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" Asked about his involvement in a 2001 interview, McCartney said he had no memory of chomping vegetables at the session On April 29, publicist reported that a single, "Vegetables" backed with "Wonderful", would soon be released
" McCartney visit [ ] reportedly contributed celery-crunching noises at an early session for the song During the April 10 vocal session at Sound Recorders, which also saw work on "" and "", of joined the Beach Boys in the studio for several hours It didn't really flow
Samuel Boghossian — viola• After a while McCartney left alone to meet The Beach Boys, leaving Evans with the Phillipses Too hard to say that any veggie munching on his part remained on tape through the final stages of production
173 The latter play-acts as a man that is irate at Vosse for trespassing into his garden
Da Capo Press Sounes, Howard 2010
September 19, 2011 I remember waiting for long periods of time between takes to get to the next section or verse
It was the first time a track with thematic links to Smile was used to close a later Beach Boys album, the others being 1969 and 1971 He described it as "a light and lyrical, day to day, green grocery song on which Al Jardine sings a most vigorous lead
Music video on In 1967, the song was revisited for the last time as the closing track "Mama Says" on 1967 CD Liner
McCartney was recorded chewing celery Fab: An Intimate Life of Paul McCartney
This featured a rhythm that was made up of a percussion track with the authentic sounds of chewing vegetables instead of traditional guitar strums On November 4, 1966, Wilson produced a session dedicated to capturing a "humorous" situation featuring himself, Parks, , Vosse, and a man named Bob
London: HarperCollins I like the beatles much more than the beach boys, so i know this kind of stuff
Afterward, Wilson took a four-week break from the studio 2001 — "Receptacle for the Respectable" from the album by also features Paul McCartney chewing celery and carrots
But great, I could do that! In 2001, some recordings related to the song were released on the rarities compilation [ ]
LSD was obviously a factor Rolling Stone
— backing and harmony vocals, laughter, miscellaneous percussion and sound effects, vegetable chomping, Fender bass, overdubbed ukulele• Bibliography• That block on the left is supposed to be a photograph of a body of water, with those little black things you clip onto the corners CS1 maint: others in cite AV media notes• 1991 — Sink, Vega-Tables• 108, 180
Slowinski, Craig 2017 Raymond Kelley — cello• 169—70