Yellow Submarine is a song from the album Revolver. It also appeared on the Beatles movie Yellow Submarine (film). It was written by Paul McCartney and sung by Ringo Starr (who, it would seem, sang most of the "whimsical" songs written by the Beatles). Although Paul McCartney said that the song was merely a light-hearted children's song, this song was composed when The Beatles were addicted to drugs.
- Ringo Starr – drums, lead vocal
- Paul McCartney – shouting, bass guitar, backing vocal
- John Lennon – shouting, acoustic guitar, backing vocal
- George Harrison – tambourine, backing vocal
- Mal Evans – bass drum, backing vocal
- George Martin – producer, backing vocal
- Geoff Emerick – engineer, backing vocal
- Neil Aspinall – backing vocal
- Alf Bicknell – sound effects (rattling chains)
- Pattie Harrison – backing vocal
- Marianne Faithfull – backing vocal
- Brian Jones – sound effects (clinking glasses), backing vocal
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