Label: Parlophone - BC13 • Format: 14x, Vinyl LP Box Set Compilation • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
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The Beatles started recording the song in , adding all the instrumentation and a saxophone part played by Brian Jones from The Rolling Stones. Lennon and McCartney added all of the crazy vocals in April Finally, it was released as the B-side of the " Let It Be " single in >>.
· The Beatles had decided to record numerous versions of You Know My Name (Look Up The Number), which would be edited together at a later date. Part one was to consist of take nine from 17 May , which had been given overdubs on 7 June.. The only common instrument in the other four parts was McCartney’s piano.
"You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)," with the possible exception of "Revolution 9," is the strangest song the Beatles ever recorded. Not that it's at all like "Revolution 9," but it's almost as avant-garde in a way, as a novelty-humor piece that, rather than riffing on one joke too much, becomes a downright weird multi-sectioned orgy of goofiness.
"You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles originally released as the B-side of the single "Let It Be" on 20 March Although first issued with their final single (penultimate single in the United States), it was recorded in four separate sessions beginning with three in May and June , with.
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