't always work, as there are some pretty unpleasant musical clashes, but they are all very interesting to listen to at least once. Thanks for posting these!

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^ I had never heard such good mashups.

I'm usually not a big fan, but Day Tripper and Ticket To Ride would be an interesting mix, to say the least.

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This is the greatest mashup I've ever heard of the Beatles' songs. Loads of disparate elements incorporated, and it manages to be extremely catchy and sonically rich.

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Ben, as a Beatles mash-up, this is a smashing success. Annadog40, who started this thread, will be thrilled to hear this and the other examples posted here.

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Once I tried to link up the early takes of "Jubilee" and "Circles", looping throughout the entire "Revolution #9". I think I threw "Watching Rainbows" in there too. I don't know if it was actually cool, but it sure was fun. I didn't quite get it the way I wanted it though...

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Ben Ramon said
This is the greatest mashup I've ever heard of the Beatles' songs. Loads of disparate elements incorporated, and it manages to be extremely catchy and sonically rich.

Ok, that is cool. One where you could listen repeatedly and hear new and different bits - how a mash-up should be.

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Velvet Hand said
These aren't my ideas at all, of course, but they're still really good, I think:

http://www.bratproductions.com/devotion/

 

That's amazing, especially the While My Guitar Gently Weeps one. I adore mashups, especially of Beatles songs; fortunately, it's been made much easier thanks to the isolated Rock Band files. As I've said on the Love remixers thread, it'd be great to work as a community to share ideas, like making a huge, extra-long, extra-grand mix.

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Something incorporating both "The End " and "Sgt. Pepper Reprise" would work splendidly, since both have basically the same beat. (On the other hand, that similarity in beats might make the whole thing a bit predictable, I dunno...)

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I've decided I'm going to try and make a Love-style mashup. I've got a few ideas of songs down, so I'll take some of these in.

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The Beatles Mashup Medley gave me inspiration of trying this. But first, I'll try to remake my medley of With The Beatles songs.

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Von Bontee said
Something incorporating both "The End " and "Sgt. Pepper Reprise" would work splendidly, since both have basically the same beat. (On the other hand, that similarity in beats might make the whole thing a bit predictable, I dunno...)

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I found another ingenious and awesome mashup that was done by the same guy of the Beatles Mashup Medley that Ben Ramon posted above:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?.....xNqX5FMnaw

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TheOneBeatleManiac said
I found another ingenious and awesome mashup that was done by the same guy of the Beatles Mashup Medley that Ben Ramon posted above:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?.....xNqX5FMnaw

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I've been thinking of a few more mashup ideas. A few more ideas have popped into my head, such as a psychedelic mix which I'm thinking of getting onto very soon.

I've also thought of doing a mashup of the vocals of I Saw Her Standing There and the backing track of Can't Buy Me Love . I can't remember whether they're in the same key or not, but if they are, I'll probably use the vocals of both.

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I'd love to hear the vocals of Pink Floyd's Echoes replaced with the vocals of Across The Universe . It'd be so haunting.

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Golden Slumbers , Carry That Weight and the end are kinda like a mash up already but they fit together really well

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