How To Sing a cover of Ask Me Why Beatles Vocal Harmony Lesson Tutorial

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40 thoughts on “How To Sing a cover of Ask Me Why Beatles Vocal Harmony Lesson Tutorial

  1. you’re great it’s really awesome that you take the time to figure all of these vocal melodies out to help out all of the singers and Beatles fans of youtube

  2. this is a fascinating study and having been in a rock group for years I know how difficult getting guys up to the mic to harmonize can be. I wish I had your talent and skill around back then > This has been very enjoyable. Thanks.

  3. This is actually a rather mysterious song in the Beatle’s catalogue.
    EMI destroyed the other tape reels of this song, and it is ultimately unknown how many takes there were of this song.
    Elvis Costello once said that walking into a recording session with “Ask Me Why” as just another B-side is simply incredible. He’s absolutely right.
    This is one of the earliest examples of class-A songwriting from the boys.
    As far as 1962/1963 is concerned, there is little meaningful competition.

  4. Hi Galaezzo, Your tutorials are brilliant. Could I just ask what mic you use as I notice that you are singing quite close yet are not getting sibilance on the S sounds or pop sounds on the P sound? Thanks, Phil

  5. Nice – been singing this since 1963 when they hit – we listened to every song, taking each totally apart so we could do what they do! These harmonies are still with me in my repertoire today.

  6. I’ve also been singing all this for the past 50 years, struggling with the highs since my voice changed….now it ain’t happening. Time to sit back and watch someone else do it better than I ever could. Thanks.

  7. Hi
    I’d like some advice on how to fix/ heal my singing folsetto voice. I had a head/throat cold about 2 – 3 months ago. Now! still, i cannot switch, from Natural singing voice to Folsetto, as easily and clearly, as I used to be able to do it.

    Q: What can I do to get that back, as I am performing at a wedding in february(2014).

    Thank you

    Rudi GB

  8. You are just awesome Man. It that a beautiful arrangement or what. You don’t hear harmonies like that too often!!!.Great job. Love & peace my friend. 

  9. Really awesome! But I believe there is a wrong chord in the harmony played.
    In the part “That I, I, I… Should never never never be blue”… The sequence fo chords, I believe, is C#m Am F# B7. And f I am wrong, please please me.

  10. Gale – just got your lyrics breakdown AMAZING work my dear friend !
    As I told you in my personal email , I get a LOT of drumming info from your vocal deconstructs. Here is one in “Ask me why” 
    This is “almost” a  50s,60s swing feel  but it is mixed with a “Cuban Bolero” played faster than “And I love her” which is another Bolero. There’s a lot of this Bolero influence in Beatles music(according to Howard Goodall ) and if you play Ravel’s Bolero (which is a Spanish not Cuban Bolero you’ll hear the rhythm in a VERY pronounced marching style, but it is there.
    Thank you Gale
      

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