Time To Get Alone?

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David Kennedy:
I read somewhere that Stephen Desper said that the version of "Time To Get Alone" on 20/20 was re-recorded and not the original recording from late 1967. Is he talking about the version on the Hawthorne disk?

buddhahat:
Quote from: KENNEDY on July 19, 2011, 02:15:54 PM

I read somewhere that Stephen Desper said that the version of "Time To Get Alone" on 20/20 was re-recorded and not the original recording from late 1967. Is he talking about the version on the Hawthorne disk?


I haven't personally done an a/b on the 2 versions but I think the general consensus is that the wild honey era backing track and 20/20 tracks sound remarkably similar and that the work that was done during the 20/20 sessions was over the existing BW track from 67.

hypehat:
are you getting the BB's and Redwood versions confused wrt re-recording, perchance?

c-man:
Quote from: hypehat on July 19, 2011, 04:26:11 PM

are you getting the BB's and Redwood versions confused wrt re-recording, perchance?


Naw, that's exactly what Desper said....a re-recording.  He said that The Boys "tracked over" the top of Brian's original track for the "Redwood" version...meaning they used it as a guide and actually played their own instruments over the top, kind of like tracing someone else's drawing on a fresh sheet of paper.  Problem is, someone DID do an A/B comparison, actually putting wave graphs of the two versions side-by-side...and they were identical.

Pinder's Gone To Kokomo And Back Again:
I remember hearing that and distinctly picking up differences in the opposing drum tracks.

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