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YOU ALL NEED TO CONTRIBUTE ITS JUST BEEN 2 PEOPLE WORKING ON THIS. ESSAY QUESTIONS 1,2, and 5 ARE INCOMPLETE HELP YOUR DISCUSSION OUT P eople A Imelda Marcos - First Lady of the President of the Philippines. Later in July 1966, Imelda became involved in an altercation with the Beatles when they toured the Philippines after they unintentionally snubbed her who had expected the group to attend a breakfast reception at Malacañang. (Does not make sense, what are you trying to say?) The snub was broadcasted on Philippine television and radio and caused the Beatles to be run out of the philippines. Maureen Cleave - one of the earliest reporters that interviewed The Beatles; had an affair with John Lennon. John Lennon wrote “Norwegian Wood” about his affair with her. Geoff Emerick - The Beatles’ sound engineer; quit a few times due to the tense atmosphere; very innovative; it was his idea to put John Lennon’s vocals through a Leslie Speaker on “Tomorrow Never Knows” Timothy Leary - Lennon was inspired by Leary’s campaign in California and wrote “Come Together” as a result. Leary was a writer and psychologist, and a proponent of psychedelic drugs, having conducted experiments at Harvard and Concord Prison. He was eventually arrested for marijuana possession. Ken Kesey - author; threw parties called Acid Tests; went cross-country on a trip with The Merry Pranksters, inspired Paul to come up with The Magical Mystery Tour B The Merry Pranksters - group of people who formed around American author Ken Kesey in 1964. The group promoted the use of psychedelic drugs. noted for the sociological significance of a lengthy road trip they took in the summer of 1964, traveling across the United States in a psychedelic painted school bus called "Further" or "Furthur” influenced the Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour The Grateful Dead - organized the free sf concert in 1969 -introduced Paul to hippie folklore such as the Merry Pranksters Owsley Stanley - LSD cook provided LSD to the Beatles during filming of Magical Mystery Tour . Peter Blake - an English pop artist, best known for co-creating the sleeve design for the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Pablo Fanque- Circus proprietor known for being mentioned in “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” C Eric Clapton - First met the beatles while he was still with the Yardbirds. Recorded with Harrison on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” in 1968 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - Beatles went to visit him during their trip to India in 1968. The trip to his place was very spiritual and meant to take them away from the rest of the world. It resulted in the Beatles finding out their individual styles. They also had productive songwriting sessions while there. Lewis Carroll - author of the “Alice” stories whose work inspired "I am the Walrus" and
“Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” Donovan - Taught Lennon the ‘Travis-picking’ style during their trip to India. Lennon used this style in “Julia” Richard Hamilton - British painter and collage artist, designed album cover for the White Album D The Beach Boys - originally more surf-rock music. rubber soul influenced the beach boys

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