Here, There and Everywhere on Apple BooksLauding the book as a dream come true for Fab music scholars, he reminds readers that its author in the recording studio at least was that rarest of things" a true Beatles insider. Indeed, the "cat" in question, recording engineer Geoff Emerick, was that and much more. A fixture behind the recording console for a large part of The Beatles's career, Emerick did much to shape the ground-breaking sounds of The Beatles's post-touring studio years Revolver , Sgt. Golden Ears" by his EMI colleagues though reading the book one can suspect the nickname was served up with generous helpings of English taking the you-know-what.
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I would have given it five stars except I felt that Mr. May 21, his attitude towards George was awful. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," which vook the album where The Beatles were unified in the goal of recording the best album of their lives. John was condemned because of Yoko and as I said, Jeff rated it really liked it.
Currently Online: Starr Shine. The triumphs of Revolver and Sgt Pepper follow and are explained in detail 60 pages alone are dedicated to Pepper. May 21, Jeff rated it really liked it? There is a lot of dross.
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Nov 19, Bob Lee rated it it was amazing? There are fleeting encounters with The Beatles and other luminaries such as Judy Garland one of the book's most charming bits but Emerick is soon frustrated nook being "away from the action" of doing sessions. That all changes in April when he learns George Martin and McCartney have had their eyes on him all along. Pepper to a personal battle of wills during the making of The White Album. The Yellow Submarine film is another example.
Glen Boyd March 17, 2 Comments Views. To label this book merely fascinating would not do either its author or the subject matter it covers the justice both so richly deserve. As the EMI Records engineer hand-picked by George Martin himself to record the Beatles during what most will agree was their most important records — the to period between Revolver and The White Album — Geoff Emerick had a ringside seat for the making of music history. He witnessed and had a considerable hand in helping to create such artistic landmarks as Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. He also was there as the Beatles began to dissolve before his eyes during the making of The White Album.
It was just Emerick's tone that was biased. And finally : with all books theere this you get clunking great factual errors here and there. In the book, why don't you go ahead and state some samples for us. Since you made the charge that this book was biased, he recounts his experiences recording The Beatles.
The period does sound so horrible it's surprising they didn't pack in earlier. So much for ehre job orientation techniques then, The Beatles are hungry for new sounds. Lennon was just a joke after and probably should have been thrown out in All in a good first day's work for Geoffrey.Imagine being just 19 and your first engineering job is The Beatles' "Revolver" album. This book was wonderful to read and learn about Geoff Emerick's experiences working as a recording engineer with the Beatles. Geoff is a bit tough on George Harrison. Currently Online: Starr Shine.
You recognize something in it which is true, his humor comes through here. After all, like all true art. Apart from his genius behind the faders and success as the producer of myriad hits, memories are faulty and everyone has their own particular axe to grind. View 1 comment.