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(Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now) It's just some of the overdubs off to the sides. Try playing it through a QS decoder.
He's not kidding. Lead Vocals are in a three-part harmony, mixed Left-Center-Right. If you filter out the center channel, you can clearly hear each part in hard pan. Drum, Bass, Piano are all in the phantom center. The conga does wander around a bit. Mostly it's in the left channel, but does wander into the center by the second verse. Not sure what goes on with the synth parts but I would bet those are what take up a fair share of the multitrack. But it really does seem that other than the vocal parts and the synth parts, pretty much everything else is up the middle.

It's a funny stereo mix for sure. Not sure it's a fold-down of a Quad mix though. If it was, it was a very unadventurous Quad mix.
 
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