Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Who sang more lead vocals in the Beatles?
Turns out John Lennon led the pack, having sung lead on 109 Beatles tunes. Paul McCartney was a very close 2nd with 98. But while Lennon dominated the early Beatles albums (songs like “Please Please Me”), McCartney tended to sing more leads on the band’s later recordings.
Who wrote the Beatles song Norwegian Wood?
“Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)” (also known as simply “Norwegian Wood”) is a song by the Beatles, first released on the 1965 album Rubber Soul. John Lennon was the primary writer, and finished writing the words and middle eight with Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon-McCartney).
Who was the woman in Norwegian wood?
Lindy relates that he “looked at it and said, ‘What’s this, Norwegian wood? ‘” Lindy and George’s girlfriend at the time, Marie Guirron, remembered this odd phrase that John had used and, when the ‘Rubber Soul’ album was released three years later, Marie was certain that John had Lindy in mind.
Who sang backing vocals on come together?
Weller performed the lead vocal duties, with McCartney and Gallagher providing backing vocals, harmonies and bass and guitar. Their rendition reached No. 19 on the UK Singles Chart in December 1995.