All Together Now (Lennon/McCartney)

A simple child's sing-along written by Paul specifically for the film Yellow Submarine, All Together Now is (perhaps subconsciously) similar in structure to several nursery rhymes. It was later frequently sung at British soccer matches. The original track and most of the mixing was all done with engineer Geoff Emerick acting as producer, without George Martin.

Recording dates

  • May 12, 1967 (9 takes; basic track, overdubs, mixing)
  • November 15, 1967 (mono mixing)
  • October 29, 1968 (stereo mixing)

Release history

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