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<cite>'''John Lennon''' on "The Beatles Ecological Number Ones"</cite>
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!align="center" bgcolor="orange" colspan="3"|''The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones''
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!align="center" bgcolor="orange" colspan="3"|[[Album]] by [[The Beatles]]
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!align="left" valign="top"|Released Date
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|[[January 23]], [[1968]]
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!align="left" valign="top"|Recorded
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|[[May 5]] - [[October 20]], [[1967]]
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!align="left" valign="top"|Genre
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|[[Psychedelia]]<br> [[rock]]
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!align="left" valign="top"|Length
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|56:24
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!align="left" valign="top"|[[Record label]]
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|[[MPL Communications]]
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!align="left" valign="top"|[[Record producers|Producers]]
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|colspan="2" valign="top"|[[George Martin]]<br> [[Phil Spector]]
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!bgcolor="orange" colspan="3"|Professional reviews
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!align="left" valign="top"|<small>''[[Oscar Wilde]]'' review</small>
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|valign="top"|5/5 - "I love three-eyed kittens!"
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|-
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!align="left" valign="top"|<small>''[[The Rolling Stones]]'' review</small>
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|valign="top"|2/5 - "Too bad for the gnus, but the old classics just don't have a good sound anymore."
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|-
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!align="left" valign="top"|<small>''[[Yoko Ono]]'' review</small>
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|valign="top"|0/5 - "[[AAAAAAAAA!|AAAAAA!]]"
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|-
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!bgcolor="orange" colspan="3"|Beatle Albums
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|-align="center"
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|valign="top"|<small>''[[Ringo Needs Some Money]]''<br />([[1967]])</small>
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|valign="top"|<small>''[[The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones|Ecological Number Ones]]''<br />([[1968]])</small>
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|valign="top"|<small>''[[The White Album]]''<br />([[1968]])</small>
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{{Q|It's just four lads from Liverpool playing songs about bananas and bees. I don't actually see what's wrong with that.|John Lennon|"The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones"}}
   
 
==Phhhhhhhhnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeeeaaaoooooooowwwwwww==
 
==Phhhhhhhhnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeeeaaaoooooooowwwwwww==
   
Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the fab four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"
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Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the Fab Four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"
   
 
==The Beatles Ignore Animals==
 
==The Beatles Ignore Animals==
   
Animals are important. I think we can all agree on that. Even the Beatles knew that. But they didn't care. Apart from naming themselves after an insect, they largely shunned the animal world - except for the [[Walrus]], and that was only to laugh at this noble aquatic beast. In this respect, the Beatles contrasted strongly with "The Animals" who put animals front and center in their concept of music.
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Animals are important, I think we can all agree on that. Even the Beatles knew that, but [[Nobody cares|they didn't care]]; apart from naming themselves after an insect, they largely shunned the animal world - except for the [[Walrus]], and that was only to laugh at this noble aquatic beast. In this respect, the Beatles contrasted strongly with "The Animals" who put animals front and center in their concept of music.
   
 
==The Beatles Love Animals==
 
==The Beatles Love Animals==
   
At some low point in the late [[1960]]'s, the [[Beatles]] suddenly became aware of animals. They immediately decided to put their power for harmony to the good of the [[planet]] once and for all. They recorded an album of their number one songs, re-written to emphasise the delicacy of nature and the importance of [[animals]] in general. The snappily titled album: '''The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones''' was briefly released, then hurriedly withdrawn from sale, due to squabbling among band members. [[George]] was all for it, in a cosmic kinda way, but [[Ringo]] thought it was a "bloody stupid idea". And to this day, he still thinks that.
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At some low point in the late [[1960]]'s, the [[Beatles]] suddenly became aware of animals. They immediately decided to put their power for harmony to the good of the [[planet]] once and for all. They recorded an album of their number one songs, re-written to emphasise the delicacy of nature and the importance of [[animals]] in general. The snappily titled album: '''The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones''' was briefly released, then hurriedly withdrawn from sale, due to squabbling among band members. [[George]] was all for it, in a cosmic kinda way, but [[Ringo]] thought it was a "bloody stupid idea". Later, when he realised the rate at which mean sea levels were rising, he realised that many countries would probably be drowned and prepared listeners for life beneath the waves in an octopus's garden. He had not actually resolved the issue of supplying oxygen to people opting for a predominantly aquatic lifestyle so his lyrics can be criticised as recklessly complacent and premature.
   
