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Rock and Roll/Choba B CCCP
7 September 2020
5.41pm
Old Soak
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This is a strange one. Over these two cover albums John and Paul recorded three of the same songs:

 

Ain't That A Shame

Just Because

Bring It On Home To Me.

 

Someone has put together the two versions of the last track, which to me sounds pretty awful because of the cacophony of competing instrumentation. If there was the ability to isolate the vocals and just John and Paul's guitars do you think this might work? Purely in theory? And does anyone know of similar efforts with the other two tracks? Just for fun, not to offend purists...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?.....e=emb_logo

7 September 2020
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Ron Nasty
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The Just Because 's that John and Paul recorded were two different song with the same title, @Old Soak.

John's was a Lloyd Price song first released in 1957, and was written by Lloyd Price, Giuseppe Verdi, Leonard Lee and Francesco Maria Piave.

Paul's was an Elvis cover of a song that dated back to The Shelton Brothers in 1929, and was written by Joe and Bob Shelton.

Not the same song at all. 

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The Beatles Bible 2020 non-Canon Poll Part One: 1958-1963 and Part Two: 1964-August 1966

8 September 2020
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There's quite a good mash-up of Be-Bop-a-Lula using John's Rock and Roll version and Paul's Unplugged version (sped-up to match tempo)...

...Paul's vocal needs pushing up more, John's dominates a bit too much, and it might be nice to have them swap verses or lines, but it shows meshing these two can work.

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