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By late 1965, the Beatles had grown weary of touring, and by the end of their [[The Beatles' 1966 US tour|1966 US tour]] they decided to retire from live performance.{{sfn|Lewisohn|1992|pp=210: The Beatles grew tired of touring, 230: The Beatles final commercial performance}} [[John Lennon]] commented: "We're fed up with making soft music for soft people, and we're fed up with playing for them too."{{sfn|Emerick|Massey|2006|p=132}} Upon their return to England, rumours began to circulate that the band had decided to break up.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=1}} They subsequently took an almost two-month vacation and individually became involved in their own interests. [[George Harrison]] travelled to India for six weeks to develop his [[sitar]] playing at the instruction of [[Ravi Shankar]].{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} In 1966, McCartney and producer George Martin collaborated on [[The Family Way (soundtrack)|a soundtrack]] for the film ''[[The Family Way]]''.{{sfn|Blaney|2007|p=8}}{{refn|group=nb|Martin used two McCartney themes to write thirteen variations for ''The Family Way'' soundtrack, which failed to chart, but won McCartney an [[Ivor Novello Awards|Ivor Novello Award]] for Best Instrumental Theme.{{sfn|Blaney|2007|p=8}} }} Also in 1966, Lennon acted in ''[[How I Won the War]]'', and he attended art showings, such as one at the [[Indica Gallery]] where he met his future wife [[Yoko Ono]]. [[Ringo Starr]] used the break to spend more time with his wife and first child.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} In November, during a return flight to London from Kenya, where he had been on holiday with tour manager [[Mal Evans]], McCartney had the creative idea that would first become a song, and would eventually inspire the ''Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band'' concept.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} McCartney commented: "We did try performing some songs off [''[[Revolver (The Beatles album)|Revolver]]''], but there were so many complicated overdubs we can't do them justice. Now we can record anything we want, and it won't matter. And what we want is to raise the bar a notch, to make our best album ever."{{sfn|Emerick|Massey|2006|p=132}}
 
By late 1965, the Beatles had grown weary of touring, and by the end of their [[The Beatles' 1966 US tour|1966 US tour]] they decided to retire from live performance.{{sfn|Lewisohn|1992|pp=210: The Beatles grew tired of touring, 230: The Beatles final commercial performance}} [[John Lennon]] commented: "We're fed up with making soft music for soft people, and we're fed up with playing for them too."{{sfn|Emerick|Massey|2006|p=132}} Upon their return to England, rumours began to circulate that the band had decided to break up.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=1}} They subsequently took an almost two-month vacation and individually became involved in their own interests. [[George Harrison]] travelled to India for six weeks to develop his [[sitar]] playing at the instruction of [[Ravi Shankar]].{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} In 1966, McCartney and producer George Martin collaborated on [[The Family Way (soundtrack)|a soundtrack]] for the film ''[[The Family Way]]''.{{sfn|Blaney|2007|p=8}}{{refn|group=nb|Martin used two McCartney themes to write thirteen variations for ''The Family Way'' soundtrack, which failed to chart, but won McCartney an [[Ivor Novello Awards|Ivor Novello Award]] for Best Instrumental Theme.{{sfn|Blaney|2007|p=8}} }} Also in 1966, Lennon acted in ''[[How I Won the War]]'', and he attended art showings, such as one at the [[Indica Gallery]] where he met his future wife [[Yoko Ono]]. [[Ringo Starr]] used the break to spend more time with his wife and first child.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} In November, during a return flight to London from Kenya, where he had been on holiday with tour manager [[Mal Evans]], McCartney had the creative idea that would first become a song, and would eventually inspire the ''Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band'' concept.{{sfn|Julien|2008|p=2}} McCartney commented: "We did try performing some songs off [''[[Revolver (The Beatles album)|Revolver]]''], but there were so many complicated overdubs we can't do them justice. Now we can record anything we want, and it won't matter. And what we want is to raise the bar a notch, to make our best album ever."{{sfn|Emerick|Massey|2006|p=132}}
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in 19983 they ate cheese :D
   
 
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