- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the The Beatles (Mono) LP.
- EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road
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The Beatles had started recording “Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey” on June 26 and 27. On this day, from 7 pm to 4:30 am, they added more overdubs to take 8 of the song. Paul McCartney recorded his bass part.
The bass part Paul overdubbed on was good. Clearly he was still determined to do his best, no matter what was going on between him and John.Geoff Emerick – From “Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles“, 2006
Two reduction mixes were then made, creating take 9 and take 10. John Lennon then added his vocals on take 10 (those vocals would be replaced during the July 23 session).
Last updated on September 11, 2021
Recording • SI onto take 8
Tape copying • Tape reduction take 8 into take 9
Tape copying • Tape reduction take 8 into take 10
Recording • SI onto take 10
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