Musings, diatribes and dialogues from one of Chicago's quirkiest musical psychologists. This and that and rat-a-tat-tat.
One of the most poignant songs ever written.
While I like the stripped down version of this as a demo, I must admit that I really, really enjoy the Phil Spector "wall of sound" orchestral feel of the studio release of this song. Yes, it's posh, but it's also lush and sounds beautiful in headphones.
Oh, agreed! I appreciate the early takes of the entirety of "All Things Must Pass," but I feel that Spector's production really gave the album that "umph" that skyrocketed it to the top.What blows my mind is in "My Sweet Lord," (my favorite song of all time), is George's overdubbed Krishna chants, labeled as the "George O'Hara-Smith" singers but are all George's voice in different keys. That's just genius.
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