Tape copying: McCartney by Paul McCartney

Studio Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
Producer: Paul McCartney

The recording of Paul McCartney’s debut solo album McCartney had been finished on 25 February 1970. This, however, was the last day of studio work.

The session was booked from 3-7pm, under the pseudonym Billy Martin. McCartney used the name for all the album sessions at EMI and Morgan Studios.

During the session he made copies of all the songs from the album, and took away the final mixes. The album was released by Apple on 17 April 1970.

McCartney album artwork – Paul McCartney

Last updated: 23 March 2018
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