In 1969, the Lodi News-Sentinel published an article featuring the work of Dr. Henry M. Truby, specifically, his work on analyzing 3 Beatles songs, Yesterday, Penny Lane and Hey Jude. He concluded that there were 3 different voice patterns, meaning of course, 3 different people. For those of you new to this topic, the link below by Stargods, has additional picture comparisons, which really highlight what Silversong is getting at here.
I believe Terry Draper was involved in singing the songs mentioned by Silversong, but I think too that he could have been used to transit the fans to the new Paul(s) they brought in for later recordings. That's not to say that there weren't multiple Pauls sing before and after Terry Draper, just that Draper was used to bridge the gap, which to some, seems more apparent from 1968 and on.
Stargods talks about Paul versus Bill, so I will used this as a reference. I hear Paul and Bill a lot in their 1970s recordings. Listen to 'My Love' from the album 'Red Rose Speedway' and compare it to 'With A little Luck' from 'London Town' and 'To You' from 'Back To The Egg.' I hear Bill singing on 'My Love' and Paul singing on the other 2. In fact, listen to the track 'To You' from 'Back To The Egg,' and ask yourself if the person singing, is even any of these 2. The time period from 'My Love' to 'To You,' is about 6 years. Not enough time for his voice to change so much. In the later track, his voice sounds shredded.http://stargods.org/PaulTwo.html
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