vrijdag 27 mei 2011

... recording Honey Pie


Recording 'Martha My Dear' for 'The White Album' at Trident Studios in London. Session musicians (background) Alfred Reece (tuba), Ted Barker (trombone), and Anthony Tunstall (french horn), and (front line) Ronald Hughes, Stanley Reynolds (trumpet), and Leon Calvert (trumpet and flugelhorn), wait until the Beatles finish recording the rhythm section for 'Martha My Dear'. Photo by Linda McCartney, 1968 (Linda McCartney's Sixties - Portraits Of An Era, 1992).





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  1. 4th October 1968, 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., photograph by Linda Eastman, Trident Studios, London. Recording session for "Martha My Dear". Session musicians (background) Alfred Reece (tuba), Ted Barker (trombon), and Anthony Tunstall (french horn), and (front line) Ronald Hughes, Stanley Reynolds (trumpet), and Leon Calvert (trumpet and flugelhorn), wait until the Beatles finish recording the rhythm section for "Martha My Dear".

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    1. Wow, very detailed info! I adjusted the caption. This is one of my favorite photos.

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  2. Interesting to see George playing his famous 'Lucy' red Gibson Les Paul guitar, given to him by Eric Clapton (and subsequently played by Eric on 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps').

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    1. Unfortunately the photo is not in color. Lucy, named after redhead Lucille Ball, is indeed a famous guitar.

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