Re: [Harp-L] re: From me to you

Doesn't sound like Tate's sound on this recording to me......
A lot of times tracks are left on the cutting room floor and don't make it to the final pressing.

-----Original Message-----
From: martin oldsberg <martinoldsberg@xxxxxxxxx>
To: kenneth.d <kenneth.d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; harp-l <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thu, Oct 20, 2011 4:43 am
Subject: [Harp-L] re: From me to you

Ken  D wrote: 
>I once asked Doug Tate if he'd played on any well-known records.

>He told me a story he must've told a million times.  In 1962 he was called 
>for a session with a new group he had never heard of.  The song was From Me 
>To You and the band was of course The Beatles.

In Ian Macdonalds book about all Beatles sessions, Lennon is given as the 
harmonica player on "From me to you". But that may be wrong -- I think he worked 
with written records -- and it adds a little something to think that it could be 
Douglas Tate.


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