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Beatles Trivia - Even Easier!
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What did John and Yoko do after recording "Two Virgins "?

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We all know what they did, they

went to Gary Evans 7th birthday party and gave his father a copy of their new album called Two Virgins by John and Yoko Lennon.

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According to Mal Evans in his 2005 book Just Because You're Over The Age Of 30 Doesn't Mean You Can't Like New Music, why did Paul McCartney refuse to play bass on Britney Spears 1998 hit song Baby One More Time and who did they get to play bass instead.

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His agent said Spears wanted someone to play a bass, and he misheard it as "someone to fillet a bass". Paul's being a veg-head made him decline. Undeterred, Spears' camp employed the ghost of former bass player for Elvis, Bill Black.

Why did Ringo not sing more songs on Beatles albums?

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In 1964, after The Beatles released their 3rd LP A Hard Day's Night , which was one of the first rock double LP's, The Beatles decided that they have had enough of Ringo's awful singing voice, so they tricked him into getting his tonsils removed, making him unable to speak.

What Beatle was well known for grave robbing and got sentenced to 10 years in prison for robbing King Henry VIII's grave.

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Paul, but that story is only partially true. In fact, Paul only served 10 days for GRAVY robbing. In 1979, Linda had been trying to convert him to full vegetarianism and served him one of her lentil-loaf meals for dinner. Still with a great craving for meat, Paul proclaimed the meal "delicious!", but surreptitiously dumped it into a satchel when she wasn't looking. Then, using the excuse of going out to the studio to work on a few tracks, he drove out to King Henry VIII's Fried Chicken & Biscuits to purchase a bucket of chicken gravy to make the meal more palatable. Finding it closed, and desperate for the taste of animal flesh, he hurled a brick through the window and broke in. Then he filled a styrofoam container with gravy and left, but not before leaving a 20-pound note and an apology written on a glossy publicity photo he had with him. Needless to say, Paul's natural charm in leaving such a note enabled police to identify him as the culprit, and Paul didn't contest the jail sentence. He served his time - relishing the meat-laden dishes that were served to him in jail - and commented afterwards that he found the whole experience rather relaxing, speculating that he could easily tolerate any future 10-day prison sentences that might happen to come his way.

What was the Beatles' guitar amplifiers primarily used for?

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The Beatles treated their amps as multi tools, they used them as tables, places to sleep at night, toilets, speakers for their radio and TV, wood splitters, sleds, cars, and of course playing their guitars and basses with.

Why was John only sleeping, why wouldn't do anything else?

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His amplifier was broken from too much toilet-use, spilt drinks, and wood-splitting, and he found that the only thing he could do without it working normally was sleep.

What is the name of the Beatles' 14th canon studio album?

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I'm going to have to check The Beatles discography, luckily I have The Beatles In 5.1 Surround box set:

"Off The Beatles Track" (1962)

Side A:

My Bonnie

The Saints

Cry For A Shadow

Besame Mucho

Side B:

How Do You Do It

Blue Suede Shoes

Love Me Do

Shout

"Please Please Me " (1963)

Side A:

I Saw Her Standing There

Misery

Anna (Go To Him)

Chains

Boys

Ask Me Why

Please Please Me

Side B:

Love Me Do

P.S. I Love You

Baby It's You

Do You Want To Know A Secret

A Taste Of Honey

There's A Place

Twist And Shout

"With The Beatles " (1963)

Side A:

It Won't Be Long

All I've Got To Do

All My Loving

Don't Bother Me

Little Child

Till There Was You

Please Mister Postman

Side B:

Roll Over Beethoven

Hold Me Tight

You Really Got A Hold On Me

I Wanna Be Your Man

Devil In Her Heart

Not A Second Time

Money (That's What I Want)

"A Hard Day's Night " (1964)

Side A:

A Hard Day's Night

I Should Have Known Better

If I Fell

I'm Happy Just To Dance With You

And I Love Her

Tell Me Why

Can't Buy Me Love

Side B:

Any Time At All

I'll Cry Instead

Things We Said Today

When I Get Home

You Can't Do That

I'll Be Back

Side C:

Long Tall Sally

I Call Your Name

Slow Down

Matchbox

Side D:

This Boy

From Me To You

Thank You Girl

I'll Get You

She Loves You

I Want To Hold Your Hand

"Beatles For Sale " (1964)

Side A:

No Reply

I'm A Loser

Baby's In Black

Rock And Roll Music

I'll Follow The Sun

Mr. Moonlight

Kansas City

Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey

Side B:

Eight Days A Week

Words Of Love

Honey Don't

Every Little Thing

I Don't Want To Spoil The Party

What You're Doing

Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby

"Help !" (1965)

Side A:

Help !

