An interpretation of the The Beatles "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" from their 1968 double vinyl album "The Beatles"

This song is about Bill Shepherd who from the 1940's on was the British impresario of American music Shepherd recorded a lot of cowboy songs from the American west like "Streets of Laredo" a traditional American song It's Shepherd that the Beatles refer to in the opening line of the song Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band 20 years ago today dated from the album's dates to the time Shehperd recorded such American traditionals Shepherd remained a strong influence in music being the driving force behind the Bee Gee's all throughout the 1970's