 
==Tracklisting==
 
==Tracklisting==
   
#Love Me Gnu
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#Love Me Gnu 554:12
#From Me To Gnu
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#From Me To Gnu 246:02
#She Loves Gnu
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#She Loves Gnu 498:34
#I Want To Mold Your Sand
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#PS I Love Gnu 2:01
#Can't Buy Me Lizard
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#I Want To Mold Your Sand 34:06
#A Hard Day's Blight
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#Can't Buy Me Lizard 142:32
#I Feel Fins
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#A Hard Day's Banana 286:44
#Ticket To Radiation
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#I Feel Fins 394:42
#Kelp!
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#Ticket To Radiation 642:21
#Yeasterday
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#Kelp! 624:40
#Day Tipper
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#Tell Me Fly 1:01
#We Can Work For Trout
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#We Can Work For Trout 46:02
#Stickleback Frightener
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#Tramp Madonna 652:44
#Yellow Puppy Death Machine
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#And I Love Birds 00:50
#Eleanor: Sick Bee
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#Eleanor: Sick Bee 00:02
#Puny Lion
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#There's A Bee 122:48
#All You Need Is Puppies
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#All You Need Is Puppies 1:04
#Hello Magpie
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#Hello Magpie 00:50
#Lady Macaque
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#Please Please Bees 456:24
#Hay Food
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#Got Beaks 00:48
#Got Beaks
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#Left Is Right (And Right Is Gnu)00:10
#The Ballad of John and Koko, The Talking Gorilla
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#Sunbeams 00:01
#Sunbeams
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#Cows Together 684:58
#Cows Together
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#Sgt. Flipper's Lonely Seal Club (Banned)00:54
#Sgt. Flipper's Lonely Seal Club (Banned)
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#Komm, Gib Mir Deine Pelikan 90:34
#There's A Bee
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#Get Bent 46:06
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#I Got a Wombat 0:50
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# Hippy Hippy Snake 00:12
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# Hey Jew 99:99:99:99
   
 
==Origins==
 
==Origins==
   
In 1967, the [[Beatles]] were beginning to crack. The foursome were constantly confused by [[women]] and all of them had stopped shaving. They continued to record together, however, largely for tax reasons.
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By late 1967, the [[Beatles]] were beginning to crack. The foursome were constantly confused by [[women]], and all of them had stopped shaving. They continued to record together, however, largely for tax reasons.
   
Legend has it that Paul, George and Ringo were just putting the finishing touches on the [[White Album]], with correction fluid, when John burst into the studio, out of breath, and announced that "[[Yoko]] is worried about [[Gnu]]s". John wanted everyone to drop what they were doing and record a new album dedicated to the noble, yet nearly extinct, [[Canadian]] jumping Gnu.
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Legend has it that Paul, George and Ringo were just putting the finishing touches on the [[White Album]], with correction fluid, when John burst into the studio, out of breath, and announced that "''[[Yoko]] is worried about [[Gnu]]s''". John wanted everyone to drop what they were doing and record a new album dedicated to the noble, yet nearly extinct, [[Canadian]] jumping Gnu.
   
"The Canadian jumping Gnu is the only Canadian animal, apart from [[Bryan Adams]], capable of jumping twice as high as its own body weight. Unfortunately, it is a terrible show off, and regularly jumps to command, making it an easy target for hunters. Even worse, the same thing is not true of Bryan Adams.", said John, before he collapsed to the floor, gasping for breath. George was all for it, in a cosmic kind of way, but Ringo began growling and dribbling more than normal.
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"''The Canadian jumping Gnu is the only Canadian animal, apart from [[Bryan Adams]], capable of jumping twice as high as its own body weight. Unfortunately, it is a terrible show off, and regularly jumps to command, making it an easy target for hunters. Even worse, the same thing is not true of Bryan Adams,''" said John, before he collapsed to the floor, gasping for breath. George was all for it, in a cosmic kind of way, but Ringo began growling and dribbling more than normal.
   
