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Audio Recorded by Tattooed_Angel in the Style of 3 Doors Down.
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Welcome to the third and final Let's Hear The Harmony contest. This is the Audition Round where, in this round, I am the only judge. Qualifications? Be able to harmonize :D For this audition round you should choose a song that has NO OTHER VOCALS EXCEPT YOUR OWN....no song that has "built in" background singers will be accepted. And then harmonize with yourself. So each submission will have at least 2 layers (but you can have as many as you see fit, adding numerous harmonies if you like.
Audio Recorded by Tattooed_Angel in the Style of The Beatles.
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Written by: Lennon-McCartney Recorded: 21-23, 25, 29, 30 July 1969 Come Together, the lead song on The Beatles' Abbey Road album, was conceived by John Lennon as a political rallying cry for the writer, psychologist and pro-drugs activist Timothy Leary. The song was composed for Timothy Leary's campaign to stand against Ronald Reagan as governor of California. Leary and his wife Rosemary had traveled to Montreal for John and Yoko's bed-in for peace, which took place on 1 June 1969. The Learys participated in the recording of Lennon's Give Peace A Chance, and were both namechecked in the lyrics. The following day Lennon offered to help Leary's campaign. His slogan was 'Come together, join the party'. Lennon sent Leary a demo tape of song ideas. However, when Leary was imprisoned for cannabis possession the campaign ended, enabling Lennon to record the song with The Beatles. The thing was created in the studio. It's gobbledygook; Come Together was an expression that Leary had come up with for his attempt at being president or whatever he wanted to be, and he wasked me to write a campaign song. I tried and tried, but I couldn't come up with one. But I came up with this, Come Together, which would've been no good to him - you couldn't have a campaign song like that, right?