Beatles Cd - Back-Track Part 2

Beatles Cd  - Back-Track Part 2
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Beatles Cd  - Back-Track Part 2
1. There's A Place (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 10 11 Feb 1963

The Beatles The last of ten takes recorded the morning of Feb. 11, 1963 at the start of the now famous 10-hour marathon "Please, Please Me" session. A true stereo mix. 2. Misery (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 2 11 Feb 1964

The Beatles Recorded the afternoon of the "please, Please Me" session at EMI. After several false starts, the song is performed in it entirety on take 6. Ringo's drum triplets on the breaks are an idea omitted on subsequent takes. MONO 3. Misery (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 3 11 Feb 1964

The Beatles Recorded the afternoon of the "please, Please Me" session at EMI. After several false starts, the song is performed in it entirety on take 6. Ringo's drum triplets on the breaks are an idea omitted on subsequent takes. MONO 4. Misery (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 4 11 Feb 1964

The Beatles Recorded the afternoon of the "please, Please Me" session at EMI. After several false starts, the song is performed in it entirety on take 6. Ringo's drum triplets on the breaks are an idea omitted on subsequent takes. MONO 5. Misery (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 5 11 Feb 1964

The Beatles Recorded the afternoon of the "please, Please Me" session at EMI. After several false starts, the song is performed in it entirety on take 6. Ringo's drum triplets on the breaks are an idea omitted on subsequent takes. MONO 6. Misery (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 6 11 Feb 1964

The Beatles Recorded the afternoon of the "please, Please Me" session at EMI. After several false starts, the song is performed in it entirety on take 6. Ringo's drum triplets on the breaks are an idea omitted on subsequent takes. MONO 7. She's A Woman (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 7 False Start 8 Oct 1964

The Beatles Listed as "Take 7".

This is only a little piece of music played just before the actual take 7 (George Martin starts by saying "She's a Woman...take five, is it? Oh - take seven!" Then a rather crummy intro starts...there's a pause and then there is a full version of the song -- see track 8)

Recorded Oct. 8 (and not the 3rd as listed in the liner notes), 1964 the day before the start of their fall U.K. concert tour. 8. She's A Woman (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 7 8 Oct 1964

The Beatles Listed as "Take 8". This is not Take 8 as listed because only 7 takes of She's A Woman were recorded. If someone owns this CD, try to identify this version (as well as the previous track).

Liner notes: After a false start (Take 7), Paul launches into a wild, energetic, 6-minute version in the blues-vocal style of Ray Charles' "What'd I Say." The track ends with Ringo's remark, "You've got a song and an instrumental there." STEREO 9. I Feel Fine (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 6 18 Oct 1964

The Beatles Liner notes: Recorded Oct. 18 (and not 8th, as listed in the liner notes), 1964 during a rare "rest day," before continuing on to Edinburgh in the midst of their fall U.K. concert tour. The beginning feedback, described to the press at the time as an "electric accident," was no such thing. It is present on both takes 6 (instrumental rhythm track) and 7, as well as other takes. STEREO 10. I Feel Fine (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 7 18 Oct 1964

The Beatles Liner notes: Recorded Oct. 18 (and not 8th as listed), 1964 during a rare "rest day," before continuing on to Edinburgh in the midst of their fall U.K. concert tour. The beginning feedback, described to the press at the time as an "electric accident," was no such thing. It is present on both takes 6 (instrumental rhythm track) and 7, as well as other takes. STEREO 11. Yes It Is (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 1 16 Feb 1965

The Beatles Recorded Feb. 16, 1965, day two of the "Help!" recording sessions. These run-through versions (Takes 1 and 2) were recorded using George Martin's newly adopted technique of taping studio rehearsals. Luckily, these early run-throughs weren't lost to erasure during spool-back. STEREO 12. Yes It Is (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 2 16 Feb 1965

The Beatles Recorded Feb. 16, 1965, day two of the "Help!" recording sessions. These run-through versions (Takes 1 and 2) were recorded using George Martin's newly adopted technique of taping studio rehearsals. Luckily, these early run-throughs weren't lost to erasure during spool-back. STEREO 13. Ticket To Ride (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 2 Dry Mix 15 Feb 1965 SS.HLP.07.02 The Beatles Dry mix without the fade.

Take 2, an afternoon take, is the only complete version recorded on Feb. 15, 1965. Paul plays both bass and lead guitar on this song, including the characteristic intro sequence. STEREO. 14. Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 1 Breakdown 13 Apr 1965 SS.HLP.01.01 The Beatles Instrumental. Breakdown.

Takes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 recorded April 13, 1965. Four false starts lead to a complete acoustic instrumental rhythm track (Take 5). Electric overdubs, such as George's distinctive descending guitar figures, are absent. STEREO 15. Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 2 Breakdown 13 Apr 1965 SS.HLP.01.02 The Beatles Instrumental. Breakdown.

Takes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 recorded April 13, 1965. Four false starts lead to a complete acoustic instrumental rhythm track (Take 5). Electric overdubs, such as George's distinctive descending guitar figures, are absent. STEREO 16. Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 3 Breakdown 13 Apr 1965 SS.HLP.01.03 The Beatles Instrumental. Breakdown.

Takes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 recorded April 13, 1965. Four false starts lead to a complete acoustic instrumental rhythm track (Take 5). Electric overdubs, such as George's distinctive descending guitar figures, are absent. STEREO 17. Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 4 Instrumental 13 Apr 1965 SS.HLP.01.04 The Beatles Instrumental bed take.