Paul intervened with a compromise. "Ey, ey, ey, breakkh it up, breakkh it up", said Paul. "I've gorra lorra compromise! Why don't we like, use our old songs, but change the worrrds, so that, like, they're about animals and tha'."
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Paul intervened with a compromise. "''Ey, ey, ey, breakkh it up, breakkh it up''," said Paul, "''I've gorra lorra compromise! Why don't we like, use our old songs, but change the worrrds, so that, like, they're about animals and tha'.''"
The others all stared at Paul. "That's feckin fab, Paul!" said John, using his favorite word to denote enthusiasm. "Cosmic", said George. "[[Bollocks]]", said Ringo.
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The others all stared at Paul. "''That's feckin fab, Paul!''" said John, using his favorite word to denote enthusiasm. "''Cosmic,''" said George. "''[[Bollocks]],''" said Ringo.
   
 
==Early Sessions==
 
==Early Sessions==
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[[image:Phil Spector Cat.jpg|thumb|200px|[[Phil Spector|Little Phil Spector]], the producer of the acclaimed album.]]
   
Early sessions focused on the Canadian jumping gnu. It was relatively simple for the Beatles to substitute the word "gnu" for "[[you]]" in their early songs. A line like, "With love, from me, to gnu" simply and elegantly expressed a love for gnu without getting into unnecessarily emotional about the animal.
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Early sessions focused on the Canadian jumping gnu. It was relatively simple for the Beatles to substitute the word "gnu" for "[[you]]" in their early songs. A line like, "With love, from me, to gnu" simply and elegantly expressed a love for gnu without getting unnecessarily emotional about the animal.
   
Recording sessions largely went smoothly, except that the lad's producer, [[George Martin]]i insisted on dressed up as a gnu for the recordings, to lend authenticity. This would have been ok, as Martini often dressed up as an animal and the lads didn't mind, except the gnu suit didn't fit and he kept tripping up on it and getting his antlers caught in the tape deck.
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Recording sessions largely went smoothly, except that the lad's producer, [[George Martin]]i insisted on dressed up as a gnu for the recordings, to lend authenticity. This would have been ok, as Martini often dressed as an animal and the lads didn't mind, except the gnu suit didn't fit and he kept tripping up on it and getting his antlers caught in the tape deck.
   
 
Paul provided the whale noises by using his elbow.
 
Paul provided the whale noises by using his elbow.
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''Cause I don't care too much for money, money can't buy me lizard''
 
''Cause I don't care too much for money, money can't buy me lizard''
 
====Yellow Puppy Death Machine====
 
 
''We all live in a yellow puppy death machine,''
 
 
''Yellow puppy death machine, yellow puppy death machine,''
 
 
''We all live in a yellow puppy death machine''
 
   
 
==Critical Reaction==
 
==Critical Reaction==
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Other reviewers were less generous. Environmental campaigners [[Greenpeace]] said:
 
Other reviewers were less generous. Environmental campaigners [[Greenpeace]] said:
{{cquote|''It's a bloody stupid idea. "Eleanor: Sick Bee"? What does that mean? And since when was a bee able to pick up rice in a church? That's just not possible. And there's no way that Koko the Talking [[Gorilla]] should ever have to wait for a ferry in the dock at Southampton, no matter how John feels about it.''}}
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{{cquote|''It's a bloody stupid idea. "Eleanor: Sick Bee"? What does that mean? And since when was a bee able to pick up rice in a church? That's just not possible. And there's no way that Yoko the [[Gorilla|Sicko]] should ever have to wait for a ferry in the dock at Southampton, no matter how John feels about it.''}}
   
 
{{cquote|'' oh yeah,... and Ringo's sexual attitudes towards the noble Canadian jumping Gnu are questionable at best.''}}
 
{{cquote|'' oh yeah,... and Ringo's sexual attitudes towards the noble Canadian jumping Gnu are questionable at best.''}}
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==Backwards Bit==
 
==Backwards Bit==
   
"'ekil ,ereht no kcabdeef arrib a tub, he' ,thguoht tsuj I" ti tup dluow luaP sa ,rO . selcitra rof krow dluohs ti os , ruof baf eht rof dekrow tI . kcabdeef fo tib a htiw nepo s'teL
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"'ekil ,ereht no kcabdeef arrib a tup, he' ,thguoht tsuj I" ti tup dluow luaP sa ,rO . selcitra rof krow dluohs ti os , ruof baf eht rof dekrow tI . kcabdeef fo tib a htiw nepo s'teL
   
 
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Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the fab four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"
 
Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the fab four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"
   
