After I listened to the pieces in your links, I was inspired to dig up some of my very old Beatles stuff (settled on Beatles for Sale) and listen to it while I perused some other stuff. When I came back to reply here I wanted to sample your stuff again to get a refresher, but I couldn't get the songs to load. I hesitate to comment/critique because I feel that I have an uneducated ear and I certainly did not trust my ability to comment from memory. Here is what my initial impression was after listening to all three, and without being able to go back and listen more critically:
In the first track I thought the vocals were too wet and far away.
In the second track I actually preferred the more dry and up front vocals but, there was some reason that I didn't like them as well as the third track. I haven't had a chance to go back and re-listen, but the fact that Doctor Robert was my favorite song of the three may have colored my opinion. However it may also have been that I liked the overall mix of the third track.
Again, these are just my uneducated impressions. I'm a little intimidated by the depth of knowledge and the discerning ears here.
Originally Posted by Marshall_Stack
Son House had no problem with blue men singing the whites - so maybe you should get over it as well.