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25th February, 1964, EMI Studio Two, recording session for “You Can’t Do That”, “And I Love Her”, “I Should Have Known Better”. Here, recording congas, backing vocals and cowbell on take 9 of “You Can’t do That”. This was the first session for the LP “A Hard Day’s Night”, if you don’t count the session at Pathé Marconi Studios in Paris when they recorded “Can’t Buy Me Love”.
All of that info is correct but this looks like a posed photo.
Indeed. The Beatles didn’t allowed snapping photographs while they were recording, rather than when they were rehearsing or posing for the shot.
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