Ultimate 60s Beatles Quiz

Ultimate 60s Beatles Trivia Quiz

The Ultimate Beatles Quiz

Are you a true Beatles fan? See if you can answer these quiz questions.

Who was the inspiration for Dear Prudence?

Which Beatles single failed to top the UK charts?

Which was Beatles last public concert performance?

Take this Beatles trivia quiz with 10 questions by clicking below…

 

# 1: Which was the first album by The Beatles released in the United Kingdom?

Please Please Me was the Beatles first real studio album, released on Parlophone on March 22, 1963.

# 2: Which was the first Beatles single since Love Me Do in 1962 to fail to top the UK charts?

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Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever became the first Beatles single since Love Me Do in 1962 to fail to top the UK charts. Engelbert Humperdinck's Release Me was the single that kept Beatles from the top spot.

# 3: According to the song by the Beatles, living is easy with:

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The following lyrics are from Strawberry Fields Forever, recorded by the Beatles and released in February 1967 as a double A-side with Penny Lane:

Living is easy with eyes closed
Misunderstanding all you see
It's getting hard to be someone
But it all works out
It doesn't matter much to me

# 4: The Beatles’ song Dear Prudence was inspired by the sister of which actress?

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Dear Prudence was released as the second track on Beatles 1968 album, commonly known as The White Album. The song is inspired by Prudence Farrow, the sister of actress Mia Farrow.

# 5: According to the Beatles, Sweet Loretta Martin thought she was what?

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Sweet Loretta Martin appears in the Beatles song Get Back, released as a single on 11 April 1969 and credited to the Beatles with Billy Preston.

Sweet Loretta Martin thought she was a woman
But she was another man.

# 6: Which of the following albums by the Beatles was released first?

Rubber Soul was released in 1965.

Revolver was released in 1966, Sgt Pepper in 1967, and Abbey Road in 1969.

# 7: Who directed the Beatles film A Hard Day’s Night?

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A Hard Day's Night is a 1964 British film directed by Richard Lester. The film portrays several days in the lives of the Beatles. Lester is also known for his work on the Superman film series in the 1980s.

A Hard Day's Night stars John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Wilfrid Brambell plays the role as John McCartney, Paul McCartney's Grandfather. Pattie Boyd, Prudence Bury, and Phil Collins appear in uncredited roles.

# 8: Which song by the Beatles starts a Wednesday morning at five o’clock?

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She's Leaving Home appears on Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. First verse starts:

Wednesday morning at five o'clock as the day begins
Silently closing her bedroom door
Leaving the note that she hoped would say more

# 9: In March 1966, John Lennon is quoted in The Evening Standard as saying that the Beatles was now more popular than:

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In March 1966, John Lennon told Maureen Cleave for the London Evening Standard that Christianity was in decline and that the Beatles had become more popular than Jesus Christ. Not until the band was to begin their US Tour in August, five months later, extensive protests broke out in the Southern United States. Radio stations stopped playing Beatles songs, their records were publicly burned, press conferences were cancelled, and threats were made. The US tour in 1966 was the last the band undertook before becoming a studio-only band.

# 10: In what year did The Beatles give their last public performance?

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On January 30, 1969, the Beatles gave their last public performance on the roof of Apple Records, London. The concert is often referred to as the Rooftop Concert. During 42 minutes, the Beatles played nine takes of five songs before the police forced them to stop. The concert was later used in the film Let it Be.

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