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Beatles Trivia Questions!
7 April 2010
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This clue is brought to you by the letter 'I'.

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7 April 2010
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3.) Name all Beatles songs where Paul is the main dummer (I think there are 7).

'Back In The U.S.S.R.', 'Dear Prudence ' and 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko ' are the only ones I thought Paul was drumming in.


7.) Who is the artist with the most covers by the Beatles?

Chuck Berry, I think.

7 April 2010
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McLerristarr said:

3.) Name all Beatles songs where Paul is the main dummer (I think there are 7).

'Back In The U.S.S.R.', 'Dear Prudence ' and 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko ' are the only ones I thought Paul was drumming in.

 

 

7.) Who is the artist with the most covers by the Beatles?

Chuck Berry, I think.


 

3.) All correct! 4 more missing!

 

7.) Bingo, that's correct! Nine covers on the "Live At The BBC " album! (Carl Perkins 6)

7 April 2010
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3.) Name all Beatles songs where Paul is the main dummer (I think there are 7).

'Back In The U.S.S.R.', 'Dear Prudence ' and 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko ' as I said before. Also, 'Wild Honey Pie ', 'Martha My Dear ' and 'Mother Nature's Son '. 'Why Don't We Do It In The Road?' is one some people think Paul plays everything on but in fact Ringo plays the drums. Paul played drums at times before The Beatles hired Pete Best. He may have also played drums during some unreleased rehearsals. Paul's demo of 'Come And Get It ' on Anthology 3 contains Paul playing every instrument including drums. He often played drums during in his Wings and solo work.

That's as much as I know.

 

7 April 2010
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McLerristarr said:

3.) Name all Beatles songs where Paul is the main dummer (I think there are 7).

'Back In The U.S.S.R.', 'Dear Prudence ' and 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko ' as I said before. Also, 'Wild Honey Pie ', 'Martha My Dear ' and 'Mother Nature's Son '. 'Why Don't We Do It In The Road?' is one some people think Paul plays everything on but in fact Ringo plays the drums. Paul played drums at times before The Beatles hired Pete Best. He may have also played drums during some unreleased rehearsals. Paul's demo of 'Come And Get It ' on Anthology 3 contains Paul playing every instrument including drums. He often played drums during in his Wings and solo work.

That's as much as I know.

 

 

 


 

Congratulations, you got them all! I agree with "WDWDIITR",  I also used to think that was Paul.

8 April 2010
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skye said:

This clue is brought to you by the letter 'I'.


 

I don't know! a-hard-days-night-paul-1

8 April 2010
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iCaramba said:

skye said:

This clue is brought to you by the letter 'I'.


 

I don't know! a-hard-days-night-paul-1


 

Ok, I've teased you long enough. It's what his name sounds like when play backwards.

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8 April 2010
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Ian Trackhamlop!

8 April 2010
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I've never heard of that before - it's a great pseudonym!

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8 April 2010
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You got the Ian part right, but he heard Iachimoe instead of Trackhamlop. a-hard-days-night-george-9 I found it in Many Years Fom Now, which someone (Joe) reccommended.

So in the spirit of Sunii, your prize:

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8 April 2010
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Is the song with guitar and drums but no bass "I've Just Seen A Face "?a-hard-days-night-paul-6

8 April 2010
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Paul McCartney said:

Is the song with guitar and drums but no bass "I've Just Seen A Face "?a-hard-days-night-paul-6


 

Aaah, Sir Paul himself!

Obviously you must know the answer, and it is correct!

9 April 2010
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While we've got you here, Paul… I have a question or two. Was "Too Many People " really about John or was he just being paranoid? Is it true what we've heard about your Minstrel Shows? What was the real reason that… oh, never mind! a-hard-days-night-ringo-6 (lol)

 

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9 April 2010
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Yeah, it was about John. One of the lines, "Too many people preaching practices" I think it was. There was also "You took your lucky break and broke it in two", which was a little dig at John and Yoko.

11 April 2010
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Visual pop quiz time! I've covered six faces on the Sgt. Pepper cover. Name the people covered without looking it up! (If you do cheat, only you and God will know.) Bonus: Whose hand is on wax Ringo's shoulder?

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11 April 2010
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I do believe that's my (wax) hand

11 April 2010
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Too hard! There's no way I could remember that without looking it up.

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12 April 2010
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Joe said:

Too hard! There's no way I could remember that without looking it up.


 

But it's too easy with the internet! Hmm.  a-hard-days-night-paul-7 Ok, I'll give you a list of ten names and you'll have to pick out six and put them in order. Easier?

 

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I do believe that's my (wax) hand


 

How do you know it's not John's?

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12 April 2010
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Ok, here's the list of people you have to choose from - pick the six on the cover.

  1. Karl Marx
  2. Laura Secord
  3. Marlene Dietrich
  4. David Livingstone
  5. Jules Verne
  6. W. C. Fields
  7. Edward Gorey
  8. Marlon Brando
  9. St Francis of Assisi
  10. Robert Peel

Good luck!

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12 April 2010
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The hand on Ringo's shoulder was, I believe, later lent to the Rolling Stones.

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