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'___(NAME)___ got nothing on this, baby'
Full name of the Beatles' second bassist
Song by John intended for the White Album but cut (what a shame), not released until Anthology 3, possibly inspired by Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett
Actress and long-time girlfriend/fiancee of Paul McCartney
Song which precedes 'I'll Cry Instead' on the album A Hard Day's Night but was not included in the movie, written by John
1981 single by George Harrison originally written in 1980 for Ringo but rewritten after John's murder
Song featured on both the album and movie A Hard Day's Night, also the B-side to the U.K. single 'If I Fell'
White Album song with only two different lines repeated throughout and inspired by copulating monkeys
Rock & roll icon admired by the Beatles, original performer of the song 'Long Tall Sally' which the Beatles often used to close shows
Director of the Beatles' first two films, A Hard Day's Night and Help! awarded by MTV as the 'Father of the Music Video'
Concert held on the 1st anniversary of George's death including acts by Ravi Shankar, Monty Python, and 'George's Band'
Legendary producer commonly referred to as the fifth Beatle
Sessions drummer who replaced Ringo for the recording of 'Love Me Do' and 'Please Please Me'
Nickname of 1968 album The Beatles, written mostly in India
Song from Revolver based on John and George's introduction to LSD by a dentist
Given name of fellow musician, highly influencial on Beatles music after meeting them and introducing them to cannabis
1967 single, performed on Our World, the first live global television link
Single first issued in 1962 which peaked at #17 in the U.K.
1967 definitive album, ranked #1 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
1973 Wings album widely regarded as their best and possibly the best by any former Beatle
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