The Night Before

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

I Need You

Another Girl

You're Going To Lose That Girl

Ticket To Ride

Side B:

Act Naturally

It's Only Love

You Like Me Too Much

Tell Me What You See

I've Just Seen A Face

Yesterday

Dizzy Miss Lizzy

"Rubber Soul " (1965)

Side A:

Drive My Car

Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

You Won't See Me

Nowhere Man

Think For Yourself

The Word

Michelle

Side B:

What Goes On

Girl

I'm Looking Through You

In My Life

Wait

If I Needed Someone

Run For Your Life

"Revolver " (1966)

Side A:

Taxman

Eleanor Rigby

I'm Only Sleeping

Love You To

Here, There And Everywhere

Yellow Submarine

She Said, She Said

Side B:

Good Day Sunshine

And Your Bird Can Sing

For No One

Doctor Robert

I Want To Tell You

Got To Get You Into My Life

Tomorrow Never Knows

"A Collection Of Beatles Outtakes" (1966)

Side A:

Paperback Writer

I Feel Fine

We Can Work It Out

She's A Woman

Bad Boy

Side B:

Rain

Yes It Is

Day Tripper

I'm Down

"Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967)

Side A:

Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band

With A Little Help From My Friends

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Getting Better

Fixing A Hole

She's Leaving Home

Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!

Side B:

Within You Without You

When I'm Sixty Four

Lovely Rita

Good Morning, Good Morning

Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

A Day In The Life

Side C:

Magical Mystery Tour

The Fool On The Hill

Flying

Blue Jay Way

Your Mother Should Know

I Am The Walrus

Side D:

Only A Northern Song

Strawberry Fields Forever

Penny Lane

Hello, Goodbye

Baby, You're A Rich Man

All You Need Is Love

"The Beatles" (1968)

Side A:

Back In The U.S.S.R.

Dear Prudence

Glass Onion

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Wild Honey Pie

The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Happiness Is A Warm Gun

Side B:

Martha My Dear

I'm So Tired

Blackbird

Piggies

Rocky Raccoon

Don't Pass Me By

Why Don't We Do It In The Road?

I Will

Julia

Side C:

Birthday

Yer Blues

Mother Nature's Son

Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey

Sexy Sadie

Helter Skelter

Long, Long, Long

Side D:

Revolution

Honey Pie

Savoy Truffle

Cry Baby Cry

Revolution 9

Good Night

Side E:

Lady Madonna

Across The Universe

The Inner Light

All Together Now

Hey Bulldog

It's All Too Much

Side F:

Revolution (7-inch mix)

What's The New Mary Jane

Jubilee

Sour Milk Sea

While My Acoustic Guitar Gently Weeps

Not Guilty

Hey Jude

"Abbey Road " (1969)

Side A:

Come Together

Something

The Ballad Of John And Yoko

Oh! Darling

Octopus's Garden

I Me Mine

Cold Turkey

Side B:

Here Comes The Sun

Because

You Never Give Me Your Money

Sun King

Mean Mr. Mustard

Polythene Pam

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window

Golden Slumbers

Carry That Weight

The End

Her Majesty

"Get Back " (1970)

Side A:

Two Of Us

Maxwell's Silver Hammer

Across The Universe

For You Blue

Rip It Up

Shake, Rattle, And Roll

Dig It

The Long And Winding Road

Let It Be

Side B:

Get Back

I Want You (She's So Heavy)

Don't Let Me Down

One After 909

Dig A Pony

I've Got A Feeling

Get Back (Reprise)

"The Last Waltz" (1970)

Side A:

It's So Hard

Old Brown Shoe

Maybe I'm Amazed

Imagine

Maggie Mae

You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)

Side B:

It Don't Come Easy

12 Bar Original

Leave My Kitten Alone

My Sweet Lord

How Do You Sleep?

Christmas Time (Is Here Again)

Mother

"Anthology" (1995)

Side A:

Free As A Bird

Real Love

All For Love

Grow Old With Me

Side B:

Now And Then

Hiroshima Sky Is Always Blue

Carnival Of Light

As we can see, Get Back is their 13th album.

What does the cover for The Last Waltz look like?

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It looks strikingly similar to the cover of The First Flamenco but lacks the Latino flair.  

In the song 'You Can't Do That ', what is it that you can't do?

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You can't go around saying that The Rolling Stones are better and/or greater than The Beatles... you just can't do that.

What other famous band was usually paired to The Beatles?

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Charles Hawtrey and the Deaf Aids

Who was the Walrus?

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Ringo. The other three claiming that they were all the walrus was just a decoy to prevent the public from discovering Ringo's true identity.

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You've Got To Hide Your Private Parts Awaytwo-virgins

Can you spot Paul McCartney in this picture?

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Nope. I'm just a poser; I can't even tell them apart, they all look like J. B. with the hair, y'know?

Why did Paul overuse the phrase 'you know'?

