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  1. A rough mix of The Beatles’ ‘Revolution 1’, which reveals how the latter song evolved into ‘Revolution 9’, has surfaced on the internet. The mix, numbered RM1 of take 20, was recorded on 4 June It begins with a studio engineer announcing the take, and John Lennon commenting “Take your knickers off and let’s go”.. Listen to the song (the audio cuts in and out before the.
  2. To see a cross reference index of each Beatle track/take included on the bootlegs below for the "Let It Be" recording sessions then click The Beatles "Let It Be" Sessions - Cross Reference. To see a cross reference index of each John Lennon track/take included on the Lost Lennon Tapes bootlegs below and the official Anthology set, click The.
  3. In , these recordings were compiled onto an LP released via their fan club called From Then to You (US title: The Beatles' Christmas Album). Since these singles or compilation album had no official general-public release prior to , all have been frequently bootlegged, some with additional outtakes from Christmas recording sessions, and some supplemented with Christmas themed BBC recordings.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Revolution Take Your Knickers Off on Discogs. Label: Avitom - DHTA • Format: Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release • Country: Israel • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock/5(8).
  5. At over ten minutes in length, “Revolution Take 20”—which appeared as a mono mix on a bootleg CD called Revolution: Take Your Knickers Off (after a piece of Lennon humor at the intro)—is more than an alternate take. It’s an alternate history, one in which Lennon doesn’t just lay in bed for peace; he lays down on the studio.
  6. Features Song Lyrics for The Beatles's Revolution: Take Your Knickers Off! album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Revolution Take Your Knickers Off on Discogs. Label: Avitom - DHTA • Format: Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release Red • Country: Israel • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock/5(10).
  8. "Revolution" made its LP debut on the US compilation album Hey Jude, which was also the first time that the track was available in stereo. The stereo mix was carried out on 5 December , supervised by Martin. The song was subsequently issued on the Beatles compilations – and Past Masters, Volume Two.
  9. The song first surfaced on an upcoming, Europe-only bootleg Revolution: Take Your Knickers Off, a nod to Lennon saying “Take your knickers off and let’s go” before Revolution 1 (Take 20) started rolling. As for how the song leaked out, that’s an even bigger mystery.

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