Badge (Harrison-Clapton) On an album by Cream, February 1969, with George on rhythm guitar as L'Angelo Mysterioso.
"I'm So Tired The Beatles (1968) The Beatles wrote a lot of songs during their trip to India, especially Lennon, who was anxious and couldn't sleep.
(1965) Another key track in the Beatles' evolution, "Ticket to Ride like other songs on Help!, finds the band branching out.
One of the last tracks recorded for the era-shifting Rubber Soul."Baby, You're a Rich Man Single (1967) The B-side to "All You Need Is Love" was initially interpreted as a slight knock on Beatles manager Brian Epstein, who died a month after the single's July release.Three of the four Beatles played makeshift kazoos made up of combs and tissue paper."Doctor Robert Revolver (1966) Supposedly true song about a doctor who supplied the Beatles with drugs during their druggiest period.Beatles for Sale (1964) 197.Version.2, updated through the "Anthology" CDs."She Came in Through the Bathroom Window Abbey Road (1969) Part of the medley that ends Abbey Road, and the song that immediately precedes the trio of tracks which closes the door on the Beatles' majestic career.Starr plays drums on the single version but handles only tambourine on the re-recorded take found on the group's debut album."Maggie Mae Let It Be (1970) Less than a minute long and tossed off during the Get Back / Let It Be recordings, the traditional Liverpool folk song at least shows the occasional casual approach the group took during the sessions when they weren't.1 hit in 1975 with a cover version featuring John Lennon performing.
But this early song, intended for.
"Christmas Time (Is Here Again Single (1967) The Beatles recorded seven Christmas records from 1963-69 that were sent to their fan club.
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"Here Comes the Sun Abbey Road (1969) After years of basically allowed one song per album, Harrison stepped up with two classics for the Beatles' last run in the studio."You Never Give Me Your Money Abbey Road (1969) The first part of the medley that closes Side Two of Abbey Road, and the first song recorded for the suite.On the other hand, we've omitted a few official tracks that don't quite fit, like the two sketchy 1963 demos included on the 2013 iTunes exclusive."You've Got to Hide Your Love Away Help!Its vaguely Eastern tone fits in with the Summer of Love.Comments mention the probable composer in other cases.
"The track is just terrible.
Either way, like much of their third album, it showed another side to the Beatles.