Keno's Weekly Beatles Poll

Week: 294
Date: 10/31/2016
Question: What was the best woodwind played in a Beatles song?
Your Vote Option Votes Percent
  You've Got to Hide Your Love Away - Flutes played by John Scott
96 13.2%
  Got To Get You Into My Life - Tenor saxophone played by Alan Branscombe and Peter Coe
94 12.9%
  Baby, You're a Rich Man - Brian Jones plays the oboe
91 12.5%
  Penny Lane - R. Swinfield/P. Goody, M. Winters flutes, D. Morgan, M. Winfield oboes/cor anglais
90 12.4%
  Lady Madonna - Ronnie Scott tenor saxophone (main), Bill Povey, Harry Kleinl Bill Jackman on saxophones
74 10.2%
  You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) - Alto saxophone played by Brian Jones
71 9.8%
  A Day in the Life - R Lord oboe, B Tschaikov/J Brymer/clarinet, N Fawcett/A Waters bassoon, C Seville/D Sandeman flutes
66 9.1%
  I Am the Walrus - Uncredited Session musicians on woodwinds
50 6.9%
  All You Need Is Love - Uncredited session musicians on the windwoods
49 6.7%
  Savoy Truffle - Art Ellefson, Danny Moss, Derek Collins, Ronnie Ross, Harry Klein, Bernard George saxophones
17 2.3%
  Good Morning Good Morning - Barrie Cameron, David Glyde and Alan Holmes on the saxophones
11 1.5%
  Glass Onion - Paul McCartney plays the recorder
10 1.4%
  It's All Too Much - Paul Harvey plays the bass clarinet
5 0.7%
  Good Night - Uncredited session musicians plays the 3 flutes and Clarinet
4 0.5%
Totals: 728 100%

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