Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey RoadProducer: George MartinEngineer: Peter BownThe Beatles continued work on Good Night on this day, following an initial session on 28 June 1968. The first task of the session was the recording of lead and backing vocals. The Beatles then recorded 10 new takes, numbered 6-15, the last of which was taken away by George Martin so an orchestral score could be prepared.The orchestra was recorded on 22 July. The song was started afresh on that date, so none of this day’s efforts were used.According to the tape log from this session, work on Good Night continued beyond take 15, although these efforts are described as outtakes. If the numbered takes went up to 22, however, it would explain why the 22 July remake began with take 23.