sept 8 - Love Me Do First single Recording in 62- two track...

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Love Me Do – First single Recording in ’62- two track tape 1. Volume (loudness) 2. Panning (panoramic spectrum) George Martin – producer Norman Smith- engineer Live recording- GM plays harmonica, which means he can’t play guitar Andy White- guy in 30s, black bowtie- session drummer, perf’d for Love Me Do b/c Ringo wasn’t eh RS played tambourine on the side, didn’t throw a fit Wouldn’t argue with GM, since their goal was to rich and famous- not artistic Flipside was PS I Love You, by Paul, acc to Cynthia Powell, it was about “Dot” Rhone Reached #17 (Est, 1962 “Please Please Me”- sounded like Roy Orbinson- sped it up, rerecorded Superimposed John’s harmonica onto the track 18 takes to get perfect Plug l/r channels into mixing console like microphones onto another two track tape. . then added another mic (?) Can’t superimp. Too much, bc the tape collects a HISSSSSSs bground noise
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