HurricaneSeason wrote:If you listen to the songs, they're just different mixes. The guitars are panned different, the vocals higher and brighter in one than the other, the EQs are a bit different, etc but they're the same takes. I've never read anything about Jimmy doing multiple takes and having things spliced together (like The Beatles did). They're the same take. There's various editing done for context, album running time, singles and radio promotional singles, those radio edits can be heard on jokelben from what I recall.
To which I've wondered, is the LP version of Margaritaville an edit or did they not record "the lost verse"? I've always interpreted what Jimmy's said as they edited it out, meaning, they removed that part of the recording. So somewhere there's a full length studio version with the 4th verse.
That's hilarious. You ain't kiddin', he did do different takes. I suppose that shouldn't surprise me considering what happened with the dropped KICK IT IN SECOND WIND LP and RANCHO DELUXE.
I've listened to some of those that you mentioned on jokelben but they just sounded like edit versions of the LP versions, some of those radio edits. Now I have to go listen to the ones you mentioned.
I didn't know Margaritaville was sped up and edited even more so than the LP version. That's hilarious.
It's been a long time since I've played any vinyl of JB's. Looking at your page, this caught my attention about CILCIA: 35 second acoustic refrain of the chorus from the song. This refrain is only found on the original vinyl releases of the Changes album.
I've always wanted to find a crowd-noiseless version of Bama Breeze.
That's some great information! Thanks!
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