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dj konrad useo wrote:
Phatbuzz-I found yours listenable.Has a wild feel with the echoey joke.

I found the joke on U-Tube and thought that WHP would make a good backing track for a joke.

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phattbuzz wrote:
My newest mash can be found on my podcast page: http://phattbuzz.podomatic.com/
Wild Honey Pie mashed with Paul McCartney telling an old dirty joke :shock:

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Yeah, I heard that joke by him somewhere already, about a year ago? Fun again when it is put to music. Probably won't be a repeated listening (how many times is the joke funny? :lol: ), but a fun listen!


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BDJ wrote:
Well, here we go on the new forum. And a difficult start it is with WHP.

After struggling a bit, I went for a 'pop' version, with backing tracks from roughly the same period. All Beatles, except for the second bit.

You may recognise most of the building blocks; the guitar solo is from a 'White Album Jam', one of the few that Yoko Ono did not chatter through....
The outtro is from ""Art of Dying"; so, the track now spans the whole spectrum, from a happy-go-lucky start, to the deep doom of the end. More than WHP deserved, IMHO.

Listen at the usual place:
http://bdj.podomatic.com/entry/2008-04- ... 5_03-07_00


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Wow, totally unexpected, that was a totally different feeling to it! Some very cool guitar work you added in, I must say! 8) :D :o 8)


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Here's one very strange version!
It features Wild Honey Pie, Honey Pie, and Revolution #9 by The Beatles,
and This Never Happened Before by Paul McCartney, as well as 19 by Paul Hardcastle, and other samples. (see attachment!)


This is really really terrific. The first set of the Honey Pie lyrics sounded slightly off, but all the rest was really superb, I must say, great job. Number 19. Number 19. :wink:


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MP3J wrote:
Two new entries here...both with rap accompaniment. I love these!
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Beatles and Public Enemy.

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Beatles and Eminem with The Avalanches

...both at http://mp3jpart2.podomatic.com/


Believe it or not, I really liked the first one, I thought it worked really well. :o

The second one, as will be no surprise, I wasn't so fond of, but there are others who like that market.


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dj konrad useo wrote:
After already working with this track last month,I found no patience for it again this month.
Nonetheless,I came up with this cut,which I compare to
the most abrasive punk out there
in its unpleasantness.

This version contains bits from
Ringo's "Oh My My"
John's "Cold Turkey"
George's "Dream Scene"
Pauls' "Wild Honey Pie"
& Yoko's "Amsterdam".

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http://djuseo.multiply.com/music/item/1 ... Ringo_Yoko


ah, some sweet wonderwall sounds, I love the opening! Yoko never sounded better than in this nice mix. A couple of the cold turkey riffs sound not placed quite right, or maybe it didn't exactly fit in the space right, perhaps the guitar a little faster?. The piano, is that from Oh My My? very effective! Thanks, I love this kind of wierdness!


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Though I made a valiant effort, I am sure I didn't get the pitching right. But it is some more wierdness that fits in with the rest! :lol:

"Wild Honey Bee" by TJT

http://patamixicalscience.podomatic.com

"Wild Honey Pie" by The Beatles vs. "Honey Bee" by Muddy Waters

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Hahaha! that makes me laugh...especially when Muddy's solo kicks in.
I think i would have looped that bit. Nice try, i know it's not easy working with vintage tracks...mono and all.


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MP3J wrote:
Hahaha! that makes me laugh...especially when Muddy's solo kicks in.
I think i would have looped that bit. Nice try, i know it's not easy working with vintage tracks...mono and all.


yes, I know what you mean. But it was meant to be kind of a loopy track instead of a serious track, so I know what you mean. And yes that verse with the Muddy guitar is my favorite, I laugh too! :lol:


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:D :twisted:

http://mp3j.podomatic.com/


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I liked the waters one by TJT a lot.Some interesting bits there,& overall good fun.

MP3j's napoleon track is a hoot & a hollar.Kudos for that.Love that cover.


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I give up! This was the closest I could come to making a more listenable boot of WHP.

Wild Tommy Pie (Beatles vs Who)

http://djuseo.multiply.com/music/item/1 ... les_vs_Who


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thanks peeps was phun


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dj konrad useo wrote:
I liked the waters one by TJT a lot.Some interesting bits there,& overall good fun.



strange, I missed further posts in this thread! I thought my mix brought it to a dead halt.

Thanks for your comments, it was fun, but I thought the singing might have been too far out of tune for people to enjoy. But cool! and I see I missed more mixes too!

I guess that is what I get for relying on "View Posts Since Last Visit", I totally missed many more posts in here!


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MP3J wrote:


I LOVE this one! Really great!

You know, early on when I discovered your work and the WTF's, you long ago did another version of They're Coming To Take Me Away, probably somewhere in the WTF20's, and that was one of my initial attractions to your work (this is before Beatles dominated), and I love the loopiness of it all. I think I will have to dig that old mix out again as well!

Great stuff!


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I give up! This was the closest I could come to making a more listenable boot of WHP.

Wild Tommy Pie (Beatles vs Who)

http://djuseo.multiply.com/music/item/1 ... les_vs_Who


Well, a good try! But, nothing to do with your mix, I was never much of a fan of this Who track. I do like several things by the Who, but this wasn't one of them. I always thought Tommy was way overrated.


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dj konrad useo wrote:
After already working with this track last month,I found no patience for it again this month.
Nonetheless,I came up with this cut,which I compare to
the most abrasive punk out there
in its unpleasantness.

This version contains bits from
Ringo's "Oh My My"
John's "Cold Turkey"
George's "Dream Scene"
Pauls' "Wild Honey Pie"
& Yoko's "Amsterdam".

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http://djuseo.multiply.com/music/item/1 ... Ringo_Yoko



Yoko's vocals were brilliant! Sounded like a little bee buzzing round the Apple Pie ... er Honey Pie that is :wink:


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