How To Sing Hey Bulldog Beatles Vocal Harmony Lesson Tutorial

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Learn how to sing Hey Bulldog vocal harmony by The Beatles. Video harmonies breakdown lesson by Galeazzo Frudua on Hey Bulldog Beatles harmonies breakdown. Enjoy!

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38 thoughts on “How To Sing Hey Bulldog Beatles Vocal Harmony Lesson Tutorial

  1. Andrea Mazza says:

    Ciao sono Andrea ti volevo chiedere 3 cose: 1) come fai a affiancare i 2
    video o più? 2) il microfono che usi e da sala di registrazione?, quando
    registri si sente in sottofondo rumore o fruscio? Ciao continua così
    Complimenti!!!

  2. Ray Costello says:

    Hi Galeazzo, Just wanted to say how fantastic your Beatles Harmony video’s
    are. Your attention to detail is really appreciated and so well explained.
    I’m working on learning ‘This Boy’ at the moment from one of your previous
    video’s. Please keep them coming! Thanks again Ray

  3. Dimi Dzhunov says:

    Awsome !!!! simply the best !!!

  4. The Beatles Vocal Harmony says:

    Just listen to how this song is beautiful and delivers even with just one
    piano…

  5. Matthew Keith Bach says:

    I LOVE YOU!!!!! in a…. you know…in a manly kind of way

  6. fliegeroh says:

    Galeazzo, there is a little gray cat sleeping in the background.

  7. Hey Galeazzo, could you PLEASE let your next video be a tutorial on the
    exact vocal harmonies of “I’m Down”, including the “down” low part?

  8. Dean Trudeau says:

    Loved it! R.I.P. Davy Jones who died today in Florida

  9. Rafael Ramos says:

    Please do With a little help from my friends 🙂

  10. CTioReFLe says:

    BEATLES FOR EVeeeeeeeeeeR….. Greetings from Greece (Salonica)

  11. Jeizon Rodrigues says:

    Hi, I’m from Brazil ! I’d like to see a tutorial on the vocal harmonies of
    “Real Love”. Great videos, man! Congratulations!

  12. wndsrfn99 says:

    Thanks for the videos!! Helps a ton.

  13. elirosen1391 says:

    I think “standing in the rain” and “doing it again” are on the upper
    harmony. John had that one, and Paul had the lower harmony.

  14. terrythekittie says:

    Very good tutorial..the Beatles spread the music of love as far as Brazil
    and it comes back from you…congratulations.

  15. Harland Block says:

    can you sing please mister post man

  16. Felipe Sato says:

    Actually, the lower vocals were made by Paul correct? In the song, I can
    hear John making a higher vocal while Paul is doing the Lower one… am I
    wrong?

  17. Phil Davis says:

    Outstanding… I’m here in the USA…. I think this is one of The Beatles
    Greatest songs. You did it well.

  18. The Beatles Vocal Harmony says:

    Thanks a lot! Glad you appreciated!

  19. Pete Gitlin says:

    Great tutorials…thank you Galeazzo!

  20. Brad Norman says:

    You miss one important issue: John Lennon (for a change) is singing the
    high part with Paul singing the low part – and John sings the lead on this
    – You missed this as you missed “Tell Me Why”, which John also sings the
    high harmony – and lead – on. Occasionally both he and Paul would do this.
    Another song which is odd is “I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party”, where John
    sings the high part for the chorus, but switches to the low part for the
    bridge and lets Paul do the high part there.

  21. Brad Norman says:

    Another song where they switch back and forth is “Eight Days a Week”…John
    sings the high part in the chorus (…Eight Days a Wee–eek), but drops to
    the low part on the bridge, “Eight Days a Week….I lo-o-o-o-ove
    you…”…Eight Days a Week – is not enough to show I care…”,. etc/

  22. tuang1234 says:

    Do you have reverb or some voice effect?

  23. Matt Davis says:

    I thought you were Jon Stewart at first glance

  24. Ash Almond says:

    Your harmonies are perfect. Great sound.. magnifique. Merci beaucoup.

  25. elirosen1391 says:

    I don’t know about “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party”, but I agree with you
    on “Tell Me Why”, especially considering the way he sings “cries”.

  26. Diego Marcano says:

    Hello Galeazzo, thanks for uploading this videos, you’re great. Would you
    mind doing a video on Eight Days A Week? Thanks! keep on it.

  27. I hate to be trollin’ – that is why I will not comment on this video.
    Instead I’ll just put a little smilety face with glasses: 8-] (there you go)

  28. Steve Jump says:

    From what Galleazzo says I wonder if the recordings were cleaned up
    rehearsals that sounded good enough to fill out the “Yellow Submarine”
    album. I think George Martin actually rejected “Only a Northern Song” from
    Sgt. Pepper. I guess he had the power, or the other Beatles made him do the
    dirty work — like they made Brian Epstein fire Pete Best.

  29. Beatles Piano says:

    Hi friend i want to share you my video tutorial piano. You are great!
    Grettings from México. 

  30. Ken Hatley says:

    What kind of mic are you using?

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