The Beatles Isolated Piano, Clavichord & Drum Tracks: For No One

As the tenth track on 1966’s RevolverFor No One is one of the highlights on the entire album due to the magnificence of McCartney’s songwriting. But the music itself is exquisite as well and what we have in this article are the isolated piano, clavichord and drum tracks from the song which sound fantastic.

Take a listen:

Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR0Q7f_Kao0

Apart from the drums which Ringo plays, McCartney plays every instrument on this song. Lennon and Harrison don’t feature at all. When you listen to these three tracks isolated together without vocals they really sound fantastic and in some places you’re able to hear the bass come through, again played by McCartney. Isolated tracks by the Beatles are some of the best to listen to and this one is no exception.

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One thought on “The Beatles Isolated Piano, Clavichord & Drum Tracks: For No One

  1. Jeremy Shatan says:

    And let’s not forget Alan Civil’s marvelous little horn solo. When the played him the track he though it was in “rather bad musical style, in that it was ‘in the cracks,’ neither B-flat nor B-major.” Interesting detail!

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