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Recorded: 30 May – 17 October 1968 Producers: George Martin, Chris Thomas, John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Peter Bown, Ken Scott, Barry Sheffield, Ken Townsend Released: 22 November 1968 (UK), 25 November 1968 (US)John Lennon: vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, organ, Hammond organ, harmonium, harmonica, tenor saxophone, drums, timpani, percussion, tape loops, effects, samples, handclaps Paul Mc Cartney: vocals, bass guitar, six-string bass guitar, piano, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, organ, Hammond organ, electric piano, flügelhorn, recorder, drums, tambourine, bongos, percussion, handclaps George Harrison: vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, Hammond organ, drums, percussion, samples, handclaps Ringo Starr: vocals, drums, tambourine, bongos, castanets, sleigh bell, maracas, percussion, effects, handclaps George Martin: piano, celesta, harmonium Eric Clapton: lead guitar Chris Thomas: piano, Mellotron, harpsichord, organ, electric piano Yoko Ono: vocals, effects, samples, handclaps Mal Evans: backing vocals, trumpet, handclaps Pattie Harrison, Jackie Lomax, John Mc Cartney: backing vocals, handclaps Maureen Starkey, Francie Schwartz, Ingrid Thomas, Pat Whitmore, Val Stockwell, Irene King, Ross Gilmour, Mike Redway, Ken Barrie, Fred Lucas, various others: backing vocals Jack Fallon, Henry Datyner, Eric Bowie, Norman Lederman, Ronald Thomas, Bernard Miller, Dennis Mc Connell, Lou Sofier, Les Maddox: violin John Underwood, Keith Cummings, Leo Birnbaum, Henry Myerscough: viola Eldon Fox, Reginald Kilbey, Frederick Alexander: cello Leon Calvert, Stanley Reynolds, Ronnie Hughes, Derek Watkins, Freddy Clayton: trumpet Leon Calvert: flügelhorn Tony Tunstall: French horn Ted Barker, Don Lang, Rex Morris, J Power, Bill Povey: trombone Alf Reece: tuba Dennis Walton, Ronald Chamberlain, Jim Chester, Rex Morris, Harry Klein: saxophone Art Ellefson, Danny Moss, Derek Collins: tenor saxophone Ronnie Ross, Harry Klein, Bernard George: baritone saxophone Raymond Newman, David Smith: clarinet Uncredited: 12 violins, three violas, three cellos, three flutes, clarinet, three saxophones, two trumpets, two trombones, horn, vibraphone, double bass, harp Tracklisting: Back In The USSR Dear Prudence Glass Onion Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da Wild Honey Pie The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill While My Guitar Gently Weeps Happiness Is A Warm Gun Martha My Dear I'm So Tired Blackbird Piggies Rocky Raccoon Don't Pass Me By Why Don't We Do It In The Road?