The Beatles record ‘Hey Bulldog’ 50 years ago this hour #OnThisDay #OTD (Feb 11 1968)

Video: 'The Beatles - "Magical Mystery Demos" 1967-1968 outtakes' ('Hey Bulldog'--RM2 at 43:17)

(Sunday, February 11, 1968, 4:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m. GMT) — The Beatles recorded John Lennon’s song “Hey Bulldog” during a session tonight at EMI Studio 3, recording ten takes and several instrumental and vocal overdubs.

The Beatles were filmed during the session by NEMS employee Tony Bramwell for a promotional clip for “Lady Madonna,” the band’s next single.

It was to be their final recording session before departing for India to study meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. The Beatles would not return to the studio until May 30, 1968, to begin sessions for what would become known as “The White Album.”

Video: 'The Beatles - Yellow Submarine (1969) [Full Album]' ('Hey Bulldog'--RS3 at 8:24)

Video: 'Yellow Submarine Songtrack [1999 FULL ALBUM]' ('Hey Bulldog'--RS from take 10 at 2:41)

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Video: 'The Beatles - Hey Bulldog (Promo video)'

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