Tag Archives: don’t let me down

Mixing: Get Back, Don’t Let Me Down

Olympic Sound Studios, Barnes, London
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Glyn Johns

Mono mixes of Get Back had been made at Abbey Road on 26 March 1969, in preparation for its release as a single. However, when an acetate disc was played on BBC radio on 6 April, ahead of its release, Paul McCartney decided it needed more work. Read more »

Mixing: Get Back, Teddy Boy, Two Of Us, Dig A Pony, I’ve Got A Feeling, The Long And Winding Road, Let It Be, Rocker, Save The Last Dance For Me, Don’t Let Me Down, For You Blue, The Walk

Olympic Sound Studios, Barnes, London
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Glyn Johns

Early in March 1969, John Lennon and Paul McCartney invited engineer Glyn Johns to Abbey Road, where they gave him the eight-track tapes from the January 1969 Get Back/Let It Be recording sessions at Apple Studios. Read more »

Mixing: I’ve Got A Feeling, Don’t Let Me Down, Get Back, One After 909, Dig A Pony

Apple Studios, Savile Row, London
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Glyn Johns

Following The Beatles; rooftop concert on 30 January 1969, stereo mixes of five of the songs were made on this day. Read more »

Get Back/Let It Be sessions: day one

The darkest period of The Beatles' recording career was the Get Back enterprise - the group's attempt to return to their roots, which saw them initially rehearse and record songs for a television special and live performance. Read more »