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Re: The U.S. version of Revolver

Posted by **Johnny D** on Mar 30, 2014 at 2:54:24 PM:
In Reply to: Re: The U.S. version of Revolver posted by **backbeat** on Mar 27, 2014 at 10:40:23 PM:


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*i grew up with 2 false starts - at least that's what my mum told me (rim shot) - seriously folks....i remember hearing 'I'm looking through you' later without the false starts and being thrown off, they were part of the song to me. Also i remember thinking the same thing when Revolver came out that Lennon was missing in action - it was weird.
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*i've now grown to like the 'British' or originals better as that is the way the Beatles wanted it to sound not the corporation. still i'll take those false starts any day - i think that comes from the place where i love anthology or the conception of songs, the ruff demos that were the genesis of the work - absolutely inthralls and intrigues me

Same here.
J

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