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Old 01-16-2020, 12:15 PM
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But SGCYM is clearly recorded live, it's not fine tuned enough to be a studio track with just a crowd added. Or are my ears that naive?
You know it's a studio track because the backing tracks from it are used as samples on the Soundstage DVD. Besides, other than with FM, Lindsey didn't play any live shows with a band between 1994 and 2003 (when he performed the Soundstage show).
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Old 01-16-2020, 05:34 PM
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With Down on Rodeo it sure seems like while they may have put a master track together years earlier that the cut on UTS was a discard from SYW sessions.

But SGCYM is clearly recorded live, it's not fine tuned enough to be a studio track with just a crowd added. Or are my ears that naive?

When might this have been recorded?
Someone's Gotta Change Your Mind is absolutely not recorded live. What you hear are samples of sounds of little children playing - auditory allusion to the opening lyric. The song has an enormous amount of VG-8 guitar synth, they brought into orchestrate and arrange the synthesizer strings that LB played on it, Mick with overdubbed percussion and of course plenty of vari-speed vocals.
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