How to sing Dr Robert Vocal Harmony Beatles Tutorial Harmonies

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Learn how to sing Dr Robert Beatles vocal harmony harmonies. Video lesson by Galeazzo Frudua on Dr Robert Beatles harmonies breakdown.

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Additional vocal breakdown for the “Doctor Robert” phrase after the “Well, well, well, he’ll make you” line (sorry missed these ones) are

First time at 1:10 of the original song:
John (low vocals) “Doc (G glissato to G#) – tor (G#)) Robert (A)
Paul (high vocals) “Doc (C# glissato to D) – tor (C) Robert (C#)

Second time at 2:17 of the original song
John (low vocals) “Doc (G glissato to G#) – tor (G) Robert (A)
Paul (high vocals) “Doc (C#) – tor (C) Robert (C#)

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43 thoughts on “How to sing Dr Robert Vocal Harmony Beatles Tutorial Harmonies

  1. guitar107 says:

    You are a dedicated student of the Beatles songs. Thank you very much for
    all your videos!

  2. guitar107 says:

    WOW. The “well, well, well” part is truly awesome.

  3. Merseyrock says:

    Very nice! voice work, Gale. Fellow youtube user frenchytouch made a nice
    instrumentation cover on this one. Check it out! 🙂

  4. Duddy Jai says:

    amazing galeazzo! thanks for the videos

  5. Chef Marco says:

    Thank you for your work helping us to recreate for ourselves the vocal
    parts of the Beatles music. To be able to produce a reasonable facsimile of
    their songs is a dream come true for me. I have tried for many years by
    myself, but with the internet, SEEING it done I can figure out the puzzle.
    I wish I could somehow return the favor.

  6. morris levy says:

    love that 3 part harmoney beatle sound, thank you.

  7. Stephen Patt says:

    Lovely job–I’ve known and loved this tune since it first hit my record
    player, and am taking a little side trip with The new Corvairs next week,
    sitting in for a missing musician–I’ll drag along my Gretsch, and let fly
    with some mighty accurate vocals, thanks to you. Preciate the help, bro!

  8. Eddie Guanajuato says:

    I am using these tutorials in my teaching of my Beatles History Class. We
    are currently at this writing on Rubber Soul!!!

  9. The Beatles Vocal Harmony says:

    Please thumb up so everyone knows 🙂 Additional vocal breakdown for the
    “Doctor Robert” phrase after the “Well, well, well, he’ll make you” line:
    At 1:10 of the original song: John (low vocals) “Doc (G glissato to G#) –
    tor (G#)) Robert (A) Paul (high vocals) “Doc (C# glissato to D) – tor (C)
    Robert (C#) At 2:17 of the original: John (low vocals) “Doc (G glissato to
    G#) – tor (G) Robert (A) Paul (high vocals)”Doc (C#) – tor (C) Robert (C#)
    The gliss are so fast you could also ignore them.

  10. betlemaniaco says:

    well, well, well, your feeling fine

  11. Aussiegirl1957 says:

    Great job. I love the way you deconstructed it, so we can see how it was
    put together. I’ve never been a fan of the song Dr Robert but I shall
    listen to it with fresh ears now. Cheers!

  12. Hi Galeazzo, it´s wonderful and unbelievable how much work you did with all
    that songs and difficult voices of the Beatles-songs. Since many years me
    and my friends try to play these songs too and I know how hard it is to
    sing it like the Beatles did and you do perfect. Compliments e tanti saluti
    from germany, Reiner

  13. MrSahansdal says:

    Awesome, Galeazzo. I would never have guessed John on the “well, well,
    well” part.

  14. pgamacorreia says:

    Lennon’s part in the brige is anything but easy. It´s incredible how they
    work these vocals harmonies. These are simple songs, but only to the ear.
    Thanks for posting.

  15. Sparky Nelson says:

    get a f’g life…you can’t sing this song without some english twang.. your
    ego is out of this world………..you suck

  16. Clive Whittles says:

    Hi. Had a go at this one as it is one of my favorites. Although my voice is
    not good I think I have managed some how to get the sound recording similar
    to the Beatles original. I use mixcraft. My voice recorded 3 times left
    channel and then right channel and again center. Hope have time to listen
    youtube.com/watch?v=xIXLnXn_oKw&list=UUyR51dIVAaUvm9CY1VMb5Zw&index=2

  17. Clive Whittles says:

    I have also listened to the opening line and I would say John sings ”Being
    my friend” not ”ring my friend.” Sounds like 2 syllables to me. But all
    the books say ring my friend??

  18. StartStudioMedia says:

    Hi Galeazzo, we really love the hard work you put into these videos. You´re
    great, keep on posting these videos, please. If by any chance you could
    cover ” She said, She said” you ´d make our day. As far as other opinions
    go, I can´t believe some people actually comment on your accent .Great
    singing, that´s what you do. Thank you very much indeed.

  19. Peter Fletcher says:

    However; I do believe that George is singing. He was so good at finding the
    odd part i.e. This Boy; Yes It Is, Help!, and many more.

  20. Andrew Powell says:

    Very much enjoyed listening, thanks for posting 🙂

  21. Don't Want To Join Google+ says:

    Oh my god… this is spectacular!!

  22. victor nev says:

    gee if you were from England you would sound just like the Beatles:}

  23. Chef Marco says:

    My admiration for your gift knows no bounds. To be able to do as opposed to
    listen to this celestial music is sublime. Thank you so much. Marco

  24. Wyldwood Studio says:

    Found it!..one of my favorites! It’s based on George’s dentist (not named
    “Robert”) who was a playboy swinger type, who tried to seduce the
    Harrison’s by having them over to visit him & his wife – he slipped them
    acid…they were with Ringo & Maureen and escaped when they caught on,
    tried to drive away and he tried to keep them there because only HE knew
    they took acid. It was a weird trip that night…when George and Ringo told
    the others about it, John got inspired to write this great tune.

  25. ..a great performance for a very great song!!

  26. Luteplayer1111 says:

    Wow. What a fantastic video. This song was a very difficult one to dissect.
    Thank you for posting.

  27. Nick Prendergast says:

    Shit! that middle one is hard! What makes you think it was John? They
    always give George the difficult one!

  28. olli lolli says:

    Galeazzo ma tu dove suoni? come si chiama il vostro gruppo? Vorrei tanto
    venire a sentirvi… i miei complimenti !!!!

  29. InsightWisdom says:

    One of the greatest satirical records of all time. Thanks for making this
    video!

  30. Alejandro Bustamante says:

    lol ¡¡¡¡ very good

  31. Paris Mayer says:

    Karen was once Head of Music teacher at a West London secondary school, however having sung and played piano with two cover bands for a few years now, she is branching out alone as a solo singer / pianist.

  32. Caroline Hurley says:

    Presto’s exceptional vocal lessons are available for the complete beginner right up to professional singers of all ages and backgrounds.

  33. Understand what your vocal tone is, i.e. the tonal quality that’s produced when you sing.

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