The Beatles Isolated Organ/Orchestra Track: Something

Written by George Harrison and included on the Abbey Road album, Something is without a doubt George’s most famous song while he was in The Beatles and one of the stand out tracks from that album. Normally with an isolated track article I’d post the guitars or perhaps the vocals but what you have here is the isolated organ (played by Billy Preston) and the orchestral pieces. Both of them together form an incredible isolated track.

Have a listen:

Hearing the organ isolated the way it is but also alongside the orchestral pieces is nothing short of majestic. Listening to this isolated track really opens up the song and enables you to hear more of the background instruments which are buried a little deeper in the final mix due to the guitar, bass, drums and of course the vocals. It really is beautiful and one of the best isolated Beatles tracks you’ll hear, although I’ve been saying that in every isolated track article I’ve posted so far. You just can’t beat them.

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21 thoughts on “The Beatles Isolated Organ/Orchestra Track: Something

  1. Jim S. says:

    These isolated tracks are super-cool. I’m going to listen to all the ‘Jessica’ ones. Would you be averse to me re-blogging this (with all appropriate credits of course)?

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  2. Ramon Robin Cruz says:

    yes! all beatles songs will be dissect for the future release with 5.1 surround album release as officially in bluray format.. NICE!

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  3. Ree says:

    This is glorious!

    It’s a real shame that it will probably be taken down shortly. 😦 All Beatles videos are being removed online (even covers!). I can’t watch most of the Beatles videos you’ve posted and I’m in the UK. It’s a real shame because I’d love to listen to them all after hearing this.

    Thanks for the great work. It’s nice being able to listen to music in different ways and really appreciate how fantastic a song is. 🙂

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