The Beatles, Vol. 4

Beatles Volume 4 Setlist

WHAT GOES ON 
Danny 
GIRL 
MSpee
I'M LOOKING THROUGH YOU 
CNev/Frisbie 
IN MY LIFE 
CNev/CMo 
WAIT 
MSpee/CNev 
IF I NEEDED SOMEONE 
Frisbie 
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE 
CNev 
DAY TRIPPER 
MSpee/CNev 
WE CAN WORK IT OUT 
MSpee/Frisbie, Harmonium
PAPERBACK WRITER 
CNev/MSpee 
RAIN 
CMo 
TAXMAN 
MSpee/CNev 
ELEANOR RIGBY 
CNev, Strings
I'M ONLY SLEEPING 
CMo 
LOVE YOU TO 
MSpee/JP, Sitar, Tabla
HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE 
MSpee/CNev 
YELLOW SUBMARINE 
Danny
SHE SAID, SHE SAID
MSpee/CMo 
GOOD DAY SUNSHINE 
CNev 
AND YOUR BIRD CAN SING
MSpee 
FOR NO ONE 
MSpee, French Horn
DOCTOR ROBERT 
Frisbie
I WANT TO TELL YOU 
CNev/MSpee 
GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE 
CNev/Frisbie, Horn Section
TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS 
MSpee/CMo 
ENCORE = Cissy Strut
(Nevilles/Meters)

Guests this show :

Steve Frisbie - Vox, Gtr 
Kalyan Pathak - Percussion
Phil Angotti - Gtr/Vox 
Mike Cichowicz - Trumpet
Chuck Parrish - Trumpet 
Ed Enright - Bari Sax, Vox
Nic Meyer - Sax
Dominic Johnson - Violin
Jen Lowe - Violin 
Ben Wedge - Viola
Erica Lessie - Cello
Mark - French Horn

The Beatles, Vol 4 - at Fitzgerald's - This Friday

The Beatles Volume 4 shows at Martyrs' at the beginning of the month were fantastic, and we know many of you were unable to get in to the shows, so we have added another show this Friday night at Fitzgerald's in Berwyn (6615 Roosevelt Road). Tickets have been selling quickly, so be sure to get yours as soon as you can if you don't want to miss your chance at the last Volume 4 show!

Last December we left you hanging in our ridiculous quest to play everything the Beatles ever recorded in order by stopping in the middle of Rubber Soul.....well it's time to pick it up where we left off. This June we continue on through 1965 and finish Rubber Soul off, so a few singles also from that year, and move into 1966 for what many regard as their greatest album - Revolver.

This record was an unparalleled musical achievement - it heralded the beginning of the psychedelic era, and was much more electric than Rubber Soul. It was a clear defined line in the Beatles development, and marked another paradigm shift that they introduced into pop music in general. Things are starting to get little trickier as we progress, so there will be more interesting musical ensembles and instruments appearing here, and the band continues to grow slightly as we head towards the instrumental excess that the boys achieved in 1967.

Roll Up!



Tributosaurus Becomes THE BEATLES, VOL 4
Friday, June 17th - 9 PM - $15 advance, $20 at the door
at Fitzgerald's - 6615 W. Roosevelt Road, Berwyn
Tickets Available Online : Fitzgeraldsnightclub.com

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