This is the account of the music of the sixties course "Evolution of the Revolution" that we give every semester at Tel Aviv University. The text in the books is my copyright. You are free to read the material on the Ourboox platform, but please do not download or otherwise transfer any…
The Beatles wrote songs about all kinds of animals, except:
OK, that was easy. This one is more difficult. Some people say that Brian Epstein was the fifth Beatle. He was particularly fond of
1. sliced ham
2. sliced turkey
4. gefilte fish
How big were the holes in Blackburn, Lancashire?
1. Very large
2. Medium to large
4. Rather small
Ok, we’re warming up. In the song “Why Don’t We Do it in the Road”, what does “do it” refer to?
1. Dancing a rumba
2. Hanging laundry to dry
3. Having a picnic.
4. None of the above.
The Fab Four named their band the Beatles because they liked
2. small German vehicles
3. Buddy Holly
4. misspelling words.
Who doesn’t have a lot to say?
1. Polyethylene Pam
2. Lovely Rita
3. Seargent Pepper
4. Her Majesty
Who studied pataphysical science?
Complete the following sentence. “All you need is …..”
Who is the clever mystery person in the picture? Hint: He was critical to the great success of the Beatles.
1. Maxwell Smart
2. George Orwell
3. King George VI
4. George Martin
If you got all the answers right, you must be very clever. Or have nothing better to do than listening to Beatles songs all day long. Not that there is anything wrong with that, I do it myself. And if you are very clever indeed, you should have no problem answering all of my quizzes in “Quizzes for Whizzes“, another of my exciting books at www.ourboox.com.
You might even consider writing your own book at www.ourboox.com. It’s so easy, that even I can do it.