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Walter Jackson "uphill Climb To The Bottom"

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Train spotting time.

 

Has anybody noticed the difference in the album track to the 45? To my ears there is more of a female vocal on the album track just after half way when the strings and horns kick in, WJ vocals depart and a more predominate female vocal comes out.

 

While there is a female backing on both tracks, on the album (Speak her name) the female vocal is defo more pronounced?

 

would it be a quieter cut on the LP which makes this possible or is it a slightly different version/take?

 

 I know must get a life....was just wondering if anybody else noticed this considering it's an very old well known track?

 

Dave

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hi dave,just played them through, i cant hear a difference to be truthfull, backing vocals beneath him , then the instrumental break comes as he starts singing again he says ( quietly) "listen" the backing vocals then lift to become more prominent as he sings, my lp is mono and the 45  is on columbia, maybe the us 45 is different? god i need to get out more.....

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Good points Garethx and Stillsoulin,  My LP is stereo and the  45 is on Okeh so that might explain it and the 45 certainly sounds a lot heavier in the bassline production. It was just so strange to actually hear the difference on a well known old track, as they have both been sat in my collection for ages and I had never noticed it before.

 

I was under the assumption you were supposed to lose your hearing when you get older, not get hearing abilities like a female and hear everything?

 

Thanks for your input.

 

Dave

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