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Beatles 50th Blog posts of '1968' 'May'

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 31, 1968

Recording: Revolution 1

The second session for the White Album saw work continue on Revolution 1, which at this time was known simply as Revolution.

The session began at 2.30pm and ended at midnight. John Lennon double-tracked his lead vocals and Paul McCartney added a bass guitar part.

A reduction mix was then made, known as take 19, which allowed for further overdubs to be made. Backing vocals by McCartney, his new girlfriend Francie Schwartz and George Harrison were then recorded, with the trio singing "shoo-be-doo-wop" during the chorus.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 30, 1968

Recording "REVOLUTION"

 

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 29, 1968

The Beatles busy recording.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 28, 1968

Very rare shot of John Lennon and George Harrison together at Kinfauns in Esher. Restored and repaired. Taken by a visiting fan.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 27, 1968

The Beatles are making music.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 26, 1968

The Beatles working on their next album.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 25, 1968

The Beatles are busy working on the White Album.

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 24, 1968

Demo recordings for the White Album

 

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 23, 1968

Paul McCartney Interview: All My Loving 5/23/1968

 

 

The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 22, 1968

Lennon and Ono attend press launch of Apple Tailoring.