The Beatles Yellow Submarine
Written by Paul McCartney, Yellow Submarine was always intended to be a children's song. It chimed perfectly with the carefree, nostalgic and childlike attitudes that dominated the burgeoning psychedelic era.
The sound effects which made Yellow Submarine so memorable were overdubbed on 1 June 1966. The group raided Abbey Road's 'trap room'; a small area, little more than a cupboard, which housed whistles, bells, chains and a huge number of other sources for sound effects.
Everybody at the studio was encouraged to join in the recording. A bath filled with water had chains dragged around inside it; The Rolling Stones' Brian Jones clinked glasses, John Lennon filled a bucket with water and blew bubbles into it, and contributed some memorable vocals to the final verse.
If you revere the Beatles, you MUST own this super kitsch collectible.
Approx 3" long and beaming cult, we LOVE this item.
- The Beatles
- 3" long
- 1/64 scale
- Guaranteed for life
- By Hotwheels