You are very welcome.
OK, the back story:
When my wife and I met, and we are from different generations, I would play and/or sing songs that I liked, which she had never heard, and over time, she was convinced that she had heard them since they became so familiar. (For example: Every Breath I Take by Gene Pitney)
In either case, the verbiage on MORE was a background dialogue I would emulate, make her giggle.
So I stuffed the CD version (2011 Remaster) into her Christmas stocking, and after the kids went back to their homes, we played the CD. There is barely audible whispering but not the pronounced words that were on my LP.
So I wrote to the Community, wondering if my simple system was simply not resolving enough information, but then when I played it on the computer, it was the same. I suspect it was remastered with a deliberate movement of the voice into the background.
It is somewhat more audible on Qobuz.
(Even more off topic a bit, I have always fascinated over small nuances in songs. Things I assume the engineer heard, but others largely ignore since they may not offer much. For example, on The Darkside of the Moon (at the end of side one) one of the boys leans against the tape reel causing a sagging noise) or Paul giggling on Maxwell Silver Hammer…OR…Mule Skinner Blues by The Fendermen. ). I could go on and on, buy do not encourage me…