I knew a few of them:
"She Loves You" at the end of "All You Need is Love" is Paul.
The edit in Strawberry fields comes right before the second verse starts. They recorded the song twice, with different instrumentation each time, and John decided he liked the first version of the first verse and the 2nd version of the rest of the song. Problem was the two versions were in slightly different keys (a half-step apart), and George Martin had to speed one up and slow the other down to get them to match.
The voices at the end of "I Am The Walrus" are chanting "Everybody's got one." Rumor for years that it was "Everbody smoke pot." You can also hear a bit of a radio production of Shakespeare's "King Lear." It's a death scene and it was regarded as a clue in the "Paul is Dead" rumor.
The voice effects in "Yellow Submarine" are being done by John (the "dock sounds").
"Revolution 9" when played backwards is supposed to recreate the sounds of the car crash that "killed" Paul. The repeated "Number nine, number nine..." played backwards sounds like "turn me on, dead man." Honest.
Ringo had the blisters. The song actually ended in quite a long jam, which was edited (via a fade out and fade back in) for the album. By the end of it Ringo did in fact have blisters on his fingers.
Have you ever ?
? heard chattering, voices, or odd noises in the background of a Beatles song?
? wondered who sang "She Loves You" at the end of All You Need Is Love ?
? heard stories about what John sings at the end of Baby You?re A Rich Man?
? wanted to know which Beatles song, played on the radio the world over, has an undeleted expletive in, where it is, and why it happened?
? wondered where the famous edit is in Strawberry Fields Forever, and what the Morse code in it might mean?
? puzzled over strange voices in I Am The Walrus, Yellow Submarine, and Revolution No. 9?
? or wondered about these backwards messages about Paul ? ?
? wanted to know about that alarm clock noise, where John can be heard chewing gum, what?s tapping through Blackbird, why there are bits missing in Day Tripper?s guitars, what all those strange bits in Helter Skelter are all about, and who?s got the blisters?
? Then keep reading, for you are among friends.
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