- UK release date:
- Nov 18, 1966
- DB 8061
More from year 1966
This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions
Late October 1966
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In 1995, an album containing all songs by The Escorts was released. In the liner notes, there was this mention: “… For years it was reported that Paul McCartney had produced ‘From Head To Toe’, later reports claimed he only played tambourine on the song…“.
Indeed, Paul was never officially credited as producer on this record, but he helped with the recording process.
S.O.S. PAUL TO THE RESCUE
OFFICIALLY it is quite right to call PAUL McCARTNEY co-producer of THE ESCORTS’ next disc, which is being released on Columbia on December 2nd. Manager Roger Stinton tells me: “We went to Maximum Sound Studios in the Old Kent Road and started recording in the late afternoon. Things didn’t seem to be going too well recording-wise, although the boys spent about four hours routining.
“We then decided to take a break for a meal — and PADDY CHAMBERS made a call to Paul McCartney. The result was he wanted to come down to the session, so we picked him up. He listened to what we’d recorded, then made several suggestions and took over at the controls. We were amazed at the results. Paul virtually engineered the ‘A’ side — and he actually picked up a tambourine and joined in on the actual recording.”
Roger has been responsible for launching many top artistes for various organisations — and he’s delighted with the opportunity of really going to town on the promotion of his own group. Incidentally, he wants me to point out the fact that although Paddy Chambers is now a member of the group, few people are aware of the change because it hasn’t been widely publicised.From Record Mirror – November 19, 1966
BEATLE ON NEW DISC
Paul McCartney plays tambourine on a new Columbia single by the Escorts group, “From Head To Toe” (Columbia), which he also produced. The record is released on November 25. The song is by Smokey Robinson of the Miracles.From New Musical Express – November 4, 1966
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