As the landmark 1966 album comes out again with revealing out-takes, two key figures tell of its enduring magic
You may think you know Yellow Submarine, that jokey, surreal number by the Beatles that Ringo Starr sings and children love. But an extraordinary, poignant early version of the song, soon to be revealed alongside a freshly mixed edition of Revolver, tells quite another story.
It is one of a string of shocks lying in wait next month when the band’s landmark 1966 album is rereleased. It comes complete with new outtakes and recovered studio recordings, and offers a potent antidote to Get Back, the acclaimed 2021 Peter Jackson film that chronicled the beginning of the end of the Fab Four.Continue reading...