Yellow Submarine In Pepperland

Yellow Submarine album artworkWritten by: Lennon-McCartney, arranged by George Martin
Recorded: 22, 23 October 1968
Producers: George Martin, John Burgess, Ron Richards
Engineer: Geoff Emerick

Released: 17 January 1969 (UK), 13 January 1969 (US)

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Yellow Submarine

Yellow Submarine In Pepperland was an orchestral piece written by George Martin and based on Paul McCartney’s song Yellow Submarine.

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It was recorded, along with Martin’s other six instrumental pieces, at Abbey Road on 22 and 23 October 1968. The 41-piece George Martin Orchestra was conducted by Martin himself, with John Burgess and Ron Richards co-producing.

The piece was the final track on the 1969 Yellow Submarine soundtrack. With an arrangement containing Martin’s characteristic flourishes and dynamic variations, the tune took McCartney’s melodies and cast them into a mould fit for The Beatles’ arrival in Pepperland.

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2 Responses to “Yellow Submarine In Pepperland”

  1. McLerristarr

    “a mould fit for the film’s climactic end sequence”? The song was used when The Beatles arrived in Pepperland, not at the end.

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