The Beatles Isolated Vocal Track: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

The reprise version of the title track, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, was the final song recorded for the album and it was all done in a single day. It’s a simple track compared to others on the album but the vocals in particular are beautiful to listen to with all four Beatles singing. What we have below is the isolated vocal track where you’ll be able to listen to the four Beatles completely nakedĀ and bare of any music.

Take a listen:

The harmonies are the first thing you notice when you listen to this along with the studio chatter before and after the song, chatter that isn’t audible in the full version on the album. That alone makes this a special isolated track to listen to.

As I’ve said in all of the isolated track articles I’ve written to date, you can’t beat isolated tracks from The Beatles. Their work is second to none and being able to hear something like this really adds to the magic and opens up their work even more.

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One thought on “The Beatles Isolated Vocal Track: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

  1. bruce says:

    Pauls voice comes through so strongly. He takes the high harmony and melds with Johns voice perfectly. First noticed on If I Fell. Not only the harmony but how they could mimic each other. Amazing

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