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8 thoughts on “ You Never Give Me Your Money - The Beatles - Abbey Road (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. About “You Never Give Me Your Money” The centrepiece of the Side B medley on Abbey Road, it pays tribute to the band itself and the internal struggles that by then had fatally wounded their.
  2. Plus, the old "Postcard Tape" bootleg included a complete version of the master take of "You Never Give Me Your Money" with a rather zany rockabilly jam at the end, and YouTube offers some "Abbey Road" chatter including John playfully chastising the band ("Stop it, you disgusting middle-aged squares!") between takes of "Come Together.".
  3. Sep 27,  · You Never Give Me Your Money (Take 36) Lyrics: Okay, alright, you win / I'm in love with you / Okay, you win / I'm in love with you / Well alright, okay / Okay / You never give me your money.
  4. May 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Abbey Road on Discogs. Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab - MFSL ,Capitol Records - MFSL • Series: Original Master Recording • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock/5().
  5. July 1, , Abbey Road Studios, pm- John was involved in a car accident, so Paul was the only Fab present today for recording the lead vocal on "You Never Give Me Your Money." July 2, , Abbey Road Studios, pm- Paul recorded 3 takes of "Her Majesty" (2 of them complete) before George and Ringo showed up. Then, 15 takes.
  6. A lament about The Beatles’ business wranglings of early , ‘You Never Give Me Your Money’ was written by Paul McCartney and was the genesis of the ‘long medley’ that dominated the second half of the Abbey Road album.
  7. Dec 17,  · “You Never Give Me Your Money” is a Beatles’ song from their Abbey Road album, of course. Indeed, it kicks off the long medley on side two of the LP. In short, this song highlights the difficulties the band was facing both financially and personally.
  8. Simply, side two does more for me than the whole of Sgt. Pepper, and I'll trade you The Beatles and Magical Mystery Tour and a Keith Moon drumstick for side one. So much for the prelims. ".

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