Album facts: No One's Gonna Change Our World
On December 12th 1969, comedian Spike Milligan released No One's Gonna Change Our World, a charity compilation album for the World Wildlife Fund. The album features songs by Milligan and various artists; most notable for Beatles' fans however, is the inclusion of John Lennon's Across the Universe.
This was the first release of Across the Universe, which later appeared on The Beatles' Let It Be album in 1970. The version included on the WWF record features wildlife sound effects at the beginning and end of the track, and was later released on Past Masters.
- The Beatles – "Across the Universe"
- Cilla Black – "What the World Needs Now Is Love"
- Rolf Harris – "Cuddly Old Koala"
- The Hollies – "Wings"
- Spike Milligan – "Ning Nang Nong"
- Spike Milligan – "The Python"
- Bee Gees – "Marley Purt Drive"
- Lulu – "I'm a Tiger"
- Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich – "Bend It"
- Cliff Richard – "In the Country"
- Bruce Forsyth – "When I See an Elephant Fly"
- Harry Secombe – "Land of My Fathers"