I am a HUGE fan who happened to soak up lots and lots of trivia on her way through Beatle land (I`ve been told I have Beatle radar), so I`m able to answer a question about almost anything!
I'm a professional music teacher, mainly in vocal music. My particular specialty would be questions on the music theory of the Beatles songs, or ending "who sang what" debates.
Degree in music education
The music, obviously.
While recording "Helter Skelter", George Harrison ran around with a flaming ashtray on his head.
Paul McCartney's been busted for pot about 3 or 4 times, and John Lennon and George Harrison have one bust each. Ringo has none. Go, Ringo!
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With most Beatles songs, you can use a general rule of thumb of "you wrote it, you play it," but there are obvious exceptions (George and Ringo singing Lennon/McCartney songs, Paul singing parts of "A
Hello Kenneth, Paul McCartney used to have a chauffeur named Alf Bicknell to drive him to John Lennon's house for songwriting sessions. One day, when Alf was driving Paul over to John's house, Paul
It's a loaded question for many reason. It's definitely over 250 million, but some claim 600 million, and other claim 2.3 BILLION. Here's why it's hard to come up with one answer: 1) Some countries
All I can verify is that on the "Live at the BBC" album (of which there is a part 2 coming out next month), there are 3 tracks performed by the Beatles that were first made famous by Elvis Presley. They
You're right, the US releases censored the poster. But it's John on the bed, not George. A well placed arm prevents you from seeing any naughty parts, but if you see the uncensored version, it's clearly