Keno's Weekly Beatles Poll

POLL RESULTS
Week: 295
Date: 11/7/2016
Question: What was the best brass played in a Beatles song?
Your Vote Option Votes Percent
  Penny Lane - David Mason piccolo trumpet; L. Calvert/F. Clayton/B. Courtley/D. Campbell trumpets, flugelhorn
201 29.2%
  Got To Get You Into My Life - Eddie Thornton, Ian Hamer, Les Condon on the trumpets
94 13.6%
  For No One - Alan Civil French horn
90 13.1%
  A Day In The Life - A Civil/N Sanders french horn, D Mason/M Montgomery/H Jackson trumpet, R Brown/R Premru/T Moore trombone/M Barnes tuba
87 12.6%
  All You Need Is Love - David Mason piccolo trumpet, Uncredited session musicians on other brass
40 5.8%
  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Neill Sanders, James W. Buck, Tony Randell, John Burden French horns
38 5.5%
  Mother Nature's Son - Uncredited session musicians on brass
25 3.6%
  Magical Mystery Tour - David Mason, Elgar Howarth, Roy Copestake, John Wilbraham trumpets
22 3.2%
  Strawberry Fields Forever - Tony Fisher, Greg Bowen, Derek Watkins, Stanley Roderick trumpets
21 3%
  Martha My Dear - L Calvert trumpet, flugelhorn, S Reynolds/R Hughes - trumpet, T Tunstall French horn, T Barker trombone, A Reece tuba
20 2.9%
  Helter Skelter - Mal Evans trumpet, John Lennon - brass
13 1.9%
  Carry That Weight - Uncredited - three trumpets, trombone, bass trombone
12 1.7%
  Good Morning, Good Morning - John Lee on trombone, Unknown musician on french horn
7 1%
  The Long and Winding Road - Uncredited orchestral musicians on 3 trumpets and 3 trombones
7 1%
  I Am The Walrus - Uncredited session musicians on brass
6 0.9%
  It's All Too Much - David Mason and three uncredited musicians on trumpets
6 0.9%
Totals: 689 100%

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