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Beatles' Isolated Vocals Only 'Abbey Road' Medley Goes Viral (AUDIO)

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The Beatles perform in November 1963. (Photo by Getty Images)
The Beatles perform in November 1963. (Photo by Getty Images)

We recently ran a feature collecting the best isolated vocals tracks we could find, from Adele to Winehouse, but while we found a bunch of Beatles tunes, we somehow missed the 16-minute medley from "Abbey Road."

Though posted last year, it just went viral this week and we're more than happy to share it's awesomeness as John, Paul George and Ringo run through the medley's "You Never Give Me Your Money," "Sun King," "Mean Mr. Mustard," Polythene Pam" and "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window," "Golden Slumbers," "Carry That Weight" and finally "The End."

Though YouTube user JOSIV5 couldn't quite strip out all the instruments on all the songs, the power of their leads and harmonies brought to the fore are incredibly powerful.

And once you're done, you can peruse 35 other awesome isolated vocal tracks.

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