Love, Youre Not The One For Me - Various - Ridin In Rhythm (Vinyl, LP)
The songs were recorded separately ahead of time, and played back while the Beatles mimed them while recording the rest of the show a few days later before an audience. Bootlegged versions included both the mono mixes of the songs except Boys and the same as taken from the soundtrack of the show with audience screaming. These stereo mixes sound really bad, and since the EMI material is almost all mono on Anthology 1, why did they use this in stereo?
The source was almost certainly taped off AM radio. This has generous reverb on the vocal, and stereo [b] has more than mono [a]. Ringo sings the last word of "your puppy dog runs" indistinctly in mono [a], but that is corrected by an edit or overdub in stereo [b].
The guitar solo ends differently so at least one of the two has an edit there. Lewisohn reports the song was recorded in two sections that were edited together, but not what the sections are. Additionally, only one mono mix is documented, but we have two, which I tentatively date the same day. The mono mix used in the US [a] is the "long version" that has an additional verse, verse 4, obviously edited in, which repeats the lyrics but not the same recording of verse 1.
The UK mono mix [b] and the standard stereo mix [c] are by comparison the "short version". Possibly, [b] is just a mono reduction of [c], explaining why only one real mono mix is documented? A "long version" stereo mix made by editing [c] was used in a montage of still photos that opened the theatrical reissue of the film Youre Not The One For Me - Various - Ridin In Rhythm (Vinyl Hard Day's Night, as well as the subsequent home video release.
It is a forgery of a nonexistent "complete" version, as if the mono long version [a] were not extended by an edit, and is not like [a] because it edits in a repeat of the same recording of verse 1, not a different one. It's reported but not confirmed that this "long version" stereo mix is on late copies of the single, Capitol A, and it's on the bootleg LP "Casualties" of Stereo [b] has the vocal and piano much louder or one might say the rest is softerand a cry "ow" is heard only in [b] just before the guitar at the end.
The vocal has a doubletracking error at what should be "now you got a boyfriend down the street" in verse 2. This is heard less distinctly in mono [a], as if the bad track were mixed down at that point, but it is there, marking it as the same vocal and not different as reported elsewhere. The bad vocal track seems to have "girlfriend" for "boyfriend"-- however, on the BBC radio version 11 months earlier than this EMI recording John sings "now you don't care a dime for me", which is possibly what is here too.
The Anthology 1 track contains breakdown take 2 to its apparent conclusion, where it is edited straight into talk at the start of the next take. The track break is at the start of the music of take 3. Some ears detect a very slight processing of this track to mock stereo. US: Capitol T Beatles '65 US mono [b] runs slower than [a] and actually wobbles at a few points [b] also has a little echo while [a] has none.
Capitol's stereo version has an unusually large amount of added echo even for them. Late in the LP era black label a new master was made for Capitol with a version sounding like the UK version. US mono [a] has the piano mixed louder than UK mono [b], but the latter has a louder percussion crash at "whoa-ah". And they were mixed one right after the other. The line "till I walk out that door" is doubletracked in US mono [a] while only "out that door" is in [b] and [c].
As heard on [a], one of the vocals starts "till I" before the other, and the single vocal track used in [b] [c] is the one that starts later. As a result, this variation has been reported elsewhere as an edit instead of a mix difference. US mono [a] has the piano mixed way down compared to the others it is not completely missing as some sayand the single drumbeat just before the chorus is either missing or way down so that Love hear only what sounds like a thump on a guitar body The stereo separation in [c] shows the rhythm track fading up louder between vocal lines, as in stereo Can't buy me love, possibly leakage into the vocal microphones during live recording.
The title is given as shown above by the copyright papers, reported in Lewisohn's "Chronicle", but shown as You Know What to Do on the Anthology.
This tape, believed lost, was found misfiled in Live at the BBC uses this take, but gets it from a source tape of the BBC syndicated radio program, Top of the Pops, so it is heard with a voiceover from that show and not the original Top Gear. And this is not to be confused with the TV show Top of the Pops. In Crinsk Dee Night, after "hands of the Beatles" a few unimportant lines are cut out to "in my younger days".
Have a Banana! The first section of it would have continued into more talk including Paul and Ringo singing part of Don't Pass Me By. This piece is probably from the same show, but its original location in the program is unknown. Stereo [b] has the lead guitar mixed louder. The brief take 1 is edited straight into take 4 for the Anthology. This unreleased song was on the list for a proposed album inproposed for a Christmas single inincluded in the Abbey Road Studio show inand mixed for the unreleased Sessions album in The mix is mock stereo made from 4 track!
The treble end of the rhythm track, essentially the tambourine sound, was enhanced and is heard thrown rapidly between far left and far right, while the rest of that track, and all of the other three, are heard mixed into the center.
Stereo [b] has a cry "woo" before the instrumental break, not in mono [a], and the guitar is mixed louder. This is dated as 3 Jun on the Anthology, and in the notes Mark Lewisohn has to admit that it's hard to credit the drums on it if it was made without Ringo.
I'm going to join some others with tentatively redating it to be take 1 of this day, based both on the drums' similarity to the drums in take 2 after the opening verseand to the laughter about singing errors on the line "see your face" heard in both takes.
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They and others enjoyed considerable commercial success in the U. Barbara Pennington and Betty Davis. Island also joined a growing trend amongst U. Also inanother American record label, Shelter Recordsbegan to issue U. Artists included the Dwight Twilley Band, J. Finally, the Black Swan label was reactivated for certain reggae-styled releases, some of which appeared with WIP-series Youre Not The One For Me - Various - Ridin In Rhythm (Vinyl.
For reasons of continuity, this section of the discography also includes singles numbered in the WIP 6xxx series which were released between and WIP was the last single to be released with a pink label. The next single, WIP was on the Chrysalis label, but from the one after that, WIPthe "pink rim" palm tree label was introduced.
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InIsland release 15 compilation albums dedicated to reggae, presenting twelve of its best selling reggae artists and three styles, "DJ", "lovers" and "rockers", on one disc each. The albums were compiled by Trevor Wyattthe covers were illustrated by various artists on the basis of paintings and contain extensive liner notes. InIsland Records was sold to Polygram. Immediately Polygram started to re-release parts of the Island catalogue, mainly classics from the s and good selling records from the s within a CD series called Island Masters.
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