-The Beatles parts are the shortest in the vid -most of the focus in those parts is on Flea doing James Paul -Flea reminds me of Paul..not of Bill in any way...he even seems to overdo it with the bowlegs..and what about those glasses..we never saw again after 66 -later in the vid there are some more quick scenes of FleaPaul...now playing a rickenbacker instead of the hofner at the opening...no more scenes of the other Chilibeatles.
And now for the cracker..these are the lyrics sung at the exact moment of the first Paulscene:
"Price you gotta pay when you break the panorama She never knew that there was anything more than poor What in the world does your company take me for?"
it doesn't take much imagination to hear them sing "Paul" instead of "poor". Maybe I'm losing it but to me it looks like they want to tell us something.
All excellent points, Flea even shakes his head like JPM at the end. I agree about the hearing "Paul" part AND... instead of "what in the world", I hear "What in the walru..(no "S") does your company take me for.."
Post by TotalInformation on Dec 7, 2006 21:31:30 GMT -5
You have to assume *every* rock musician w/ a longstanding contract w/ a succesful multnational corporate label knows PID. That doesn't mean they have any special knowledgebeyond that. Most probably know less than what we've discovered here on NIR.
someone has posted the following to the youtube of the let it be clip:
in this clip on the let it be film paul isnt saying what he says here.Either this is a fake overdub or the let it be clip is an overdub.
To be absolutely clear... The dialog from the movie, in that particular scene, does not match the audio from iamaphoney's Youtube posting. (I checked) Now.. it is, I'm pretty sure 'cause I've listened to a lot of them, audio from somewhere in the Nagra tape rolls. I do have a pretty clear recollection of both of those lines about "watching the films", and "you used to do it lads".
I suppose it doesn't matter really, because he DID say those things, but some might find it confusing..
"It is quite possible that societies - much like individuals - collectively repress information, concepts, and ideas which would produce high anxiety levels if dealt with consciously."
So I bought it. Thought someone might ask what I wanted for Christmas, but I just couldn't wait. I'll keep the thermostat at 51 and feed the cats "Dad's". $16.99 plus tax at Barnes and Noble. And it's [shadow=Pink,left,300]AWESOME![/shadow] And, yeah, I think Messrs. Martin assembled it in a way so as to suggest a clue or two. I think the whole thing is a clue. Absolutely a must have!
Includes the rather Apollo-esque last verse of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" among other things. A crystal clear "A Day In the Life" Ooooh, it's so coool! I just got chills. But no shouting during the Reprise though.
Puny computer speakers would never do this album justice. Btw, in the final cut, "All You Need Is Love", I hear some subliminals in the chorus repeats at the end, but they're indeciferable. In fact they may be part of a blend with another song, a technique used through out this album. And what do we see in the opening pages of the little book that comes with the CD? The back of what is presumably a Beatle's head, reminiscent of the back of Sgt Pepper, as an angel, conducting the music, as it were, from the clouds with his - uh- wings/arms over Sir George Martin's comments. There are other intriguing images through out the booklet as well.
"Back(wards) in the USSR" Faul says "Everyone's dead, I admire and I understand Paul" .......the sounds and theme are on a plane. I keep thinking of the Batman 222 comics where all the Beatles except Paul were killed in a plane crash. Is this what happened to John and Ringo?
Last Edit: Dec 16, 2006 0:38:34 GMT -5 by beatlies
The "mike popping" (being too close to the microphone, so that when you speak the letter "P" the microphone pops) is maddening. Still, lot's of interesting material. Good work if I say so myself, and no, 't waren't me that did this. It's a total mystery who dunnit. ;D P.S. Don't miss the significance of the appearence of "The Wall" in the skit, which continues here:
btw, the scroll across Sir Francis Bacon in Part 1(b) reads: "The Divine Majesty takes delight to hide his work... according to the innocent play of children... Surely for thee to follow the example of the Most High God cannot be censured.... Therefore, put away popular applause ...and after the manner of Solomon, the king... compose a history of time and fold it into enigmatic writings.... and cunning mixtures of the theatre." possibly a clue in itself...
I just commented on all 3 Da Beatles Code videos. The thing is, the comments aren't visible yet. I wish I knew how long it takes them to update that.
This video includes the TRUE Eric Clapton on guitar.
He's dressed in a red coat & playing a red guitar, to John's right. He looks NOTHING like the Eric Clapton from 1970 onwards ! Keith Richards is on John's left.
Watch closely from 2:41 onwards. At 3:12 they do a closeup of his face & he's smiling. At 3:28-3:33 there's another closeup of his face. It gives me the willies how much he doesn't look like his replacement ! How stupid are the sheeple From 3:46 - 4:44, is a closeup of Eric's hands as he's playing a long lead guitar rift. He was a true genius on lead. This is the first time I've ever listened & watched Eric play. All three of them look like they're in heaven, playing together. I find it very telling that John close Yer Blues as the song to play that night. I believe that John wrote that about his life without Paul. Feric Clapton, post 1970: