I thought this would be a good song to post on a Friday. I don't know about you, but I'm ready for the weekend! "Savoy Truffle" was written by George Harrison and appeared on The Beatles' White Album. Harrison wrote the song as a tribute to his friend Eric Clapton's chocolate addiction, and he derived the title and many of the lyrics from a box of Mackintosh Good News chocolates.
Six saxophonists (three baritone and three tenor) were brought in and were reportedly displeased when George Harrison decided to distort them. The Beatles recorded "Savoy Truffle" on October 3, 1968 which makes it forty-one years old!...it doesn't seem possible.
The Beatles "Savoy Truffle"