The Ballad Of John And Yoko / Old Brown Shoe (UK - Picture disc - 1989)

UK release date:
May 30, 1989
Publisher:
Parlophone
Reference:
RP 5786

Master release


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This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions




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Track list

Side 1


1.

The Ballad Of John And Yoko

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:01 • Studio versionA • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Drums, Harmony vocals, Maracas, Piano
John Lennon :
Acoustic guitar, Guitar-thumps percussion, Lead guitar, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Recording engineer

Session Recording & overdubs:
Apr 14, 1969
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 14, 1969
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Side 2


1.

Old Brown Shoe

Written by George Harrison

3:18 • Studio versionA • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums (?), Piano (?)
Ringo Starr :
Drums (?)
John Lennon :
Backing vocals, Piano (?)
George Harrison :
Guitars, Lead vocal, Organ
George Martin :
Producer
Chris Thomas :
Producer
Jeff Jarratt :
Recording engineer

Session Recording & Overdubs:
Apr 16, 1969
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Three, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs & Mixing:
Apr 18, 1969
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

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