1. The drums are extremely compressed and distorted. The various Beatle engineers used to use a Fairchild 660 on the drums, but on this song it was really cranked.
2. Take notice that Ringo actually doesn't play a lot in the song except for the kick drum, as the motion is mostly carried by a shaker. Despite that, this song is a perfect illustration of his excellent time and showcases his very unique tom fills.
3. The bass is pretty spot on and ever so slightly ahead of the beat. By this time, Sir Paul was overdubbing his bass towards the end of the production so he could better tailor the part to fit the song. This is a perfect illustration of that technique.
4. Listen to the bass part on the outro after about the 3:00 mark. This is something that I hadn't heard on the record before.
5. It's interesting to hear the piano, organ and percussion leakage on the left and the vocal on the right.
This video will no doubt be taken down soon, so enjoy it while you can.
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