Sunday, October 26, 2008

Beatles Halloween BOOtleg

Beatles Halloween BOOtleg (on bobbing for Apple Records. of course)

Yes it's that time of year again, Beedle Peedles !
Election Day is not the only scary day coming up.
Go get ready to light up your Jack-O-Lanterns
since Halloween is just around the corner.

While I was lounging around, getting over an awful cold,
I was trying to think of a way to tie in The Fabs with
All Hallows Eve. The Happy-Go-Lucky Mop Tops are usually
associated with Peace, Love, Joy, Fun, etc. But of course there
has been lots of scary events associated with The Beatles
as well.

With that in mind, I came up with a list of Fab-related songs
for Halloween. There weren't too many really "scary" tracks,
but I listed songs about children, sweets, darkness, costumes,
as well as various Halloween figures, like ghosts, ghouls, and the devil.
Some of the songs were included because of it's title,
even if the contents have nothing to do with Halloween.
(In other words, for comedic value.) I hope you enjoy it!
  1. Ringo: Spooky Weirdness
  2. Paul: No More Lonely Nights
  3. Paul: Magic
  4. George: Beware Of Darkness
  5. George: Here Comes The Moon
  6. Beatles: Mr. Moonlight
  7. Beatles: Little Child
  8. Paul: Dress Me Up As A Robber
  9. Beatles: Act Naturally
  10. Beatles: Baby's In Black
  11. Beatles: With A Little Help From My Friends
  12. Paul: Friends To Go
  13. Paul: Follow Me
  14. Beatles: Why Don't We Do It In The Road?
  15. Beatles: Your Mother Should Know
  16. George: Awaiting On You All
  17. George: Behind That Locked Door
  18. Beatles: There's A Place
  19. Paul: Let 'Em In
  20. Beatles: Don't Pass Me By
  21. Paul: I'm Carrying
  22. George: Try Some Buy Some
  23. Beatles: Savoy Truffle
  24. George: Unknown Delight
  25. Beatles: Not A Second Time
  26. John: Instant Karma !
  27. Traveling Wilburys: The Devil's Been Busy
  28. John: Scared
  29. Yoko : Don't Be Scared
  30. John: Mr. Hyde's Gone (Don't Be Afraid)
  31. Beatles: Chains
  32. George: The Art Of Dying
  33. Beatles: Run For Your Life
  34. Paul: Magneto and Titanium Man
  35. Ringo: Devil Woman
  36. Beatles: Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  37. Elvis Costello: So Like Candy
  38. Beatles: Devil In Her Heart
  39. Yoko: Women Of Salem
  40. George: Blood From A Clone
  41. Beatles: Yer Blues
  42. Paul: Live and Let Die
  43. Beatles: I Am The Walrus (They Are The Eggmen)
  44. George: Devil's Radio
  45. Barenaked Ladies: Be My Yoko Ono
  46. Yoko: Yes, I'm A Witch
  47. George: Between The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
  48. John: My Mummy's Dead
  49. Beatles: I'm Looking Through You
  50. Ringo: Back Off Boogaloo
  51. Paul: Run Devil Run
  52. Beatles: Helter Skelter
  53. Beatles: I'm So Tired
  54. Beatles: When I Get Home
  55. Beatles: The Long And Winding Road
  56. Beatles: Get Back
  57. Paul: Gratitude
  58. Paul: Eat At Home
  59. Ringo: Satisfied
  60. Beatles: It's All Too Much
  61. Heather Mills Feat. Paul McCartney: VO!CE

    (Note: I'm a fan of Yoko's, and the BNL song was
    included as a little joke. The same cannot be said about
    Heather Mills.)

1 comment:

fans on the run said...

Wasn't 'Snookeroo' born on the eve of Halloween????

and ....There's a medley on some BOOtleg somewhere of just the screams from a bunch of songs from the Fabs.

Fans On The Run

Also a fan of Yoko, and ditto the HM perspective! Now SHE'S scary!