- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the McCartney LP.
- EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road
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On this day, Paul McCartney worked in EMI Studio Two, while Ringo Starr and George Martin were in Studio One to continue the work on Ringo’s debut album, “Sentimental Journey“.
From 10 am to 1 pm, Paul and engineer Phil McDonald mixed “Hot As Sun“, recorded at Morgan Studios earlier in the month. They also made a copy of the best mix of “Maybe I’m Amazed“, made two days earlier, on February 22.
On this day, Paul, assisted by engineer John Kurlander, also mixed “Don’t Cry Baby“, a brief track where we hear Paul singing a lullaby to his daughter. The track was mixed into the beginning of “Oo You” and was only released in 2011, on the “McCartney – Archive Collection“.
Last updated on March 29, 2022
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