How To Sing I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party Beatles Harmony Lesson Tutorial

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Learn how to sing I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party vocal harmony by The Beatles. Video harmonies breakdown lesson by Galeazzo Frudua on I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party Beatles harmonies breakdown. Enjoy!

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44 thoughts on “How To Sing I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party Beatles Harmony Lesson Tutorial

  1. Hi, Galeazzo +The Beatles Vocal Harmony… I’m from Brazil and I would
    suggest you to produce the video of the song ” You Should Mother to Know ”

    Hugs

  2. Wooowww. Another great video from a great musician again.
    Mr Frudua I think you ought to make contact with Paul and Ringo and you
    should demonstrate the videos to them I mean they’ve the right to know such
    an impeccable musician like you.
    But my favorite is your rendition of can’t buy me love.
    I mean everyone can play guitar and sing but a few people can recreate the
    song.
    Greetings from Turkey,
    Enes

  3. Hey Gale! I was wondering if you would do a harmony video about Tell Me
    What You See. I think there’s a beautiful harmony in there, but it’s up to
    you :)

  4. Galeazzo, I’ve been a Beatles fan since I was 2 (49 now) but I never fully
    appreciated the complexity and magnificence of their harmonies until I
    found your site! I am more in awe of The Beatles than ever after listening
    to you break down their harmonies. I don’t know how you do it, but please
    keep doing it, you have an amazing ear my friend! Grazie!!!

  5. And another top job by you Mr Frudua! I always used to think that the
    earlier Beatles songs were simple, and the later ones from Sgt Pepper
    onwards were really more complex. But that does not do justice to the
    brilliance of the harmonies of the earlier songs like this one.

    One thing I’d *love* you to do one day is a breakdown of an Everly Brothers
    song like All I Have To Do Is Dream. This would be a great way to hear how
    much they influenced the Beatles’ singing. Thanks again!

  6. You’re absolutely right about Paul’s ability to emulate John’s vocals. In
    Eight Days A Week, I’m convinced they’re both singing in unison, but their
    voices are so close, it sounds like a singular voice and it’s almost
    impossible to hear Paul. Of course, Paul did a great Lennon impression on
    Let Me Roll It too.

  7. I appreciate the time you put into making these videos for us…..but I
    have to disagree….John Lennon harmonized with himself on the verse and
    then took the low part in the middle

  8. I just received 2 responses from 2 of the best Beatles tribute bands
    ….1964 & Rain…both of which proved me and Galeazzo
    incorrect…..According to them it is John and George on the verse and of
    course we both agree it’s John and Paul in the middle….Those tribute
    bands responses closes the query for me…

  9. Although I believe that John was the real “heart and soul” of The Beatles,
    McCartney was in a strong second place. I’ve seen him live twice live, in
    2012, and last October, 2014, in Jacksonville, Florida, and both have been
    amazing concerts. Btw, your tutorials are great, since you dissect the
    Beatles harmonies in a way such that even those of us with many years
    of musical background can learn something new about their musical
    arrangements. Ausgezeichnet Mr. Frudua!!!

  10. Btw, I don’t know if you have ever heard of Tilo Wolff, a talented German
    composer-singer (Goth Rock genre). His music is very eclectic, from the
    harmonies of Call Me With the Voice of Love, to Crucifixio. Nice blend of
    Rock and Classical music.

  11. what apened whit the other video of this song, is this new? i prefer the
    other one =( but youre a completly master i know PD: sorry for my writing
    im mexican, youre great!!

  12. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    You have taught me so much about harmonies and unravelled a few mysteries
    for me.
    And what better subject than the brilliant Beatles! My favourite band.
    You have made a terrible singer like me slightly less terrible. You are a
    wonderful talent and I thank you for all your time and effort into your
    great videos.
    Any one who loves the Beatles as much as you do is a friend of mine.
    Cheers
    James

  13. Thank you Fradua Galeazzo for all of these Beatle’s vocal breakdowns,
    listening to them brings us a new dimention (new to me, anyway) to their
    music and the kind of musical performance team that they were. Having sung
    in choirs for most my (now gone) youth, I can only appreciate that much
    more what you are doing here; all my kudos to you, Fradua.

  14. Gale is right, Paul mimics John, the way you can is some of Paul’s ‘S’
    sounds are kind of pronounced as a slight ‘sh’, this can be heard on a lot
    of songs. Paul doesn’t always sing the letter S that cleanly. That’s my
    interpretation

  15. thank you for another lovely thoughtful job. I always also enjoyed this
    song because it sounded so much like a Buddy Holly song, I thought John
    perhaps had written it that way on purpose.

  16. You’ve opened my eyes. I always liked these pop songs by The Beatles, but I
    didn’t realize how non-trivial they are and how good the singers were!

  17. This song is perfection. From the vocals, especially the harmonies and the
    extremes of high/low range, the guitar work (John and George) and the
    lyrics…makes you glad to be alive to have this in it.

  18. Hi there! I’m up-and-coming producer/artist trying to get some exposure for
    a few of my songs. I have a dance-pop track called ‘i LuV iT’ that I did
    with singer Ashley Jana that definitely could go with one of your video’s
    concepts. I’d love to let you use the song for free in other similar types
    of videos. Get back to me if you have any interest, here’s the link to the
    song:

    If you like it I can send over the mp3. Thanks!

  19. I have listened to this song a thousands times and one of my all time
    favourite Beatle songs. I truly believe John is doing both vocals in the
    verse. You can tell its Johns diction and tone which Paul cant imitate.
    Sorry Fradua.

  20. You had another version of this previously? It wasn’t as complete as
    this, but – for me – it was easier to follow and I learned more from it.

  21. It’s a duet by John and George. And probably was written by both Lennon and
    Harrison. as standard credit it’s indicated as a Lennon – McCartney
    composition.

  22. After trying for years to become a better singer I found Bens Singer Blog
    and this appears to be the simplest online system (check it out on google)

  23. Both Ian and Kaya are able to accompany you on the piano, but if you want to sing with a backing track then that is always an option too.

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