The Beatles Song Of The Day: “Wild Honey Pie”

The Beatles Song Of The Day is “Wild Honey Pie” from The Beatles “The Beatles” album. Written by Paul McCartney it was a spontaneous sing along at the Mararishi’s camp in India. “The White Album” had 30 songs on it, a double album. A favourite game of Beatles fans over the years is- what songs would you pick to be on the album if it were not a double album. “Wild Honey Pie” would surely not be anyone’s pick, I don’t think. Reportedly they put it on the album because George Harrison’s wife Patti really liked it.  Paul McCartney: vocals, acoustic guitars and drums. The song was recorded at Abbey Road on November 22,1968. Producer: George Martin.

Rating “Wild Honey Pie” on a scale of 1 to 5 stars *

  • “Wild Honey Pie” did not make Rolling Stone Magazine’s “The Beatles 100 Greatest Songs” list or Spignesi and Lewis’ “100 Best Beatles Songs’ lists.
  • The song was never released as a single. It’s very questionable to me why this was ever released period.
  • Length of song: 0:52.

Wild Honey Pie {Lennon-McCartney}

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