History ThrowItIn / Music

28th May '18 4:12:44 AM jormis29
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* Brett Eldredge's CarefulWithThatAxe moment on "Somethin' I'm Good At" was entirely ad-libbed, as he couldn't remember how long the break was before the next chorus.

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* Brett Eldredge's Music/BrettEldredge's CarefulWithThatAxe moment on "Somethin' I'm Good At" was entirely ad-libbed, as he couldn't remember how long the break was before the next chorus.
27th May '18 5:04:19 AM jormis29
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* Session guitarist Brent Mason ad-libbed some 70's porno-esque "wah wah" guitar sounds on Billy Currington's "Don't". They were left in.

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* Session guitarist Brent Mason ad-libbed some 70's porno-esque "wah wah" guitar sounds on Billy Currington's Music/BillyCurrington's "Don't". They were left in.
6th May '18 3:11:00 PM Twentington
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* Kathy Mattea's "455 Rocket" has an example at the end: session drummer Jim Keltner drops his drumsticks, and everyone can be heard laughing. According to Mattea herself, this is because they recorded several takes of the song, and ended up using the first take because it was done at a point when no one knew that they were being recorded.

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* Kathy Mattea's Music/KathyMattea's "455 Rocket" has an example at the end: session drummer Jim Keltner drops his drumsticks, and everyone can be heard laughing. According to Mattea herself, this is because they recorded several takes of the song, and ended up using the first take because it was done at a point when no one knew that they were being recorded.
22nd Apr '18 4:33:46 PM Cenourinha
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* Howie D. farted while the Music/BackstreetBoys were recording "The Call", and Max Martin was able to [[EverythingIsAInstrument turn it into a bassline]].

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* Howie D. farted while the Music/BackstreetBoys were recording "The Call", and Max Martin was able to [[EverythingIsAInstrument [[EverythingIsAnInstrument turn it into a bassline]].
22nd Apr '18 4:33:24 PM Cenourinha
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* Howie D. farted while the Music/BackstreetBoys were recording "The Call", and Max Martin was able to turn it into a bassline.

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* Howie D. farted while the Music/BackstreetBoys were recording "The Call", and Max Martin was able to [[EverythingIsAInstrument turn it into a bassline.bassline]].
9th Apr '18 5:51:18 AM PerfumePreppy
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* Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's now-iconic cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (featured prominently in ''Film/FiftyFirstDates'', and heard ''incessantly'' at tourist hotels all over Hawaii) was recorded as a spur-of-the-moment demo session. In the last verse, he clearly mixes the verses up, singing a line from a different verse that doesn't much make sense, but he leaves it that way.

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* Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's now-iconic cover of "Somewhere "[[Film/TheWizardOfOz Over the Rainbow" Rainbow]]" (featured prominently in ''Film/FiftyFirstDates'', and heard ''incessantly'' at tourist hotels all over Hawaii) was recorded as a spur-of-the-moment demo session. In the last verse, he clearly mixes the verses up, singing a line from a different verse that doesn't much make sense, but he leaves it that way.
4th Apr '18 2:44:12 AM jormis29
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* Diamond Rio's 1992 single "Norma Jean Riley" got its title this way. The song was originally titled "Pretty Little Lady", but their producer said that he would like the song better if the woman in the song had a name. After he told the band "It could be 'Norma Jean Riley', anything!", the song was changed accordingly.

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* Diamond Rio's Music/DiamondRio's 1992 single "Norma Jean Riley" got its title this way. The song was originally titled "Pretty Little Lady", but their producer said that he would like the song better if the woman in the song had a name. After he told the band "It could be 'Norma Jean Riley', anything!", the song was changed accordingly.
1st Apr '18 9:18:16 AM rd1994
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*** In a statement about abuse by former co-member Ethan Kath however, Alice later admitted that the "accidental" recording story was just a ruse she was forced into.
25th Mar '18 2:17:58 PM MikeK
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** Their cover of Sebadoh's "The Freed Pig" was an in-joke that wasn't initially intended to be recorded: "The Freed Pig" was written by Lou Barlow about the frustrations he had working with J Mascis in Music/DinosaurJr, so when Mascis was producing The Breeders' ''Head to Toe'' EP, the band thought it would be funny to learn it and use it to warm up before he arrived. Mascis walked into the studio in the middle of the song, but it turned out he'd never heard it before, and had no idea why they suddenly stopped playing... Once the joke was explained to him, he said he liked their version anyway, and asked to record a take.
25th Feb '18 1:10:04 AM bt8257
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* The Kingsmen's lead singer Jack Ely begins the third verse of "Louie, Louie" a measure early, which the drummer tries to cover up. The track was really meant to be a demo; hence the roughness of the recording. They had no idea that that version of it would be the one commercially released.

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* The Kingsmen's lead singer Jack Ely begins the third verse of "Louie, "Louie Louie" a measure early, which the drummer tries to cover up. The track was really meant to be a demo; hence the roughness of the recording. They had no idea that that version of it would be the one commercially released.
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