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US album release: Yellow Submarine

The soundtrack LP for The Beatles’ animated film Yellow Submarine was released in the United States on this day, with six songs by the group and seven orchestral pieces by George Martin.

World première of Yellow Submarine

The world première of The Beatles’ animated feature film, Yellow Submarine, took place on this evening at the London Pavilion on Piccadilly Circus.

Recording, mixing: Hey Bulldog

Studio Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Geoff Emerick Just days before they were due to fly to India to study meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, The Beatles recorded a brand new song during the filming of a promotional clip for Lady Madonna.

Tape copying: Only A Northern Song

Studio Two (control room), EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Geoff Emerick While Ringo Starr was rehearsing for an appearance on Cilla Black’s BBC television show, George Martin made a copy of the vocal track for George Harrison‘s Only A Northern Song.

Tape copying: Yellow Submarine soundtrack songs

Room 13, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Engineer: Malcolm Davies During this five-hour session, engineer Malcolm Davies made tape copies of a number of Beatles songs, most of which were for the Yellow Submarine soundtrack.

Mixing: All You Need Is Love, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Room 53, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: John Lennon Engineer: Geoff Emerick Between 10am and 1pm on this day, new mono mixes were made of All You Need Is Love and Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, for the soundtrack of the Yellow Submarine film.

Mixing: It’s All Too Much

De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London Producer: George Martin Engineer: Dave Siddle, Geoff Emerick Two Beatles sessions took place on this day, at De Lane Lea studios in London, and at EMI Studios. The first was a mixing session for the Yellow Submarine soundtrack song It’s All Too Much, written by George Harrison.

Recording, mixing: It’s All Too Much

De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London Producer: George Martin Engineer: Dave Siddle This was The Beatles’ fourth consecutive session at the independent De Lane Lea Studios, where they finished work on It’s All Too Much. The session took place from 7pm until 2.15am.

Recording, mixing: It’s All Too Much

De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London Engineer: Dave Siddle This was The Beatles’ second consecutive session at the independent De Lane Lea Studios, where they continued work on It’s All Too Much. The session took place from 7pm until midnight, and was conducted without producer George Martin being present.

Recording: It’s All Too Much

De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London Engineer: Dave Siddle The Beatles recorded away from EMI Studios once again on this day, moving to the independent De Lane Lea Studios, then situated at 129 Kingsway, London.

Recording, mixing: All Together Now

Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Engineer: Geoff Emerick Perhaps inspired by having recorded Baby You’re A Rich Man during a six-hour session on the previous day, The Beatles recorded another song in just five and a half hours.

US album release: Revolver

Revolver, The Beatles’ 11th Capitol Records long player, was issued on this day, three days after its UK release on Parlophone.