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Oh My My (Unnumbered Stereo Remix Overdub Take 6) - Ringo* - With A Little Help From My Friends (CD)

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  1. It Don't Come Easy Lyrics: It don't come easy / You know it don't come easy / It don't come easy / You know it don't come easy / Got to pay your dues if you wanna sing the blues / And you know it.

  2. Jun 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of With A Little Help From My Friends on Discogs Oh My My (Unnumbered Stereo Remix Overdub Take 2 Edit Piece) Stereo Remix Overdub Take 4 Breakdown) Oh My My (Unnumbered Stereo Remix Overdub Take 5) Oh My My (Unnumbered Stereo Remix Overdub Take 6) Oh My My /5(3).

  3. BEATLES CD 1 JOHN LENNON PAUL MCCARTNEY RINGO STARR GEORGE HARRISON. $ WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame with Paul McCartney) I WANNA BE YOUR MAN (Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame with Paul McCartney) stereo remix overdub take 5 stereo remix overdub take 6 stereo remix overdub take 7 mistradishoradedifflingdocvoiderti.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.

  4. With A Little Help From My Friends (Remix) With A Little Help From My Friends (Take 1 / False Start And Take 2 / Instrumental) Paul’s impressive rock vocal gymnastics are heard in ‘Oh! Darling’. George’s compositions on Abbey Road showed his writing at a creative peak. ‘Something’ became one of the most covered songs in The /5(48).

  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Oh My My on Discogs. Label: 4 Track - FT. • Format: Vinyl 7 Ringo* - Oh My My (, Vinyl) | Discogs.

  6. There is no stereo remix overdub take 1 of "oh My My" on the original tape. Either the engineer miscounted (like he did on "Sux o'Clock" stereo remix insert take 6) or the unnumbered stereo remix take 11 on "RINGO - Rough Mixes 2" (Batz Rec.) was ment to become the stereo remix overdub take 1.

  7. Mar 06,  · Read related post: Ringo’s Few Songwriting Moments with The Beatles “Dear Prudence” The second song on the White Album that was recorded in Ringo’s absence was “Dear Prudence,” a tune in which John’s vocals are hauntingly beautiful on lyrics like “the sun is up, the sky is blue.”It was inspired by Mia Farrow’s namesake sister who had been hiding away and meditating during.

  8. I'm A Loser (Take 8 Stereo Remix) Leave My Kitten Alone (Take 5) If You've Got Trouble (Alt Original Stereo Master) That Means A Lot (Mixed Mono) This Bird Has Flown (Take 1 Original Stereo Master) I'm Looking Through You (Take 1) Taxman (Take 12, Early Mono, Diff Ending)

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