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An exploration of the recording session of
ten takes on multitrack, featuring John Lennon,
George Harrison, Klaus Voormann, Billy Preston,
Alan White, Phil Spector and Yoko Ono at
Studio Three, EMI Studios, 3 Abbey Road, London, on 27 January 1970.
THE EVOLUTION MIXES – DOCUMENTARY
The Evolution Mixes are mini-documentaries that explore the development of each song through their elements, arrangements and the musicians that play on them. Edited down from all the original 8-track multitracks, quarter-inch live recordings and mixes and a few demo cassettes by Sam Gannon, generally each Evolution Mix runs through each song’s sessions chronologically, starting with the demos and/or early takes and ending with the final mixes; documenting their creative journey from inspiration to finished work, exploring different, sometimes hidden parts of the multitracks and including all the best method, magic, craftsmanship and conversation during the development of the songs. Throughout the sessions, there is a sense of lightness and joviality that contrasts the heavy and, at times, very intense themes which run through much of the album. These mixes provide a window into that world, putting the listener in the center of the studio with John, Yoko, Phil and the Plastic Ono Band.
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Read more about the INSTANT KARMA! session at http://www.johnlennon.com/news/instant-karma-we-all-shine-on/
In my Duran Duran playlist with their cover.
George is a n° 1!!!!!
Hi. I have your new ! Channel I like this Song I Will put this in my library so Keep the songs Coming your new. ! No.1 fan
Recorded on the 27th, the only date whose two digits add up to 9. He must have felt it would be his lucky day.
You can also hear some of the early roots of "(Just Like) Starting Over."
All of these guys and Mrs. Yoko are so wonderful
Great song sung by s great artist ✌️
slowly……ok…………ok ….good……don't c*m yet.
5:23 Instant coffee's gonna get you…
Decades past John's BRILLIANT song, how much it resonates all the time. Loved listening to all the "techie" stuff about the recording. More info/ammo to ingest that helps to draw us into his world (and all of his mates that were involved) about how artistry is created. It just doesn't happen on the first take!
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I've been dying to hear those backingvocals in such pristinely isolated quality! That is one hell of track i wish they included a complete, non-breakdown take from the top w the various elements highlighted as they go along.
very annoyed that this "Instant Karma evolution" is only on the blurays, yes i still only have cd/dvd players
6:48 – real business starts here!
Masterpiece!!! Phil Spector was a genius!
Still blows my mind that Alan White went from playing with John Lennon to playing in Yes.
Just want to remind everyone that the Stephen King story of The Shining would have an entirely different name had it not been for this song.
What this prior to the Beatles recording Abbey Road?
Phil Spector MADE that song sound great. RIP, you magnificent bastard.
the drums fills are what always get me, once described as a wet fish being slapped against a piece of marble. Phil Spector for the win
The beginning take where hes playing a fender rhodes organ makes it sound like a sesame street theme song…
There couldn't be more perfect lyrics that ring so true today! Being given the gift of hearing these outtakes gives us the sense of being there oh so many years ago and brings the hope to us all….We all shine on!!! Much Love N Peace To All Of Us
This was released for me.
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It's interesting how ragged John's voice was by the time this song was completed. His voice was quite fragile at times and sometimes only lasted a few takes before breaking down.
I thought John was starting to play Lithium at the start of the song
Peace & love
Such fascinating takes….to be at that session and watch John @ work. Amazing!
With all these starts and stops I keep expecting them to break into "Some Other Guy"… I must have watched the Cavern video too many times!
Good to hear George taking the Paul director roll. Beautiful.
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