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7. Paul added flute and recorder to this song from Magical Mystery Tour with lyrics telling the story of a social outcast. It is 8. The composer and lead singer on this song is
Click Here to Play Audio 9. George's East Indian influenced song from Sgt. Pepper features tamboura and philosophical lyrics. It is
10. The Beatles play no instruments on this Sgt. Pepper song featuring strings, harp, and
11. This "fifth Beatle" helped create the many overdubs on the Sgt. Pepper, and gives his commentary on the creation of these songs. He is
12. This song was composed and lead vocals sung by
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14. This song was composed and lead vocals sung by
Click Here to Play Audio 15. One John song, inspired by his son's drawing, featured surreal lyrics for the verses and a R&R chorus. It is
16. One '67 psychedelic nostalgia song by John features an album version combining two different takes (adjusted from different speeds) and the famous "cranberry sauce" ending. It is
17. Originally titled "Badfinger Boogie," this Paul song, sung by Ringo, was a '68 cover hit for Joe Cocker. It is
18. John's surreal circus song from Sgt. Pepper uses various organs and tape loops to transform imagery to sound. It is
19. One John song, with lyrics inspired by Alice in Wonderland, got its rhythm from a police car siren. It is
20. Inspired by a t.v. ad, this John song from Sgt. Pepper features saxes, French horn and trombones and sound effects including animal noises. It is
21. Instruments heard on this recording include B. acoustic guitar Click Here to Play Audio 22. One Paul song from Sgt. Pepper was written when he was a teen, and features session clarinets and a vaudeville sound. It is
23. Paul plays harpsichord and John maracas on this Sgt. Pepper song not recorded at Abbey Road studios. It is
24. Critics disliked this late '67 Beatles film with its disjointed plot, though it has now become a cult classic. It is
25. This working version of "Good Morning Good Morning" was composed and sung by
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