Where can a bronze statue be found of the man with a distinct catch phrase, quoted by Lennon during the coda of The Beatles' 34th Top 10 single in America?
#98772. Asked by BRY2K. (Aug 22 08 3:37 AM)
"Free as a Bird" (Number Six, 1995), a demo recorded by Lennon in 1977, was completed by the other three and produced by Jeff Lynne; it became the Beatles 34th Top 10 single. |
"I've heard the mumbling at the end is "it's turned out nice again."
The curtain falls, "The End." The performer plays a Banjo-Uke, and is George Formby, a British music hall performer of the 30s & 40s. Formby was known to say "it's turned out nice again," which is the backwards message heard at the end of the song.
On 15 September 2007 a bronze statue of Formby was unveiled in his home town of Wigan, Lancashire, in the town's Grand Arcade Shopping Centre.
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