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October 17 02:16 Revolver  - “Tomorrow Never Knows” first song to be recorded last song on the album written by John Lennon, primarily  - George Harrison gave his biggest contribution 3 songs “Love You To” Indian Style: Harrison plays the sitar Indian Musician Anil Bhagwat played tablas Ringo played Tambourine Paul’s high harmony is left off final cut First called it “Granny Smith” because he liked to name things after apples “Taxman” Found out they were in the 94% tax bracket Every cent they made, they got 6 cents. Brian Epstein gets 25% of that so they have 4  cents left to split John Lennon claims he co-wrote the song but didn’t ask for credit Lead guitar solo by Paul Included an Indian scale in the middle of his solo and it sounded wrong, so they  duplicated the solo at the end of the song to show it was on purpose Harold Wilson-Prime Minister
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Edward Heath Leader of the Opposition “I Want to Tell You” - Single: A side: “Paperback Write” –Paul Paul had been complaining that his bass was inaudible in their songs Development of A.T.O.C (Automatic Transient Overload Control)-device that allowed you  to record bass onto device louder/more clearly Ken Townsend Paul bought Rickenbacker Bass Dynamic microphone=speaker B side: “Rain” –John slowed down to mix John Lennon’s vocal backwards John claims he told George Martin to do it George Martin said he did it when John wasn’t there and John was amazed Mono-one speaker in control rooms of Abbey Road - “Eleanor Rigby” – written by Paul String octet: 4 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos. Arrangement by George Martin None of the Beatles played Paul-Main vocal John/George background vocal Close Micing – to get sawing sound of the strings
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First strong brass section - “Got to Get You Into My Life” –Paul 3 trumpets, 2 tenor saxophones - “Yellow Submarine” written by Paul McCartney  Land’s End to John O Groats Southernmost tip of England to northernmost tip of Scotland Had a box of rocks that sounded like marching feet Waves-old metal bathtub ½  full of water and dragged metal chains Clinking glasses by Brian Jones (Rolling Stones) John- echo chamber “full speed ahead mr. captain” Blew bubbles in buckets Folk singer: Marianne faithful  - Single: A) “Paperback Write” B) “Rain” June 10, 1966 single released Fri, Aug 5, 1966-ALBUM RELEASED Successful release so they released another single A) “Eleanor Rigby” A) "Yellow Submarine”
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3 rd  World Tour - Disastrous. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong - Didn’t do any songs from revolver - Did do “Paperback Writer” Germany
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