Jeff, I’ll have to dig out my HITSVILLE CD and play some of those great soul songs, too!
I had every one of them on 45 singles, also on Motown collections and I have the Hitsville collection. 2013 was an incredible year for us with performances at the O2, Wembley Stadium and the Royal Albert Hall. Desktop users: right click on the image and choose "save image as" or "set as desktop background". The Beatles: certainly the dominant force in music for the second half of the twentieth century - as ever, in my opinionated opinion. With the Beatles - released in the US as Meet the Beatles, with significant playlist changes - confirms that emergence.
That suspicion is confirmed with A Hard Days Night, comprised entirely of originals built around the movie. And just when we all thought they were at the apex of their creativity, with nowhere left to go, there is Revolver. Otherworldly, with what sounds like flocks of birds and a small army of tom toms, the four, George Martin and Geoff Emerick invert and reinvent the recording process (John discovered a€?backwardsa€™ during Ia€™m Only Sleeping, and wanted to record the entire album that way. Magical Mystery Tour, from their first-time film production but third movie, is the first crack in the invincible armor, allowing critics the opportunity to snipe.
The Beatles (commonly known as the White Album) is brilliant: four massively talented musicians coming into their own, pointed in four very personal directions.
Eventually I put the second record on my turntable: Birthday, Yer Blues, Mother Naturea€™s Son, Everybodya€™s Got Something to Hide (except for me and my monkey), Sexy Sadie (originally titled Maharishi), Helter Skelter, and Long Long Long.
Opening with a rehearsal of Get Back, they proceed with Dona€™t Let Me Down, Ia€™ve Got a Feeling, One After 909, I Dig a Pony, and then close with Get Back.
And then - because they are the Beatles - after twenty seconds of silence, McCartneya€™s bizarrely edited, irreverent snippet Her Majesty. No one dreamed theya€™d ever record again, after the acrimony of Let it Be, but everyone rose to the occasion when they asked George Martin to produce once more on Abbey Road (originally titled Everest). We are proud to be able to take part in lots of local events and help to raise money for charities in our community including The Martlets and The Starr Trust. I've had opportunities I would never have thought possible and although I have felt extremely nervous at times, I have thoroughly enjoyed every performance.' Julie - Brighton Rock Choir.


I can't express how it has helped me 'find myself' again, giving me confidence in myself again and a huge amount of pleasure each week. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.
Beginning with the LP Please Please Me - their first effort, recorded in one mammoth twelve hour session and culminating in an astounding second-take vocal from John Lennon on Twist and Shout - each successive release is a quantumA  pole-vault in songwriting, performance and technology. The covers are mind boggling: Johna€™s visceral rendition of Barrett Stronga€™s Money (Thata€™s What I Want), again on William Garreta€™s Please Mr. I would guess the newness was beginning to wear a bit thin, and there is a subtle aura of treading water: the old stage chestnuts are again mined, but new frontiers are pushed with Lennona€™s No Reply and Ia€™m a Loser, and Maccaa€™s lyrical Ia€™ll Follow the Sun.
George Harrison introduces his dark horse songwriter persona with I Need You and You Like Me Too Much.
This album inspired Brian Wilson to write and produce Pet Sounds, and both of those tesseract the paradigm of popular music. Beginning with Lennona€™s magnum opus Tomorrow Never Knows, which draws from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, this one song takes up-wards of forty hours to record. And he does indeed sound like a disembodied sprit, his vocal caught in the centrifuge of a Leslie speaker system. Peppera€™s Lonely Hearts Club Band further deconstructs the recording process, adding exponents to the care, creativity and craft involved. While the movie was arguably not great, the soundtrack is a greatest hits compilation of their psychedelic period: the first recording sessions for Sgt. Songwriting again grew in prodigal leaps and unexpected directional twists, for John and Paul and George.
This was the first incident where I listened to the first side (of 4) for a month and a half, astonished by something new in each successive listening: Back in the USSR, Dear Prudence, Glass Onion, Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, Wild Honey Pie, The Continuing Story of Bungalow BIll, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, and Happiness is a Warm Gun. After the puzzler that was Revolution 9, I was put away by Good Night when Ringo revealed it was a Lennon song. The lagniappe shots of swarms of people on the street, climbing out windows, and swivel-necking up at the sound contribute to the magic.
We really enjoyed our performances at Brighton's Big Screen and on a very windy Brighton Beach with Dave Benson Phillips to raise money for Comic Relief. Postman, and yet again with Smokey Robinsona€™s Youa€™ve Really Got a Hold on Me; George steps up to the microphone for Richard Brian Drapkina€™s Devil in Her Heart, and Paul on Meredith Wilsona€™s Till There Was You from The Music Man.


Pepper - Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane (John and Paula€™s respective take on the same idea) - released as singles, as were Hello Goodbye, Baby Youa€™re a Rich Man and All You Need is Love - Lennona€™s tongue in cheek love anthem. Donovan Leitch, in their entourage, taught John to Travis Pick, and the results are spectacular: Dear Prudence, Julia, Happiness is a Warm Gun, Cry Baby Cry and Ia€™m So Tired all emerge from this one source of inspiration. After a month or so I turned the record over, out of pure curiosity, for a flash of satori: it may be more astounding than the first side!
When the police arrive - as planned, no doubt - to shut them down, Lennon closes with his inimitable a€?Ia€™d to to say a€?thank youa€™ on behalf of the group and ourselves, and I hope we passed the auditiona€?.
But the genius is the songs, snippets and remnants from India edited together to form the medley culminating in The End. Fun and up-beat rehearsals during term time, Rock Choir offers unique arrangements of Pop, Gospel and Motown to adults of all abilities - no auditions and no need to read music.
Martha My Dear, Ia€™m so Tired, Blackbird, Piggies, Rocky Raccoon, Dona€™t Pass me By, Why Dona€™t We do it In the Road?, I Will and Julia.
Geoff Emerick - who was the recording engineer at EMI on almost everything the boys recorded - has a memoir entitled Here There and Everywhere: he here tells stories out of school that destroy me. Beginning with Johna€™s ethereal Because (based on Beethovena€™s Moonlight Sonata), it segues into Paula€™s You Never Give Me Your Money, then ping pong from John (Sun King, Mean Mr. George introduces Indian instruments to the world at large with Love you To, and the acerbic Taxman.
Ultimately Paula€™s creation, the theme and title song are his, along with A Little Help From My Friends, Fixing a Hole, When Ia€™m Sixty Four, and Shea€™s Leaving Home. Mustard, Polythene Pam) to Paul (She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers), to close with The End - a sardonic jam with dueling guitar solos (3!) and a drum solo from Ringo - under duress. Lennona€™s stellar contribution is the lysergic (which he denied) Lucy in the Sky (with Diamonds). Lennon and McCartney collaborate - rare, at this point in time - on the closer A Day in the Life.A  Thank engineer Geoff Emerick the for endless, ending crescendo.



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