STUDIO 1968:

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  1. Jocelyn says:

    The Fender Jazz Bass just doesn’t look right there. Still, Paul sounded great no matter what bass he played.

  2. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    There’s Twiggy in the background of the first pic. Third one of George and Paul taken at Trident, right Henry?

  3. Kwai Chang says:

    (last pic)
    is that a Nikon reverb/chorus effects box?

  4. Kwai Chang says:

    (2nd pic):
    how much is that COMPETITION…in the studio
    (the one with the auburn hair)

  5. Nick says:

    Are these shot by Linda Eastman?

  6. Chris says:


  7. Jennifer says:

    Neat set of photos, thanks for sharing. : )

  8. Mike says:

    Lovely, there`s not too many pictures taken in studio from that white album era, same with abbey road, shame, these are great, thanks!

  9. henry_the_horse says:

    The first one is taken at Studio Three, 1968. They are singing backing vocals into a U67 condenser with a windscreen, a U48 at Paul’s back. The second photograph must be one of Tony Bramwell’s, showing John playing his J160E jumbo in Studio Two. The third one was taken by Linda Eastman, inside Studio Two. That’s Studio Two’s RT-3 organ and MkII Mellotron in the background. McCartney’s D28 is leaning on the chair. The uncropped photograph also shows Harrison’s J160E on laying on the floor next to Paul, and two U48 standing for vocal overdubbing.


  10. My name's Betty says:

    haha X] Macca is not amused, jealous of Yoko much?

  11. Miss Tammy says:

    Yes Sir, i like it Mr Horse.

  12. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    Faster, Henry, and don’t spare the horses!

  13. Kwai Chang says:

    Tammy, Car, henry…
    (formidable, flamboyant, flashy)
    who’s who???
    yeah, right!
    someday we’ll discuss McGough And McGear album…

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