Paul's idea was to have a burst of noise, that would loop infinitely, to surprise the listener after the record finished. John loved the idea and insisted they include a 15-kilocycle dog whistle, also. Turned out, they spent 9 hours recording this brief, complex, and surreal ending to their masterpiece.The run-out groove track was only included in English pressings; and modern repressings, if they do include it, stick it on to the end of "Day in the Life, " because many modern record players automatically eject before reaching the run-out groove (though they usually have a switch to disable the eject). Pressing has a foldover visible at the top edge of the gatefold and yellow letters on the "Parlophone" print on the record labels. The run-out groove is stamped Side 1: XEX 637-1; Side 2: XEX 638-1. This comes complete with its psychedelic album sleeve and original insert of cut-outs. This is not only the first pressing, but it is the mono version, which is the original intended recording. Mono recordings are mixed differently than stereo in the studio. Here is a list of sonic differences. The funky backwards guitar part at the end of the opening song just before Billy Shears.
The flangey/ADT effect on Ringo's voice during some chorus of With A Little Help From My Friends. The tripped out flangey vocals from the second verse out on Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.
The slightly longer end of "Fixing A Hole" where McCartney is wailing up high. The change in tone in "She's leaving home" in the mono version - due to being sped up, not so dreary and long as in the stereo version. The timing on the effects of Mr. The extended louder laughter on Within You Without You.
The louder backing "oo-oo's" on "When I'm 64". The "bleed edit" found at the beginning of the Sgt. Pepper Reprise; you can hear the machine flutter as it comes out of pause. The low volume mumbo jumbo during the extended bass drum raps at the beginning of the Sgt. The timing of the audiences are different on the "Reprise" section.
Paul McCartney ad libbing at the end. Paul sound like he is saying Thank you very much good night now... The Matrix and Stampers are. Side 1: XEX 637-1 Stampers: 37 ARM. Side 2: XEX 378-1 Stampers: 12 RHR.All Vinyl is play tested and we do our best to describe accurately. All Albums are packaged with the record outside the jacket in a collector protector archival quality record sleeve; with the cover and record in a plastic sleeve with two rigid cardboard stiffeners inside the box to ensure no movement during transit. Please contact me directly if you have any questions or issues.