The Beatles

(3/-1) It's where you'll find "a barber showing photographs", "a banker with a motorcar", and a "fireman with an hourglass".1410
(6/-2) In "Let It Be", this is the name of the mother who provides the title "words of wisdom".1410
(9/-3) I tell you something, the Beatles topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for the first time on Feb. 1, 1964 with this song.1410
(12/-4) Paul McCartney said that Martin Amis may have been the inspiration for this song, released as a single with "Rain" on the B-side.1302
(15/-5) The only musician not in the Fab Four to be credited on a Beatles recording was this pianist who played keyboard on "Get Back".1203

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