9 thoughts on “ The Long And Winding Road (January 26, 1969, With Final Mixing Done In March 1970)

  1. "The Long and Winding Road" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album Let It Be. It was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–funcchildsacbimatoo.terselfpahumbheartkahylencomplefire.co issued as a single in May , a month after the Beatles' break-up, it became the group's 20th and last number-one hit on the Billboard Hot chart in the United States. B-side: "For You Blue".
  2. " The Long and Winding Road " is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their album Let It Be. It was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney.B-side: "For You Blue".
  3. The final song to be mixed was ‘Maggie Mae’, The Beatles’ rough-and-ready take on this traditional song about a Liverpool prostitute. Two mixes were made. Two mixes were made. Ringo Starr is interviewed for the BBC's Scene And Heard.
  4. THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD: Take 1. January 26, Spector Overdub - April 1, (brass, strings, choir, drums). Spector overdubbed brass, strings, choir and drums (played by Ringo) and mixed out Paul's spoken words in the bridge and his piano run at the end. FOR YOU BLUE: Take 6. January 25, Overdub - January 8, (lead vocal).
  5. The Long And Winding Road. 26, 31 January ; 1 April Producers: George Martin, Phil Spector Engineers: Glyn Johns, Peter Bown. Released: 8 May (UK), (US) If ever there was a song which summed up the fraught nature of The Beatles’ final months, it was The Long And Winding Road.
  6. ‘The Long And Winding Road’ started out as a simple McCartney ballad, written in Scotland in at a time in which the cracks in The Beatles’ relationships were become ever deeper. A demo was recorded during the White Album sessions, but taken no further. I was a .
  7. "For You Blue" – a remix of the 25 January take used on the album, including Harrison's re-recorded lead vocal from 8 January ; framing dialogue removed. "The Long and Winding Road" – the final take recorded on 31 January , instead of .
  8. Aug 07,  · Recorded January 23, Come Together Recorded July 21, Let It Be Recorded January 26, with final mixing done in March The Long And Winding Road Recorded January 26, with final mixing done in March All songs composed by John Lennon & Paul McCartney Produced by George Martin Recorded in England.
  9. Apr 16,  · The “Get Back”, “Let It Be” and “Anthology 3” albums all feature the same Jan. 26, , take of “The Long and Winding Road”; however, Spector augmented the sparse performance of Paul’s ballad with 18 violins, four violas, four cellos, a harp, three trumpets, three trombones, two guitars, and a choir of 14 singers and Ringo on.

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