The Beatles v2: King Ringo and the Time-Rape Dilemma
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Record it. Then compare.
I can recall hearing or reading somewhere that they sped up the vinyls a little bit.
I can't remember why though.
Could be a recording error. If it's really old, it probably is.
Otherwise you need to fix your turntable.
But all of the other songs on the album sound the same speed.
It's not a major difference, it pretty much sounds the same but it's noticeable.
Then it's a pressing error. Unlucky.
Oh well I don't mind it at all and it makes my record special so woo.
So my All Things Must Pass, Imagine, and Goodnight Vienna are all originals wooo.
Also I went the the record store here and got an original Sgt. Pepper for $3. The sleeve is in pretty bad condition and the record has loads of scratches but as far as I can tell from listening to it right now they're all cosmetic and that doesn't matter much to me. I'm only on side 1 but that's the one with the most damage so I'm assuming side 2 will be fine.
I also got a Kinks Live album for $15 which is in amazing condition, and a Wings Greatest Hits album for $2 that's in awesome condition.
This is awesome.
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Sgt. Pepper sounds so cool on vinyl I don't know what it is it's just amazing.
Sgt. Peppers really is a powerful album, very soothing.
Aaa no skips or anything at all this is amazing.
Makes me feel better about the meanie that bought all of the Sinatra albums in the shop when I was about to go grab some.
Most second hand Beatle records have been played to death anyway.
Can't wait for Mack's new album.
[QUOTE=AK'z;33923445]Sgt. Peppers really is a powerful album, very soothing.[/QUOTE]
I love listening to Sgt Pepper on the bus, sit down and relax and just listen to the album :v:
[QUOTE=ejonkou;33924966]I love listening to Sgt Pepper on the bus, sit down and relax and just listen to the album :v:[/QUOTE]
That's the life, mang.
Music on the move.
Anyone ever listen to bootlegs? some very interesting demos on a lot of them
I found a website full of bootlegs...one has White Album sessions recorded at George's, another is the supposed album that was going to be released after Abbey Road but before Let It Be called Hot As The Sun. It's got demos of Junk(?)*, All Things Must Pass and a few other songs I can't remember.
*Not sure about this.
Bieber's a cute kid but
idk, I think he's just trying to cover these songs that are already so amazing in their own right and he just can't top the original artist (which, I'm pretty sure he knows) but by doing that, he's just giving off the impression that he's legendary enough to actually make decent covers of the songs.
I like Bieber though. He's a genuine nice guy. But he should really keep away from covering classic songs until he's a bit more noteable? And mature? And when his fanbase isn't a bunch of 12-year-old girls who probably don't even know who originally sang "Let It Be"?
I don't like beiber, Pascall covered it all more or less but I just find the songs that he writes are nothing special and I don't like his voice.
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