How To Sing Mean Mr Mustard Beatles Vocal Harmony Breakdown

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26 thoughts on “How To Sing Mean Mr Mustard Beatles Vocal Harmony Breakdown

  1. Ian Harrison says:

    Wow!!! it’s so much easy like this way!!! Haha!, Thank you very much!!! :)

  2. Jack Stedron says:

    Great job! Can you do Lovely Rita next?

  3. Tango Eliott says:

    I always loved Beatles harmonies and this song is no exception. Great to
    learn how they did it. Much thanks, as always!

  4. TheFailingGamers says:

    When do we get to hear that fantastic Maybe I’m Amazed cover you keep
    taunting us with at the end?!

  5. Jeff Allen says:

    Great! Bravo!

    John on the upper vocal? Hmmm … I always thought it was Paul. Most
    sources (BeatlesBible.com, wikipedia, list Paul as a harmony vocalist.
    Also, the word “ma-an” in “dirty old ma-an” really sounds like Paul!

    Sooo glad to learn from another tutorial though 😉 when are you doing
    Revolution #9?

  6. GoucheGizmo says:

    always thought it was Paul doing the high vocal on this one

  7. Mean “Mister” Mustard says:

    Thank you as always for a great video. I used to really like this song, so
    much in fact that I made it my username. It’s an odd, catchy song.

  8. Liam James says:

    Awesome video, love this song. But surely it is Paul doing the upper vocal;
    you can clearly hear it is him in most of it.

  9. charliebadger says:

    I would fucking love to be your neighbour xxx :)

  10. Anthony Hadj says:

    Great video! I think Paul sings the high voice.

  11. Christopher Robinson says:

    Thanks for all your hard work on these songs. You really do give a great
    incite into the construction of their harmonies. It’s a lot like hearing
    them for the first time

  12. Ben Baker says:

    Can you do the vocals for Revolution 1, Strawberry Fields Forever (LOVE
    version), or Because?

  13. Matheus Mello says:

    It’s not Paul on high vocals? You sure about that? It’s not an ironic
    question, I really mean it.

  14. mickavellian says:

    MISSED you Gale ! One of my fave George Martin magic tricks the splice of
    Mr. Mustard /Polyethene Pam. It is two totally different drum tracks and It
    sounds like two different melody line …. but it is so seamless … then
    that killer ” Ohhhh LOOK OUTTT……. “She came into the …..” three,
    three songs in one. Oh the magic.
    Gale heard those young kids REO Brothers? AMAZING .. they have a few vocal
    problems with Paul lines . They wrote to me said they study you religiously
    .. hmmm NOT close enough I guess. but NONE is older than 22 !

  15. Love your work always….but the word ‘Shop’ is slightly off key. Total
    respect for ALL your work.

  16. McLennStarrIson says:

    And I’m still here waiting for you to do Lovely Rita, the harmonies are
    perfect.

  17. Danilo Lima says:

    please make a music video all i’ve got to the

  18. TheGiox1997 says:

    Galeazzo, la seconda parte di Abbey Road è bellissima. Più che pensare a
    varie canzoni la penso come un’unica canzone più lunga

  19. Rick Roscoe says:

    I always thought it was Paul doing the high harmony, but who am I to argue
    with the master?

  20. Nathan Verdin says:

    Could you do Maxwell’s Silver Hammer or Octopus’s Garden?

  21. Hello. You have a great voice! Have you ever considered any Beach Boys? For
    example – 

  22. Jonathan Rose says:

    Nice vocals. You still sound like Paul even when you sing John, though (not
    that that’s a bad thing). :)

  23. Juan Roque says:

    great but you are wrong, Mr Beatles Expert… according to Beatles Bible,
    was Paul McCartney who sang the harmonys of this song.
    yours truly

  24. Alexander Miller says:

    Good to hear the parts separated like that. Great performance as well. x

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