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Tag Archives: Geoff Emerick

#askNat – concerning “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”

Usually on #askNat I’m answering a Beatles-related question but every now and then it’s more of a response than an actual answer and since this week’s comes from a Tweet it’s kept brief and is sort of open-ended. This comes from Twitter follower snortfort: @beatlesrarity #askNat “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” – greatest bass line […]

#askNat – concerning the vocal track for the “dream sequence” in “A Day In The Life”

This week on #askNat, I’m responding to a question sent via email from Michael in Germany. I’ll share with you his note to me here: Hi Nat! Nice site, congratulations! I’ve just read your piece about the backing vocals of “Come Together.” Very cool, since I always thought it was Paul [McCartney] but read he […]

Beatles Rarity of the Week – “If You’ve Got Trouble” (rearranged ‘Sessions’ edit)

Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. With tomorrow being Ringo Starr’s 75th birthday, we are definitely going to have to hear from him today. As you may have already realized from the title of this little posting, Ringo will be in the spotlight as the lead vocalist for this week’s BROW. But first, […]

#askNat – concerning the echo effect in “Come Together”

This week’s #askNat inquiry comes from Rob Simbeck in Nashville, TN, who says: Hello, Nat, I’m curious about anything you can tell me about the echo on John Lennon’s vocal in “Come Together.” At the opening and in other spots there is a slapping effect. Is it simply a really strong echo on the vocal […]

#askNat – concerning interview sites for The Beatles Anthology documentary

This week on #askNat I’m responding to Stacia Marlett from the USA who has sent this one in to me: I’ve always been curious about the locations where Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were interviewed for the “Anthology” project. Especially when they were interviewed together. I understand that the “Free As A Bird” […]

#askNat – concerning The Beatles’ own preferences on their mono vs. stereo catalog

This week on #askNat I’m responding to Tyler from Holland Michigan who writes: My concern is about Beatles’ mono/stereo album preferences, as there are conflicting pieces of information regarding this subject that truly makes me curious. 1) I have read many times online that The Beatles preferred their mono releases instead of stereo, up to […]