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Old 24th January 2014, 06:43 PM   #21
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Hmmmm not on mine..... It just ends and the arm returns!! (Must be on certain special releases of it)
American copies didn't have the runout groove sounds... 1st time I heard that on a CD reissue: "WTF!!!???"
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Old 24th January 2014, 07:01 PM   #22
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BTW at the end of "Strawberry Fields where someone says almost imperceptibly, "I'm very bored", some swear they are saying "I burried Paul" while evidently being oblivious of the fact that the song is all about being bored.
I think it's "cranberry sauce".
Edit: so does Wikipedia.

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Old 24th January 2014, 08:35 PM   #23
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I think it's "cranberry sauce".
Edit: so does Wikipedia.
That is the result of a McCartney interview a couple of decades ago when he joking said that it was "cranberry sauce".
At the time, he was completely fed up with questions about it and flippantly said its "cranberry sauce"

The joke is on Wikipedia which is often inaccurate on most anything.

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Old 25th January 2014, 12:19 AM   #24
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American copies didn't have the runout groove sounds...
Ah I see!
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Old 25th January 2014, 03:23 AM   #25
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There was a radio station here in south Florida that kept playing a piece of Stairway to Heaven backwards to reveal the words "there's power in Satan". So grab the CD, rip Stairway, then use Audacity to play the "bustle in your hedgerow" part backwards and draw your own conclusions. Like someone said, we have been told what to hear, so we hear it. There were other references to Satan in that CD, but I have never been able to find all of the stuff that some religious groups claim is hidden in popular music.

Then grab the Electric Light Orchestra's Face the Music CD and reverse the funny sounds heard at the very beginning of the CD. I found this on the record when it first came out. Shut the turntable off, then spin the record backwards. You will hear "the music is reversible, but time is not. Turn back.....turn back....turn back, THUD. Thud was the sound of the tone arm dropping as it falls off the record. All this stuff is on the lead in before the first song.

I have also found some music CD's with undocumented pictures, songs, voices, and even a video. A CD player will not find these things since they are not in the TOC (table of contents). Sometimes a Windows computer will find them, sometimes you need to bit copy the disk to a hard drive, or try a Linux box.
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Old 25th January 2014, 09:52 AM   #26
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Shut the turntable off, then spin the record backwards. You will hear "the music is reversible, but time is not. Turn back.....turn back....turn back, THUD. Thud was the sound of the tone arm dropping as it falls off the record.

I never had that problem when I was fooling around playing records backwards. The way I did it was to play the bottom side of the record with the platter turning in the normal direction. If anything, the tonearm would have "fallen" up, away from the turntable. Cueing was a bit of a bitch though, with the record lifted about an inch above the platter, and the tonearm inbetween.

It still seemed like the easiest way to play stuff backwards, given that the headshell could be mounted upside down in the tonearm, and there was no problem setting the tracking force negative. Then you just need to put a small bowl/ashtray/whatever under the record to lift it, and a coffee mug or something on top to stop everything falling over.

Back in the eighties when I figured out how to do this, I promptly set about listening to all my albums backwards, hoping to find the "secret messages" that *ahem* 'certain people' were always banging on about back then.

Needless to say there was nothing there. OK, aside from a cigarette advertisement recorded backwards on a Kalahari Surfers track, but really, finding something spliced in backwards on an early Kalahari Surfers recording is about as surprising as finding something out of tune in a John Cage recording.
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Old 25th January 2014, 10:02 AM   #27
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I have also found some music CD's with undocumented pictures, songs, voices, and even a video. A CD player will not find these things since they are not in the TOC (table of contents). Sometimes a Windows computer will find them, sometimes you need to bit copy the disk to a hard drive, or try a Linux box.
IsoBuster should be good at finding that stuff. I use it to access previous sessions on multi-session CD-ROMs. I'm not sure what the licensing policy is now. The version I downloaded a few years ago is nagware, i.e. the trial version works indefinitely, but encourages you buy a licence.
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Old 12th March 2014, 04:24 AM   #28
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No it's "Cranberry Sauce". Listen to Anthology, clear as a bell.
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Old 12th March 2014, 02:08 PM   #29
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No it's "Cranberry Sauce". Listen to Anthology, clear as a bell.
As already said more than once....." we have been told what to hear, so we hear it."
It's "I'm very bored" and perversion of the truth on the net will change it,.

Back when it was released it was common knowledge that it was "I"m very bored". The song is all about the song being bored after all.
You can hear the three distinct, separate words said slowly: "I'm ....very....bored"

The came the rumor that Paul was dead and then many people were convinced that it said "I buried Paul"

Then Paul flippantly said (as a joke) it was "cranberry sauce". Now people think they hear that and the net has basically bought into the falsehood because Paul actually said it was cranberry sauce, ignoring the fact that Paul was not serious when he said it was "cranberry sauce".

It just illustrates the power of suggestion and people believing what they want to believe .

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Old 12th March 2014, 06:02 PM   #30
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BTW........
As the multitude of sayings allude to ........ "Only believe half of what you hear ".... which should be upgraded to......."and believe nothing you read on the net unless you can verify it beyond all doubt.

The net can even bolster a person's point of view that the earth is flat... ...for example.
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