Friday, Oct. 20, 2017

Yellow Submarine (Songtrack)

First released: September 14, 1999

Producer: George Martin
Remix Engineer: Peter Cobbin
Cover by: King Features Syndicate – Subafilms Ltd. Booklet
Design by: Fiona Andreanelli, Apple Corps Ltd.

All tracks on the album has been digitally re-mastered and restored, so as to make them much more clearer than before. It is also be coupled with the video, LD, and DVD re-release of the film.

 

  1. Yellow Submarine – 2:41
    Recorded: May 26, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with special effects overdubbed June 1, 1966
    John Lennon – acoustic guitar, background vocal, blowing bubbles through a straw
    Paul McCartney – acoustic guitar, background vocal
    George Harrison – tambourine, background vocal, swirling water in a bucket
    Ringo Starr – lead vocal, drums
    Mal Evans, Neil Aspinall, George Martin, Alf, Geoff Emerick, Patti Harrison and studio staff – chorus on fadeout
    Session musicians – brass band
  2. Hey Bulldog – 3:14
    Recorded: February 11, 1968 at Abbey Road, London, England
    John Lennon – lead vocal, piano, lead guitar
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, harmony vocal
    George Harrison – lead guitar, tambourine
    Ringo Starr – drums
  3. Eleanor Rigby –2:08
    Recorded: April 28, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with vocals overdubbed April 29, 1966 and another McCartney vocal added June 6, 1966
    John Lennon – harmony vocal
    Paul McCartney – double-tracked lead vocal
    George Harrison – harmony vocal
    Session musicians – four violins, two violas, two cellos
  4. Love You to – 3:01
    Recorded: April 11, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubs added April 13, 1966
    George Harrison – double-tracked lead vocal
    Anil Bhagwat – tabla
    Session musicians – other instruments
  5. All Together Now – 2:13
    Recorded: May 12, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England
    John Lennon – banjo, background vocal
    Paul McCartney – lead vocal, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
    George Harrison – harmonica, background vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums, finger cymbals
  6. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds – 3:29
    Recorded: March 1, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubs added March 2, 1967
    John Lennon – lead vocal, lead guitar
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, Hammond organ, harmony vocal
    George Harrison – sitar, harmony vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums
  7. Think for Yourself – 2:19
    Recorded: November 8, 1965 at Abbey Road, London, England
    John Lennon – tambourine, background vocal
    Paul McCartney – fuzz bass, background vocal
    George Harrison – lead vocal, lead guitar
    Ringo Starr – drums, maracas
  8. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – 2:02
    Recorded: February 1, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubbing February 2, March 3, and March 6, 1967
    John Lennon – lead guitar, background vocal
    Paul McCartney – lead vocal, bass guitar
    George Harrison – lead guitar, background vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums
    George Martin – organ
    Session musicians – four horns
  9. With a Little Help From My Friends – 2:44
    Recorded: March 29, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubs added March 30, 1967
    John Lennon – background vocal
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, piano, background vocal
    George Harrison – tambourine
    Ringo Starr – lead vocal, drums
  10. Baby You’re a Rich Man – 3:03
    Recorded: May 11, 1967 at Olympic Sound Studios, London, England
    John Lennon – lead vocal, clavioline, piano
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, piano, harmony vocal
    George Harrison – tambourine, harmony vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums, maracas
    Session musicians – vibes
  11. Only a Northern Song – 3:28
    Recorded: February 13, 1967 at Abbey Road, London, England with lead vocals overdubbed February 14, 1967 and more overdubs added April 20, 1967
    John Lennon – piano, discordant instruments
    Paul McCartney – bass, discordant instruments
    George Harrison – double-tracked lead vocal, organ, discordant instruments
    Ringo Starr – drums, discordant instruments
    Session musicians – brass
  12. All You Need Is Love – 3:48
    Recorded: June 14, 1967 at Olympic Sound Studios, London, England (backing track), overdubbed and shortened at an Abbey Road session, then overdubbed live on the “Our World” TV broadcast
    ::Backing track::
    John Lennon – harpsichord
    Paul McCartney – string bass played with a bow
    George Harrison – violin
    Ringo Starr – drums
    ::Abbey Road Track::
    John Lennon – lead vocal
    Paul McCartney – electric bass guitar
    George Harrison – guitar
    Ringo Starr – drums
    ::Live “Our World” track::
    John Lennon – lead vocal
    Paul McCartney – background vocal
    George Harrison – background vocal
    Session musicians – studio orchestra
    Mick Jagger, Gary Leeds, Keith Richards, Marianne Faithfull,
    Jane Asher, Patti Harrison, Keith Moon, Graham Nash – chorus
  13. When I’m Sixty-Four – 2:37
    Recorded: December 6, 1966 at Abbey Road, London, England with overdubs added December 8 and December 20-21, 1966
    John Lennon – lead guitar, background vocal
    Paul McCartney – lead vocal, bass guitar, piano, background vocal
    George Harrison – background vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums
    Session musicians – bass clarinet, two clarinets
  14. Nowhere Man – 2:45
    Recorded: October 21-22, 1965 at Abbey Road, London, England
    John Lennon – lead vocal, acoustic guitar
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, harmony vocal
    George Harrison – lead guitar, harmony vocal
    Ringo Starr – drums
  15. It’s All Too Much – 6:29
    Recorded: May 25, 1967 at De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, London, England with overdubs added May 26, 1967 and June 2, 1967
    John Lennon – lead guitar, harmony vocal
    Paul McCartney – bass guitar, harmony vocal
    George Harrison – double-tracked lead vocal, lead guitar, organ
    Ringo Starr – drums, tambourine
    Session musicians – two trumpets

    The verse that was in the movie but not on the album version is “Nice to have the time to take this opportunity/Time for me to look at you and you to look at me”