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Old 04-28-2021, 07:55 PM   #841
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I don't know if this was intentional but both of these songs use the "flanging" technique in their recording.
Back then, they would play two identical tapes side by side, and then drag their finger on the edge (flange) of one to delay it slightly to create a unique cosmic sound.
Used quite a bit in the late 60's, it actually was introduced in 1959 , quite by accident.
Read the comments on the Y/T video below.



This one seems to "catch up" with one machine and possibly lead the other one in the middle somewhere.
Tomorrow Never Knows was full of overdubbed tracks recorded and played back at different speeds.
At the time that song was not able to be played live due to all the layers of changed speeds etc.
I'm sure you recall that "seagull" sound was actually a recording of Paul laughing and played back at a much fast speed.
I'm big fan of the psychedelic sound.
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Old 04-28-2021, 08:05 PM   #842
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Another for your listening pleasure...



(Listen for "Little Drummer Boy" at around 5:30)
Always get a chuckle from that...
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Old 04-29-2021, 10:39 PM   #843
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This might be the best known example of phasing , or flanging ,maybe, from the late 60's
Not all phasing is done by flanging. However, if you look up flanging on Wiki, they sample this song}

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Old 05-03-2021, 10:04 PM   #845
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Anybody seen Jeff N.?
Maybe this will raise him up.,, although probably before his time ;-)

Garage rock is a raw form of rock and roll that was first popular in the United States and Canada from about 1963 to 1967. During the 1960s, it was not recognized as a separate music genre and had no specific name. In the late 1970s, some rock critics retroactively identified it as an early incarnation of punk rock, and it is sometimes called garage punk, protopunk, or 1960s punk; however, the music style has predominantly been referred to as garage rock. (Wikipedia)



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A couple from the Eagles worst selling album. At least you won't hear these on "classic rock"

The second tune is one of the few songs not written by any of the group..Written by folkie David Blue...





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Old 05-05-2021, 09:12 AM   #847
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I'm back ! Been really busy. And just to let everyone know,.. I'm out of the racecar business. Sold out...... Everything is gone. Huntzberry's over in Maryland purchased everything. The barrel loads of funds it took to stay at the top of the heap finally ran its course, and I'm just refusing to empty my retirements accounts any further. Fun while it lasted. Over 20 years in SS. Sue has patently waited her turn, and we now move on to quieter things ..Well ,not exactly, I'm headed down to Gale Pawleys in Concord N.C tomorrow to dyno his newest engine.. And I just received a call from Marietta Ohio to head over and do a COPO. I'll continue to do some tunes (Holley) but I'll try to stay away from the tracks as much as possible. I kind of promised Sue ...Now I'll now set my sights on my stereo. I already have all the big ticket items in place, 3000 watt amps (IV*5) for my surrounds and center, 1000 each for my mains (IV*2). A complete Legacy system. Focus SE Mains, Phantom Surrounds ,Deco Rears, along with (2) 18 inch subs with 800 watts each. For you audiophiles, I'll post their page and you can look over their stuff. I have hundreds of older Albums, but I need a turntable to match the level of the rest of the system, so that will be my next target ..

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I wish you all could hear this album ( Eagles at Melbourne) on my system. I had a few neighbors over last night and we fired up a concert. We all left with goodbumps . Anyone passing through Ohio is welcome to come have listen ..

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I've done this before but now I have an excuse to do it again...
Produced by Graham Nash, Back up guitar by Dave Mason




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I love listening to Tiesto's tracks, but there is such bass that they sound terrible in a cheap audio system. Not so long ago, I bought myself a Pioneer floorstanding speaker - here I appreciated the difference between cheap speakers.
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