20 August 2013
Looking at the time stamp on your post shows me that I was listening to that song on Past Masters disc 2 (while in the shower so that's why I know the timing) as you were making that post.
I agree with Atlas and mmm, The Beatles are like a never ending playground of aspects to explore and things to learn.
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1 May 2011
Reading thru part of Keith Badman's book 'The Beatles Diary Volume 2: After The Break-Up 1970 - 2001' came across this excerpt from an entry for October 1992.
In the States, an interview with George, carried out by Bill Flangan, is reprinted in this month's Rock CD magazine. During the feature, George is quoted as saying: " 'Revolution 9 ' ... Ringo and I compiled that. We went into the tape library and looked through the entire room and pulled main selections and gave the tapes to John, and he cut them together. The whole thing 'number nine ... number nine,' is because I pulled the box number nine. It was some kind of education programme. John sat there and decided which bits to cross-fade together, but if Ringo and I hadn't have gone there in the first place, he wouldn't have had anything." (The interview had previously been printed in the American publication Musician.)
Don't remember reading that before but must have done. The things you forget.
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14 April 2010