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    Strawberry Fields Forever video set. Strawberry Fields Forever. Strawberry Fields Forever - 1s Preview events, news and updates about the Beatles, about all four members of the Beatles taken separately, and about other members of the Apple group of companies and carefully selected third parties such as Cirque Du Soleil companies, Universal.

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    ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ was one of The Beatles’ most complicated recordings. With George Martin they spent some time working on the arrangement, going through various re-makes and spending an unprecedented 55 hours of studio time completing the song.. It was recorded over eight dates in the final weeks of

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    Jun 17,  · Strawberry Fields Forever (Take 7 And Edit Piece / Anthology 2 Version) · The Beatles Anthology 2 ℗ Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of .

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    The Beatles 'BeatOuts' (10 Volume Set) ( Heathifer Productions: beatouts >10C) Studio Soundboard Recordings Encoded: FLAC File Format & [email protected] Kbps MP3.

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    Jun 07,  · Strawberry Fields Forever - Sessions 2 George Martin on remakes 1 & 2 take 2 take 3 take 4 take 5 take 6 take 7 take 7 with George Martin Strawberry Fields Forever - Sessions 3 George Martin on remakes 3 take 25 take 26 with George Martin take 26 Penny Lane - Sessions overdub sessions.

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    Sep 26,  · “Strawberry Fields Forever” is not the only Beatles song named for a real place—the Lennons's first family home in Liverpool stood near Penny Lane—but it might be the only one to have a.

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    This version appeared on CD in on the two-disc and six-disc 50th-anniversary editions of Sgt. Pepper, together with a selection of outtakes from the "Strawberry Fields Forever" sessions, including a complete take Genre: Psychedelic rock, art pop, progressive pop, .

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    After reviewing the tapes of previous sessions, John Lennon decided that he liked both the original recording of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ and the later remake. He asked George Martin to join them together, despite them being in different keys and tempos. That November John came into the studio, and we went into our regular routine.

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