Second day at Abbey Road – Let It Go and Burnout Revolution

Ed added some piano to “Let It Go”.  He tried the Hammond B3 (as in the same one used to record “Whiter Shade of Pale”!), but that didn’t have the right feel for the song.

“Burnout Revolution” was partly done at Austin’s 5AM Studios, so Ed added vocal tracks over the rhythm track from the Austin sessions. He doubled himself but hasn’t decided yet if the doubling is going to stick around.

We all filed onto the Studio 2 stairs to become a human drum machine for “Burnout Revolution” – stomping and clapping like crazed, confused, but mostly in-time cheerleaders.

Let It Go pics and Burnout Revolution pics.

Veg added some BBKing-style riffs to “Never Get the Blues” as we head toward the end of the night.

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  1. Sir Bob on December 22nd, 2009 5:40 pm

    Note about the B3- I found out that this B3 at Abbey Road studio was not the one used on the song A Whiter Shade of Pale, it was a Hammond M102 which was used on the recording(which was later stolen).  The song wasn’t recorded at Abbey Road either! Bummer!!

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