The band then starts playing, with the song starting to sound similar to "Revolution 1," except the electric guitar sound that is signature in the intro to both "Revolution" and "Revolution 1" is absent. Joaco Wednesday 29 August 2012. The song is then identical to the second-to-last portion of "Revolution 9. Thursday 14 December 2017. That would make sense since Revolution 1 uses horns. Brilliant John Lennon song.
The song starts with some studio dialogue, with McCartney's voice clearly audible. Now, if you go into the details of what a hit record is and isn't, maybe.
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So close. Well, we went to the limit and beyond. John Lennon also added his two vocal tracks on this day. The song then is identical to "Revolution 1" except for a buzzing sound that is prevalent throughout the recording.
John Saturday 3 January 2015.
He was a brilliant man. The song was written in India while The Beatles were studying meditation in Rishikesh.
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Lennon wanted the initial version to be released as a single but the other band members said it was too slow for a single. Benny Sanders Friday 3 January 2014.
Acordes para: With the backing of Harrison, McCartney argued that the recording was too slow, inspiring Lennon to re-record it in an up-tempo, distorted and spontaneous outburst of anti-revolutionary fervour.