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The Baker's Dozen
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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever I Am The Walrus Lady Madonna The Fool On The Hill Fixing A Hole )

2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )

3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da) 

4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)

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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song
 

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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever , I Am The Walrus , Lady Madonna , The Fool On The Hill , Fixing A Hole )
2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )
3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)
4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)
5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")
6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )
7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )
8. Dig It (references Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mentions many Beatles songs)

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

8 October 2018
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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever I Am The Walrus Lady Madonna The Fool On The Hill Fixing A Hole )
2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )
3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)
4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)
5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")
6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )
7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )
8. Dig It (refences Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mention many Beatles songs)

9. What Goes On (kinda references "Tell Me Why ")

Someone said 'What were you gonna do when it's all finished,' and I said 'I don't know but it'd be good fun being a DJ.' And since then I've become a DJ, only by word of mouth, you know. SO any minute now you'll read, 'Ringo leaves to become a DJ' but it's not true. - Ringo Starr

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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever , I Am The Walrus , Lady Madonna , The Fool On The Hill , Fixing A Hole )
2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )
3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)
4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)
5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")
6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )
7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )
8. Dig It (references Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mentions many Beatles songs)
9. What Goes On (kinda references "Tell Me Why ")

10. Mean Mr Mustard (references Pam of Polythene Pam )

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

8 October 2018
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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever , I Am The Walrus , Lady Madonna , The Fool On The Hill , Fixing A Hole )
2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )
3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)
4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)
5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")
6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )
7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )
8. Dig It (references Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mentions many Beatles songs)
9. What Goes On (kinda references "Tell Me Why ")
10. Mean Mr Mustard (references Pam of Polythene Pam )
11. Ask Me Why (kind of references Misery )

You are all my friends.

9 October 2018
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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever , I Am The Walrus , Lady Madonna , The Fool On The Hill , Fixing A Hole )
2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )
3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)
4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)
5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")
6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )
7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )
8. Dig It (references Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mentions many Beatles songs)
9. What Goes On (kinda references "Tell Me Why ")
10. Mean Mr Mustard (references Pam of Polythene Pam )
11. Ask Me Why (kind of references Misery )
12. Sgt Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (reference Sgt Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band)

11 October 2018
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13 Beatles songs that reference another Beatles song

1. Glass Onion (references Strawberry Fields Forever , I Am The Walrus , Lady Madonna , The Fool On The Hill , Fixing A Hole )

2. I Am The Walrus (references Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds )

3. Savoy Truffle (references Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da)

4. All You Need Is Love (She Loves You - yeah, yeah, yeah)

5. Honey Don't (Ringo says "I Feel Fine ")

6. Lady Madonna (references I Am The Walrus )

7. Carry That Weight (includes reprise of You Never Give Me Your Money )

8. Dig It (references Let It Be as 'Hark The Angels Come'; and a long version mentions many Beatles songs)

9. What Goes On (kinda references "Tell Me Why ")

10. Mean Mr Mustard (references Pam of Polythene Pam )

11. Ask Me Why (kind of references Misery )

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

13. Sie Liebt Dich (references She Loves You very closely)

The next category is kind of dumb, but I can't think of anything better.

13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent.  Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show.  Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

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12 October 2018
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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis.

And in the end
The love you take is equal to the love you make

12 October 2018
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Well, one thing attempting to find 13 songs that reference other Beatles songs proved was that it can't be done. Myself, I'd disqualify 5 of those 13 as desperate attempts to fill the list, and find another 2 questionable, with some of them being just plain laughable. Still, an interesting exercise in finding where there isn't a Baker's dozen. Anyway...

13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent.  Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show.  Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.
2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis.
3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

"I only said we were bigger than Rod... and now there's all this!" Ron Nasty

 

The Beatles Non-Canon Poll List

12 October 2018
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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis.  

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium

 

Also, this might be a useful site for this Baker's Dozen: http://www.beatlesinterviews.org/

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@RubberRevolver49 said
Also, this might be a useful site for this Baker's Dozen: ************

This is something that has never been done in over 4000 posts in this game. I hope not to see it happen again. People here are clever enough to find sources themselves should they need to. It undermines the game, IMO.

"I only said we were bigger than Rod... and now there's all this!" Ron Nasty

 

The Beatles Non-Canon Poll List

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Ron Nasty said
Well, one thing attempting to find 13 songs that reference other Beatles songs proved was that it can't be done. Myself, I'd disqualify 5 of those 13 as desperate attempts to fill the list, and find another 2 questionable, with some of them being just plain laughable. Still, an interesting exercise in finding where there isn't a Baker's dozen. Anyway...

I was interested to see if it could be done, but I'm inclined to agree with you. Still, I thought it was a better suggestion than '13 times Paul McCartney told George what to play' - which I thought would be too easy.

Anyway, back to the game:

 

13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.
2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 
3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.
4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium
5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.
2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 
3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.
4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium
5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

"Duit On Mon Dei"

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.
2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 
3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.
4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.
5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.
6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

If you're reading this, you are looking for something to do.

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Ron Nasty said

@RubberRevolver49 said
Also, this might be a useful site for this Baker's Dozen: ************

This is something that has never been done in over 4000 posts in this game. I hope not to see it happen again. People here are clever enough to find sources themselves should they need to. It undermines the game, IMO.  

Geesh, man. I was just trying to be helpful. You don't have to be a dick about it. 

12 October 2018
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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.
2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 
3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.
4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.
5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.
6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.
8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

"I Need You by George Harrison"

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13 times in the 1960s, only 2 or 3 Beatles appeared in public together.

No solo appearances, but at least one Beatle must be absent. Could be something formal like a concert, film or TV show. Or it could be something unofficial like a party or paparazzi photo.

1. John and Paul appear on Tonight Show to promote Apple.

2. John, Paul, George and Jimmie Nicol take part in several interviews in 1964 when Ringo was absent due to tonsillitis. 

3. John, George and Ringo appearing before the press to mourn Brian's death at Bangor University while Paul was driving to London.

4. John & Ringo being interviewed at Wembley Stadium.

5. John, Paul and Ringo appear at rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, with Neil filling in for an absent George.

6. George and Ringo, along with their wives and Jane Birkin, attend the premiere of the Wonderwall movie in Cannes, 17 May 1968.

7. John and George 15/12/1969 UNICEF charity concert.

8. John, Paul and Ringo in 1964 Central Park photo session.

9. John, Paul, and Ringo talk about the Magical Mystery Tour film.

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