The Beatles - A Day in The Life: May 25, 1967
Recording: It’s All Too Much
De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London
Engineer: Dave Siddle
The Beatles recorded away from EMI Studios once again on this day, moving to the independent De Lane Lea Studios, then situated at 129 Kingsway, London.
Following considerable rehearsals the backing track for It's All Too Much was recorded in four takes on this day, though at this point the song was known simply as Too Much. It featured organ, bass guitar, distorted lead guitar and drums. The session took place from 7pm-2.30am.
Work on It's All Too Much continued at De Lane Lea on May 31st and June 2, 1967.
Source: Beatles Bible