20th June 1968, using all three studios at Abbey Road, John compiles the master four-track tape of 'Revolution 9'.
"That was the original "Revolution" take which is on the album, the slow acoustic version went on and on and on and on, and what I did was take the fadeout part and just layer all this stuff over it. That's where George Martin and the engineer's help, running around fetching... View details ⇨
"Paul was one of the most innovative bass players that ever played bass. And half the stuff that's going on now is directly ripped off from his Beatles period. He is a great musician who played the bass like few other people could play it."
John Lennon & Paul McCartney played their only gig as 'The Nerk Twins' at The Fox and Hounds Beer House, Caversham on 23 April 1960. Being honoured by a Blue Plaque today awarded by BBC Radio Berkshire on #BBCMusicDay.
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"You should keep up a constant, solid, day to day advertising campaign as they do to us, they’re all the time selling their war, we must do the same, entice them, entice them, you've got that brains and you can do it"