What song did the Beatles play backwards?

What song did the Beatles play backwards?

What song did the Beatles play backwards?

“Backmasking” started with The Beatles’ 1966 album Revolver. John Lennon said one night while smoking pot, he mistakenly played the tapes for the song “Rain” in reverse and liked the sound. So the band began recording messages in Revolver that could only be deciphered when the record was played backwards.

What was on the flip side of I Am The Walrus?

Hello, Goodbye
He was partly inspired by two LSD trips and Lewis Carroll’s 1871 poem “The Walrus and the Carpenter”….I Am the Walrus.

“I Am the Walrus”
US picture sleeve (reverse)
Single by the Beatles
from the EP and album Magical Mystery Tour
A-side “Hello, Goodbye”

What does the song Stairway to Heaven say backwards?

The alleged message, which occurs during the middle section of the song (“If there’s a bustle in your hedgerow, don’t be alarmed now…”) when played backward, was purported to contain the Satanic references: “Here’s to my sweet Satan / The one whose little path would make me sad whose power is Satan, / He’ll give you.

What Beatles songs have hidden messages?

10 Secrets Hidden In Beatles Songs

  • In “Please Please Me” at 1:32, you can hear John laughing while singing “come on.”
  • At the very end of “I’m So Tired,” it may sound like a recording of someone talking played backward, but it’s really just John speaking gibberish.

What does Eggman mean in I Am The Walrus?

According to the most commonly told version of the story, Burdon achieved “Eggman” status through his habit of “breaking raw eggs on girls during sex” — but as Burdon himself explained in his 2002 memoir Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood, it was actually the other way around.

What did John Lennon say about I Am The Walrus?

In John’s song, ‘I Am The Walrus’ he says: ‘I am he as you are he as you are me. ‘ People look for all sorts of hidden meanings. It’s serious, but it’s also not serious. It’s true, but it’s also a joke.