Here Comes the Sun was written by George Harrison. This arrangement is by Bob Hooper.
“Here Comes the Sun” is one of Harrison’s best-known Beatles contributions alongside “Something” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”.
George Harrison wrote this in Eric Clapton’s garden using one of Clapton’s acoustic guitars. When the Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein died in 1967, the band had to handle more of their accounting and business affairs, which Harrison hated. He wrote this after attending a round of business meetings. This song was inspired by the long winters in England which Harrison thought went on forever.
John Lennon didn’t appear on Here Comes The Sun; he was recovering from a car accident at the time of the first sessions, and later on Harrison largely completed the song alone.
The rhythm track was recorded in 13 takes on 7th July 1969. Harrison played acoustic guitar and sang a guide vocal, McCartney played bass, and Starr was on drums. Harrison spent an hour re-recording his acoustic guitar part at the end of the session.
The next day Harrison recorded his lead vocals, and he and McCartney twice recorded their backing vocals. On 16 July handclaps and a harmonium were overdubbed. Here Comes The Sun was then left until 6 August, when Harrison taped more guitar parts alone in Abbey Road’s studio three.
The orchestra – the names of the players undocumented – was recorded on the 15th August. The song was completed four days later, when Harrison taped his Moog part.
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