Takes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 recorded April 13, 1965. Four false starts lead to a complete acoustic instrumental rhythm track (Take 5). Electric overdubs, such as George's distinctive descending guitar figures, are absent. STEREO 18. Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 5 Instrumental 13 Apr 1965 SS.HLP.01.05 The Beatles Although a complete take, this instrumental was not used for the released version.

Takes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 recorded April 13, 1965. Four false starts lead to a complete acoustic instrumental rhythm track (Take 5). Electric overdubs, such as George's distinctive descending guitar figures, are absent. STEREO 19. Day Tripper (Lennon/McCartney)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 1 Breakdown 16 Oct 1965 SS.PM2.01.01 The Beatles Takes 1, 2, and 3 recorded Oct. 16, 1965. John and Paul later admitted this was a "forced" composition, penned under pressure to create a new single. Presented here are all known takes (1, 2, 3) without vocal overdubs. STEREO 20. Day Tripper (Lennon/McCartney)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 2 False Start 16 Oct 1965 SS.PM2.01.02 The Beatles Takes 1, 2, and 3 recorded Oct. 16, 1965. John and Paul later admitted this was a "forced" composition, penned under pressure to create a new single. Presented here are all known takes (1, 2, 3) without vocal overdubs. STEREO 21. Day Tripper (Lennon/McCartney)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 3 16 Oct 1965 SS.PM2.01.03 The Beatles Takes 1, 2, and 3 recorded Oct. 16, 1965. John and Paul later admitted this was a "forced" composition, penned under pressure to create a new single. Presented here are all known takes (1, 2, 3) without vocal overdubs. STEREO 22. We Can Work It Out (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 1 Breakdown 20 Oct 1965

The Beatles These two takes (1 and 2) are the net result of nearly six hours of recording on Oct. 20, 1965. Take 1 is presented here in a simplified rhythm track fashion. Take 2, from the evening session, still lacks the vocal overdubs added Oct. 29. STEREO 23. We Can Work It Out (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 2 20 Oct 1965

The Beatles These two takes (1 and 2) are the net result of nearly six hours of recording on Oct. 20, 1965. Take 1 is presented here in a simplified rhythm track fashion. Take 2, from the evening session, still lacks the vocal overdubs added Oct. 29. STEREO 24. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (Lennon/McCartney)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 1 12 Oct 1965 SS.RS.02.01 The Beatles This take, recorded the evening of Oct. 12, 1965 at the start of the "Rubber Soul" sessions, was pure Lennon genius. First titled "This Bird Has Flown" and then re-titled "Norwegian Wood" when re-recorded nine days later. This recording (Take 1), even with rudimentary sitar and other subtle differences, is as brilliant and dazzling as the piece on "Rubber Soul." {The insert indeed reads 'The Bird...,' not 'This Bird...'} STEREO 25. Paperback Writer (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 1 Breakdown 13 Apr 1966

The Beatles Takes 1 and 2 recorded April 13-14, 1966. Take 1 is a brief false start followed by take 2, a simplified effects-bare version. (The click track is audible in the background). STEREO

26. Paperback Writer (Lennon/McCartney)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Take 2 13 Apr 1966 SS.PM2.03.02 The Beatles Recorded in the middle of the night (the session ended at 2.30 am). Takes 1 and 2 recorded April 13-14, 1966. Take 1 is a brief false start followed by take 2, a simplified effects-bare version. (The click track is audible in the background). STEREO

27. Hello Hello (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 1 2 Oct 1967

The Beatles Take 1 recorded Oct. 2, 1967, was to become "Hello, Goodbye" when completed one month later. This basic rhythm track (piano, drums, organ, bongos, maracas, conga, and tambourine) retains the "Maori Finale" reprise. MONO 28. Magical Mystery Tour (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 8 25 Apr 1967

The Beatles Take 8 recorded April 25, 1967. John's narrative was added two days later on April 27. This simplified version, marked by coach noises and a short reprise, contains none of the other overdubs present on subsequent versions. STEREO 29. Jessie's Dream (McCartney/Starkey/Harrison/Lennon)

Film Music Oct 1967

The Beatles One of the few tracks not recorded at EMI studios. Sources speculate London's Morgan Studios as the location of this mid-October 1967 session. Included in the "Magical Mystery Tour" film soundtrack, it remains another interesting piece of incidental music. MONO 30. Blue Jay Way (Harrison)

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RM1 Take 3 7 Sep 1967

The Beatles Mono mix for Magical Mystery Tour film producer. Often mistakenly referred to as Take 1.

Take 1 recorded Sept. 7, 1967, with cello and tambourine added Oct. 6. Although the backward guitar sounds are missing, this version, with its pioneering use of EMI's newly developed ADT "flanging" effect, is a listening fascination. STEREO.

Tilleul's note: this is RM1 Take 3 and not Take 1. This is a common mistake. 31. Hey Jude (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 9 30 Jul 1968

The Beatles Recorded live in the studio July 30, 1968. Take 9 was really more a rehearsal than a disciplined studio take. Even without the 36-piece orchestral backing, this take is outstanding. STEREO 32. St. Louis Blues (Handy)

Outtake 30 Jul 1968

The Beatles AKA I Hate To See The Evening Sun Go Down Recorded