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OffbeatTrue or false? Beatles edition

11:50  17 june  2019
11:50  17 june  2019 Source:   espressocommunication.com

'The worst part is someone would have heard it crack': House Rules' Pete loses his temper as he finds his $850 koala print mysteriously smashed

'The worst part is someone would have heard it crack': House Rules' Pete loses his temper as he finds his $850 koala print mysteriously smashed Art is not all it's cracked up to be. And on Sunday night's episode House Rules, it left professional dancer Pete positively furious. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'The worst part is someone would have heard it crack': House Rules' Pete (pictured) lost his temper when he found his $850 koala print mysteriously smashed on Sunday night's episode The usually mild-mannered Melbourne renovator was sent into a rage when he found his $850 framed print of a koala smashed.

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Beatles True And False . 10 Questions - Developed by: Ashley Schilla - Developed on: 2015-11-28 - 14.612 taken - 3 people like it. Simple questions about songs and more! 1. There is 4 members of The Beatles . True . False . 2. Ringo Starr's real name is Richard Stuart.

The Beatles were always a foursome.

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In 1960 and 1961, Stuart Sutcliffe was the group’s bassist. When he left the band, Paul took over the bass and the group became a foursome.

The Fab Four are named John, Paul, George, and Richard.

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Believe it or not, Ringo Starr’s real name is Richard Starkey.

The song “Yesterday” was once entitled “Scrambled Eggs.”

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The melody of “Yesterday” came to Paul in a dream. When he woke up, he sang the words “scrambled eggs” before he worked out the actual lyrics.

“Yesterday” holds the record for being the song that has been covered most often by other artists.

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There are more than 2,200 covers of “Yesterday,” recorded by artists as varied as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, and Daffy Duck.

Elvis Presley reached the top of the Billboard chart more times than the Beatles.

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The Beatles had 20 songs that reached the top of the Billboard chart. No other artists have broken this record; Elvis had “only” 18.

Their first album, “Please Please Me“, was recorded in only a week.

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A week? That’s six days too many for the Beatles, who recorded the whole album in a single day.

None of the Beatles play their instruments on “She’s Leaving Home.”

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The same is true of “Eleanor Rigby,” on which a string orchestra is the only accompaniment to Paul’s voice.

“I Want to Hold Your Hand” is the Beatles song that spent the longest time at No. 1 on the Billboard chart.

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It’s actually “Hey Jude,” which stayed at No. 1 for nine weeks, two weeks longer than “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”

John was the oldest of the four Beatles.

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Born in July 1940, Ringo was older than John (October 1940), Paul (June 1942), and George (February 1943).

No song written by George Harrison was released as a single by the Beatles.

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“Something” is the only Beatles song written by Harrison that became a single.

After the Beatles broke up, George Harrison was the first to have a No. 1 song as a solo artist.

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It was the song “My Sweet Lord” in 1970.

“I Wanna Be Your Man” was written by the Rolling Stones and covered by the Beatles.

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Although the Stones recorded it first, the song was written by Lennon and McCartney.

The song “Julia” was written for Mia Farrow’s sister, Julia Farrow.

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“Julia” is about John Lennon’s mother. It’s “Dear Prudence” that was written for Prudence Farrow, Mia’s sister.

Although “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” was composed by George Harrison, it was John Lennon who performed the legendary guitar solo.

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In fact, it was Eric Clapton, who is not credited on the album.

The Beatles released a 45 rpm record that included the songs “Komm, gib mir deine Hand” and “Sie liebt dich.”

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These songs are the German versions of “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “She Loves You.”

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