I Me Mine

Written by George Harrison

Here is the list of albums that features “I Me Mine”:

Showing 1 - 14 of 14 results

A


Anthology 3

Official album • Released in 1996

1:48 • OuttakeB • Stereo • Pre-take 15 and take 16. A quick run-through of George Harrison's I Me Mine (shot in early January 1969 during the Twickenham rehearsal period of the Get Back project) was set for inclusion in the Let It Be film, indicating that it also should feature on the accompanying album. But as the song had never been committed to tape with any serious endeavour the Beatles convened again in number two studio at EMI - some five months after completing final album Abbey Road - and recorded their last new piece together. (The word "new" is an important qualifier, for work polishing up previously recorded material for Let It Be continued through to April.) But not all of the Beatles participated: John Lennon was on holiday, his absence prompting a telling remark - like a mock press statement - from George during the session, which precedes this Anthology recording.

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Eletric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


Anthology 3 (2016 remaster)

Official album • Released in 2016

1:48 • OuttakeB2016 • Stereo • Pre-take 15 and take 16. A quick run-through of George Harrison's I Me Mine (shot in early January 1969 during the Twickenham rehearsal period of the Get Back project) was set for inclusion in the Let It Be film, indicating that it also should feature on the accompanying album. But as the song had never been committed to tape with any serious endeavour the Beatles convened again in number two studio at EMI - some five months after completing final album Abbey Road - and recorded their last new piece together. (The word "new" is an important qualifier, for work polishing up previously recorded material for Let It Be continued through to April.) But not all of the Beatles participated: John Lennon was on holiday, his absence prompting a telling remark - like a mock press statement - from George during the session, which precedes this Anthology recording.

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Eletric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


L


Let It Be

LP • Released in 1970

2:26 • Studio versionA • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil Spector :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Peter Bown :
Recording engineer
Unknown musician(s) :
Eighteen violins, Four cellos, Four violas, Fourteen vocalists, Harp, Three trombones, Three trumpets

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 23, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 01, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 02, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset - SHM - Japanese edition)

Official album • Released in 2021

2:26 • Studio versionA2021 • Stereo • 2021 mix

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil Spector :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Peter Bown :
Recording engineer
Unknown musician(s) :
Eighteen violins, Four cellos, Four violas, Fourteen vocalists, Harp, Three trombones, Three trumpets

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 23, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 01, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 02, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset - SHM - Japanese edition)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:33 • Studio rehearsal • Mono • January 8, 1969. Was compiled with segments and dialogues recorded within the NAGRA Roll 83 A. The main track is the same interpretation partially in the film ‘Let it Be’ with John and Yoko dancing.

Session Recording:
Jan 08, 1969
Studio :
Twickenham Film Studios, London, UK


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset - SHM - Japanese edition)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:40 • Studio version • Medley with "Wake Up Little Susie","Studio Dialogue". Take 11 of “I Me Mine” is the basic instrumental track with two brief and almost imperceptible vocal harmonies from George, which up to this point consisted only of George on acoustic guitar, Ringo on drums, and Paul on bass (the final overdubs were made on Take 16).

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset - SHM - Japanese edition)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:45 • Studio version • Unreleased Glyn Johns 1970 mix. It is possible that the master tape of this mix (and “Across The Universe”) was not found, and apparently a bootleg was used, however none sounds as disastrous as here. Any bootleg containing Glyn’s 1970 mix of “I Me Mine” sounds superior; here, a “noise” or “interference” filter was applied to the tape perhaps during the transfer, to make the recording sound compressed and very bad, especially on the left channel, starting at 12 seconds and throughout the track. Specialized fans have published in many forums the comparative frequency graphs using special software showing that this track was taken from the bootleg “Let it Be Deluxe” of the Purple Chick label (CD 4 track 22) (it is not the first time that Apple uses a bootleg for this kind of releases), presented here with slightly modified speed and inverted channels compared to the bootleg, but it is the same transfer; although the original source could actually be the bootleg “Get Back 2nd Mix” from Strawberry Records whose speed is identical to this official version without the need to adjust it, only that the bootlegs do not have this faulty audio. The question is not having used a bootleg but having degraded the sound quality.


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset)

Official album • Released in 2021

2:26 • Studio versionA2021 • Stereo • 2021 mix

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil Spector :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Peter Bown :
Recording engineer
Unknown musician(s) :
Eighteen violins, Four cellos, Four violas, Fourteen vocalists, Harp, Three trombones, Three trumpets

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 23, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 01, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 02, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:33 • Studio rehearsalD • Mono • January 8, 1969. Was compiled with segments and dialogues recorded within the NAGRA Roll 83 A. The main track is the same interpretation partially in the film ‘Let it Be’ with John and Yoko dancing.

Session Recording:
Jan 08, 1969
Studio :
Twickenham Film Studios, London, UK


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:45 • Studio versionE • Unreleased Glyn Johns 1970 mix

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Glyn Johns :
Mixing engineer
Richard Langham :
Assistant recording engineer

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Jan 05, 1970
Studio :
Olympic Sound Studios, London


Let It Be (50th anniversary boxset)

Official album • Released in 2021

1:40 • Studio versionF • Medley with "Wake Up Little Susie","Studio Dialogue". Take 11 of “I Me Mine” is the basic instrumental track with two brief and almost imperceptible vocal harmonies from George, which up to this point consisted only of George on acoustic guitar, Ringo on drums, and Paul on bass (the final overdubs were made on Take 16).

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


Let It Be (Limited Edition)

LP • Released in 1970

2:26 • Studio versionA • Stereo

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil Spector :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Peter Bown :
Recording engineer
Unknown musician(s) :
Eighteen violins, Four cellos, Four violas, Fourteen vocalists, Harp, Three trombones, Three trumpets

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 23, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 01, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 02, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road


Let It Be (Stereo - 2009 remaster)

Official album • Released in 2009

2:26 • Studio versionA2009 • Stereo • 2009 remaster

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer
Phil Spector :
Producer
Phil McDonald :
Recording engineer
Peter Bown :
Recording engineer
Guy Massey :
Remastering
Steve Rooke :
Remastering
Sam Okell :
Remastering
Allan Rouse :
Project co-ordinator
Unknown musician(s) :
Eighteen violins, Four cellos, Four violas, Fourteen vocalists, Harp, Three trombones, Three trumpets

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Mar 23, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road

Session Overdubs:
Apr 01, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Session Mixing:
Apr 02, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Room 4, Abbey Road


Let It Be... Naked

Official album • Released in 2003

2:22 • Studio versionC • A remixed, slightly different recreation of Spector's edit (copying the chorus in the middle of the song and adding it to the end) to lengthen the track recorded on 3 January 1970; guitar overdubs and organ parts mixed in and out to make the repeated verse sound different; orchestral and choral overdubs removed.

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Bass, Electric piano, Hammond organ, Harmony vocals
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Harrison :
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Harmony vocals, Vocals
George Martin :
Producer

Session Recording:
Jan 03, 1970
Studio :
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road