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Any payment transactions will be encrypted. The instrumental intro is shorter in [a] than the others, edited. Whether Vee Jay uses [b] or is just a mono reduction of [c] seems impossible to determine by listening, since an unedited mono mix would sound the same. It's been suggested that the entire Vee Jay LP is a mono reduction of the stereo mixes except that the real mono "Please please me" was used for the reissue version of the LPand it is hard to rule this out, although it's also hard to say why Vee Jay would not have been sent both mono and stereo masters.
In the remix [c1] the left instrumental channel is relatively louder, which isn't bad, but reverb has been added too especially in the intro vocal. Capitol B single The remix [b3] has the two tracks moved slightly to center.
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A second remix [b4], probably made for the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, or at least for the promotion of the single related to it, has the left instrumental track relatively louder. The new sound added while making "track 2", the second generation-- the vocal in the intro and all the harmonica-- was mixed into both tracks, so it sounds centered when heard in stereo [b].
In fact the master tape of take 8, which is the second generation tape composed of the sound from take 7 plus live sound, appears virtually unmixed as [b]. The mono mix [a] also has a harmonica added during the intro, which is quite interesting since the session tapes as heard on bootlegs do not reveal any such edit piece. From available evidence it appears that the mono mix's intro must have been made by synchronizing two source tapes, not too hard since it is right at the beginning of the song and is quite short.
No tape has the harmonica alone, so it would be a section of the instrumental verse that was used.
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Note slight "phasing" in the drum sound by the end of the intro, in [a], as the synchronization slips. Capitol missed this song somehow so the Vee Jay issues were the only US release until Capitol ST Second Capitol T Second Stereo [b] has harmonica edit pieces in the middle and at the end that were not used for mono [a], and has more echo. Unlike From Me to You, the harmonica was mixed into only the vocal track.
Vee Jay had some problem with [a]; it runs a little slow on the single, and a little fast on the LP. The stereo mix has a lot of echo on it, which was probably an addition by Capitol, but we don't have a definite non-Capitol source to compare to.
Odeon Germany got some material from Capitol, and their stereo "Thank you girl" may be Capitol's processed version. Apple CDP 8 2 Anthology 1 As edited and mixed for Anthology: Take 3 fades up, breaks down, and ends with the spoken words "want them" as it also does on a bootleg of this day's tapes.
Take 4 fades up, breaks down, and ends with the words "wasn't", "it was", and a guitar strum.