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You know. 

 

The Beatles changed their name back to The Quarry Men for one day in 1967. What was the date and why did they do it?

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The name change on December 26th, 1967 was because they were embarrassed of the bad publicity from their Magical History Tour film, which critically hated due to the fact that it's about social studies and only 1 Beatle song is ever played during the movie, I Am The Walrus is played in the background while they are looking at seals in the Sahara desert.

Why can't The Beatles tell the difference between a seal and a walrus?

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Because they subscribed to the incorrect theory that "if you've seen one pinniped, you've seen them all" and never bothered to learn the difference. With one errant flip of the coin, we could have been subjected to "I Am The Seal".

How many Albert Halls does it take to fill a hole?

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Why is the Beatles' Brown Album more highly regarded than their Purple Album?

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Because it was a longer album, here's the backstory:

Who can forget about The Beatles, actually almost nobody has heard of them. A somewhat obscure misbehaved rock band formed in Brighton, England in 1979 by John Lemon (1965-1989), Paul McIcedTea (born 1967), Orange Harrison (1964-2012), and Beet West (1964-1981), released their debut EP Purple, also known as Purple Rain or The Purple Album, in 1980, featuring these songs:

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Release Date:

1980

Genre:

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Label:

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Side A:

1. I Like To Draw Lots Of Pretty Pictures (On The Wall) 2:05

2. Eating Crayons 1:27

Side B:

1. Watching South Park And Repeating The Bad Words They Say In Public 2:46

Total Time:

6:18

Instrumentation:

John Lemon: Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar

Paul McIcedTea: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

Orange Harrison: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

Beet West: Drums

The album was a success in the underground scene and is considered one of the the best misbehaved rock (which is a subgenre of rock involving people singing about being children and not following directions, often with a very children's rock and punk rock influence) albums, it was panned by critics for it's lyrical content, lack of bass guitar, only being 6 minutes long yet costing $25, and for claiming to be a children's album, despite the message being about misbehaving. Also, the album failed to chart, which caused Beet to bite on a bullet and he died 2 days later in 1981 from rubber poisoning.

The Beatles knew they had to find a new drummer and while walking down the streets, they saw some guy busking using a tambourine and a clarinet, which he would bang against a tree, and decided that he would be the prefect drummer, this was none other than Mango Star (born 1965) who agreed to join the band if his friend Billy Pretzel (1961-2007) could join in as keyboardist, so they agreed and started working on their new album, Brown, often mislabeled as The Brown Album, it was finally released on June 18th, 1982, on Paul's 15th birthday:

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Release Date:

1982

Genre:

Misbehaved Rock, Comedy Rock, Poop Punk

Label:

Record Records

Side A:

1. Dumping My Toys 2:01

2. Breaking Things With My Big Red Hacksaw 2:07

3. I Spilled Chocolate Syrup All Over The Rug 2:13

4. I'm Immature (And No One's Better At It Then Me) 2:45

5. Being A Bad Boy At Preschool 1:57

6. Playing With My Toys (Especially Daddy's Extra Sharp Tool Set) 2:03

7. Running In The Middle Of The Road 2:04

Side B:

1. Having A Fit At The Grocery Store 2:10

2. I Love To Drink Daddy's Big Boy Drinks 2:00

3. The Biggest Fit You've Ever Seen (I Do More Than Just Smash Windows) 14:25

Total Time:

33:55

Instrumentation:

John Lemon: Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar on tracks 2 and 5

Paul McIcedTea: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

Orange Harrison: Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

Mango Starr: Drums, Tambourine on tracks 2, 3, 5, 8, and 9, Lead Vocals on track 6, Backing Vocals on track 9

Billy Pretzel: Piano on track 5, Organ on tracks 6 and 9

This album did a little better, peaking at #497 on the Billboard top 500 chart and spawned the single I'm Immature (And No One's Better At It Than Me), which peaked at #412, critics also gave it better reviews, although they still panned it for being labeled as a children's album despite the content, with one of it's songs saying f*** 52 times, s*** 37 times, and a** 46 times. Still, no one knew about them. In fact, in 1983 when researchers interviewed 1 million people, only 2,005 of them have heard of misbehaved rock, 1,776 of them have heard of The Beatles, 1,294 of them have heard of poop punk, 986 of them have listened to at least one song by The Beatles in it's entirety, 657 of them bought their album, and only 205 of them consider themselves fans of the band.

They never got as popular as they did with Brown, they tried again with 1985's Black, 1987's Red, and 1988's Blue (it was common for misbehaved rock bands to name all of their albums after a color and to have just the color and title on odd numbered albums and just the color without the title for even numbered albums). Sadly, in 1989 John Lemon suffocated to death on lemonade from a lemonade stand that was poisoned with cyanide, this was when The Beatles decided to break up.

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