Alan Civil

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From Facebook, May 19, 2021:

The Beatles’ song ‘For No One’ was completed on this day 55 years ago, with the addition of a French horn overdub played by Alan Civil.⁣

A reduction mix, created on 16 May, had freed up two spare tracks on the four-track tape. Bass guitar and tambourine were added onto the first of these, and the second featured two passages recorded by Civil. Alan Civil was the principal horn player in the Philharmonia Orchestra and paid a session fee of 50 guineas (£52.50) and given a credit on the sleeve of ‘Revolver’, leading to more work and greater recognition for his playing.

From Facebook, May 19, 2021

Last updated on May 19, 2021

Albums, EPs & singles which Alan Civil contributed to


Revolver (US Mono)

By The Beatles • Official album

Contribution: Horn • 1 songs


Revolver (US Stereo)

By The Beatles • Official album

Contribution: Horn • 1 songs


Revolver (UK Mono)

By The Beatles • LP

Contribution: Horn • 1 songs


Revolver (UK Stereo)

By The Beatles • LP

Contribution: Horn • 1 songs


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Mono)

By The Beatles • LP

Contribution: French horn • 1 songs



1967-1970 (UK version, 1973)

By The Beatles • Official album

Contribution: French horn • 1 songs


Revolver (Mono - 2009 remaster)

By The Beatles • Official album

Contribution: Horn • 1 songs


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Mono - 2009 remaster)

By The Beatles • Official album

Contribution: French horn • 1 songs


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