2230 You Always Hurt The One You Love – Ringo Starr (1970)

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Ringo Starr.

This song was written by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher in 1944. It was first recorded by The Mills Brothers. Ringo Starr recorded his version of the song in 1970. It was recorded at De Lane Lea Studios in London and was produced by George Martin. Ringo Starr’s version was arranged by John Dankworth and Ringo Starr was backed by the George Martin Orchestra. The song was released in 1970 on Ringo Starr’s album Sentimental Journey.

2223 Whispering Grass (Don’t Tell The Trees) – Ringo Starr (1970)

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Ringo Starr. 

This song was written by Fred and Doris Fisher and was recorded by The Ink Spots in 1940. Ringo Starr recorded his version of the song in 1970. It was recorded at Morgan Sound Studios in London. Ringo Starr was backed by the George Martin Orchestra. Ringo Starr’s version was arranged by Ron Goodwin and produced by George Martin. It was released on Ringo Starr’s album Sentimental Journey in 1970.

1976 Yellow Submarine In Pepperland – George Martin (1969)

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The Beatles.

Yellow Submarine In Pepperland was written by George Martin. The instrumental piece used the tune of Yellow Submarine written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in 1966. Yellow Submarine In Pepperland was recorded by George Martin And His Orchestra in 1968. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin, John Burgess and Ron Richards. It was used in The Beatles’ 1968 movie Yellow Submarine. It was released on The Beatles’ 1969 soundtrack album Yellow Submarine.

1975 Pepperland Laid Waste – George Martin (1969)

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George Martin.

This instrumental piece was written by George Martin and it was recorded by George Martin And His Orchestra in 1968. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin, John Burgess and Ron Richards. It was used in The Beatles’ 1968 movie Yellow Submarine. It was released on the 1969 soundtrack album Yellow Submarine.

1974 March Of The Meanies – George Martin (1969)

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Maureen Starkey and Ringo Starr with a copy of Yellow Submarine.

This instrumental piece was written by George Martin. It was recorded by George Martin And His Orchestra in 1968. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin, John Burgess and Ron Richards. It was used in The Beatles’ 1968 movie Yellow Submarine. It was released on The Beatles’ 1969 soundtrack album Yellow Submarine.

1973 Sea Of Monsters – George Martin (1969)

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Yellow Submarine movie poster.

Sea Of Monsters was written by George Martin. It was recorded by George Martin And His Orchestra in 1968. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin, John Burgess and Ron Richards. The song was used in The Beatles’ 1968 movie Yellow Submarine. It was released on the 1969 soundtrack album Yellow Submarine.

1972 Sea Of Holes – George Martin (1969)

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American LP.

Sea Of Holes was written by George Martin. It was recorded by George Martin And His Orchestra in 1968. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin, John Burgess and Ron Richards. The song was used in The Beatles’ 1968 movie Yellow Submarine and was released on the 1969 soundtrack album Yellow Submarine. On the American version of the album it was part of a medley with Sea Of Time.

Now Hear This: Medley: Sea Of Time & Sea Of Holes – George Martin (1969)