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  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1783957 - 14 years ago

    Rules:
    1.anyone can ask a question as long as it is about the beatles

    2.No subtracting mod points people can answer without worry if it is wrong

    3. minimum of 1 mod point per question

    4. you may ask to clarify the question if you do not understand

    5. Have fun!!!!!!!!!

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784033 - 14 years ago

    i will start it off!!

    In the song "Hey Bulldog" what is the sheep dog doing?

  • imbenurnot

    imbenurnot

    #1784139 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #2:

    Standing in the rain.

    Which one resisted LSD the longest?

  • PenguinMinT

    PenguinMinT

    #1784170 - 14 years ago

    In reply to imbenurnot, #3:

    Im going to say Paul?

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784171 - 14 years ago

    Paul McCartney

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784188 - 14 years ago

    who plays the lead guitar solo on the song "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784240 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #6:

    Eric Clapton, whom George Harrison brought in to force the group to act polite when re-recording the song. Harrison returned the favor when he played slide guitar on the Cream song "Badge". Clapton in fact brought Harrison in to force Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker to act polite while recording.

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784300 - 14 years ago

    clap clap nice job ur turn for a question and imbenurnot u need to to give some one a mod point

  • imbenurnot

    imbenurnot

    #1784312 - 14 years ago

    Ok then, who was brought in to do the same as Clapton while recording Let it Be?

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784327 - 14 years ago

    In reply to imbenurnot, #9:

    Billy Preston?

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784378 - 14 years ago

    well i said that claption waz the lead guitar so by saying "same" then you mean lead guitar and no one waz brought in gorge did lead

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784432 - 14 years ago

    Also, here's my question - what was the original title of "Hey Bulldog"?

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784526 - 14 years ago

    ya imbenurnot which one of us is write and TheOx129 GREAT question may take some time

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784546 - 14 years ago

    but it is "you can talk to me"

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784562 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #14:

    Good job.

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784613 - 14 years ago

    Who waz the song "Dear Prudence" written about

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784659 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #16:

    Mia Farrow's sister, Prudence. She attended the Maharishi's retreat with several others (including the Beatles), and was suffering from depression. She confined herself to her room, and John wrote the song hoping to cheer her up, which it did.

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784675 - 14 years ago

    nice job ur turn

  • imbenurnot

    imbenurnot

    #1784679 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #16:

    Someone they knew in India?

    and by the way, I meant a similar musician brought in to keep everybody in line, not to play guitar. And John played some lead on there too. He's the one who played the solo on Get Back at least.

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784764 - 14 years ago

    dude that is not an answer u need a name

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784801 - 14 years ago

    Okay, what is the only known song credited to George Harrison and Paul McCartney?

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784886 - 14 years ago

    waiting for your friends to go

  • TheOx129

    TheOx129

    #1784942 - 14 years ago

    In reply to BigNick699, #22:

    Nope, this one may be a little tougher since it was early on.

  • BigNick699

    BigNick699

    #1784971 - 14 years ago

    ok fine there is no one elese here so i give up make a knew knew question that is possibile to answer

  • imbenurnot

    imbenurnot

    #1785040 - 14 years ago

    What song off of Let it Be did John improvise the lyrics to?