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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 2:40 pm 
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[quote author=Mr. Confusion link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=75#87 date=07/16/03 at 17:37:13]<br><br>That doesn't make me a bad person, does it? <br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Course it don't !!   ;)


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 5:47 pm 
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When I'm in the mood for a good healthy dose of smartly crafted hook-laden pop music, I frequently turn to the Beatles for catchymelodic gratification.  My faves are Magical Mystery Tour, Sgt. Peppers, The White Person Album, and Abbey Road ( a cutout MMT was one of the firstest albums I ever ownded). Strawberry Fields Forever with a BULLET! <br><br>Oh ye doubters, please listen to Paperback Writer, Penny Lane, or We Can Work It Out and try not to hum along. Go ahead. I dare you.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 5:51 pm 
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The progrssion to "Something" is genius!<br>                                      

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 6:08 pm 
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My older brothers were Beatles fans, so I don't know a world without The Beatles' music. I've listened to them my entire life.<br>I have favorites from their early, middle, and late periods.<br>No deep analysis here; I've just always thought they sound good. <br>Quite a number of Beatles songs fall right into my voice range, so I've made solo arrangements of TONS of songs by them. When I strip their stuff down to one guitar and voice, the songs still hold up. If I want to do duo or full band versions, that works out great, too. Great music.

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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2003 5:47 am 
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Thanks Lumpy! That tape loop info is very interesting. I'll have to check that book out.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2003 8:04 am 
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[quote author=Arkay link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=90#98 date=07/17/03 at 10:45:05]... http://www.girlyshoes.com/Rant_2.html<br>[/quote]<br><br>LOL -  move over Dennis Miller!<br> ;D<br><br>The whole site is pretty damn funny...

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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
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My favourite Beatle has always been George.<br> Of all the post-beatle solo stuff, I prefer mostly his.<br><br>This has got to be the collection of the best songs ever:<br><br>Image<br><br>I still remember the moment I heard that George Harrison had died. After that I had a real emotional moment while listening to "Here Comes the Sun".

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[quote author=jaypfunk link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=60#66 date=07/15/03 at 17:20:08]<br><br> "The Beatles Fucking Suck Big Horse Dick man!!!!" ;D ;)[/quote]<br><br>So what are yer saying...you like 'em or not ?<br><br>


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2003 9:27 am 
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[quote author=jaypfunk link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=90#103 date=07/17/03 at 12:15:21]<br><br>Uh... that would be a big fucking fat NO, Bob![/quote]<br><br>Well I'm glad you've cleared that one up. I was a bit confused as to whether "The Beatles suck horses cock"(or whatever you put) meant you thought they were ok. Now I know you don't like 'em.<br>


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2003 10:03 am 
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[quote author=Mr. Confusion link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=75#82 date=07/16/03 at 16:05:42]<br>Oh, and my parents hate the Beatles as well. Dad's a country music fan and my Mom doesn't really care for music much accept for maybe Celine Dion. I remember asking them about them once and they said collectively, "The Beatles? Whoopee Shit!" I'm dead serious about that.[/quote]<br><br>This reminded me of a story (thats got nothing to do with the Beatles, BTW). When Sheik Yerbouti first came out I was living at home and was playing it constantly. So this one time, I'm in my bedroom and popped it on and cranked up the volume louder than usual. Towards the end of "Flakes", I happened to open my door for some reason and there were my parents standing outside my door and laughing their asses off. They said they had been listening since "I Have Been In You" and were now cracking up at the "I'm a moron" section of Flakes, and at Adrian's Dylan imitation.  I'll never forget that. One of my very very few parent/son Zappa moments. <br><br>Despite this however, I still made sure I lowered the volume during "Broken Hearts Are For Assholes"...that definitely woulda been crossing the line.<br><br>

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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2003 10:32 am 
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[quote author=Arkay link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=105#107 date=07/17/03 at 13:17:41]<br><br>I crossed that line once.  I was about 17 and one of my sisters had freinds over so I thought I'd crank the tunes and stay in my room.  I didn't notice my Dad come home as I went to the kitchen for a snack.  Just then the "ram it" portion kicked in.  He rolled his eyes and gave me a few words along the lines of "your Mother better not hear any of that!" type stuff![/quote]<br><br>Hey, one time I was hanging out in my back yard having a few beers with one of my best buddies and when the "ram it" part of the song came on he turned to me and asked me to lower the volume. I looked at him curiously and said, "Why? No one can hear it." He shot a dirty look back at me and said, "I can hear it!"<br><br>Oh, the pain and loneliness of being a Zappa freak...thats why we gotta stick together...<br><br>(Sorry to go off subject again)<br>

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[quote author=jaypfunk link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=105#105 date=07/17/03 at 12:40:36]<br><br>Glad to be of service "Small Dick"[/quote]<br><br>The pleasure was all mine, thanks again "Jay-lo"


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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
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Allegedly "Let It Be" is being de-Spectorized and will be re-released. It'll be interesting to hear it "stripped down"...

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[quote author=MentalTossFlycoon link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=105#111 date=07/17/03 at 14:40:45]They should've just taken that album (as well as the movie) and thrown both of them in the trash. [/quote]<br> :o<br>I've never seen the movie, but ya didn't like anything off of that album?

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 Post subject: Re: The Beatles
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[quote author=LumpyGravy link=board=general;num=1058088291;start=105#114 date=07/17/03 at 14:58:17]<br>Just a small trivial fact: The last recording the Beatles did together was "I me mine", a George Harrison song, which was included on Let It Be. John Lennon wasn't on it, though. He had already quit...<br>[/quote]<br><br>From what I read on the Anthology 3 booklet, John was just on vacation. This was the last thing the Beatles actually recorded (on January 3, 1970) , although they didn't finish working on "Let It Be" until that April. They acutlaly recorded that song after "Abbey Road" was done. The original version is only around 1:30, although the one on the actual album is around 2:20.

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