The Paul McCartney Project

I Want You (She's So Heavy)

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Here is the list of albums that features “I Want You (She's So Heavy)”:

Showing 1 - 4 of 4 results

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Abbey Road

Official album • Released in 1969

7:47 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney:
Backing vocals, Bass
Ringo Starr:
Congas, Drums
John Lennon:
Lead guitar, Moog synthesiser, Organ, Vocals
George Harrison:
Backing vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin:
Producer
Tony Clark:
Engineer
Phil McDonald:
Engineer
Chris Thomas:
Producer
Barry Sheffield:
Engineer
Jeff Jarratt:
Engineer
Glyn Johns:
Producer
Billy Preston:
Hammond organ

Session Recording:
Feb 22, 1969
Studio:
Trident Studios, London, UK


Abbey Road (2019)

Official album • Released in 2019

7:47 • Studio versionA2019 • 2019 Stereo Mix

Paul McCartney:
Backing vocals, Bass
Ringo Starr:
Congas, Drums
John Lennon:
Lead guitar, Moog synthesiser, Organ, Vocals
George Harrison:
Backing vocals, Lead guitar
George Martin:
Producer
Tony Clark:
Engineer
Phil McDonald:
Engineer
Chris Thomas:
Producer
Barry Sheffield:
Engineer
Jeff Jarratt:
Engineer
Glyn Johns:
Producer
Billy Preston:
Hammond organ

Session Recording:
Feb 22, 1969
Studio:
Trident Studios, London, UK


Abbey Road (2019)

Official album • Released in 2019

Alternate takeC • Trident Recording Session & Reduction Mix. For an overnight session on February 22, 1969, The Beatles were joined at London’s Trident Studios by producer George Martin and engineer Glyn Johns to record “I Want You (She’s So Heavy).” Abbey Road’s new edition combines a take from that session with the concluding part of the Trident master’s eight-track reduction mix made later at the EMI studios, revealing for the first time Billy Preston’s thrilling overdubbed organ solo.

Session Recording:
Feb 22, 1969
Studio:
Trident Studios, London, UK


L


Love

Official album • Released in 2006

3:22 • Studio versionB • As the title suggests, the track contains the whole of "Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite", the guitars from "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" and heavily delayed vocals from "Helter Skelter". This track also contains horse sounds from "Good Morning, Good Morning", harmonium and other elements from "Cry Baby Cry" and laughter from "Piggies".

George Martin:
Producer
Giles Martin:
Producer
Paul Hicks:
Remix engineer
Sam Okell:
Remix engineer assistant
Chris Bolster:
Remix engineer assistant
Mirek Stiles:
Remix engineer assistant

Session Recording:
Circa 2004-2006
Studio:
EMI Studios, Abbey Road