Revolution (take your knickers off) - Beatles. Revolution 1 (Take 18). Исполнитель. UMG (от лица компании "Calderstone"); CMRRA, UBEM, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - SonyATV, Sony ATV Publishing" и другие авторские общества (2).
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Revolution (Single version, no piano. rom the initial session that the recording heard on this disc is taken, complete with count-in and no fade out. 03. Across the universe (Alternate mix take 8. his version presented here, an alternate mix from take 8, contains various overdubs – some backwards – that were not used in the released version.
The Beatles - Revolution Take. The first track is the newly discovered pristine sounding of "Revolution 1". This is the original 11:32 minute long take from which "Revolution was driven from. As the finished track fades out when Lennon begins to warp his "alrights," the song continues for another seven minutes with the same basic rhythm but various freak outs that would be utilized later in "Revolution including George and Paul adding their "Mama/Dada" vocal line.
The Beatles began their studio sessions for the new album on 30 May, starting with "Revolution 1" (simply titled "Revolution" for the first few sessions). The first day concentrated on recording the basic rhythm track . Your Knickers Off! The release triggered considerable interest among the media and fans of the group. This version, RM1 (Remix in Mono of Take 20, runs to 10 minutes 46 seconds (at the correct speed) and was created at the end of the 4 June session, with a copy taken away by Lennon. It was an attempt by Lennon to augment the full-length version of "Revolution" in a way that satisfied him before he chose.
Single version, no piano). 3. Across The Universe. Take 8 alternate mix with pre-song banter and full ending). You might also like: The Beatles. February March May June July August September October.
The Beatles began recording Revolution 1 (then simply titled Revolution) on 30 May 1968, more than three months after their previous recording session at Abbey Road. Sixteen takes were recorded, the last of which formed the basis of the album version.