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Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Is the Beatles." As Mc Cartney put it, the album was "just us doing a good show."The show goes on forever.
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"It liberated you – you could do anything when you got to the mic or on your guitar, because it wasn't you."Only two songs on the final LP, both Mc Cartney's, had anything to do with the Pepper characters: the title track and Starr's jaunty vocal showcase, "With a Little Help From My Friends," introduced as a number by 's star crooner, Billy Shears.
"Every other song could have been on any other album," Lennon insisted later.
The diva who shot to fame at a very young age with 'Baby One More Time' turns 33 today (December 2nd, 2014).