Fav Track: There's A Place
“Dark rich harmony with John holding down the lower register with the haunting wail of the harmonica evoke the early feelings I had when I first heard these beautiful Beatle sounds which stayed with me my entire life. Of course, I love all the works of Lennon/McCartney and Harrison. First, The Beatles seduced me, then they hypnotized me, next, they taught me about life, love, joy, pain and most of all magic. They were magic. They appeared and overwhelmed and consumed me, they shaped my life without trying, and I loved every minute. I am so fortunate to have come upon The Beatles in my formative years and have them accompany and provide comfort, joy, wisdom, knowledge and the mosy beautiful soundtrack of my life. I have been blessed with their magic.”
“Good explanation, this is one of my faves. (arent they all?) but this was such a change from the comparitively lush production of Sgt. Pepper and this was much more raw. I think my fave track is" Yer Blues." The lyrics, the power, talk about raw! "My mother was of the sky, my father was of the earth, and I am of the universe and you know what it's worth. WOW!”
lots of group activity going down on 29th Jan 12.
“i have read some of the comments posted here and it seems many are confused. In an effort to shed some light hopefully, here goes; For various reasons the songs on Past Masters were either, not previously released versions, other takes, or songs that may have released only Capitol (in the US) or only on Parlophone(in the UK) Some are final takes that are good, but a better or different one was released. In both the CD & vinyl collections that I own, there are 2 discs in 2 seperate covers, Past Masters Volume One & Past Masters Volume Two. an example of what I am clumsily trying to say is; The song, You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) was the "B"side of Let It Be and only released in Britain. Get it? I hope so.Enjoy!”
Past Masters on 29th Jan 12.
“This Boy gives me the chills. When John belts out his solo it just slays me. Thank you John, for everything. I hope you know how many people love you.”
Past Masters on 29th Jan 12.
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- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
“This LP changed my life, again, as did With The Beatles. But Pepper was like a bible. A Day In The Life actually got me high. John's voice is angelic. The variety from the opening song Sgt.Pepper, to the final piano chord took me to many different worlds. I must say though, choosing one favorite album, when every one of their albums were so beautiful, so important and such a personal experience that leaving Rubber Soul, or Revolver out, is tragic. The Beatles (White Album) what a trip, With The Beatles, Beatles For Sale, Help!, Hard Day's Night, they are like my children, all of them. I'm sorry, but I take back my choice of Sgt. Pepper. I love them all, they are all my favorite. I REFUSE TO CHOOSE!”
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