The Beatles: How George Harrison’s ‘UNINSPIRING’ guitar solo was replaced ...

THE BEATLES' George Harrison's saw his guitar solo on an early track replaced with John Lennon's singing after their producer found him "uninspiring".

PUBLISHED: 14:08, Thu, Mar 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 14:17, Thu, Mar 26, 2020

Back in 1963, The Beatles released their Parlophone single I Want to Hold Your Hand. The track also came with This Boy on the B-side, but it turns out there was some controversy behind-the-scenes on this one. In fact, John Lennon’s vocals on the song had replaced George Harrison’s guitar solo.

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According to Showbiz CheatSheet, The Beatles’ producer George Martin was very much in control of the band’s recording sessions.

Unlike their later work, they whizzed through their early music in a matter of hours.

The Fab Four had 15 full run-throughs of This Boy, but the middle eight featured Harrison’s guitar solo.

Geoff Emerick, who was working a the studio’s second engineer that day, has revealed in Here, There Everywhere what the producer made of it.

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He wrote: “George Martin didn’t like [the solo] one bit

While Emerick called the This Boy solo “particularly uninspired”.

As a result, the producer had Harrison’s moment scrapped.

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