|Added notes and corrections to Please Please Me: Sixties British Pop, Inside Out.|
|Every author, I suspect, discovers things in their publications that they wish they had said differently or subsequently discover to be potentially inaccurate. In pursuit of my stated goal of "getting it right," I have added these notes to my book.|
|59||fn2. "Martin may have been speaking figuratively of 'scissors,' as a razor blade and an editing block were the tools for most tape editing."
A personal note from engineer Malcolm Addey states that EMI did indeed use brass scissors for their editing in this era, not razor blades and splicing blocks, which came later.
|Please Please Me: Sixties British Pop, Inside Out|
|1 March, 2011|