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42 thoughts on “How to Sing You Won’t See Me Vocal Harmony Tutorial Beatles Harmonies”

  1. Galeazzo, bravo! Ammiro molto la vostra dedizione allo studio e al canto di
    tutte le canzoni dei Beatles. Veramente eccellente. Siga in questo modo 🙂

  2. Great Galeazzo! Nice one! Man, how hard is achieve high tunes done by Paul
    in this vocal harmony. I liked the tip you gave about the voice range. It’s
    always good remember this… My voice walks between George and John’s
    voices’s range. In ‘She loves you’, i was trying to perform Paul’s voice,
    but it’s very high to me. Sometimes I get sometimes don’t… My throat must
    be very warm to achieve that. Thanks a lot!

  3. GF: Another great video. The English word for the top or roof of the mouth
    is palate. You were close! Americans usually emphasize the first syllable,
    as in “PAL-et.” I’ve never heard a Brit say it. “Palatable” means tasty.
    MORE THAN YOU WANT TO KNOW?

  4. Agree with you and George M. Their voices were different yet similar.
    Martin also said J,P & G’s voices had similaries that allowed them to
    harmonize almost like brothers, while Paul’s was sweet and clear, John’s
    nasal and expressive, George’s more glottal. This similarity is part of
    what enables great singers like Frudua to sound like all three.

  5. Plain and simply amazing…yet very practical for understanding the complex
    harmonies and learning such a nice classic as well. Kudos! Mr. Frudua!!!

  6. fantastic video Mr F! I always thought that high falsetto was John though –
    especially because of the way it cracks towards the end of the song.. I
    think Paul’s voice would have produced a purer note. Just a theory. The
    recording is still a work of genius (as is your video!).

  7. Dear Galeazzo, I like your harmony lessons very much: the way you explain,
    fast and slow explanation when heeded, selection of early The Beatles
    songs. I made a few covers and I do appreciate to know you opinion. All
    positive emotions from my covers is your success, all mistakes in
    harmony–are my faults . Thank you. Best regards, DedStar

  8. Well, if you are a baritone how could you reach Paul higher notes without
    doing a falsetto or simply ruin your voice?! Certanly Galeazzo is a tenor
    singer, that´s why he can do almost easily Paul´s part in these harmonies.
    And I suppose John and George are between the baritone and tenor voice,
    cause they can´t reach that higher notes without stretching their voices
    too much.

  9. I think only the first “ooooh-lalala” is “double George” (i.e., without
    John). In the others “uuh-lalala” I think I hear John´s voice clearly.
    Well, it’s an opinion.

  10. Have to disagree. Sounds like John singing the descending chromatic line on
    the ooh la la las & John singing the lower counterpoint part to Paul’s
    higher “knew what I was missing” at the end of the bridge. It’s a Paul song
    but John’s harmonies are very much present.

  11. Man, you´re great! I´m from Brasil and a Beatleamaniac! You do a excellent
    job! please record the masterpiece “because” I´ll be watching you! thanks…

  12. y outube.com/watch?v=qWONqXt1XZ8 Check it out here. But I would appreciate
    if Galeazzo could do it too. He is always so perfectly clear in all the
    notes!

  13. Regarding the whole mini-debate over whether it was mostly George on
    backing vocals. I always heard a lot more of that Liverpool accent in the
    backing vocals than in most other Beatles songs. It’s one thing that made
    the song stand out to me for years as being slightly different in sound
    than other Beatles harmonies. So I always thought this seemed to be one
    where George took a larger role in the backing tracks

  14. Given the track breakdown of the instruments and how they only had two
    tracks for the vocals (they didn’t do a bounce-down mix on this track since
    they were in a hurry — this was recorded on the last day of recording for
    the album), it’s likely that either George or John took the high harmony on
    the backing vocals. Paul’s lead vocals are double-tracked, so he wouldn’t
    have sung on the backup vocals.

  15. Very good job !! and an excellent explanation about how to place the voice.
    All the harmonies are absolutely CORRECT.

  16. Fantastic!
    6:27….can I complaint?
    “Time after time, you refused….etc”.
    To me the first “time” is a half step higher than the second “time”.
    When I play the guitar I play “(Bm)Time after (Dm)time…
    The Bm doesn’t have a F note in it. So it sounds wrong to me.
    Correct me if I’m wrong, I’m no McCartney…:)
    Rock on!

  17. Actually, the high note that is sung is G-sharp, not A-flat. A-flat would
    imply that it’s a flat root. It is not; it is a seventh. 

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