7 thoughts on “ Polythene Pam - The Beatles - Abbey Road ”

  1. Sep 27,  · To create Abbey Road’s new stereo, surround, and Dolby Atmos mixes, Martin and Okell worked with an expert team of engineers and audio restoration specialists at Abbey Road Studios. This Super Deluxe Edition of Abbey Road features the new stereo album mix, sourced directly from the original eight-track session tapes.
  2. Jan 30,  · “Polythene Pam” is a Beatles’ song on their Abbey Road album from , of course. Indeed it is the 4th part of the long medley on side 2. In brief, the singing is .
  3. Aug 17,  · Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, released on 26 September by Apple Records. The recording sessions for the album were the last in which all four Beatles participated. Although Let It Be was the final album that the Beatles completed before the band's dissolution in April , most of the album /5(5).
  4. "Polythene Pam" is a song written by John Lennon, credited to Lennon–McCartney, and performed by the Beatles on their album Abbey Road. The song is the part of the B-side medley in which Lennon declares that the title heroine "is so good looking but she looks like a man."Genre: Rock.
  5. Lennon would describe this song, along with "Mean Mr. Mustard", in The Beatles Anthology as "a bit of crap I wrote in India". The name 'Polythene Pam' came from the nickname of an early Beatles' fan from the Cavern Club days, named Pat Hodgett (now Dawson), who would often eat polythene. She became known as 'Polythene Pat'.
  6. Oct 18,  · Originally considered for the White Album, “Polythene Pam” was then left on the shelf until the Get Back sessions. After abadoning the project, they revisited the tune for inclusion on Abbey Road, deciding to combine it with Paul McCartney’s “She Came in Through the Bathroom Window.” According to the Beatles Bible website, it.
  7. The Beatles began recording Polythene Pam/She Came In Through The Bathroom Window on 25 July They taped 39 takes of the basic track; Lennon and McCartney also sang guide vocals where needed. Take 27 was released in on some formats of the 50th anniversary reissue of Abbey Road.

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