March of the Meanies
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|"March of the Meanies"|
|Song by George Martin|
|from the album Yellow Submarine|
|Recorded||22–23 October 1968|
"March of the Meanies" is an instrumental orchestral piece conducted and composed by the Beatles' producer George Martin for the Yellow Submarine film and was the fifth track on the orchestral second side of the film's soundtrack album by the Beatles, released in 1969. The song was recorded by a 41-piece orchestra at Abbey Road Studios on 22–23 October 1968. The melody is built on an insistent rhythm, driven initially by a marimba, over which strings and brass are given strident melodic passages.
- "March of the Meanies | The Beatles Bible". www.beatlesbible.com. Retrieved 2 October 2015.
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