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The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones
Beatle kit
Album by The Beatles
Released Date January 23, 1968
Recorded May 5 - October 20, 1967
Genre Psychedelia
rock
Length 56:24
Record label MPL Communications
Producers George Martin
Phil Spector
Professional reviews
Oscar Wilde review 5/5 - "I love three-eyed kittens!"
The Rolling Stones review 2/5 - "Too bad for the gnus, but the old classics just don't have a good sound anymore."
Yoko Ono review 0/5 - "AAAAAA!"
Beatle Albums
Ringo Needs Some Money
(1967)
Ecological Number Ones
(1968)
The White Album
(1968)
“It's just four lads from Liverpool playing songs about bananas and bees. I don't actually see what's wrong with that.”
~ John Lennon on "The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones"

edit Phhhhhhhhnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeeeaaaoooooooowwwwwww

Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the Fab Four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"

edit The Beatles Ignore Animals

Animals are important, I think we can all agree on that. Even the Beatles knew that, but they didn't care; apart from naming themselves after an insect, they largely shunned the animal world - except for the Walrus, and that was only to laugh at this noble aquatic beast. In this respect, the Beatles contrasted strongly with "The Animals" who put animals front and center in their concept of music.

edit The Beatles Love Animals

At some low point in the late 1960's, the Beatles suddenly became aware of animals. They immediately decided to put their power for harmony to the good of the planet once and for all. They recorded an album of their number one songs, re-written to emphasise the delicacy of nature and the importance of animals in general. The snappily titled album: The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones was briefly released, then hurriedly withdrawn from sale, due to squabbling among band members. George was all for it, in a cosmic kinda way, but Ringo thought it was a "bloody stupid idea". Later, when he realised the rate at which mean sea levels were rising, he realised that many countries would probably be drowned and prepared listeners for life beneath the waves in an octopus's garden. He had not actually resolved the issue of supplying oxygen to people opting for a predominantly aquatic lifestyle so his lyrics can be criticised as recklessly complacent and premature.

edit Tracklisting

  1. Love Me Gnu 554:12
  2. From Me To Gnu 246:02
  3. She Loves Gnu 498:34
  4. PS I Love Gnu 2:01
  5. I Want To Mold Your Sand 34:06
  6. Can't Buy Me Lizard 142:32
  7. A Hard Day's Banana 286:44
  8. I Feel Fins 394:42
  9. Ticket To Radiation 642:21
  10. Kelp! 624:40
  11. Tell Me Fly 1:01
  12. We Can Work For Trout 46:02
  13. Tramp Madonna 652:44
  14. And I Love Birds 00:50
  15. Eleanor: Sick Bee 00:02
  16. There's A Bee 122:48
  17. All You Need Is Puppies 1:04
  18. Hello Magpie 00:50
  19. Please Please Bees 456:24
  20. Got Beaks 00:48
  21. Left Is Right (And Right Is Gnu)00:10
  22. Sunbeams 00:01
  23. Cows Together 684:58
  24. Sgt. Flipper's Lonely Seal Club (Banned)00:54
  25. Komm, Gib Mir Deine Pelikan 90:34
  26. Get Bent 46:06
  27. I Got a Wombat 0:50
  28. Hippy Hippy Snake 00:12
  29. Hey Jew 99:99:99:99

edit Origins

By late 1967, the Beatles were beginning to crack. The foursome were constantly confused by women, and all of them had stopped shaving. They continued to record together, however, largely for tax reasons.

Legend has it that Paul, George and Ringo were just putting the finishing touches on the White Album, with correction fluid, when John burst into the studio, out of breath, and announced that "Yoko is worried about Gnus". John wanted everyone to drop what they were doing and record a new album dedicated to the noble, yet nearly extinct, Canadian jumping Gnu.

"The Canadian jumping Gnu is the only Canadian animal, apart from Bryan Adams, capable of jumping twice as high as its own body weight. Unfortunately, it is a terrible show off, and regularly jumps to command, making it an easy target for hunters. Even worse, the same thing is not true of Bryan Adams," said John, before he collapsed to the floor, gasping for breath. George was all for it, in a cosmic kind of way, but Ringo began growling and dribbling more than normal.

Paul intervened with a compromise. "Ey, ey, ey, breakkh it up, breakkh it up," said Paul, "I've gorra lorra compromise! Why don't we like, use our old songs, but change the worrrds, so that, like, they're about animals and tha'." The others all stared at Paul. "That's feckin fab, Paul!" said John, using his favorite word to denote enthusiasm. "Cosmic," said George. "Bollocks," said Ringo.

edit Early Sessions

Phil Spector Cat

Little Phil Spector, the producer of the acclaimed album.

