In this piece of text that talks about the clavioline, it states that John Lennon used a clavioline on "Baby, You're a Rich Man". "The Clavioline played a range of sounds or tone colours to approximate various orchestral instruments such as bowed strings, brass and woodwinds as well as plectrum and percussive instruments. However, it was its unique sound that gave a distinctive feature to several compositions by top performers such as Del Shannon on his 1961 hit "Runaway" (which used a modified Clavioline), The Tornadoes on "Telstar" in 1963 and later by John Lennon in June 1967 when recording "Baby, You're A Rich Man", with The Beatles."more
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