Beatles song, recorded at EMI Studios, London, on June 25 1967, on which Mick and Keith provided backup vocals. Mick, Keith and Marianne Faithfull joined the festivities when the Beatles performed this song live to the world via the “Our World” telecast in the same year. George Harrison recalled:. “If you look closely at the floor, I know that Mick Jagger is there. But there’s also an Eric Clapton, I believe, in full psychedelic regalia and permed hair, sitting right there.” Mick was a semi-regular guest of honor at Beatles sessions: He also turned up for the mixing of Revolver and the recording of the orchestral section of “A Day in the Life.” Eric Clapton was also in the crowd – “in full psychedelic regalia and permed hair,” Harrison said. Other notables in attendance were Keith Moon and Graham Nash, not to mention Mike McCartney (Paul’s brother), Patti Boyd Harrison (George’s wife) and Jane Asher (McCartney’s girlfriend).
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