- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Revolver (UK Mono) LP.
- EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road
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“Here, There And Everywhere” — one of Paul’s favorite songs to this very day, and mine, too — was distinguished by the fact that we devoted three full days to it, which in that era was a lot of time. We also planned the track layout carefully so that there was a completely separate track that we could dedicate to bass, allowing Paul to focus on each and every note when he recorded the overdub. Later on, he would sometimes spend hours working out just how to get every note in his complex bass lines to “speak” correctly.Geoff Emerick – From “Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles“, 2006
Four takes of the backing track were recorded on this day, with Paul McCartney on electric guitar and Ringo Starr on drums. Only take 4 was a complete take, and The Beatles decided to overdub it. Paul, John Lennon and George Harrison added backing vocals and finger clicks.
Two days later, on June 16, The Beatles decided to drop those efforts and restart “Here, There And Everywhere” from scratch.
Last updated on October 22, 2022
The definitive guide for every Beatles recording sessions from 1962 to 1970.
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The second book of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC)-nominated series, "The Beatles Recording Reference Manual: Volume 2: Help! through Revolver (1965-1966)" follows the evolution of the band from the end of Beatlemania with "Help!" through the introspection of "Rubber Soul" up to the sonic revolution of "Revolver". From the first take to the final remix, discover the making of the greatest recordings of all time.
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