I Am The Walrus - The Pedicabs

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The Ukulele version of I Am The Walrus which begins at the end features the mysterious and enigmatic Pedicabs.

Some say they are renegade corporate-robber barons, some say they are degenerate night club impresarios.

All we know is they occasionally show up at The Abattoir Of Good Taste plug in their instruments and channel a sound from a far off time and place.


ABOUT THE ARTIST

One day the crowd being one Robert, one Hank, several Brians and a Tyler, too, were sitting around the haüsfrau when an unruly man came down on a smoldering muffin — which didn’t help at all. But they painlessly dusted themselves awful and then, looking east (there was such a thing back then) the muffin shouted: "Henceforth you shall be the Newspaper Taxis, with an X and two P’s, I think."

Of course, this caused great excrement amongst the four, who hastily ordered a fifth — and almost missed it all.

Insipid, they said "bestbuy" to the charred muffin, picked up their instruments and struck a mighty "E" chord . . . until it struck back.

So they tried "Walrus" instead, until it was Finnish. And now they all have lucky faces, even today they do, and we hope you will, too, at

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from Magical Mystery Tour, released August 14, 2012
Ukulele Version#038 recorded May, 2012

Tyler Land - Vocal
Robert Brandow - Drums
Bass & Ukulele and ridiculous voices – Sgt. Hank Semolina
Ukulele & child impressions Aardvark Kiss
David Barratt - Ukulele and everything else

Produced by David Barratt at The Abattoir Of Good Taste

More info at:
thebeatlescompleteonukulele.com/2009/10/038-i-am-the-walrus/

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Every Tuesday from January 20, 2009 until July 31, 2012 The Beatles Complete On Ukulele released a new recording of a Beatles song* featuring a ukulele sung by a different artist.

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