Wednesday, April 13, 2011

1963, March 5: Recording: Sources!

AUDIO SOURCES

General Information. This page lists only takes from this recording session which are available on bootleg. For details on the full recording session, including unavailable takes, go: here.

Released Mono and Stereo mixes are not listed on this page, but are on separate pages for each song.

Variations. This pages also lists Foundational Variations, defined as any preceding base for a released recording which (with some exceptions) has no extra material. This will become clearer as we go along.

Alternate Sources. Note that, besides those listed, many sources for these takes are usually available. If interested, peruse: here (with accessory key: here).

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ABBREVIATIONS

All titles are bootlegs.

M5 = March 5, 1963 Plus the Decca Tape (Vigotone, remastered [matrix VT-123])... speed-corrected version

S = Stereo

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“FROM ME TO YOU”

Take 1, S ............ M5

Take 2, S ............ M5

Take 3, S ............ M5

Take 4, S ............ M5

Take 5, S ............ M5

Take 6, S ............ M5

Take 7, S ............ M5

Variation 1.0. Foundational. "Best" rhythm take before overdubs. Absolutely dry, except input effects. Includes (at the start) take count and (after the song proper ends) extraneous chatter/noise (“untrimmed”).

Take 8, S ............ M5 leftover bits

Take 9, S ............ M5 leftover bits

Take 10, S .......... M5 leftover bits

Take 11, S .......... M5 overdub outtake

Take 12, S .......... M5 leftover bits

Take 13, S .......... M5 overdub outtake

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“THANK YOU GIRL”

(initially called “Thank You Little Girl”)

Take 1, S ............ M5

Take 2, S ............ M5

Take 3, S ............ M5

Take 4, S ............ M5

Take 5, S ............ M5

Take 6, S ............ M5

Although this was the “best” rhythm take, it is not a foundational Variation since the ending was redone for later edit.

Take 7, S ............ M5 edit outtake

Take 8, S ............ M5 edit outtake

Take 9, S ............ M5 edit outtake

Take 10, S .......... M5 edit outtake

Take 11, S .......... M5 edit outtake

Take 12, S .......... M5 edit outtake

Take 13, S .......... M5 edit eventually used

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“THE ONE AFTER 909”

(also notated “The One After Nine O’ Nine”)

Take 1, S ............ M5

Take 2, S ............ M5

Take 3, S ............ M5

Take 4, S ............ M5

Take 5, S ............ M5

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VIDEO

None.

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Tom Wise
gengar843@msn.com


Although I use quotes from sources, or cited fact, much of the material on this and other pages of my blog is original, from my own pen. This is not cut-and-paste, it is a work of art. Copyright © 2011 Tom Wise.

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