|The Rutles - Front Cover||The Rutles - Rear Cover|
|The Rutles - Inside Gatefold + Page 1|
|The Rutles - Pages 4 & 5 of the Booklet|
|The Rutles - Pages 8 & 9 of the Booklet|
|The Rutles - Pages 14 & 15 of the Booklet|
|The Rutles - Inner Sleeve|
|The Beatles Contribution:||Inspiration|
|Catalogue No.||K 56459
K4 56459 (cassette)
|Release date||7th April 1978|
|U.K. Album Chart Detail :||
The Rutles story is a legend. A living legend.
The Beatles spoof documentary "All You Need Is Cash" is shown on BBC2 on Easter Monday, 27th March 1978. This terrific collection of Beatle-esque songs is released just over a week later. It is said that a copy of the film and the finished album were sent to John at the Dakota for his approval. John was so-o-o impressed that he refused to return the either of them to Neil Innes !
A terrific quality package which, to be honest, puts a lot of Beatle packaging to shame !
To promote the album a single was issued from it, see I Must Be In Love
The run-out groove on both sides has the name "ALLEN" etched, which is clearly a reference to "PORKY".
18 years later saw a follow-up album Archaeology
|Hold My Hand||Innes||2:31|
|With A Girl Like You||Innes||1:50|
|I Must Be In Love||Innes||2:04|
|Living In Hope||Innes||2:37|
|Good Times Roll||Innes||3:03|
|Cheese And Onions||Innes||2:37|
|Piggy In The Middle||Innes||4:07|
|Let's Be Natural||Innes||3:23|