Recording session with Roger McGough & Mike McGear

January 20 or 26, 1968 ? • For McGough & McGear

Part of


Recording "McGough & McGear"

From June 18, 1967 to ? • Songs recorded during this session appear on McGough & McGear (Mono)

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the McGough & McGear (Mono) LP.
Studio:
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

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Paul McCartney produced the album “McGough & McGear” (by Roger McGough and his brother Mike McGear) which recording started in June 1967. The album was released in May 1968.

In “The Beatles Diary Volume 1: The Beatles Years” by Barry Miles, it is noted that Paul McCartney joined Mike McGear and Roger McGough for a recording session at Abbey Road, on January 26, 1968.

In “That Magic Feeling (The Beatles’ Recorded Legacy)” by John C Winn, January 20 is indicated. It is also mentioned that Jimi Hendrix participated in the day’s recordings. Jimi indeed contributed to two tracks of the album, “Ex-Art Student” and “So Much“.


On January 20, 1968 — under the direction of #PaulMcCartney — #JimiHendrix records tracks for the self-titled, McGough and McGear (EMI Parlophone, PCS 7047, 1968) album at DeLane Lea Studios in #London contributing guitar parts for the songs “Ex-Art Student” and “So Much.”

From Jimi Hendrix on Twitter, January 20, 2023

Last updated on January 21, 2023

Songs recorded


1.

Ex-Art Student

Written by Mike McCartney / McGear, Roger McGough

Recording • Overdub by Jimi Hendrix, if Jimi indeed attended this session ?


2.

So Much

Written by Mike McCartney / McGear, Roger McGough

Recording • Overdub by Jimi Hendrix, if Jimi indeed attended this session ?

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