Room 65, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Engineer: Peter Vince
This hour-long session saw two mono mixes made of ‘Got To Get You Into My Life’, which The Beatles had recorded on 8 and 11 April 1966.
There was no producer present, and the only engineer in the studio was Peter Vince. Between 10 and 11am he created the rough mixes so that acetate pressings could be made for reference purposes; they were never intended for the album, and contained no echo or other effects.
The mixes were numbered one and two. When the song was mixed properly on 18 May the two mixes were numbered the same.
Last updated: 7 July 2022
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