The Paul McCartney Project

"Revolver" Session #2

Apr 07, 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 Three, Abbey Road

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Songs recorded


1.

Tomorrow Never Knows

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • SI onto take 3


2.

Got to Get You Into My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 1


3.

Got to Get You Into My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 2


4.

Got to Get You Into My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 3


5.

Got to Get You Into My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 4


6.

Got to Get You Into My Life

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Recording • Take 5

Album Officially appears on Anthology 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:

The arrangement of Paul’s Got To Get You Into My Life altered significantly from first studio outing to last, the released version (Take 9) being layered with vocals and brass in addition to the group’s own rhythm tracks. When the song was first aired in the studio, on 7 April, the Beatles recorded Takes 1 to 5, marking the last of these “best” (temporarily, as it turned out) and overdubbing vocals for the first time. The result is a piece of work scarcely comparable to the released version, with its different musical structure and some alternative lyrics. By the end of this session two of the tracks on the four-track tape had been filled, and doubtless the vacant ones would also have been completed had the Beatles decided to press on. Instead, returning to Abbey Road the next day, they shelved Take 5 and moved on the song in a different direction.

Last updated on May 26, 2016


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