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Quiz about The Beatles Album Match
Quiz about The Beatles Album Match

The Beatles Album Match Trivia Quiz

You may well recognise all these songs by the Fab Four, but do you know on which studio albums they originally appeared?

A matching quiz by Dizart. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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4 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
Last 3 plays: Guest 216 (5/10), Guest 86 (10/10), DeepHistory (10/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Here Comes the Sun  
  The Beatles (White Album)
2. Back in the U.S.S.R.  
3. Norwegian Wood  
4. Eleanor Rigby  
  Rubber Soul
5. Eight Days a Week  
  Please Please Me
6. Do You Want to Know a Secret  
  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
7. The Long and Winding Road  
  Abbey Road
8. Yesterday  
  Let It Be
9. All My Loving  
  With the Beatles
10. A Day in the Life  
  Beatles for Sale

Select each answer

1. Here Comes the Sun
2. Back in the U.S.S.R.
3. Norwegian Wood
4. Eleanor Rigby
5. Eight Days a Week
6. Do You Want to Know a Secret
7. The Long and Winding Road
8. Yesterday
9. All My Loving
10. A Day in the Life

Most Recent Scores
Apr 10 2024 : Guest 216: 5/10
Mar 28 2024 : Guest 86: 10/10
Mar 26 2024 : DeepHistory: 10/10
Mar 25 2024 : Guest 24: 10/10
Mar 18 2024 : Guest 159: 4/10
Mar 18 2024 : Guest 149: 10/10
Mar 13 2024 : cleeclope: 8/10
Mar 03 2024 : Guest 100: 10/10
Mar 03 2024 : Guest 87: 8/10

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Here Comes the Sun

Answer: Abbey Road

"Abbey Road" was the last album recorded by The Beatles, although it was released before "Let It Be", topping the charts in numerous countries around the world in 1969. Apart from the music, the album is also famous for its iconic sleeve, showing the band members walking across a zebra crossing outside the Abbey Road studios in London. Paul McCartney is barefoot in the photograph, which triggered rumours at the time that he was actually dead! "Here Comes the Sun" was written by George Harrison, who also supplied lead vocals on the track. John Lennon does not feature on this song, which wasn't released as a single.
2. Back in the U.S.S.R.

Answer: The Beatles (White Album)

"The Beatles" is often referred to as "the White Album" due to its all white sleeve with the band's name embossed on it. The band's only studio double-album, it was released in 1968 and topped the charts in the UK, USA, and many other countries. "Back in the U.S.S.R." was the opening track on the album, with Ringo Starr absent from the drum stool. Paul McCartney, who wrote the track, finally got to play it live in Moscow in 2003.
3. Norwegian Wood

Answer: Rubber Soul

The Beatles' sixth studio album, "Rubber Soul" topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic in 1965. All of the tracks are band-penned, with John Lennon and Paul McCartney writing "Norwegian Wood". Lennon provided the lead vocals, with George Harrison, inspired by Ravi Shankar, playing a sitar.
4. Eleanor Rigby

Answer: Revolver

Released in 1966, "Revolver" topped the charts in both the UK and USA. The album's sleeve was designed by Klaus Voormannn, and consists of line drawings of the band members. "Eleanor Rigby" was released as a double-A side single along with "Yellow Submarine", and topped the UK chart. Paul McCartney provided lead vocals on "Eleanor Rigby" and claimed the name of the person in the song was purely fictional, despite their being a gravestone in a Liverpool churchyard with that name upon it.
5. Eight Days a Week

Answer: Beatles for Sale

Released in December 1964, "Beatles for Sale" was the band's fourth studio album. The album topped the UK charts and contains a number of cover songs by artists such as Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins. "Eight Days a Week" was a Lennon & McCartney composition, with Lennon providing lead vocals. It was released as single in the USA in 1965 where it topped the Billboard chart.
6. Do You Want to Know a Secret

Answer: Please Please Me

"Please Please Me" was the band's debut studio album. Released in 1963, it topped the UK chart. The album contains a mixture of Lennon-McCartney compositions and cover songs. The album's cover shows the band looking down a stairwell in the EMI building in London. "Do You Want to Know a Secret" was a band-penned song, with George Harrison supplying lead vocals.

It was released as a single in the USA in 1964, making number two on the Billboard chart.
7. The Long and Winding Road

Answer: Let It Be

"Let it Be" was the last studio album ever released by The Beatles. The band had already split when it was released in May, 1970. It topped the album charts in both the UK and USA. "The Long and Winding road" was recorded early in 1969, with Paul McCartney providing lead vocals. It was released as a single in the USA, where it topped the Billboard chart.
8. Yesterday

Answer: Help!

Released in 1965, "Help!" was the soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The sleeve shows the band members with their arms outstretched in semaphore fashion - the semaphore letters were originally supposed to spell out the letters of "HELP", but in fact actually read as "NUJV". "Yesterday", although credited as a group composition, is virtually a Paul McCartney solo song, with string quartet backing provided by session musicians.

The song is one of the most-covered in popular music history.
9. All My Loving

Answer: With the Beatles

Released late in 1963, "With the Beatles" was the band's second album. It stayed on top of the UK album chart for 21 weeks. "All My Loving", with lead vocals by Paul McCartney, was released as a single in Canada only, although there were enough imports into the USA for it to crack the Billboard top 50.
10. A Day in the Life

Answer: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" was released during the "Summer of Love" of 1967, and topped the charts in numerous countries around the world. The iconic sleeve of the album features a collage of famous people including Marilyn Monroe, Edgar Allan Poe and Karl Marx. "A Day in the Life" was written by Lennon and McCartney, with stories from newspaper articles of the day forming much of the lyrical content.

The song was banned by the BBC for a while due to apparent drugs references.
Source: Author Dizart

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