‘Revolution 1’ had five new stereo mixes made, numbered 8-12, which superseded those made on 21 June 1968. ‘Revolution 9’ was then edited from 9’05” to a slightly more palatable 8’12”.
The session ended with tape copies being made of stereo mix 12 of ‘Revolution 1’ and the edit of stereo mix 2 of ‘Revolution 1’. After this both tracks were ready for release.
John Lennon was the only member of The Beatles present for this session. Paul McCartney was returning from the United States on this day, and George Harrison was elsewhere at EMI Studios producing and performing on Jackie Lomax’s song ‘Sour Milk Sea’.
Also on this day...
- 2022: Paul McCartney live: Glastonbury Festival
- 2015: Paul McCartney live: Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, South Carolina
- 2014: Ringo Starr live: Turning Stone Casino, Verona, New York
- 2013: Paul McCartney live: Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy
- 1968: George Harrison produces Jackie Lomax’s Sour Milk Sea
- 1968: Paul McCartney flies from New York to London
- 1967: The Beatles on Our World: All You Need Is Love
- 1966: Live: Grugahalle, Essen, Germany
- 1964: Live: Town Hall, Auckland, New Zealand
- 1963: Live: Astoria Ballroom, Middlesbrough
- 1962: Live: Plaza Ballroom, St Helens
- 1962: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (lunchtime)
- 1961: Live: Top Ten Club, Hamburg
- 1960: Live: Grosvenor Ballroom, Wallasey
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