The Paul McCartney Project

"Revolver" Session #10

Apr 20, 1966 • For The Beatles

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Revolver (UK Mono) Official album.
Timeline See what happened in 1966
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

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Songs recorded


1.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 1


2.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 2

Album Officially appears on Anthology 2


3.

Taxman

Written by George Harrison

Recording • Take 1


4.

Taxman

Written by George Harrison

Recording • Take 2


5.

Taxman

Written by George Harrison

Recording • Take 3


6.

Taxman

Written by George Harrison

Recording • Take 4


7.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Mixing • Mono mixing - Remix 1 from take 2


8.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Mixing • Mono mixing - Remix 2 from take 2


9.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Mixing • Mono mixing - Remix 3 from take 2


10.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Mixing • Mono mixing - Remix 4 from take 2


11.

And Your Bird Can Sing

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Mixing • Mono mixing - Remix 5 from take 2

The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions • Mark Lewisohn

The definitive guide for every Beatles recording sessions from 1962 to 1970.

We owe a lot to Mark Lewisohn for the creation of those session pages, but you really have to buy this book to get all the details - the number of takes for each song, who contributed what, a description of the context and how each session went, various photographies... And an introductory interview with Paul McCartney!

Staff

Production staff

George Martin:
Producer
Geoff Emerick:
Engineer
Phil McDonald:
Second Engineer

About

From Anthology 2 liner notes:

John’s composition And Your Bird Can Sing appeared on Revolver in remake form, Take 10 form 26 April. Six days earlier, in two takes, the Beatles recorded a different arrangement of the number, the overdubbing of several vocal tracks on to Take 2 indicating that, for a few days at least, they considered that it had the makings of a master.

Last updated on May 26, 2016


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