The Beatles - Revolution Take Your Knickers Off mp3 album
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Revolution Take 20 Sessions is a 2016 bootleg CD by British pop group The Beatles. It features a number of different versions of their recording of "Revolution" heard in different perspectives. This was released by BeatFile. The source of the session is a tape recorded by Yoko Ono, originally released on Vigotone's "From Kinfauns To Chaos" Disc 2.
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. Substantially longer than other attempts, it ended at 10'17" with Lennon's shout, "OK, I've had enough!"
Revolution 1 is the original version of The Beatles' hit "Revolution". Contents Recording It is a slower and longer version of the song and has more melody and beat than the other. It cuts out before it returns to McCartney saying "Revolution Take 20".
|A1||Revolution #1 (take 20)||11:32|
|A2||Revolution (Take 13)||3:25|
|A3||Dear Prudence (Take 1)||4:10|
|B1||Across The Universe (Take 8)||3:49|
|B2||Why Don't We Do It In The Road (Long Acoustic Versions)||2:13|
|B3||Julia (Take 2)||3:03|
|B4||Can You Take Me Back (Full Version)||1:07|
|B5||Los Paranoians (Long Version)||3:54|
|B6||Come And Get It (Take 2 & 3)||1:11|
|B7||Step Inside Love (Take 2 Cilla & Paul)||4:37|
NotesA1 is the newly discovered pristine sounding of ”Revolution 1”. This is the original 11:32 minute long take from which “Revolution #1″ was driven. As the finished track fades out when Lennon begins to warp his “alights,” the song here continues for another seven minutes with the same basic rhythm but various freak outs that would be utilized later in “Revolution #9″ including George and Paul adding their ”Mama/Dada” vocal line. The tracks ends with Lennon giggling “let’s hear it,” Yoko saying “too much” and George saying “it sounds great.” The other tracks are all from the "White album" sessions. All are different studio takes which did not apeear on vinyl or CD prior to this release.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): DHTA 1791964-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): DHTA 1791964-B