Fav Track: Rain (Past Masters)
“I'm not entirely sure why....maybe it's the amazing lyrics; "Can you hear me? that when it rains or shines, it's just a state of mind", maybe it's the guitar riffs, maybe it's the rather humorous video in which Ringo is wondering round someones large back gargen with a look of confusion on his face.....Who knows?? I just adore it!! 'Paperback writer/ Rain' is probably the best single ever released.”
“I'm no homo; but i have to admit, john looks ***y in the vid!”
Rain (Past Masters) on 25th Aug 10.
“'Flowing much sweeter than wine....'
love this song!!”
A Taste Of Honey (PPM) on 25th Aug 10.
“WOOOOWW!! I just cannot stop listening to it..day and night (along with 'don't let me down') it's constantly on replay. love it.”
Get Back (Past Masters) on 25th Aug 10.
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- 25 Aug 10
- About me
“lets just say I go to a school in north london, and out of about 1500 people i'm the only Beatles fan among them!! being 15, it's hard to find a Beatles fan, which is wierd, I thought people would appreciate good music, you know, amognst all the rubbish now days,,,
Anyway, i've been a fan since I remember, my dad had a cassete of the white album and the yellow submarine marine soundtrack. obviously from about the age of 3-8 'yellow submarine' and 'ob-la-di ob-la-da' was constantly on replay!
favourite Beatle? John!! I've always loved his songs above all, they're not songs, they're works of art, lyrical genius. paul had good ones, (yeah, quite a few!), but i've always thought john was in a different league...probably the best songwriter this world has ever seen!!”
- Fav album
- Abbey Road
“The most complete album ever. I starts with eiight songs of groundbraking amazing ness, 1- come together (what can be said?), 2- something (best love song ever created) 3- maxwells silver hammer (i've always thought that the hammer sound effect was a actually the sound the other Beatles beating the annoyingly catchy chorus out of there heads. but it's grown on me since and I love it) 4- Oh! darling (I love the screaming!!) 5- octopuses garden (ringos second song; I was amazed how it gets deep into your conscious.) 6- want you, shes so heavy (probably the first ever prog rock song, that riff could go on for another half an hour as far as i'm concerned) 7- Here comes the sun (again, what can be said about such brilliance?) 8-because (amazingly beautiful and relaxing; can't stop listening to it now!) 9- The medley (when you think it's all over, 'you never give me your money' kicks off 'abbey road pt. 2', like having two albums in one. except this one is an unfinished masterpiece, and i'm glad they decided to share it with us!)”
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