The Beatles – The Beatles [White Album] (1968)

The Beatles is the ninth proper studio album by the The Beatles, released on November 22, 1968, on Apple Records. The album is alternately known as the “White Album” due to its nondescript white cover.

A1. “Back in the U.S.S.R.” (2:45)
A2. “Dear Prudence” (4:00)
A3. “Glass Onion” (2:10)
A4. “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” (3:10)
A5. “Wild Honey Pie” (1:02)
A6. “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill” (3:05)
A7. “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (4:46)
A8. “Happiness Is a Warm Gun” (2:47)
B1. “Martha My Dear” (2:28)
B2. “I’m So Tired” (2:01)
B3. “Blackbird” (2:20)
B4. “Piggies” (2:04)
B5. “Rocky Raccoon” (3:33)
B6. “Don’t Pass Me By” (3:52)
B7. “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?” (1:42)
B8. “I Will” (1:46)
B9. “Julia” (2:57)
C1. “Birthday” (2:40)
C2. “Yer Blues” (4:01)
C3. “Mother Nature’s Son” (2:46)
C4. “Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey” (2:25)
C5. “Sexy Sadie” (3:15)
C6. “Helter Skelter” (4:30)
C7. “Long, Long, Long” (3:08)
D1. “Revolution 1” (4:13)
D2. “Honey Pie” (2:42)
D3. “Savoy Truffle” (2:55)
D4. “Cry Baby Cry” (3:11)
D5. “Revolution 9” (8:15)
D6. “Good Night” (3:14)

1968 shortplayers:
A. “Hey Jude” (7:11) / B. “Revolution” (3:22)
A. “Lady Madonna” (2:17) / B. “The Inner Light” (2:36)

John Lennon — acoustic guitar, bass guitar, tape loops, lead guitar, backing vocals, maracas, organ, piano, tambourine, harmony vocals, voice, saxophone, harmonica, harmonium, rhythm guitar, songwriter, lead vocals
George Harrison — backing vocals, harmony vocals, voice, acoustic guitar, lead guitar, organ, bass guitar, tambourine, rhythm guitar, lead vocals, songwriter
Paul McCartney — lead guitar, piano, drums, backing vocals, bass guitar, flugelhorn, flute, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmony vocals, percussion, bongos, timpani, Hammond organ, songwriter, lead vocals
Ringo Starr — drums, songwriter, lead vocals, tambourine, piano, backing vocals, castanets, bongos, maracas

Yoko Ono — backing vocals, vocals, tapes, sound effects, lead vocals, handclaps
Pattie Boyd — backing vocals
Mal Evans — tambourine, trumpet
Eric Clapton — lead guitar
Chris Thomas — Mellotron, harpsichord, producer
George Martin — orchestration, producer, harmonium, piano

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