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Re: Beatles under a microscope - Abbey Road
« Reply #160 on: March 05, 2013, 02:10:01 AM »

Poor Charlie - I think!

Thats what i'm thinking too.
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Re: Beatles under a microscope - Abbey Road
« Reply #161 on: June 04, 2014, 04:30:04 AM »

My second fave album after Revolver but is the best sounding of all the boys albums.

YNGMYM is also one of my favorite Beatle songs, along with Something.

I'm puzzled about Her Majesty, TK? Its common knowledge that an engineer who was told to get rid of the master for it, tacked it on at the end!!
It was originally slotted in between PP and SCITTBW - that sloppy guitar chord is the final strum of PP.


When Paul heard the final mix, he left on the end, so as The End wouldn't sound as too much of a 'pompous' statement? Something like that anyway.

OH, and re The End solo? I think in 'Revolution In The Head by Ian McDonald, it details the order of the solo. Actually, its in Geoff Emerick's excellent book, 'Here, There and Everywhere'>


I think Her Majesty was originally supposed to be in between Mean Mr. Mustard and Polythene Pam.  The chord heard just prior to Her Majesty is the final strum of Mean Mr. Mustard...


Mean Mr Mustard/Her Majesty/Polythene Pam Beatles Abbey Road



Reconstructing the original Abbey Road Medley
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