Off the Beatle Track is a 1964 album by George Martin & His Orchestra, released 10 July by United Artists Records in the United States, and 3 August by Parlophone in the United Kingdom.
It is the first of a series of albums by Martin featuring instrumental arrangements of Beatle songs. It is also the first LP Martin released under his own name. This album was issued on CD by One Way Records.
Pormenor com a assinatura de George Martin a 22 de Outubro de 1995, no Coliseu de Lisboa
"All Those Years Ago" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released as a single from his 1981 album Somewhere in England. Having previously recorded the music for the song, Harrison tailored the lyrics to serve as a personal tribute to his former Beatles bandmate John Lennon, following the latter's murder on 8 December 1980. The recording also includes performances by ex-Beatles Ringo Starr, on drums, and Paul McCartney, who overdubbed backing vocals onto the basic track.
"All Those Years Ago" was the first time that Harrison, McCartney and Starr had appeared on the same recording since the Beatles' "I Me Mine" in 1970, and the last time they would appear together until "Free As a Bird", in 1995. Other musicians performing on the track include Al Kooper and Ray Cooper.
John Lennon / Yoko Ono Watching The Wheels LADO A Watching The Wheels (John Lennon) LADO B Yes, I'm Your Angel (Yoko Ono) Produced by John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Jack Douglas Lenono Music 1980 The David Geffen Company GEF U 79207 GEFFEN RECORDS Edição Portuguesa