Early sessions focused on the Canadian jumping gnu. It was relatively simple for the Beatles to substitute the word "gnu" for "you" in their early songs. A line like, "With love, from me, to gnu" simply and elegantly expressed a love for gnu without getting unnecessarily emotional about the animal.

Recording sessions largely went smoothly, except that the lad's producer, George Martini insisted on dressed up as a gnu for the recordings, to lend authenticity. This would have been ok, as Martini often dressed as an animal and the lads didn't mind, except the gnu suit didn't fit and he kept tripping up on it and getting his antlers caught in the tape deck.

Paul provided the whale noises by using his elbow.

Once they'd laid down the track of "From Me to Gnu", Ringo thought that the song was "bollocks" and worried that people might thing the Beatles were sexually attracted to gnus. He worried so much that he sat up all night, brushing his beard with a small stick. The cause of his concern was the new lyrics, especially:

I've got everything that you want,

Like a heart that is oh, so true.

Just call on me and I'll send it along

With love from me to gnu.

I got arms that long to hold gnu

And keep gnu by my side.

I got lips that long to kiss gnu

And keep gnu satisfied, oooh.

edit Late Sessions

Later sessions of the recording were more relaxed. None of the Beatles liked to be up before 10am, and by coming into the studio a bit later, they all felt more relaxed and less in need of coffee. Paul, especially, was most amazed by this, and never shut up about it, regularly telling anyone who would listen about how fab laying in is.

The sessions were also marked by increasing experimentation, especially on tracks like "Eleanor: Sick Bee", "All You Need is Puppies" and "The Ballad of John and Koko, The Talking Gorilla". For "Eleanor: Sick Bee", the band used the entire London Philharmonic Orchestra, but told them not to bring any instruments. Instead, they all had to make a low buzzing noise and sometimes cough. Paul arranged for Koko, the Talking Gorilla to come to sessions also, but since Koko could only use sign language, George Martini reckoned it was impossible to record her. And anyway, Yoko got jealous and threw popcorn everywhere, so in the end Paul made the signs himself.

edit Selected Lyrics

Theresabee

There's a bee original promotional cover

edit There's A Bee

And when the broken hearted people living in the world agree,

there will be an answer, there's a bee.

For though they may be parted there is still a chance that they will see,

there will be an answer. there's a bee.

There's a bee, there's a bee.....

edit I Want to Mold Your Sand

Oh yeah, I'll tell you something,

I think you'll understand.

When I'll say that something

I want to mold your sand...'

edit Love Me Gnu

Love, love me gnu

You know I love you

I'll always be true

So pleeeee heee heee eeeeeease love me gnu

Wooooo love me gnu

edit Can't Buy Me Lizard

I'll buy you a diamond ring my friend if it makes you feel alright

I'll get you anything my friend if it makes you feel alright

Cause I don't care too much for money, money can't buy me lizard

edit Critical Reaction

In his review of the album, Roger Ebert, the film critic with the Chicago Sun-Times said:

Cquote1 I've never listened to this record, and I don't care. I am a film critic. When you've got a good film for me to watch, let me know. Otherwise, leave me alone. Please. Please. Stop tormenting me. I like films. This is ruining my life. Stop sending me records. I don't care any more. Oh, god, it's all just so pointless. Leave me alone. Cquote2

Other reviewers were less generous. Environmental campaigners Greenpeace said:

Cquote1 It's a bloody stupid idea. "Eleanor: Sick Bee"? What does that mean? And since when was a bee able to pick up rice in a church? That's just not possible. And there's no way that Yoko the Sicko should ever have to wait for a ferry in the dock at Southampton, no matter how John feels about it. Cquote2
Cquote1 oh yeah,... and Ringo's sexual attitudes towards the noble Canadian jumping Gnu are questionable at best. Cquote2

edit Backwards Bit

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edit wwwwwwooooooooaaaeeeeeeennnnnnnnnhhhhhhhhP

Oompa Loompa Loompa Loomp. Oompa Loompa Loompa Loomp. Oompa Loompa Loompa Loomp.

Walrus.

Let's open with a bit of feedback. It worked for the fab four, so it should work for articles. Or, as Paul would put it "I just thought, 'eh, put a birra feedback on there, like.'"

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