Recording 'Martha My Dear' for 'The White Album' at Trident Studios in London. Session musicians (background) Alfred Reece (tuba), Ted Barker (trombone), and Anthony Tunstall (french horn), and (front line) Ronald Hughes, Stanley Reynolds (trumpet), and Leon Calvert (trumpet and flugelhorn), wait until the Beatles finish recording the rhythm section for 'Martha My Dear'. Photo by Linda McCartney, 1968 (Linda McCartney's Sixties - Portraits Of An Era, 1992).
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Linda: "They were putting together the medley, Paul had asked John for undeveloped songs, and so John threw in ‘mean Mr Mustard’ and Paul put in ‘She Came In Through The Bathroom Window’. I remember Paul at home working out on that notepad the ways in which he could join these fragments together. This picture is from the moment he showed the notes to John to get his comments.”
Source: 'Linda McCartney's Sixties - Portraits Of An Era', 1992.