Fav Track: I'll Follow The Sun
“There's nothing sweeter than the warming sound of a vinyl record touched by the voices of the Four Lads from Liverpool that gave new meaning to Rock 'N Roll music, and music itself~<3
This song always makes me smile. It's my drug. It takes me away and makes me forget all the bad things for a little while...(:
It has the happy, upbeat tune and isn't like all their other songs. They were sure to mix it up, unlike any artist of today. They're all just played off of other popular artists and current fads instead of trying to bend the imaginary rules of creativity that society seemed to have developed in time. And though doing so has proven to create Ledgends, no one has attempted to make new rules since The Beales were around.../:
Aside from that, It was impossible to decide on a favorite between these two brilliant songs but I am also very fond of Let it Be. I love the message and try to live by it. So I thank The Beatles every day for sharing it and all their others and God for making it possible<3
~TheBeatlesGFG(gift from god)309
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“Where's Ringo's cool striped shirt?”
Help! on 20th Jul 12.
“This is my favorite movie of all time. They said most of it was improv and they just did whatever came to mind which I believe is why it was so funny. What made this movie a perfect picture of The Beatles at what seemed to be, according to my own interpretation, the happiest point in their career was that they were able to do anything and they found ways together to entertain both themselves and the fans in a comical way which is what they were best at.”
A Hard Day's Night on 18th Jul 12.
“I Love 'Dont let me Down', its one of my favorites but this was such a sad day. their last performance....):”
“This is my favorite movie of all time.”
Filming the airport scene for the film "A Hard Day's Night" on 3rd Jul 12.
“Absolutely LOVE this movie. Ringo just looks all serious and deep in thought in this picture.”
Filming for "A Hard Day's Night" on 22nd Jun 12.
“John looks really weird here.”
During the "Let It Be" session on 21st Jun 12.
“I love all their expressions in this! especially paul's and john's.. they're all in their own little world as usual....(;”
Clowning around during a telephone interview in New York on 12th Jun 12.
“idk why i like this picture so much....”
Concert in the Budokan Hall on 26th May 12.
“i like the earth balloons<3 and Ringo's hair looks like a furry hat..”
"Our World" press event on 16th May 12.
“they all look so young! can you believe the difference from this point in their career to the end? only 7 short years made such a difference.”
An early recording session on 2nd May 12.
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- 25 Mar 12
- About me
“I Love The Beatles. And I'm sure that anyone reading this, anyone on this site, can agree that they are the most beautifully brilliant legends of rock 'n roll (and music itself) there ever has or will be. And I'm a strong believer that they could never even be at threat of being replaced or even matched by any boy band just sponsoring the current fads and bandwagon of today. And to refer to The Beatles as a boy band is an insult to their legacy for they possessed a level of sophistication and self expression that today's 'boy bands' could never have. (OneDirection) I see this site as a place where the people who still appreciate the wonderful creations and contributions to music that shaped the image of what music could be. It's apparent based on the fans of today's rubbish that only we see that image as not only a lingering ghost of what was back in their days, but a possibility unfulfilled by the artists today. We honor their memory by just discussing them on sites like these. The Beatles were there for the people of the time of change and revolution keeping the trends of style, culture, art, and of course music one step ahead of their drastically changing society all the way from here to liverpool.<3 And they did it all through a love and the intent of God to create music. There is no fair say in what music would be today without their innovative contribution. But it's even harder to say what life would be for millions of loyal fans, if not for them. I am one of those fans. Thank you,
James Paul McCartney, Richard Starkey, John Lennon, and George Harrison.”
- Fav album
“I never thought it would happen, but I have changed my "favorite album" from the still brilliant White Album, to Help. I love the songs from their younger albums, especially this one. They all just remind me of how happy they were at one point to be together making music without all the complication of drugs and religion and hostility towards them later on. And though I do appreciate the music made in that era for it's ability to make you open your mind and see things in another perspective which is not only healthy and beneficial to your overal well being in general, but I believe that when we can fully understand the meaning of a piece of music and can relate personally to the message that the artist was able to conceive successfully to an audience of ANY size, origin, musical preference, or anything- That is what connects us all and makes us all level with one another as human beings. The Beatles were, of course, adimite about making that aspect their preliminary cause of writing music from the beginning of their career to the end. The reason though, that I favor their earlier works (at the moment) is because I believe that it was the music of their days as 'The Beatles' without the complications that erupted later on in their career because of their suddenly sporadic and ever-developing ideas/opinions of pretty much everything at the time and the impact it had on the public. Swaying beliefs and opinions- not only of the matters at hand but of the creditability of The Beatles at all. I just wish they could've stayed the way they were before all that. When they were seemingly happy to be where they were. Being together, making music, and just enjoying what they had in their lives which was the ability and excessive motivation to change the course of music, lives, and history alltogether. They were just themselves, happy and goofy. Which is how we loved them in the first place. I love that they were able to progress in their career at all even if it meant making those changes. I know it had to be done. I just wish they'd stayed happy.”
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To BeatlesLover:) on 12th May 13:
From BeatlesLover:) on 27th Mar 13:
To Beatle 208 on 16th Feb 13:
“What? I think you had a typo in there somewhere....”
From Beatle 208 on 7th Feb 13:
“liverpool is the place when the were born”
To Hair peace 1969 on 15th Jan 13:
“haha I cant think of a better comparison.... I have to endure 1D for the sake of some friends who have zero- tolerance for my kind of music (ie good music) So I know enough of them to have an actual educated opinion of them which is and will be until further development that they're corporate puppets just doing what it takes to be in the shoes that they're in. And who can blame them? There's only a handful of current artists who are honest to themselves and to their style. Their names, of course aren't 'household names' Like Louie or Zayn or Nial, because they're not just in it for that whole side of the fame... They actually want to do something with their talent which, last time I checked, was a musician's purpose in society. Apparently that memo was intercepted sometime in the 80s when music started turning south...”
To Hair peace 1969 on 29th Dec 12:
“I hope you had a good Christmas(:”
To Hair peace 1969 on 23rd Dec 12:
“I agree. They're as thick-headed as they come.... Do you remember way back when I told you about the big fight that broke out over that picture of 1-D on Abbey Road? Well I went back a few days ago and re-read some of the comments under it and couldn't believe the bearing of some of those directioners.... They acted like little kids... And some of the Beatlemaniacs werent any better, it was embarrassing.”
To Hair peace 1969 on 9th Nov 12:
“Believe it or not, I think they're smart enough to know better than to try that. A radical theory, I know, but I think that after all the hate they get from non-directioners in general, they wouldn't dare try to beat such a prestigious record. Just sparing themselves the embarrassment of inevitable failure. And a very accurate analysis, I couldn't have said it better.”
From lex007firebird on 7th Nov 12:
“Hey Hey :)
How are you, love?”
From florianlemmel on 2nd Nov 12:
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My Photo Album
- "From Me To You" recording session
- A concert at the ABC Cinema, Manchester
- A cross-channel swimmer appears through a hole in the ice; a scene from the film "Help!"
- A photo shoot in Central Park
- Neil Aspinall stands in for George during rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show
|2.||A Day In The Life (Sgt Pepper)|
|3.||Across The Universe (The Beatles 1967-1970)|
|4.||And Your Bird Can Sing (Revolver)|
|5.||Don't Let Me Down (The Beatles 1967-1970)|