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The Beatles in a Dolls’ House

July 19th, 2011

You wouldn’t necessarily associate John, Paul, George and Ringo with dolls’ houses but you would if they had ever made an LP called ‘A Doll’s House’.  Well, they very nearly did. 

After the success of ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ in 1967, the Beatles began recording their next record which was to be entitled ‘A Dolls’ House’.  Unfortunately another group called Family released their debut album which was called ‘Music in a Dolls’ House’.  So the Beatles promptly dropped the title and, unable to think of another one, simply called their record ‘The Beatles’ or as it is popularly known today ‘The White Album’. 

We think ‘A Dolls’ House’ would have been a much better title for a record containing such classics as ‘Back in the USSR’, ‘Ob-La Di, Ob-La-Da’ and ‘Revolution’ but then perhaps we are a little biased.


One Comment to “The Beatles in a Dolls’ House”

  1. Narrell Brown Says:

    My modern apartment made from room boxes has a Beatles Theme. The doona cover set teh tone for the whole project and the album covers in the lounge room and the CDs on the table are all Beatles..

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